|Former bowling alley co-owner and
retired Carey Counseling Center worker Mary Margaret Przyborowski, also known as Margaret
Perry, 84, of Paris died Wednesday, July 18, 2007, at Henry County Medical Center.
Her funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at McEvoy Funeral Home.
Officiating will be Gary S. Collier, the Rev. Arthur Lodge and First Presbyterian Church pastor the Rev. Doug Scott. Burial will follow in Memorial Cemetery.
Named as pallbearers are Gary Willoughby, Johnathan Lodge, Dan Bundy, Ray and Mason Summers and Pat Neighbors.
Bryant Williams will be an honorary pallbearer.
Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Friday and after 10 a.m. Saturday.
Born in Paris on Dec. 9, 1922, she was the daughter of George and Maggie Ray Dinnwiddie, now both deceased.
She was married on Sept. 2, 1945 to Walter Stephen Przyborowski, who died April 11, 1986. They were former co-owners and operators of Paris Lanes in Paris.
She joined First Presbyterian Church in 1934 and held the longest membership there at her death. She was an ordained deacon and elder. She also served as a trustee there, was a member of the Marthas and a held a lifetime membership in Presbyterian Women.
She also was a member of the Chickasaw Garden Club, formerly of Paris, and Beta Sigma Phi sorority.
She leaves one brother: George Dinwiddie Jr. of Knoxville; two nephews: George (Anita) Dinwiddie III and Harry B. (Nancy) Dinwiddie, both of Knoxville; one niece: Cissie Dinwiddie of Knoxville; two great-nephews: Harry Dinwiddie Jr. and Thad Williams, both of Knoxville; two great-nieces: Anna and Martha Dinwiddie, both of Knoxville; and two cousins: Doris Willoughby and Gary (Jennifer) Willoughby, both of Paris.
Reprinted from THE PARIS
July 19, 2007 Edition ~ Used by Permission
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