In loving memory of

Mary Kathleen Jamieson
April 20, 1955 - February 8, 2021

Jamieson, Mrs
Mary Kathleen
Muskegon, Michigan

Mrs. Mary Kathleen Jamieson, age 65, passed away Monday, February 8, 2021. She was born in Poughkeepsie, NY on April 20, 1955 to William & Margaret (McDermott) Mulvihill. Mary attended the International School in Geneva, Switzerland, graduated from Seaholm High School in Birmingham, MI and studied at Oakland University where she met John Jamieson, whom she married on December 27, 1979. Mary acted in community theatre, trained as a pastry chef, and managed a European café in Wilmette, IL for several years. In 1999 she became a realtor with Nedeau and later Coldwell Banker, until retirement in 2020. Mary was a member of the Greater Muskegon Woman's Club, Women's Division Chamber of Commerce, and Greater Muskegon Service League Group 6, and volunteered for Community enCompass. She worked tirelessly alongside her husband for the traditionalist cause in the Episcopal Church during the 1980s and early '90s. In her spare time she loved oil painting, playing the harpsichord, speaking fluent French, and reading classic novels.


Husband, T. John Jamieson; Siblings, Laurie (William) Cline, William Mulvihill Jr., Timothy (Erin) Mulvihill, Megan Mulvihill, Brigid Ladue, Amy Mulvihill, Kay Aurand, James (Barbara Parks) Mulvihill; seven nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Margaret.


Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 11:00 AM at St. Mary's Church of the Immaculate Conception, 196 W. Webster Ave, Muskegon, MI 49440 with Rev. Fr. Ronald Floyd celebrating the Tridentine Rite. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery on Ash Wednesday at 11:00 AM.


Monday, February 15, 2021 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon with Devotions at 7:30 PM. MEMORIAL: In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the  Priestly Fraternity of St Peter (; Harbor Hospice; or the Mary Jamieson Down Payment Assistance Fund of Community enCompass. Please visit to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.

A video of Mary's Funeral Mass can be viewed at this link


Laura & Michael Sullivan wrote on Feb 15, 2021:

"Our hearts were saddened to hear that Mary has left this world. She was a dear friend who helped us find our home in North Muskegon in spring of 2016. Michael and I will miss her wonderful personality and laughter she was a dear person. Her memory will live on in all the lives she has touched. Our condolences to John and her family. Michael & Laura Sullivan"

David and Frances Munroe wrote on Feb 14, 2021:

"Quietly supporting you both all these years. Dave and Fran Munroe"

Kathryn Mary sullivan wrote on Feb 13, 2021:

"Sincere condolences on the loss of Mary she was a great gal I enjoyed her so much when I saw her at the Monthly luncheons for women?s division Catherine Sullivan"

Laura Tomayko wrote on Feb 13, 2021:

"Laura Tomayko One of the finest ladies I ever had the pleasure of knowing. Her enthusiasm, wit and charm always left one feeling happier and lighter of heart in her presence. Although her passing is a great loss to our community may we all feel comfort and graditude in knowing Mary Jamieson."

Mary Lockwood wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"My sincere condolences. Mary was a special and amazing woman. Mary Lockwood"

William J. Giovan wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"Condolences to John and family. Bill Giovan ."

Dawn Willi wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"I met her as a decorator for the Hackley Hume Historic Site and enjoyed her enthusiasm and love of Muskegon's history. I also had many outings as a client in her real estate position and even got to give her my "expert" opinion on tiles and carvings in one of her historic listings. The house had 60's paneling, which I figured covered plaster or maybe historic wallpaper. Her eyes twinkling, she offered to go out to the car to see if she had a crow bar we could use to take down the paneling :-). We decided it might not be a good idea since we were on our lunch hour and would have to go back to work too soon. She was always fun! I regret I won't get another chance to go house shopping with Mary, but am grateful to be able to remember the times we did get to spend together. My condolences to her family and all who knew her. "

Marge Reddick Synyard Donahue wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"So sorry for your loss. I remember very vibrant personality. She lite up a room. Marge Reddick Synyard Donahue"