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Mary Lou Sebghati

Mary Lou Sebghati

d. February 3, 2024

Olathe, Kansas

Mary Lou Sebghati, 86 of Olathe, KS passed away peacefully surrounded by family at her son’s home on Feb 3, 2024. She was born in 1937 in Killdeer, ND to Clarence and Pearl. She was the oldest of three daughters and was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters Lorraine Buzick and Margaret Boerth. 
Mary Lou attended North Dakota State where she received her bachelor’s degree in Home Economics. She went on to earn her master’s degree in dietetics at Stanford University. While working at the Fargo Clinic, she met Mike Sebghati and they later married in 1962. 
Mary Lou is survived by their two sons and their families. John Sebghati of Madison, AL with wife Anne and two daughters Bella and Abigail. James Sebghati of Olathe, KS with wife Tricia and three children Zach, Alexia and Tate. 

Mary Lou lived most of her adult life in Council Bluffs, IA. She was actively involved in volunteering in the community, attending and volunteering at St. Patrick’s Church, hospital auxiliary, and garden club. Mary Lou loved reading, traveling, gardening, crafting and cooking. What truly gave her joy was spending time with family. Many traditions were made over the years including baking and frosting cookies, hunting for seashells on the beach and attending many sporting events, plays and recitals.

Anyone who knew her would agree that she had the most loving, generous and thoughtful heart imaginable. No one could disagree that she made the world a better place with her beautiful smile and gentle soul. We will celebrate her wonderful life this spring in Council Bluffs, Iowa, date to be announced at a later time.

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