Our beloved Auction Coordinator Mollie McCreary has passed away, or transitioned, as she liked to say. Mollie worked for Constituting America from 2014 to just a few weeks before she passed. Mollie was a dear friend to us all at Constituting America, and to our wonderful donors who make our Constitution Education programs possible. Mollie used to say “we have the most wonderful donors. I just love them all.”
Mollie’s dear friends have shared these thoughts, which perfectly capture her spirit and essence:
“Today, the world lost a most indomitable woman. One who never gave up; who overcame obstacle after obstacle. Until one last obstacle was just too much. Cancer was finally just too big. A published author, a mom, a friend. She loved life, a good laugh, and her scotch. She was the embodiment of southern hospitality known for her great meals, charm, and wit. My world is just a little bleak right now. I will miss you.”
“I will miss Mollie so much. I am sorry I never got to meet her in person but I always felt I knew her for years. I thought the world of her. She was one of the most kind, considerate, thoughtful people I have had the pleasure to know,” Cher McCoy
“Mollie was the BEST FRIEND I’ve ever had…despite never meeting in person.
But regardless I will miss this wonderful Christian woman forever. She could make your day, inspire you to do your best, and just exuded enthusiasm for whatever the task at hand.
God has a strong believer and dedicated servant in His presence today. Her loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers.
Mollie will ever be in my memories. I will miss her.” Chuck Clowdis
“Mollie McCreary was a friend and inspiration to everyone around her, and even while fighting an illness that took strength from her physically, she remained positive and encouraging. Mollie always had a smile to share and was never bitter. She loved life and made the most of every day. Mollie was a leader who lifted others up so they could shine and be their best. She is dearly missed,” Amanda Hughes
Mollie will be missed. Even in the face of a terminal illness Mollie remained upbeat and joyful. I had the pleasure of visiting her and sitting on her porch with my dog. Mollie, we love you and will miss you forever” Bobby Rodriguez
“Mollie had reached out to me when I needed guidance when I fell ill. She was a shining light that radiated with love, bringing me comfort. She was loving, kind and especially a brave soul, she knew when it was her time to be with the Lord, and with the Lord she went. She was everything that I still strive to be and Mollie will forever be in my heart,” Cindy Sue Clark
“Mollie was a great friend & dedicated coworker. I’ll miss our phone chats about work, family, Ireland & the musings of every day life. Mollie was passionate about her work & always thinking of ways to make our auctions more successful !I loved her stories about her travels, the people she met & adventures she had! I’ll miss her so very much but take comfort that she is in heaven reunited with her darling daughter. We’ll miss you dear Mollie.” ? Love, Jeanette Kraynak
“I knew Mollie through emails that we exchanged when it was time to offer up items for the Constituting America auction. I never personally met her or spoke to her on the phone, but every single communication I had with her made it abundantly clear that she was a very special person, as she was just so incredibly kind and complimentary.
May God bless and comfort her family and loved ones, as I know this wonderful woman will be greatly missed,” Brian Karadashian