It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of such a wonderful “mother”, “mother-in-law”, “grandmother” and “great-grandmother”, Mary Viskovich at the age of 93 years. Mary was predeceased by her husband, Raymond Victor in 1958, her son-in-law Tony Corak in 1962 and her two grandchildren, Nicholas Viskovich, 1962 and David Corak, 1995. Mary is survived by her sister Zora Hrvatin in Croatia, her son, Nevio (Josette), Mary and Julio. Let me tell you, she was one in a million . . . loved by all she came into contact with. Mary was born in Croatia and came to Kirkland Lake with her husband and three children in 1951. She was loved deeply by her thirteen grand-children, twenty-two great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild . . . they couldn’t get enough of her. Bako was a fantastic cook for many years working tirelessly at many local restaurants and clubs, but gardening was her passion. She could also be spotted in the early hours cleaning snow from her walkway and looking after her little house . . . As per Mary’s wishes, a private memorial service will be held in the summer at the Kirkland Lake Cemetery. At this time we would like to thank the nurses on the fourth floor at the hospital, especially Debbie, for being there for us, “thank-you”. To the Teck Pioneer Residence for your kindness and compassion in her “new” home, you were so good with her, especially Elayne, Darlene, Lois and Nancy. What a beautiful atmosphere you all have there . . . Thank-you to the Monette and French Funeral Home for their services at a time in need . . . your goodness will not be forgotten.