Mary Lou Scheller, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother passed into eternal rest December 23, 2021. She was born September 29, 1920, in Comanche, OK to Ethel and O.S. Fitzgerald. Mary Lou received her early education in Verden, OK before graduating from the Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha in 1942 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and an Oklahoma Lifetime Teaching Certificate.After graduation she and three of her college friends traveled to Oklahoma City to seek employment. She accepted a job as a Civil Service employee at Tinker Air Force Base where she met Joseph F. Scheller. They were married February 1, 1947, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Oklahoma City. They were married 69 years and raised two sons, Mark and Mike.In 1964 the family became faithful members of Christ the King Catholic Church. In the years following, Mary Lou served as a Eucharistic Minister, played in the Handbell Choir and was a dedicated volunteer at the Church and School.Mary Lou was later employed as an office manager for a medical clinic until her retirement.She and Joe enjoyed the Lyric and Jewel Box Theatres, study groups and playing bridge with their friends. However, her most important activity was arranging for family gatherings to celebrate birthdays and holidays.She was preceded in death by her husband Joe (2016), an infant daughter Jane Frances, her parents, brother Jim Fitzgerald and his wife, Jean, Plainview, TX, brother Bob Fitzgerald, OKC. She is survived by sons Mark (Cheryl), OKC, Michael, Bristow, grandsons Kevin Scheller (Shannon) OKC, Dalton and Spencer Scheller, Bristow, great granddaughter Mary Scheller, OKC, nieces Patricia Blankenship, Lubbock, Tx, Susan Fitzgerald, Edmond, nephews Jimmy Fitzgerald, Plainview, Steve Fitzgerald, Ft. Worth, Tx and brother Bob's wife, Peggy Fitzgerald, Edmond.A Mass of Christian Burial will be at Christ the King Catholic Church, 8005 Dorset Drive at 11:00 AM Wednesday, December 29, 2021 with burial following at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery, Oklahoma City. The service will be livestreamed by the Church. Due to Covid concerns, the family encourages those attending wear masks. Those wishing to honor Mary Lou's memory please do so by contributing to a charity of your choice or Senior Adult Ministry at Christ the King.