Joihnny, Patty, Judy and families,
My husband and I are saddened to hear of the recent passing of Mary Ann. I have known Mary Ann since our growing up years on Gothic Street to our most recent visit with her this past June. Jim and I have wonderful memories of the times we spent with Mary Ann through all of those years. We have always admired her for how she developed a supportive yet independent life for herself. We will miss her. Our heartfelt condolences to all of you and your families.
Loraine (Gordon) and Jim Ahearn
Mary Ann was the keeper of information of our parishioners. She was also the communicator of information about her friends at St.George Lithuanian church. She loved to bake and give you something delicious if you visited.
We will all miss hearing from MaryAnn. she will be in heaven keeping track of our St. George parishioners. thank you Mary Ann
for helping us keep track of what is important, each other. Jan Naujokas.
I met Mary Ann when I worked at Meadowbrook for a short time. She was instrumental in assisting with the activities and helping me learn the ropes while I was there. She always had a positive spirit and caring smile. I am so sorry she has passed. She was definitely a shining light in this world.