Mary Ann K. George

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Mary Ann K.
George

George, Mary Ann Kathryn

Was welcomed home by God to be reunited into the arms of her loving husband Ray of 65 years on July 23, 2014, at the age of 87. Cherished mother of Jim (Debbie) George, Mary Jo (Mark) Hastings, Ginny George, Linda George (Scalzo) and Bob George. Preceded in death by her sons Ralph George and Roger (the late Betty) George. Proud grandmother of Jason (Susan) George, Ashley (Mike) Morris, Samantha George, Andy and Kristin Scalzo, Jennie, Melissa, and Kaitlyn Hastings, Sam and Olivia Tharpgeorge. Loving great grandmother of Logan and Ronin George. Survived by brother Al Patin, niece Ruth Ann Knapp and sister-in-law Dolores Patin. Further survived by other relatives and friends.

Mary Ann lived the majority of her life in the Milwaukee area. After graduating from Mercy High she worked for the FBI in Washington, DC. In 1946, she married the love of her life Ray and they raised seven children, of whom she was immensely proud. Mary Ann was devoted to her family and had a strong Catholic faith. She lovingly took care of her family and friends no matter what the need or hour. Eventually returning to the workforce, Mary Ann was very proud of her job as an office manager for Dr. Jerry Tokars. In her later years she devoted much of her time to her grandchildren who brought her much joy. She had a passion for playing a fierce game of Scrabble well into her 80’s! She will be deeply missed.

Visitation will be Monday, July 28 from 4PM to 5:15PM at Holy Apostles Church, 16000 W. National Avenue, New Berlin, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 5:30 PM. Interment Tuesday, July 29th 11:00 AM at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Union Grove.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
New Berlin Chapel
1-262-901-1140
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Kathy Biscoe

I have many fond memories of Mary Ann, especially her wonderful words of wisdom.
She was a caring person and had a good sense of humor.
She loved her family and was so proud of all her children.
I enjoyed working with her at Dr. Tokar’s office.
She will be missed by all, but is in a better place now.
So sorry for the family’s loss.

Kathy Biscoe

Kathy Biscoe

I have many fond memories of Mary Ann, especially her wonderful words of wisdom.
She was a caring person and had a good sense of humor.
She loved her family and was so proud of all her children.
I enjoyed working with her at Dr. Tokar’s office.
She will be missed by all, but is in a better place now.
So sorry for the family’s loss.

Kathy Biscoe

Sandra M. Szymkowski

Whenever I had the chance to be in the company of Mary Ann George, I was always in for a lively discussion. Sometimes politics, sometimes the weather but more often there were pride-filled stories of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren.. She was always willing to jump in and help any of them when they needed it.. Though sad about her passing, I have great joy imagining Mary Ann and Ray together again, catching up on stories of the grandchildren! Deepest sympathy to her family.
May she rest in peace and “breathe easy” again!
Sandy and Evan Szymkowski

JennieLynn Hastings

No mater what the topic was, when you talked to grandma she always had a song to sing. They were always new to me, and mad me happy.

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