I saw Carlton Hill yesterday and he told me of Mary Ann's passing. It fills my heart with sadness for you and your family's loss. Mary Ann always was full of laughter and love for those around her and made our lives easier. I was so happy for you both when you were able to live your dream on the boat. I know she will be missed by many.
You, Matt and the rest of your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Stu and family, our sympathy and support .. Mary Ann was a bright light for all of us
You are in our thoughts and prayers!
MaryAnn will be missed!
Flagstaff Fire Dept. and retirees will always remember Mary Anns commitment to The Firemens Flames!
Dan & Barbara
Look forward to meeting family and friends and sharing at the celebration of life
Dear Stu and Family,
I worked with Mary Ann at Flag High. Her positive attitude, genuine smile, and honest concern for other people made her a joy to be around. When she was in town after she retired, she always made a point of coming around to say hi to everyone...it was so good to know her. I hope your wonderful memories of Mary Ann are comforting for you today.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Miss you sis, It was too soon for you to leave. We had unfinished memories to enjoy. I know you are snorkeling with Kevin now.
Mary Ann always had a smile and and honest concern for the people in our water aerobics group. She made the world light up around her.
Stu, Matt and Traci,
Our thoughts and prayers have been with you and still are, especially now. We will always cherish our friendship with Mary Ann and will always honor her memory.
John and Mary
My life was blessed in the short time I knew Mary. I am looking forward to running with her in Heaven. Mary & Kevin will always be in my heart. My prayers and those of Flagstaff Christian Fellowship are with Stu, Matt, Dave & Jeff and families during this difficult time.
Miss you, Linda
I send my deppest condolences to all of her family. I will miss seeing her smileing face ant chats that we had.
Mary Ann was always happy, positive, pleasant, dependable and outgoing. You could feel the love and respect Stu and Mary Ann shared. It was always fun to hear the excitment in their voices about their next boating trip - always including the dog. We enjoyed their occasional calls while they were boating and always looked forward to their safe return home. Stu, we are so sorry for your great loss; my heart breaks for you.
Mary Ann was a joy to know. She always made us laugh especially when she would throw ICE cubes in the water to cool it off when we did aerobics. She will be greatly missed.
I will nerver forget you mary, I was a real pain in the butt somethime, but you and mom allways sent me cookies when I was in Viet Nam even though the bugs got more than we did. I always looked forward to them. You were the best sister. Always kind, thoughtful, and never saying a lot of bad things about others. You will be in paradise with Dad , Mom , and Kevin. I send my prayers to my brother-in law Stu , Marys son Matt and famliy, and my brother Jeff. The world has lost a very special quality in the person of Mary Ann Smith my sister.
Your brother Dave, Lake Havasu City, Az.
Dear Stu and family,
Mary Ann was full of life and laughter. She will be missed.
May the memories held deep within your heart
help to soothe your spirits during this difficult time.
Here's a video of our good times together
We will miss you walking your dogs.
Stu and family. I just want to tell you how sad I am that Mary Ann lost her battle to cancer. That horrible disease has taken too many people we know and love. I'm thankful we had the opportunity to visit when you and Mary Ann were home last year. You both said kind things that brought me comfort in the loss of my husband, Denny, just last April 09'. Many people told me many different things about this kind of loss and I know it's different for each and every one who loses a loved one. And as much as I never believed I'd have happy, grief-free days again.... I am... and it does get better. So please trust me when I say... you need to grieve, to cry, to yell, to scream, to be sad, to be angry... and then...start the cycle over and over again... but in the midst of all that...always take time to reflect on your happy memories because they are a treasure you will forever have in your heart and in your mind. Those wonderful memories are what will get you through. And know that our God has a plan for each and every one of us - and this is all part of His plan. I pray you find peace & comfort... and a smile each time you have a memory, because with those memories will come tears... but thats ok, they are healing tears. Love Hugs & Prayers to you and yours. Regi
Stu and Family
Mary Ann will be missed by all and we will remember her friendly always present smile.
Nick and Nan Cole
I send my deepest condolences. Psalm 46:1
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.