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March 27, 1931 – March 25, 2023

Mary Ann Neumann (Karels)

3/27/31 – 3/25/23

 

Survived by daughter Lorry (Lon), granddaughters Terra (Steve) and Rachel (John), great-grandsons Andrew and Adam.  Also survived by brothers Ronnie and Jack, sisters Vonnie and Susan, in-laws, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

 

Preceded in death by husband Bill, parents John and Marie, brother Jerry, sister Dolores (Sis).

 

Worked at Kramer Pharmacy in retirement, and volunteered at St. Mary’s.

 

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, April 29, from Noon to 4:00, at the Blue Note Ballroom in Winsted, MN.  Lunch and beverages will be served.

 

Private burial in the summer.

 

 

 

 

8 Guestbook Entries

  1. Jody Nichols

    RIP my sweet aunt Mary Ann! You were loved by so many and you will be dearly missed by just as many! I will cherish all of the memories. I’m so glad that you were my aunt!
    Until we meet again ! Cheers ! 💗💕

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  2. Lori Lipinski

    MaryAnn always treated me like a daughter when Lorry and I hung out together! Running into her at Jackpot Junction (when I was w my mom on Sr. Day) eventually reconnected Lorry and I! Sending sympathy, love and hugs to her family! Xo

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  3. Lori Lipinski

    MaryAnn always treated me like a daughter when Lorry and I hung out when we were younger! Loved spending time at “The cabin” on Lake Mary! Running into Maryann at Jackpot Junction on senior day (when I was w my mom) eventually reconnected Lorry and I! Sending sympathy, love and hugs to MaryAnn’s family!! XO

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  4. Michele (McMillen) Rodengen

    Lorry, I know you and your mom have had a long and close relationship. You must really feel her loss now. May your memories of her give you comfort and make you smile

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  5. Michael Thoennes

    Marianne was my neighbor. I have known her for 40 years, and she was always friendly and kind. No matter where I saw her, especially the times at holy Trinity, she reflected much joy. I was shocked to hear of her passing. Many prayers.

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  6. Michael Thoennes

    I have known Mary Ann for over 40 years in various venues around Winsted, and at Lake Mary. We weren’t next-door, neighbors, probably a mile away, but one of those neighbors neighbors who waved when I walked by. We spend times talking about various subjects in and around town. Many prayers.

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  7. James Murphy

    Lorry, 50 years ago dosen’t seem so long when I first met Mary Ann
    and maybe that’s because her kindness, and caring nature would
    emanate towards me and so many others, and that memory will live
    on forever.
    Prayers thoughts and an irish blessing are with you and your
    family.

    “Those we love don’t go away;
    They walk beside us every day.

    Unseen, unheard but always near.
    Still loved, still missed, and very dear…”
    “Anonymous”

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  8. James Murphy

    Not posted. Moderation problems? Thank you JM

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