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Mary Ann Myers

June 23, 1929 - March 11, 2018

Mary Ann Robey Myers

Mary Ann Robey Myers died peacefully on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at her home in McKinney, TX, at the age of 88 years.  Mary Ann was born on June 23, 1929 in Charlotte, NC.  She was raised in Arlington, Virginia and graduated from Capitol School of Nursing in Washington, DC.  Mary Ann was married to the love of her life, Richard Myers, in 1951.  She remained by his side until his death in 2010.  They raised their family in Farmers Branch, Sherman, and Richardson, TX.  Mary Ann had a long nursing career as well as bookkeeping for the family business.  She was very active in the Richardson Women’s Club, Ladies Golf Association and various other civic organizations.

Mary Ann is survived by her six children, Cynthia Hackney and husband, Howard of Hideway, TX, Susan Hartgrove and husband, Tom of Pilot Point, TX, Cathy Wallace and husband, Lonnie of Tulsa, OK, Richard Myers, J.R. and wife, Francie of Princeton, TX, Charles Myers and wife, Celine of Dallas, TX, Cecilia Keil and husband, Paul of Prosper, TX; eleven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

A funeral mass is scheduled for 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 17 at St. Gabriel Catholic Church in McKinney, TX, followed by a family graveside service.  We welcome friends and family to join us in celebrating Mary Ann’s life.  She was well loved and will be greatly missed.

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She was a great lady. The goodness in the world is lessened with her passing. Mark Higgins, March 19, 2018 We will greatly miss our Aunt Mary Ann who always made us feel special and was personally interested in our well being. We know she is with our Uncle Bunny now. Joe and Hidalia Myers, March 17, 2018 I have so many memories of Mary Ann. I knew her because my daughter was a good friend of her grand daughter, Sara. Mary Ann was the tireless grandma that everyone dreams of. Always ready to entertain and drive and host overnight adventures. There was nothing she couldn't/wouldn't do for her family. Later, as all the grandkids grew into adults, she was still there. She attended every event, and with such grace and enthusiasm. My most recent memory is of Mary Ann at Chip and Erika's wedding. She was in a wheelchair and on oxygen, but still the same upbeat spirit and full of humor. Mary Ann set the bar high for all of us. How to be your best (albeit feisty) self wherever and whenever. RIP to this wonderful and always beautiful lady. I will miss her presence in our earthly world and look forward to meeting her again in another place. Holly Twitchell, March 13, 2018 Our heartfelt condolences go out to all of Mary Ann's family. Mary Ann was a wonderful lady and a joy to be around. I know she will be missed greatly. May God's abundant grace be with you during this time. Peace be with you. Steve and Jo Patterson, March 13, 2018