Mary Ann Stinson

Mary Ann Stinson obituaries

Mary Ann Stinson

1925-2013

 

Mary Ann Stinson, 87, passed away February 1, 2013 in Mesa, Arizona, after a lengthy illness. She was born July 18, 1925 in Pratt, Kansas. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Stinson and Vera (Furse) Stinson.

Mary Ann was a former teacher at Lafayette High School as well as Gower High School. She graduated from Central High School and St. Joseph Junior College. She left the St. Joseph area in 1971 when she pursued advanced degrees. She worked as a teacher and also was on the library staff at Scottsdale Community College.

Mary Ann was a charter member of the Alpha XI Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Sorority. She was active in educational and religious groups. She was a member of Christ the King Catholic Church.

Survivors include a sister, Sue Stinson; a brother, Bob (Barbara) Stinson, both of St. Joseph; three nieces, Suanne (Jim) Turner, St. Joseph, Lisa (Gary) Baugher, Sitka, Ak, and Kimberly (Steve) Armes, St. Joseph. She is also survived by five great nieces and four great nephews.    Services:  10:00 A.M. Saturday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.



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  1. june garwood says:

    my deepest sympathy. june garwood 49

  2. Gloria Hicks says:

    Our deepest condolences for your family. God is near to those who are broken at heart and crushed in spirit – Psalms 34:18. May your recall the fondest of memories and may they bring a smile to your heart.

  3. Ellen Burri Hughes says:

    Your family is in our hearts, our thoughts and our prayers. Mary Ann was a wonderful beautiful person who I count so blessed to have known. Ellen Burri Hughes ’62

  4. Mary Evans KIbler says:

    Mary Ann and I lived together while teaching at Troy High School in 1948 and 1949. We enjoyed discussing Park College days and listening to her fine record collection. She had a great sense of humor. I knew of the Charlie Stinson family because my uncle V.E. Stephens had worked with Mr. Stinson. Our thoughts are with you. Mary Evans Kibler and Robert Kibler

  5. C Cole says:

    MS. Stinson was a wonderful teacher. One of the best I have known. May God comfort her family and friends.

  6. Gary Bell LHS Class of 1969 says:

    Mary Ann Stinson taught my Ancient History class from 65 to 66. She taught me a love of history that has endured to this day. She made history come alive and I feel fortunate to have sat in her class. I extend my heartfelt condolences to all of her family.

  7. forest parker says:

    Mary Ann was one of the best teachers I ever had. A truly fine, altruistic individual who was one of the best in the education field. BHS 1959.

    My condolences to her family and friends.

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