Guest Book for Mary Ann (Kwiatkowski) Morgan

Provided by Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services - Scott M. Nelson FD Tessa Ward FD

Posted by: Alan & Patty McCullough
Fri June 19, 2020
John & Melanie: Please accept our condolences in your loss. I'm not sure if you will remember me, but I am Alan McCullough & we went to church together many years ago! Our prayers are with you at this time!
 

 
Posted by: Peg Stino
Fri June 19, 2020
Sending my sincere sympathy to the family of Mary Ann, she was a very special lady, who I always enjoyed chatting with!  Hugs and love Peg Stino
 

 
Posted by: Robert Hill
Sat June 20, 2020
To the family,
Mary Ann was my friend who I’ve known for many years. I always enjoyed talking to her and sitting on her porch watching the birds and the river go by. She will be missed!
 

 
Posted by: Annette and Stan Sivak
Sat June 20, 2020
Just wanted the family to know that we will miss talking with Mary Ann after mass ( and at rummage sales). Her warm smile and friendly spirit were something we have enjoyed over the years as parishioners at St Luke (and now summer-only parishioners).
 

 
Posted by: Annette and Stan Sivak
Sat June 20, 2020
Just wanted the family to know that we will miss talking with Mary Ann after mass ( and at rummage sales). Her warm smile and friendly spirit were something we have enjoyed over the years as parishioners at St Luke (and now summer-only parishioners).
 

 
Posted by: Ray, Stephanie, Lauren, Kirsten and Alex Abernathy
Sat June 20, 2020
Condolences from my family to the Morgan family. Growing up I always looked forward to the summers in Pennsylvania. Aunt Mary Ann always took care of and made everyone welcome. I am very thankful for her kindness over the years and was glad my children were able to meet her.
She was a wonderful person and I was very lucky she was my aunt. We love and miss her.
John, Judy, Brad, Michelle, Joe and families our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time.

Ray
 

 
Posted by: Willie and Dora Devore
Sun June 21, 2020
We want to send our sympathy and love to Mary Ann’s family. We spent many hours with both your mom and dad snowmobiling, dinners, and laughter. Mary Ann was a dear friend and will be greatly missed.  You are in our prayers for comfort and peace. God bless.
 

 
Posted by: Margaret Morgan Newell
Sun June 21, 2020
To my cousins and their kids, I am sorry for your loss and am sad with you.  Aunt Mary Ann was such a warm and cheerful person.  When we were together at their house or ours, she always took a moment to ask each of us how things were going.  I remember working with her at Dad’s office when I was little and probably didn’t help much, and she made me feel useful, anyway.  Dad trusted and respected her so much.  We’ll all miss her.  Love and prayers, Margaret
 

 
Posted by: Father John Neff
Sun June 21, 2020
I was very saddened to read about the death of Mary Ann. She served the Lord at St. Luke when I was Pastor. She especially liked serving as an Extra-Ordinary Minister of the Eucharist and as an Altar Server.

She was a strong supporter of mine and believed in me when others doubted. Mary Ann always made sure I had a loaf of homemade bread at each funeral luncheon and finally gave me a cookbook filled with bread machine recipes including her favorite.
I prayed for her at Mass but my work schedule prevents me from being at the funeral Mass. More prayers during the funeral Mass for her and you all.
 

 
Posted by: Dan & Fran Stino Kenney
Mon June 22, 2020
Words cannot express the feelings of loss when you've known someone all of your life, as I have known cousin Mary Ann.  From a child, my family & I spent time at the Kwiatkowski home.  I knew it as well as my own.  There's something to be said about "cousins."  They are our first friends; they know all the family secrets, they've shared the happy and sad times.  To the children, Judy, John, Brad, Joe, Michele, I'm so sorry for your loss.  Mary Ann was the "glue" that held the family together after you lost your Dad.  She was such an active person; even after her body started to weaken, her spirit surely did not.  She remained active, and I am happy she did all that she did to stay busy and be happy.  Marge, I'm so saddened for you to have lost your last sibling and best friend; my heart hurts and I can't imagine your pain.  I love you all, and know that you're never alone, and Mary Ann will always be with you and watching over you.  I know she will be greeted in Heaven by our God and Maker and her beloved husband, parents, and other family members and friends gone before.  May we rejoice in her new Birth and one day our hearts be filled with fond memories to replace the sadness.  God Bless all of you.  From Cousin Fran Stino Kenney
 

 
Posted by: Paulina Smith
Sun June 28, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family of Mary Ann Morgan.  I have memories of her growing up and us graduating the same year in Youngsville.  Prayers.