Mary-Britt-Obituary

Mary Ann Britt

Tampa, Florida

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We send our condolences to the whole family. What a great loss and our hearts goes out to all of the family. We had known her and the family since we moved to Temple Terrace and attended First Baptist as well. I send my mother's sympathy since she has demenia and she may remember,I am not sure.

I'M VERY SORRY WE LOST A GREAT LADY. I NEED TO LEAVE MY PHONE 813-988-1787 OR 813 293-1141 [CELL] MARTHA CALL ME YESTERDAY AND I DIDN'T HAVE A RETURN # SHE IS MARYANN'S SISTER. LOVE TO FAMILY. KATHY WHISENHUNT

Among the special memories I have of her are her sweet tea, which was like a glass of dessert to me; her vivacious spirit, and her special expressions. When she was in a hurry she would say that she needed to "hustle my bustle!" And she often affectionately addressed her beloved friends and family members as "dear heart." Though she will be dearly missed, she is finally out of the limitation the stroke of 1998 gave her, and I imagine she's now singing in heaven! My prayers...

Felipe and I send our deepest sympathy to you, Doug, and your family.

Mary Ann Britt was a wonderful Christian lady. I will never forget her laughter. God Bless her memory and God Bless her entire family.

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BRITT, Mary Ann, 86, of Temple Terrace, passed away March 10, 2014. She was a charter member of First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace and served as WMU President, sang in the church choir and was a member of the TT Women's Club. She was preceded in death by her son, Frank Britt and sister,...

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