Mary Ann Graves

Racine, Wisconsin


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KENOSHA - Mary Ann Graves, 80, passed way in the United Hospital System-Kenosha Campus on Monday, March 20, 2017. She was born in Racine on August 19, 1936 the daughter of the late Andrew and Anna (Nee: Luncner) Koretchko. On July 29, 1961, at Pentecost Evangelical Lutheran Church, she was...

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I think of my dear, dear friend so many times, especially riding down Hwy 31 and looking over towards Tennessee Rd., memories always come back to me and I miss my Merka, (sp?) so much. It is rare that you find a forever friend but we did.

I can't remember if my first memories of Mary Ann were from the couch in her folks house while I ate M&M's and watched wrestling on TV while my mom played pinochle with her mom & dad. Or, when she used to let me ride her bicycle--- I could reach the pedals because it was a girls bike. She was one of my best Racine memories--- I'll miss her. Sorry for your loss. Bruce Barnes

Gordy, Dan, Tim and Dave, You all were truly blessed to have had Mary Ann in your lives. She was a super person and I will miss her. Bob and I loved her like family. So sorry for you lose. Love Vicky Burr

Dear gordy and family
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
I worked with maryann at Scj
And truly was blessed to know her.
God bless you all.
Carol Snyder

Dear Gordy, Dave, Dan & Tim
I am sorry I did not finish my first condolences, something happened on my computer

I will truly miss my dear, dear friend Mary Ann. How do you express the years of happiness she brought Roger and me and our friendship, Gordy.
Roger met her years ago at a Luther League convention and I met her at LHS and we have been friends ever since.
Though good and bad times we helped each other out.
She was in Roger and my wedding and we were...

Gordy, Dave, Dan and Tim,
I am very sorry for your loss. She was like another aunt to my brothers and me. She always had a smile on her face and we will never forget all the get togethers and camping trips our families did together. Campfires were always entertaining with Mary Ann. She always had a poker stick and pointed out the coals that looked like snakes, etc. She was a very sweet lady and I am grateful to have known her and you guys.

Gordy, I am so sad to hear that your Mary has passed. She was such a sweetheart and talked about you and your family so proudly. I will truly miss her visits at the hair salon. Liz

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.

Gordy - I am so sorry to hear about Mary. We worked together for many years and I enjoyed running into you both at different events. My deepest sympathy.