MaryLee McCann
1943 - 2021
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MaryLee McCann
January 12, 1943 - December 22, 2020
Puyallup , Washington - When MaryLee McCann entered heaven on December 22, 2020 she was reunited with her loving husband Norman of 52 years.
She is survived by her sisters Nanci (Jack) and Carol (Dave) her sons Marty (Kris) and Shawn McCann. Her grandchildren Ryan (Rachel) and her great grandson Lane. Matt (Katie) and her great granddaughter Brynn arriving in January. Her granddaughters Haley and Hannah who brought her so much joy.
MaryLee loved her family and was a wonderful homemaker who enjoyed cooking, baking and raising her two boys. She was happiest when she was surrounded by family!
All people die, but not all people live! MaryLee lived! She packed so much life into her 77 years! She loved to travel with family and friends! She was very involved with volunteering at the Puyallup Activity Center. She enjoyed time spent with her friends at Viking Co-op Apartments and her home was considered the most welcoming home with her close knit friends. MaryLee will be missed by so many! We hope you're dancing in the sky! Due to Covid a small memorial will be held with the immediate family.

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Published in News Tribune (Tacoma) on Jan. 4, 2021.
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January 6, 2021
On behalf of the McArdle family our condolences to the family. ❤
Natalie cummings
January 5, 2021
Mary Lee is forever in my heart. We lived across from each other in the Viking Coop We traveled together, volunteered together, played cards, were in constant contact. She was always cheerful and very kind to all. Truly a beautiful person who will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was so proud of her family and loved their visits. Condolences to Shaun and Marty and the rest of the family.
Joan Madden
January 4, 2021
MaryLee was not only my wonderful mother in law, she was my best friend. I could call her anytime for anything. She was a wonderful grandma to my boys and grandson Lane. So blessed she got to know him. She is truly missed so much already! Until we meet again! Much love!! ♥ Our hearts are broken. It’s not the same without you here!
Kris McCann
January 4, 2021
MaryLee was a big part of my life. A wonderful mother in law but most importantly one of my best friends! She truly enjoyed time spent with family! Loved her grandchildren and great grandson Lane! Feeling so blessed so got to know him. Still in shock but thankful we got to be so close and I could share anything with her! MaryLee you are missed so much already! Until we meet again! Much love! ♥ My heart breaks!
Kris McCann
January 4, 2021
My mother lived next door to MaryLee for many years,and I
felt that I knew both her and Norm well.She always smiled, gave me a hug, and had something cheerful to say. I called her a couple of times after my mother passed, and she
caught me up on the family news. It is sad to know she
won’t be living in her home anymore, but I was always
grateful to know that my mother lived next door to her.
Janiece Haftel
January 4, 2021
Mary Lee and her husband Norm were friends since they moved into Viking Court. She was such a happy friend to have around, she could lift your spirits when you were down. She seemed to understand but was not judging you. I was fortunate to have her friendship and I will miss her. Condolences to her family
Karen Dollemore
January 4, 2021
I have many fond memories of Marylee, from working in the Bakery with her to having breakfast and carving pumpkins which was so much fun. So many lives she has touched. I can still hear her laugh. Very blessed to have known her and wishing Kris, Marty and the extended family love and support during this very difficult time. We are here for you if ever needed, God bless you all.
Shauna and Dave Nelson
January 4, 2021
Miss and love you so much aunt Marylee. I will always cherish the memories of spending summer vacations with you and how you always made me feel so loved.
Your niece Pam ❤❤
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