Ann Maureen Mayer Sergott
Ann Maureen Mayer Sergott February 24, 2020 Rancho Santa Fe Ann Maureen Mayer Sergott passed on February 24, 2020, at 71 years old.Ann was born in London, England and grew up in New York City. She was the daughter of Max Mayer and Lili Chromecek, emigrants from The Czech Republic. She went on to get a Masters of Mathematics at The University of Minnesota. Ann met Tom in New York City. Tom's medical studies (in Hand and Plastic Surgery)led them to Madison, Guadalajara, Pasadena, Miami, London, Stanford campus, and they eventually settled in Rancho Santa Fe, California.Ann worked as an analyst for Hewlett Packard. In her retirement she enjoyed celebrating her grandchildren, traveling the world, time in the garden, and creating inimitable ceramic pieces.She is survived by Thomas Sergott, her husband of 48 years; three children, Mark Sergott and wife Kelly Sergott, Monica and husband, Sean Moreland, and Michael Sergott; five grandchildren, Brody, Dane and Brynn Sergott, Bennett and Victoria Moreland, along with her sister, Alice Susan Hoover.There will be a celebration of life at The Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe on March 21 at 2 pm. In lieu of flowers. please make donations to Encinitas Friends of the Arts.
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Published by San Diego Union-Tribune on Mar. 8, 2020.
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Loving thoughts remembering a truly lovely lady.
Marti Kranzberg
May 6, 2020
What a great void we feel when we visit places we shared with Ann. California, Chicago, Montana, Show Low & Scottsdale AZ. But then again I think about all the fun & meaningful time we had with her and Tom. She had the brightest smile and authentic concern for all her family & friends.
I'll always cherish the advice & examples she showed me for raising my two girls. Her intellect, creativity, grace & humor will stay with me always.
What a difference a year makes. This time last year we were going to concerts, A Spring Training game and happy hours in Scottsdale. Never a dull moment with Ann ♀
Mary Grisamore
March 21, 2020
Ann was a beautiful person, inside and out. From the time we met when our youngest sons started kindergarten in Rancho, we were friends. She was thoughtful, smart, and a very Fast walker!!!! We remained friends throughout the boys being in school, even when they attended different high schools. When our Michael passed away, she came to our home and took me on many walks, listening as I poured out my heart. She was kind, always kind.... This is a dear family...I pray you will all be blessed with many happy memories of this precious lady.
Kay Weiss
March 21, 2020
Ann was perfect to her many friends. We are so fortunate she had children who are wonderful.
Bart Ziegler
March 20, 2020
I saw Ann in early January when she dropped off books she was donating to the RSF Book Cellar and she looked great. We played tennis together when I first moved to the Ranch. She will be missed by everyone.
Mary E. Liu
March 15, 2020
Have been friends through our time at Sapphire Village in St Thomas. We had many fun adventures together, in St Thomas, NewYork City and their. Is it to our home in New Jersey. A light has gone out without you Ann and you dearly missed.
Marty & Pat Torbert
March 11, 2020
We are so sorry for the passing of Ann Sergott, wife of Tom Sergott (Sergott Contemporary Art) We mourn this elegant hostess who was such a good friend and supporter of the arts.
Patricia Frischer
March 9, 2020
So very sad to hear this unexpected and heartbreaking.
Ann was my beautiful (inside and out) college roommate.
I'm so glad we reconnected in 2017 at the art show in NYC.
My deepest condolences to Tom and family .
I will remember Ann always.
Cynthia Vos
March 6, 2020
Remembering Ann as a lovely, o so beautiful, soulful, fun and gentle girl from summers at Camp Winnetaska. someone I greatly admired. Rest in peace. Im so sorry to hear this news.
Jane Wattenberg
March 6, 2020
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