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Mary Ann Wintjen


Mary Ann Wintjen, 81 of Port Richey, FL died and earned her wings on June 9, 2018 at Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, FL. She was born on January 2, 1937 in Paterson, NJ to Mario and Marie (Bartley) Pirone.

Mary Ann was a Certified Nursing Assistant; a catholic that attended St Michaels Catholic Church in Port Richey, Florida and she was a devoted and loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. She moved to the local area in 2014 from South Carolina.

Proceeded in death by her parents; her husband and sweetheart of 62 years, Norman Wintjen in 2017 and two sons; Jimmy and Norman Wintjen. Mary Ann is survived by her daughters, Lisa Johnson and her husband, Nick of Dunedin, Florida and Debbie Wintjen of Woodbridge, Virginia; a brother, Rudy Pirone and his wife, Christine of Martinez, California; a sister, Bernadette Stem of Port Richey, Florida; a grandchild, Tiffany Nicole Smith and her husband, Matthew and a great grandchild, Keegan Patrick Smith and  numerous nieces, nephews, along with other family members and friends. 

Services are graveside on Wednesday, June 20, 2018; 10:45 AM, at the Bay Pines National Cemetery, 1000 Bay Pines Blvd., Bay Pines, Florida 33708 with Father Tom Dieter, to officiate. Burial will conclude the service at the cemetery, being placed with her husband, Norman. Mary Ann‘s spirit impacted everyone she met.  She will be missed forever in our hearts.

 

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  • Charlotte Jackson says:

    Mary Ann and I experienced a lot fun times and serious times. She was a good, kind, loving lady who loved her Norm and adored her girls. It was a sad day when they left South Carolina, but now God’s plan was a wise one. They needed to be with the girs. I will miss you, I love you and thanks for all the memories that mean the world to me.

  • Rexan Arilla says:

    Deepest sympathy to you Debbie & Lisa, my dear first cousins, & to your families. May you find peace & comfort from each other & know you have all us cousins who love you all dearly. Rest In Peace, Aunt Mary Ann. Now all the Wintjen children, their spouses & our beloved grandparents Granny & Grandpa are all together again. We have now become the heads of the Wintjen blood line. Love you all. ❤️ Rexan

  • Ann Pietrowski says:

    MaryAnn was a good friend, and she will be missed. She’s with Norm and I know they are smiling down on us. Will miss her, and are talks.

  • Gary and Elaine Workman says:

    Our deepest sympathy for your loss Lisa and Nick. Your mother is in heaven with your father. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with you and your family.

  • Rebecca says:

    Our hearts go out to you two sisters, Debbie and Lisa.
    Maryann and Norm can be together again.
    The cousins and grandchildren will have to carry on.
    Aunt Mary Ann will be deeply missed.

  • Mary Simmons says:

    With my sincere condolences to your family, may your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to your family. Please be
    Strengthen from (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4) our God “binds up the brokenhearted and comforts all who mourns “.

  • Connie Perone says:

    Sorry to hear this sad news. We had a wonderful time growing up together. Such beautiful memories. I spoke to her not too long ago. She will be missed.
    All our love,
    The Cousins From NJ Connie, Rita, Dolores & Linda