Cover photo for Mary Ann Hughes's Obituary
Mary Ann Hughes Profile Photo
1945 Mary Ann 2024

Mary Ann Hughes

December 3, 1945 — April 9, 2024

From Helen Miller (Sister):

"Mary Ann and the baby sister, who always was the one who gave her heart and

soul to everyone she came across in the baby neonatal unit or anyone in need. her

funny spirit will always live on, and she will always be in our heart."


From Diana Johns (Daughter):

"You were an amazing mom, the best of friends, always there for a laugh and a

shoulder to cry on. You are greatly missed."


From Monica Beyer (Granddaughter):

"I miss our long talks and your funny stories. You were always there for me; I love

you so much"


The world lost a beautiful soul, Mary Ann Harrison Hughes on Tuesday April 9 th ,

2024. Mary Ann had a long battle with vascular dementia that she handled with beauty

and grace. Her favorite hymn was "It is well with my soul", and even through the

disease she knew God had a plan. Mary Ann was 78 years old and born in Wildwood

FL. She is survived by her 4 children: Diana Johns, Scott Hughes, Donna Duckett and


Matt Hughes: grandchildren: Monica and Thomas Beyer, Mark Johns, Austin Hughes,

Juliana Poche', Dalton Hughes, Michaela Penpase, Savannah Hughes and Garrett

Stanford: great grandchildren: Lilith Beyer, Cambria Wooden, Emelia Ellis, Jordana

Wooden, Oliva Penpase and Wyatt Peabody (deceased) Siblings: Margret and Jim

Thompson, Neoma Wilson, Helen Miller, Inez batten and Jackie Harrison (deceased).

Mary Ann worked as a Respiratory Therapist in the Neonatal unit at Arnold Palmer

in Orlando and Park Ridge in Chattanooga. She loved her job and her co-workers but

her heart was in providing for and taking care of her family and animals. Mary Ann

looked forward to her yearly vacations with her sisters and niece Juli Wall.

"You were an amazing mom, the best of friends, always there for a laugh and a

shoulder to cry on. You are greatly missed and forever loved." ~ Diana Johns

(Daughter)

"I miss our long talks and your funny stories. You were always there for me; I love

you so much" ~ Monica Beyer (Granddaughter)

"Mary Ann and the baby sister, who always was the one who gave her heart and

soul to everyone she came across in the baby neonatal unit or anyone in need. her

funny spirit will always live on, and she will always be in our heart." ~ Helen Miller

(Sister)

Guestbook

Visits: 210

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the
Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Service map data © OpenStreetMap contributors

Send Flowers

Send Flowers

Plant A Tree

Plant A Tree