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Mary Ann Hildreth

Mary Ann Hildreth

May 27, 1944 - November 2, 2020
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Mary Ann Hildreth

Passed away unexpectedly, at home, on November 2, 2020. Mary Ann was predeceased by her parents Ronald and Erma Hildreth. She is survived by her brother David & his wife Edie Hildreth and by her nieces, Christine (deceased), Susan, Laura, Lisa and extended family in BC. She will be fondly remembered by her “adopted son” Christopher Clarke and her dearest friends.

Mary Ann was a retired hospital medical secretary, and served as a past President of The Ontario Medical Secretaries Association. She had a passion for music, and became a Flute Instructor at the Academie St. Cecile. Mary Ann also performed with the Windsor Silver Ambassadors Band and the Central Seniors Band. She was well liked and respected, generous to a fault and will be sadly missed by those who knew her best.

If you so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Salvation Army or the Ontario Heart & Stroke Foundation.

On Saturday, November 7, 2020 reservations and personal face coverings are required to attend visitation from 2:00 pm to 3:00pm at Families First, 3260 Dougall Ave., South Windsor, 519-969-5841. You can reserve your time for visitation at FamiliesFirst.ca (RSVP) or by calling directly.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday November 7, 2020 | 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    When
    Saturday November 7, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Location
    Families First - South Windsor
    Address
    3260 Dougall Ave
    WINDSOR, ON N9E 1S6
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Marsha

Posted at 04:12pm
I enjoyed playing flute with Mary Ann for the past few years in Silver Ambassadors. She was so kind and friendly and complimentary. Mary Ann was quite modest about her playing and worked hard at her skills. I last spoke with her just a few weeks ago, and we had a lovely conversation on the phone. I am glad we did. It was my pleasure to have been her friend.
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Robert W. Towers

Posted at 11:47am
David,

You may not remember me, Bob Towers, but Mary Ann and I used to sing in the Jr. choir at Westminster United Church. My father worked on the railroad; and we were moved to St. Thomas. when I was in Gr. 10 Mary Ann and I went out from the end of high school until early university. My sister-in-law saw Mary Ann's obituary, called and told me.

I am so sorry to hear about her passing. Did she suffer for along time?

About two months ago, for some reason I thought of her for 2 or 3 days: wondering of she was still alive, where she was living , if she ever married, But I did not pursue it. I'm am sorry now that I did not.

Thinking of you and your family in my prayers and thoughts

With Deepest Sympathy

Bob Towers
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Jean Lowden

Posted at 09:21am
From Sunday school days at Westminster United Church through choir and flute/piano duets, Mary Ann and I wove a thread of friendship. I hope that her love for her families, for music, for life itself will bring all who knew her comfort and special memories. I will remember with a grateful smile Mary Ann, whether singing or playing her flute, standing on her tip=toes to reach the high notes. Peaceful rest.
GO

George & Barbara Orban

Posted at 03:28pm

We were so saddened to hear about Mary Ann's passing. We always enjoyed seeing her bright smile, whether it be at work, different gatherings, or just everyday meetings. It was always a pleasure to share with her & catch up on the latest. We will miss her. We send our sympathy & prayers to all of the family!
JS

Jeanne Stocks

Posted at 09:49am
We were very sorry to hear about Mary Ann's passing. She was a member of our church for many years and often played her flute during our services. We send our condolences to her family and close friends.
Westminster United Church
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