OBITUARY

Mary Ann Josephine Binnion

1 April, 193118 March, 2021
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Mary Ann Josephine Binnion was born April 1, 1931 in Seattle, WA passed away peacefully on March 18, 2021 at her home in Lake Stevens, WA. She was preceded in death by her husband Ellsworth, parents Clifford Fletcher, Anna Belleci, sister Marjorie Weishaar, son James Hicks, grandson Joseph Hicks and great-granddaughter Sirita Sotelo. She was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is survived by her daughters Georgeann (Rod) Buoy, Marjean Himple (Gary Lang), Nancy (Lloyd) Schulberg, Jane Haemig and Roberta Wampler. She was the grandmother of 11, great-grandmother of 23 and great-great grandmother of 5. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. Family viewing will be held March 26, at 10:00 am – noon at Purdy and Walters Floral Hills 409 Filbert Road, Lynnwood followed by graveside services at noon. A memorial service will be held on March 27 at noon at the church. The church is located at 9215 51st Ave NE, Marysville.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 26 March , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, 26 March , 2021

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Roberta Wampler

17 April 2021

Mom, I miss you so much. I have been working on your garden really want to make it beautiful 🙂 as I try every year. As you know we have had so much homing development and have taken the homes away from some of the animals. The deer family loves Your garden. I feel blessed 🙏 just walking around the places you loved the most. You are in my heart ❤️ daily.

Nancy Schulberg

30 March 2021

Mom, you will be so dearly missed by everyone. I will cherish each and every moment we shared together, our last sixteen days included. I would do that a million times over. I'll see you in heaven when God calls me home.
Your loving daughter number 3, Nancy

Jan and David Toy

28 March 2021

We will cherish our memories of being with Mary Ann:
At Christmas Eve dinners and how Mary Ann got cold and she needed a blanket to keep her warm after eating. And how determined she was to use the Rollator to wheel up the lawn to enter our home through the back sliding glass door.
Eating dinners and how Mary Ann loved mashed potatoes, and meat loaf if it was the correct kind.
And how we never got to have hotdogs with Mary Ann in her garden because of the weather and then COVID.
Going to Jack-in-the-Box for hamburgers and how much Mary Ann liked them
At our home to celebrate Mary Ann’s birthday and how happy she was to celebrate and blow out her candles.
At the Marysville Care Center and how we had to go back and listen to the singer/guitar player and how happy Mary Ann was when the guitar player came near her to sing.
Playing Triominos and how excited Mary Ann was to receive the seed money, collect the winnings, but never liked paying the winner. The infamous “d$@m 5s!”
In the ward library and Mary Ann smiling while we ordered pizza and hamburgers and chatted away playing hooky from Sunday School.
Sitting together in Relief Society and Mary Ann standing up to speak about something that was very important to her and said so succinctly in just a few words.
When she couldn’t stay for Relief Society or Sunday School anymore and we’d visit in the chapel and then walk to the car.
Taking a walk around the home garden, seeing how much Mary Ann enjoyed her garden and receiving Bay Leaves from the tree
Petting Mary Ann’s cat and knowing the cat really liked Mary Ann and knowing the cat is still sleeping on Mary Ann’s bed.
Love, David and Jan Toy, Marysville, Washington

Mary Kenoyer

28 March 2021

Dear Mary Ann & Jane-- I feel so blessed that over the years with ward boundary and stake changes I got to know you both. The weekly chats at the ward library, the birthday luncheons at the Golden Corral and the home visits are special memories. One thing stands out,especially at this time of year, Mary Ann was so excited for spring. She loved her flower garden and sharing it with others. The last couple times I saw her at church she still greeted me with a friendly hello and smile even though we both knew that she didn't remember my name. That was OK. Love you both and pray that His comforting hand will be with you Jane and family. Love,Mary Kenoyer

Jeff Kenoyer

27 March 2021

Loved seeing Mary Ann and Jane sitting in the Chapel on Sundays, always so loving and friendly to meet. Mary Ann has a great spirit and always had a kind face and words for others! Going to miss her for sure. Love you Jane!!!

Shari Hubbert

26 March 2021

Mary Ann always had a gleam in her eye and a quick smile or even joke to share. She had a positive outlook and love for everyone. Through her example, she taught me to love your family unconditionally and to be there for them. I admire her courage and strength to always move forward. She had a magnetic personality that drew people to her. I will miss her!

Dylan Himple

26 March 2021

Bobbi Wampler

26 March 2021

Mrs B. I was so blessed to have known you !!! You always had that beautiful smile on your face !!! Thank you for coming over alot ( many years ago ) to visit ,do Bible study,and to snuggle on my babies ... You were an amazing wife,mother and friend...You had an awesome sense of humor,and could always make me laugh ...You were smart,strong and brave,and I admired and respected you. Your amazing qualities will be carried on thru your children and grand children !!! .My condolences to all your children,family and friends,and to all who loved you !!!Fly high ,and soar with the angels I will love and miss you always <3



Roberta Wampler

25 March 2021

Roberta Wampler

25 March 2021

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