Mary Ann Fitzgerald

January 23, 1948July 8, 2018

Mary Ann (Boos) Fitzgerald, of Momence, Illinois, born on January 23, 1948 in Illinois, to the late Mary V Kulpa and the late Bernard M. Boos, passed away at age 70 on July 8, 2018 in Boulder, Colorado. Mary Ann graduated from Front Range Community College. She was a LPN Nurse in the geriatrics industry until retiring in 2004. Mary Ann was preceded in death by her brother, Michael Boos. She is survived by her son, Jack H Fitzgerald; daughters, Shelly M Fitzgerald and Katie M Marsh; brother, Bernard M Boos Jr.; grandchildren, Riley Fitzgerald, Jackson Fitzgerald, Katie Fitzgerald, Jacob Marsh, Jared Marsh, and McKenzie Marsh; and sons-in-law Jeff Marsh and Randal Resseguie, and daughter-in-law Carry Fitzgerald. Friends and family members may attend the funeral service on Friday, July 13 at 2:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 1318 Mapleton Ave, Boulder, Colorado, 80304. The funeral home will be Crist Mortuary, 3395 Penrose Place, Boulder, 3034424411. She was a beloved mother and friend to many and will be greatly missed.


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Robin Charlsen

July 13, 2018

Mary Ann was in my life from the time I was about 15 years old. There are so many great memories with her in our family. She was fun and crazy at times, but also very thoughtful and caring. She will be greatly missed. So thankful she came back into our lives these last few years. It was always just like old times. Love you Mary Ann. God speed!

Katie Marsh

July 12, 2018

My Mother is truly the most caring & thoughtful person I’ve even known. She would go without so we could have what we needed or wanted. I am so proud to be her daughter. Her laugh and sense of humor are what I will miss the most.

Shelly Fitzgerald

July 12, 2018

Mom was smart, shrewd, and funny. We had so many great conversations about work, people, and life. She was a huge support during tough times and the loudest cheerleader in times of strength and achievement. In her eyes, her children were perfect regardless of any mistakes we made.

Denise & Lon Cassino

July 11, 2018

Mary Ann was a part of our lives for nearly 50 years. She was fun, funny, and energetic. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was quite a prankster. Everyone looked forward to one of her fabulous meals. Mary was very strong and was at peace with the world when she passed. We all loved her and will miss her greatly. We hope she's on to a new great adventure. We love you, Mary Ann!