Ted Dickey West Funeral Home

7990 Geo Bush Turnpike, Dallas, TX


Mary Anne Woods

January 30, 1944July 7, 2019

Mary Anne Woods, age 75, passed away on July 7, 2019. She was born in Chicago, grew up in North Little Rock, Arkansas, and graduated from Mt. St. Mary's Academy and Little Rock University.

A career in Human Resources with Mobil Oil brought her to Dallas by way of New Orleans and New York City. After retirement from Mobil, Mary Anne continued to enjoy golf and skiing and eventually embarked on a "second career" as the initial Safe Environment Director for All Saints Catholic Community.

A Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on August 16, 2019 at 11 AM at All Saints Catholic Church 5231 Meadowcreek Drive Dallas, Texas followed by a reception in the Fellowship Hall. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock, Arkansas next to her parents.

In memory of Mary Anne's, please consider a contribution to All Saints Catholic Church or to The Catholic Foundation on 12222 Merit Drive, Dallas, Texas 75251.


16 August

Mass of the Resurrection

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

All Saints Catholic Church

5231 Meadowcreek Drive
Dallas, Texas

With a reception to follow in the Fellowship Hall


  • Family will have a Private Committal Service at Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock, Arkansas


Mary Anne Woods

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Dunree Filesi

July 11, 2019

I met Mary Anne through my mother, Mary Marchand. My mom invited Mary Anne to join our family for Easter, Thanksgiving and at Christmas celebrations over the years. Mary Anne would always bring her special Jello dessert and enjoyed watching all the kids open their baskets or Christmas gifts.

I have one memory I wanted to share. My sister made each family a basket full of “Texas snow balls” she made of yarn so we could enjoy snow ball fights. Watching Mary Anne laugh and smile as she dodged the snowballs aimed her way makes me smile still. I believe I even saw her toss a few at us. She will be missed.

Marilyn Bumgarner

July 11, 2019

Mary Anne and I were first cousins and being only children, she and I were the only ones left on my mother's side of the family. I remember how she loved outdoor activities -- hunting with her dad and grandpa, riding her pony and playing with their dogs. I don't remember her ever playing with dolls, although she had a shelf of them. I remember her learning to dive. She would do the same dive over and over and over until she was satisfied with it. She made straight A's in school. She was very athletic: an excellent roller skater and bowler (several 300 games)! I'm sorry we lived so far apart. I think we would have gotten along a lot better as adults than we did as kids. I do remember us laughing at some of the ditzy things our moms did. They were great friends. Even though we did live so far apart, I'll miss her.

Mary Marchand

July 11, 2019

I met Mary Anne at All Saints. She implemented the Safe Environment Program at All Saints to help ensure the safety of minors and vulnerable adults.. She was a Eucharistic Minister, and member of the Golden Saints.
Mary Anne was a wonderful lady and I am blessed to have known her. She soon became my right hand counter on Monday Mornings at church. She was responsible for the Loose Cash and the Miscellaneous income. I talked her into joining the Dallas Vocation Guild and she really enjoyed attending. The year after I was president, I asked her to be president the next year. She accepted and did a great job.
She enjoyed golf as well as her yearly ski trips .
My family welcomed her at our Easter and Christmas gatherings and a few times for the 4th of July. She enjoyed watching my granddaughters grow over the years. May she rest in Peace, she will be missed.

Greg Taylor

July 10, 2019

I met Mary Ann Wood and got to know her one day after mass in the Fellowship Hall at All Saints. She was a really caring woman and someone who took her position very seriously as the Safe Environment coordinator at the church. She will be missed.

Mary Martin Bentley

July 10, 2019

Mary Anne was a classmate at Mt. St. Mary. She was a lovely person who will be remembered for her kindness and grace by everyone who knew her.
Rest In Peace, Mary Anne. We will miss you.
Mary Martin Bentley
Austin, Texas
MSM Class of 1962