Mary Ann Quinlan
September 5, 1929 – July 31, 2019
Mary Ann Quinlan (Schroeder), 89, died Wednesday, July 31, 2019.
Mary was devoted to her Catholic faith and served in many ministries and clubs with in the church and community. She retired from IBM as an Administrative Assistant. In her retirement she enjoyed travel and time with her family.
Mrs. Quinlan is survived by two sons, Thomas J. Quinlan, Jr. (Mary) and Shane K. Quinlan (Helen); six grandchildren and brother Richard Schroeder.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Thomas J. Quinlan; daughter Margaret Ann “Peggy” Quinlan; brothers John “Jack” Schroeder and Robert “Bob” Schroeder; cousin Patricia “Pat” Napier.
A funeral Mass will be said on Saturday, August 10, at 11:00a.m. in the St. Mary of the Angel’s Chapel at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Raleigh with visitation one hour prior to time of service.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to Smile Train www.SmileTrain.org , Transitions LifeCare www.transitionslifecare.org or the charity of your choice.
The family expresses special thanks to the staffs of Transitions LifeCare and Woodland Terrace.
- Funeral Service Saturday, August 10, 2019
Mary Ann Quinlan
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August 7, 2019
Dear Friends - Please accept our deepest sympathy on your great loss. Sincerely, Kathy & Chuck Monahan - St. Francis of Assisi Parish
August 4, 2019
How ironic. Only two days before seeing Mary's obituary in the paper, her name was
brought up at our monthly IBM retiree lunch. Mary had been a part of the group before she became ill, and we were thinking of her and wondering how she was doing. So sad.
I remember when Mary was looking to adopt a dog, I drove her to the to the SPCA to check out some prospects. She had no idea how to get to the SPCA, so I told her I'd take her. She found, and a few days later, adopted, "Max." I took her to pick him up. They were a good match...both feisty and fun. She loved Max, and he was a lot of entertainment and company for her. I'm glad I got to know Mary, and I was saddened by her illness. She was a sweet, and funny, lady. My sympathy goes out to the family.