Mary Ann Dewitt

December 8, 1953October 15, 2020

Mary Ann Dewitt was born on December 8, 1953 and passed away on October 15, 2020 and is under the care of Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home.

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Maureen Oliver

October 20, 2020

It saddens me to know there will be no more “tomorrows” to share with my dear cousin, Maryann. We shared so many experiences growing up together, spending time with our families and mutual friends and I always loved being with her. I still quote her famous one-liner, “Ok, did that, what do you want to do NOW?!”, on a regular basis. She was full of energy and ready for adventure at any moment. As kids we would spend a lot of time together in the summers, dancing to Beatles music, picking wild berries, and wandering in the woods in Milltown, NJ, exploring the sand dunes in Beach Haven, taking the rowboat out on Barnegat Bay, swimming, crabbing and hanging on the dock, aggravating our older brothers-all the wonderful things that cousins do! Our friendship remained constant and strong throughout our lives.

Maryann was a “people” person, was fun to be with, and would do anything to help those in need. I want to thank her for all the happiness, joy, and laughter she gave us. I am grateful for all the minutes, days, and years we had with one another. Her unwavering companionship and love shall always be remembered.

And NOW that her time in this world has come to an end may she Rest In Eternal Peace and be reunited with her parents, uncles, aunts, family, and friends who have gone before her to brighten up their world with her beautiful spirit. I hope that is what she’s doing NOW. 💕

Dawne Gimbert

October 19, 2020

George and I want to share our sympathies for the loss of Mary Ann. God bless the family during this time. Love and sincere condolences.

Joe Freel

October 17, 2020

I'll miss you, Mary Ann. I treasure many wonderful memories of you at our family gatherings over the years. I'll miss your hearty laughter. Thank you for taking me to play racquetball when I was in high school and it was the sports craze of the day. We had so much fun learning the game together and laughing at how fast the ball moved! Rest in peace, cousin.

Debbie Wilson

October 17, 2020

Mary Ann was my cousin and our families grew up together. We were very close and would talk several times a week hoping to cheer each other up when needed. She was like a sister to our family and loved getting together with us. I'll miss our talks so much. Rest peacefully Mary Ann.