Mary Ann Deitz

December 1, 1938 - August 9, 2015
Wroblewski Funeral Home
1442 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, PA 18704
(570)287-8541 | Map
Thursday 8/13

Mary Ann Deitz, 76, a longtime resident of Dallas, entered into eternal rest on Sunday evening, August 09, 2015, at the Mercy Center, Dallas, where she had been a guest for the past nine years.   Her beloved husband was the late Charles R. “Charlie” Deitz, who passed away on September 21, 2004. Charlie andContinue Reading

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jamie deitz left a message on August 21, 2015:
It is with a heavy heart,that I write these word's.One of the most beautiful soul's inside and out,has departed from earth,Her and Granpaw Deitz showed me what true lasting love was,Icould only hope,that my marriage to Robert will,endure the test of time,as their love did.You only have to look at the wonderful men that they raised,to understand their,strengh and moral's and value's.I know that they have reuitied with each other finally.the longest time they were every not by each others side's.they are now dancing laughing and now never have to part is a bittersweet moment.She is so loved here,and will be missed everyday n so many small way's,it was a joy to be loved by her.but now she can rest free from earthly bond;s.She is in God's arm's now,and I canot wait for the day,we all will be together as the Lord has promised.with so very much love,it was an honor to have been able to know high and free now.and watch over us left here, until we can hug each other again.with love your daughter.jamie deitz
Jennifer Bacewicz left a message on August 12, 2015:
Since moving to Florida, this is news I've been dreading to find out about anyone let alone my Grandma Deitz. I feel awful I'm finding out today and am 1300 miles away and won't be able to say my final goodbyes. Everyone thinks there will always be another time to reconnect with certain people and that's not always the case. I never took that time and she so deserved it. She was such a big part of my life since I was 4. Seeing her every Friday became ritual. Teaching me to play marbles and winning pennies. Weekly trips to Top Dog. It didn't matter what we did. We were doing it together. Those little things are what I have to hang on to. I wish I could be there to say goodbye properly. I should have made more of an effort to make sure she knew how much she meant to me while she was here. Never goodbye. See you soon Grandma Deitz. Love Jennifer.
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