Mary Ann entered into Eternal Life at her home, surrounded by her loving family on September 11, 2021 at the age of 83 after a courageous battle with cancer. Mary Ann was born in Waukesha on April 9, 1938. She is the beloved daughter of her late parents Peter and Genevieve Muzich. She married her loving and cherished husband of 61 years Frank on December 3, 1960. Loving and treasured mother of Timothy J.(Trenda) Muzich, Arthur G. Muzich, Diane M. Mollet, Jennifer J. Mollet, James A. (Lynnette) Mollet, and Kimberly (Dan) Krieser. Proud and adored grandmother of 17 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She is further survived by her loving sisters Patricia (Derald) Vant and Kathy (Nelson) Osborne. She is preceded in death by her devoted and cherished sisters Elizabeth, Francis, Louise, Gladys, Carol, and Rose.
Mary Ann was a member of St James Parish, she had many deep religious beliefs. During Covid-19 she watched Catholic Mass on T.V. She was an excellent cook and baker and enjoyed hosting large holiday meals for her large family. Mary Ann worked for Amron Ammunition Plant during the Vietnam War. She belonged to the Steel Workers Union at Waukesha Foundry, later she worked at Steins Gardens and Gifts and ran the silk flower department before retiring. After retirement Mary Ann and Frank were snowbirds and spent winters in their home in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. They enjoyed many years of camping in Colorado, Tennessee and Northern Wisconsin. Mary Ann enjoyed adventures on their BMW motorcycle on trips to the Smokey Mountains, South Dakota, Michigan, and the scenic back roads of Wisconsin.
Visitation at the Funeral Home (930 Main St., Mukwonago) on Thursday September 16, 2021 from 4:00PM until 7:00PM.
Visitation continues at St James Catholic Church (830 E. Veterans Way, Mukwonago) on Friday September 17, 2021 from 10:00AM until 10:45AM. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:00AM. Mary Ann will be laid to rest at St. Joseph Cemetery in Waukesha.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Angels Grace Hospice or the Vince Lombardi Cancer Center, in Mary Ann's name, deeply appreciated.