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Mary Ann Ervin


Mary Ann Ervin died on May 19, 2020 at the wonderful age of 90. She was a beloved mom, sister, grandma and great-grandma. Mary Ann was a hard worker. She was a graduate of La Salette Academy and later went on to serve almost 20 years at Dr. Timothy Perkins office as a Front Office Manager, a position from which she retired. Mary Ann loved reading. She was a long time and constant member of a book club. She also enjoyed crossword puzzles and a little gossip never hurt. Mary Ann’s memory will continue with those that survive her; children, Rob Ervin, Polly (Robert) Huggins; brothers, William (Elsie) Woeste and Robert Woeste; grandchildren, Savannah (Cameron) Ruehr, Morgan Huggins, Tanner Huggins, Delaney Ervin, Caleb Ervin and Olivia Ervin and great-grandson, Wyatt Ruehr. Mary Ann now joins in death her beloved mother, Anna Pauline Woeste; sister-in-law, Trudy Woeste, cousin and best friend Betty Gail White; many other cousins and friends. A service for Mary Ann will be held at the family’s convenience. Please consider a donation to the institution who took amazing care of Mary Ann, Hospice of the Bluegrass 7388 Turfway Rd, Florence, KY 41042.


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Mary Ann Ervin


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Mary Ann Ervin


Condolence from your cousin, Mary K,. Kenning

Bill & Bob. You have my sympathy in the loss of your sister Mary Ann. Tried to find a telephone number for you. That’s why my condolence is a little late. Hope you both and Elsie are well. Mary K.

Old Neighborhood Friend

Rob & Polly (and your families), I am so sorry for your loss! I have great memories of your momma growing up! Much love and prayers to all of you during this difficult time. (Pamela Medina – Formerly Pamela Beil from Perimeter Drive)

With Deepest Sympathy

Rob and Polly, She was a very kind lady, could not of asked for a better neighbor.
Prayers to you and your families.
Tony and Kelly Finke

Neighborhood – Good old days

Polly & Rob,
So sorry to hear about your mom. I remember what a great neighborhood we had and your parents were a huge part of the fond memories for me. I loved Norm & Mary Ann. Your mom and dad were just good hearted, caring people. You don’t think about that when you’re kids like we were, but now I reflect back and your mom, both parents, just loved us all. I miss your parents and those times. I thank God that we were able to have such great parents like your mom to raise us. Your mom is surely missed.
Your family will be in my prayers.

Wonderful Knothole Parent

Rob, I will always appreciate that both your mother and father supported me when I was a 16-year-old first-year Knothole manager back in 1971. I can still remember that your mom was so friendly to me during every one of my many phone calls the two years you played on my teams. I do not remember a single gripe or complaint, but a lot of encouragement and support. You were blessed to have wonderful parents who raised wonderful children. My prayers and deepest condolences.

Condolences from Sandy and Dave

Rob and Polly, We are so sorry to hear about the death of your mother. She was a beautiful woman. Please accept our condolences. We are sending our love to you and her grandchildren. Sandy and Dave Neely (Shelley’s parents)

Fond Memories

Rob, Polly and the family,
I remember your mother fondly. She was always very supportive of everything you did at school. That support showed in the character of the kids she raised. No greater legacy for anyone to leave than that. Hope you find comfort in knowing you are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless! Rhonda Shank and Bill Code.

Amazing woman

I am so privileged to have had the opportunity to care for this amazing woman. She will never be forgotten by many

In memory.

Gift was bestowed to Hospice as per family request.

Wonderful Legacy

She has left an amazing legacy filled with love and family. Praying for your comfort and remembering how wonderful she was to me. – Kimberly Stacy Skaggs