After celebrating Groundhog's day in Punxsatawney, as she did yearly with her brother, Mary AnnAnn on her way back to Pittsburgh when a devastaing and traumatic car crash took her life. Mary Ann was the front seat passenger of a vehicle traveling on Route 22 in Westmoreland County.
The following message was made by Mary Ann's daughter, Lonnie, notifying us of her loss.
"I cannot even wrap my head around this. It always made me so anxious that she traveled.
My mom was my best friend. My true best friend. There was nothing that woman wouldn’t do for me or my children. She carried a lot of guilt for problems her addiction caused in my childhood and I feel like she tried to over compensate. She was the best mom and mimi. She was taking my kids to splash lagoon tomorrow for their annual trip. Now I have to arrange her funeral. My heart is shattered. Broken. No one told me how to live without my mum.
I didnt get to say bye. I didnt get to say I love you. No more annual summer vacations, no more waking up here on Christmas morning. How am I supposed to live without her???? How??? How?? I have never felt pain like this in my whole life. A piece of me, a very large one is gone forever.
I love you, Mum. Despite your mistakes, Im not angry or upset. I think you are the best mom ever and the best mimi. I know how much you loved me and how much you tried. I cannot believe this is true. My heart is forever shattered." Lonnie Fisher
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