Mary Ann Wargula nee Kurzcewski loved to travel and her final trip was Friday, May 11, 2012 when she was unexpectedly called home to be with our Lord. Mary Ann was born in Lackawanna, NY May 12, 1939, to Walter and Joan Kurczewski. Mary Ann, who is forever 47, was fun-loving, strong-willed, and many loved to be around her. She leaves behind to cherish her memories her husband of 54 years, Henry; son, Mark; daughter Cynthia Steve Whittle; stepson Sam Rachelle Burst; grandchildren Katie Whittle, Michael Kayla Whittle; Rhonda Holtzclaw; Travis Whittle; and 5 great grandchildren; sister, Joan Wally Zelasko; brother-in-law Bobby MaryAnn Wargula; sister-in-law Sandra Robert Lammerhirt. MaryAnn retired from the State of Georgia Insurance Agents License Division. She was a very active member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Stone Mountain, GA where she served for a number of years as an Adorer for watch over the Perpetual Adoration. Mary Ann was also a member of the Funeral Reception Ministry and attended Bible Study. Besides her love of travel, she loved gardening and her dogs! She also loved spending time with her closest friends; you had to plan a visit a week in advance because her social calendar was always full! A visitation will be held at Wages and Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain on Thursday May 24th from 6-8 pm. A Catholic Mass will be held Friday, May 25, at 11 am at Corpus Christi Catholic Church; 600 Mountain View Drive; Stone Mountain, GA.

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  1. Mary Ann you will truly be missed as professional colleague and more importantly as a trusted friend who really cared about others.
    Rest in peace my friend.

  2. Mary Ann was a truly remarkable woman. She was not only my friend, but she was also a mentor to a scared college graduate starting her first job at the Department of Insurance. Her door and heart were always open. She did an outstanding job both professionally and personally with everything she touched. My heart breaks for her beloved family. She was truly one of a kind. My life was blessed to have known her. Rest in peace my dear sweet friend.

  3. To the family of Mrs.Wargula:
    I am saddened by the loss of your dear loved one. She indeed enjoyed an active life! I also wanted to offer some encouragement from the Bible of the assured hope that awaits loved ones lost in death. I encourage you to please read in the new testament portion of the God’s word JOHN 11:5 to 45. In this passage Jesus, though saddened at the loss of a dear friend, provided the surviving family members real hope for the future and did something marvelous to let the family know his words of hope had power to them. It is my genuine and sincere hope that you may find true encouragement from God’s word also. Take care and please accept my warm fellow feelings to the family.

  4. Mary Ann was loved by all. She was a great neighbor who always had a kind word say and great big smile. She will be truly missed.

  5. God loves us all and God knows you gave all ..You will be missed by more than words could say..A true friend to all ..We will forever Love and Miss you

    Roosevelt and Adrene

  6. To Henry and family:
    Our hearts go out to you and the family. Maudie and I had a couple of dinners with you both and you were a very happy couple and made everyone around you cheerful. Kristin my daughter remembers the time in St. Thomas that Mary Ann kept telling me to buy Kristin anything she wanted and I did. We will NEVER forget Mary Ann or you Henry in our prayers.

    God Bless

    Jerry and Maudie Shepperd Family

  7. Thinkng of your sweet family. Sorry to hear of your loss. Love you. Sheila Millsaps & Karla Zorn.

  8. I had the honor of seeing Mary Ann every Friday morning and doing her hair. I felt very close to her and loved her wisdon and advice.It was my honor to be her friend. There is a emptyness in my life every Friday morning. My prayers to her family and all who knew her. She will be greatly missed.

  9. Whittle Family, Through the years I have seen your family bond together through thick and thin. I know that this too will draw you closer. All of you are in my prayers.

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