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In Loving Memory

Foley, Mary Ann

February 3, 1954 - June 21, 2024

Foley, Mary Ann (nee Jones) Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Friday, June 21, 2024. Loving wife and best friend for 20 years to Thomas Foley. Daughter of the late Eva and Stanley Jones. Sister to Linda (Paul) Mataya, Michael (Susan) Jones and her siblings who have been waiting patiently for her in heaven: Jim (survived by Mary) Jones, Tom (survived by Kathy) Julian, Bob (survived by Sandy) Jones and Barbara (survived by Gerry) Liebmann. Adored mother to Laura Turnbough. Also survived by Tom’s daughter, Jennifer Foley (Gary Salerno) and their children, Harley with son Nikko, Hunter and Montana and Mimi to Thomas B. (Willow) Foley and son, Brogan. Sister-in-law to Rita Foley (Jill Kelleher), Marilyn (the late Bill) Caruso, Eileen (Dave) Rough, Joanne (Joe) Sanchelli and Cynthia Harper (Dean Pfau). Loving aunt and friend to many.

Mary Ann worked a fulfilling career and blossomed many friendships at Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. Safely home in Heaven.

SERVICES: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road on Thursday, June 27 from 4-7PM. Funeral Mass at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church on Friday, June 28 at 10AM. Memorials to the American Cancer Society appreciated.


11 thoughts on “Foley, Mary Ann”

  1. I pray that all of you please remember the brightness that was Mary Ann. She always had a smile and good wishes for everyone. She was easy to laugh and always made everyone welcome and loved.

    My funniest time with Mary Ann was when she was driving talking to Linda in the back seat and as she came upon the car ahead I kept yelling ” woah woah woah” which in Texas means stop. So as Mary Ann hit the car ahead of us…..she said why didn’t you tell me to stop? I told her I said “woah” then laughingly she asked what does “woah” mean. I laughed and said well it doesn’t mean anything in St. Louis!!!!! Thankfully no one was hurt, but a memory was made.

    Everyone be strong and God bless you.

  2. A wonderful sister and a truly great friend. Have shared many laughs and tears. Good times and bad times. A friend to so many people. In my heart forever.

  3. My sincerest condolences to all of Mary Ann’s family and friends. Mary Ann was an amazing friend to my mother until the day my mom passed and continued to be a great friend to all of us afterwards. I always felt a bit of my mom lived on in her.

    Every time I got to see Mary Ann, she was nothing but a sweet, kind soul to me, and it was always a joy to be in her presence. I was always excited as a kid when we would all get together, and I would get to hang out with Laura, Ben, Joey, and Adam at various events. I just can’t say enough good things about her.

    My heart is truly broken. We lost an amazing woman. However, I hope that she and my mom are reunited in Heaven, and are sharing a martini at this very moment. I’ll miss you Mary Ann!

  4. Mary Ann was a beautiful person to be around. Always had a smile, a laugh and ready to help. I will always remember Mary Ann for her for patience with all of us at AB that requested so much from her. And to our buddy Tom we are truly sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace, and no more pain. We will miss her so much.

  5. Oh Tom, I am so sorry to hear about Mary Ann. She was always so sweet and kind. What a loss for you. Ralph and I have you and your da ily in our prayers.

  6. Mary Ann was a kind and sweet person. We shared a beautiful daughter together Laura Ann. When she worked for AB she had access to cardinal baseball tickets. She always got my family and friends from Southwestern Bell field boxes 10 to 15 rows from the field. Thoughts and prayers be with Tom, Laura Ann, Linda and Mike during this difficult time. She will be missed.

  7. Cannot express the sadness and loss we feel. Aunt Mary Ann was one of so many wonderful ladies in her family, as well as the Foley family. She was the Best and we will miss her dearly. She brought joy and happiness to everyone around her, as well as being one of the sweetest, kindest individuals I have ever known. Life would not be the same without Mary Ann’s infectious laughter, but I know she is thrilled to be surrounded by just as many wonderful family and friends today as she always has. Love you Mary Ann.

  8. Tom, my sincere condolences to you and your family on this loss for those left behind. May your heart be filled with peace acceptance and gratitude on MaryAnn’s passing .

  9. Tom and Family
    I know you all know what a special gift Mary Ann was not only to you but to us all. What a fun loving caring person. I am so grateful that I was able to meet her through my sister Pat Berndt. She always felt like family and another sister to me. May God grant you and all her friends peace and comfort knowing she is now with him and all her family and friends that have gone before her. There is no doubt one huge party with lots of love and laughs happening up there. She will forever be watching over us all 😇

  10. Tom & Family,

    I was so sorry to hear of Mary Ann’s passing. She was always so pleasant & helpful during my interactions with her during our AB years.
    Tom, please accept my deepest sympathy. You are in my prayers.

  11. Tom,
    We are so very, very sorry and sad about Mary Ann’s passing. And apologize profusely for not paying our last respects. Mary Ann was a genuinely kind person, whom I admired and respected. May the Lord bless you, and Laura & Linda and fill you all with his strength & love. I pray he fills each of you with His grace and peace during this grief-filled time.


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