COLUMBIANA — MaryAnn Yannerella, 79, handed away peacefully together with her household at her aspect, Tuesday afternoon, July 28, 2020, at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital.
MaryAnn was born June 26, 1941, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Emerick and Sue Raymond Stanar.
Raised in Youngstown, MaryAnn attended South Excessive College till her household moved to Struthers her senior 12 months. MaryAnn graduated from Struthers Excessive College Class of 1959 and her classmates honored MaryAnn by selecting her for promenade queen.
Impartial and hardworking, MaryAnn raised her 5 kids on her personal, working numerous jobs. On the age of 46, MaryAnn realized her ardour was caring for individuals and she or he made the choice to pursue her LPN certificates from Choffin Profession Heart. For over 20 years, MaryAnn, an exemplary caregiver, liked her work at Austinwoods Nursing Dwelling.
MaryAnn was trustworthy to the Lord and a devoted mom to her kids. Her entire life was based mostly on her kids and she or he prayed for them every day. Her household nicknamed her, “E.F. Hutton,” as a result of when MaryAnn spoke, individuals listened.
She leaves behind to cherish her reminiscence, her 4 kids, Leo Tirone of Boardman, Angela (Thomas) Ricciardi of Youngstown, Nick (Shannon) Tirone of Boardman and Tony (Jen) Yannerella of North Jackson; one brother, Mike (Rhonda) Stanar of Lorain; 9 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Along with her mother and father, MaryAnn was preceded in dying by her daughter, Christine Leonelli; one sister, Carol Menichini; one brother, Tony Carcelli; and a grandson, Christopher.
MaryAnn’s household wish to give a really particular thanks for the fantastic friendship and care of Dr. Alex Vrabel and to the honest care supplied by the employees at Fresenius Kidney Care Physicians Dialysis Heart in North Lima.
MaryAnn’s needs had been to not have any calling hours or companies. In lieu of flowers, the household requests that memorial contributions go to the Rescue Mission, 962 Martin Luther King Blvd., Youngstown, OH 44510.
Preparations are being dealt with by the Davis-Becker Funeral Dwelling, Boardman.
Condolences could also be despatched at www.beckerobits.com.