Mary  Pfost

Mary Ann Pfost

Wednesday, January 28th, 1942 - Friday, April 10th, 2020
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Mary Ann Foley-Pfost,78, of Scottsdale, AZ, passed peacefully
into Heaven, with her daughters by her side, on April 10, 2020.
Born on January 28, 1942, in Chicago Heights, Illinois, she was
the oldest of 6 children born to John and Margaret Foley. Mary
Ann is survived by her 3 daughters, Michele Ann McKenna(Alan),
Traci Renee Harrison(Woody) and Brandi Leigh
Coddington(Clay). Mary Ann was a blessed “Grammy” to 6
beautiful grandchildren. Joshua Alan and Katrina Alysha Young,
Harleigh Renee and Monica Jaide Harrison, (preceded in death)
Ian Michael Pfost, and Tate Lucian Pritchard(Breana) and one
great granddaughter Freya Jaide Anderson. Mary Ann is also
survived by her brothers John Foley, Patrick Foley(Phyllis),
Michael Foley(Patricia) and sister Margaret Frohlich(Robert) and
preceded in death by her sister Diane Burgette(Tom) and many
nephews, nieces and friends who loved her. Mary Ann was born
in Chicago Heights, IL and moved with her family to Chandler, AZ
in the summer of 1960. Where she had set her roots with her
beloved family. Mary Ann will be remembered most for her love
of laughter, silliness, and love of the Lord. A Celebration of Life
will be announced at a later date.
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Pat Drechsler

Posted at 10:30am
I dearly loved Mary Ann's strength of spirit , great smile and sense of humor. My fondest memories of Mary Ann were when she shared scripture at community gatherings. You always KNEW it was something the Lord asked her to share, and she did it with purpose and grace. She was a prayer warrior and I am sure she is interceding for all of us from her heavenly home! May you revel in the total live of God, sweet sister in Christ!

Anne Carmody

Posted at 04:51pm
What a relief to hear that you were all able to be with her in her passing from this life. I know that she wanted that! Mary Ann was such a blessing to our family and to me in particular. She worked for us for many years folding laundry, caring for my children and fully sharing in our lives. My kids called her "Grandma Toast" and I remember on many occasions answering the question, "is she our real grandma?" She never held back and gave of herself 100%. We shared our lives and struggles together both physically and spiritually. We would often chat for quite a while after "work" and her love got me through many a rough day. She always had a smile, no matter how she was feeling. Mostly, she always reflected the confidence that God would take care of her and love her no matter what was happening around her. She was a true warrior who loved her family with her whole heart and strength.
I will always remember the times that she would flash me a smile and wink across the room at a gathering at City of the Lord or give me a big bear hug and tell me that God put it on her heart to pray for me. Can't tell you the encouragement that gave me. She has fought the good fight, finished the race, and kept the faith. I will miss you, dear friend!
With Love
Anne Carmody

Cathy Keller

Posted at 11:34am
At a time when Mary Ann was seemingly the most broken she did not just wallow in her troubles and self pity. I remember her clearly asking other women who had suffered some of the same family issues how they did it. I heard her say, "I want to be strong like you." That takes true humility--the understanding of her worth and not giving in to the lies of the enemy that her life was over, or so far gone that she would always be miserable. That takes surrendering everything, day after day, keeping her eyes forward. I am so proud of her and I hope her children know how much they were loved by her and will be proud of her also. BRAVO Mary Ann. May the saints run out to greet you and bring you into your eternal home.

Traci Harrison

Posted at 02:07am
I really can’t believe your time came and that you are gone from this life. I know with all that I am that you are in heaven dancing it up! You made it! You were God’s faithful servant! And I know he welcomed you with open arms! I am being selfish here in this life and missing you so much already. My head knows and is glad you aren’t in pain anymore but my heart is SO heavy missing you! I love you mom! Love forever Traci

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Posted at 12:30am
With deepest sympathy,Love Jeff and Pam Looker
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