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LIVINGSTON, Mary Anne “MaryAnne”

January 13, 1933 — March 22, 2024

Mary Anne ​Livingston, 91 years young, born January 13, 1933, went to be with her Lord and Saviour, surrounded by her loving family, on March 22, 2024. She was predeceased by her husband, Tom Livingston, 29 years ago. She is survived by her 3 loving Children: Tom Livingston, David Livingston (Katy), and Laurie Anne Livingston; two grandsons, Jonathan Livingston (Crystal) and Carson Livingston: and 4 great-grandchildren of Jonathan’s: Desiree, Urijah, Madison and Gabriel.

MaryAnne has been retired for many years (1997), she worked for Overwaitea Foods (now Save On Foods) for nearly 20 years. She worked at Customer Service and was always helpful to everyone and had many accolades during those years. She was a beacon of positivity and kindness to all who knew her, always ready with a smile and/or a word of encouragement.

A classy lady, MaryAnne always cared about her health and wellbeing. She embodied the virtues of faith, selflessness, and gratitude in every aspect of her life. Her light will continue to shine brightly in our hearts, guiding us with her love, wisdom, and grace.

MaryAnne, may you rest in peace, knowing that your legacy of faith, love, and gratitude will live on in all of us.

A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date. Donations can be made to Kelowna Gospel Mission in lieu of flowers.

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By request from the family, the recording of the service has been taken down

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  • Lisbeth Watson says:

    So sorry to hear about Maryanne! We always enjoyed our time with her ! She was always so lovely to be around and so proud of her grandson Jonathan and his kids. She will be missed by so many 💕

  • Joanne Ralley MacIsaac says:

    So sorry to hear about our sweet Aunt Maryanne. I always thought she was like a movie star – wonderful memories!

  • Levi Simpson says:

    I never knew MaryAnne, but even this brief description of her life is a gift; it offers the reader an opportunity to reflect on their own life and what they will do with the time allotted to them, and invites us to ask how we will show up for one another. I am presently the Director of Spiritual Care at Kelowna’s Gospel Mission, and the invitation to give to what we do at the Mission is a blessing beyond words. Thank you to MaryAnne and her family for considering the needs of those who need us to show up for them.

  • Susan Larsen says:

    My sincere condolences to Mary Anne’s family. It was a privilege to know such an amazing lady.

  • Jane Roxburgh says:

    Love to Laurie Anne, Tom and David on this difficult day as you say a final good-bye. My favourite image right now is the wonderful reunion she is enjoying with her extended family that has gone before. Can you imagine the laughter and joy?

  • Chris & Mel Hele says:

    Maryanne was such a lovely lady and we enjoyed our visits with her when she visited Ontario. Such a kind, gentle soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family during this difficult time.

  • Janis Ralley says:

    Much love and blessings at this time; to Tom, David and Laurie Anne.

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