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Mary Anne McFeely (nee Mihallo)

  • On May 17, 2021

Mary Anne McFeely (nee Mihallo) of Eighty Four, Pa, passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of May 14th; her loving husband at her bedside, holding her hand.

Born on March 8th, 1962, she was the eldest daughter of the late Stephen and Doloris (nee Carpick) Mihallo of Oakland.

Mary Anne was a true Pittsburgh native, who loved her hometown and was proud of its history. She was a fierce Steelers Fan, and enjoyed celebrating her city at every opportunity.
She received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh in 1992. Helping others throughout her varied and extensive career brought her a great sense of fulfillment.
Mary Anne was deeply devoted to her faith in the Lord. She regularly attended Women’s Ministry meetings and was a long time member of Pittsburgh Christian Fellowship Church where she made many lifelong friends.
She met her soul mate, James McFeely in 2004, and they were wed on May 7th, 2005. They had recently celebrated 16 years of love and companionship.

She is survived by her husband and fur children, SnoBall & Benny; a sister, Margie Mihallo, nephew, Stephen Wheeler, niece, Jasmine (T.J.) Chess; a sister in law, Holley, nephews, Chanuis, Kodiak and Indigo, and nieces, Galaxia, Xanixus and Sienna Moysenko; her mother-in-law, Denise Morton; her father-in-law, Richard (Marlene) McFeely; and many other close family members. A brother, Stephen, passed in infancy.

Mary Anne will long be remembered for her kind heart, infectious laugh, and love of life and the Lord.

A memorial will be held May 24th, 3:00pm to 7:00pm In Schenely Park at the Vietnam Veterans pavilion.

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the Washington Area Humane Society. http://www.washingtonpashelter.org/.

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James McFeely
I love you my kitten and I always will! Best Wife Ever!
Wesley Kerlin
I was happy to work with Mary Anne at the Salvation Army. She was the best secretary I ever had. Her laughter filled the room & lifted the hearts of many. WES Kerlin
Dawnee L Sloan
Mary Anne was my friend and sister in the Christ. She was a light in a dark place. I am forever grateful to have met her and gain great memories With her and her family and friends. May God grant us all peace as we remember the life of the beloved Mary Anne.
ed rodriguez
Jim and Family, I supervised Mary Anne for a fleeting moment, however, I felt a strong connection to her joy and kindness from the interview. Sometimes, you know people for a long time and never achieve connection or closeness and other times it is instant. I am happy to have crossed paths with her as her warmth and laughter were infectious. My condolences to jim and her family for your loss, however I suspect that she will be looking out for you from above as she did on this earth !!! My experience is that the spiritual umbilical cord is stretched but never severed !!! I hope these words will bring your family, particularly Jim, some measure of peace and comfort !!! Until our paths cross again my friend !!! Rest in Peace !!! ed