of Maumelle, AR
July 20, 1954 - June 28, 2021
Mary Ann Hathcock, 66, of Maumelle, Arkansas passed away on June 28, 2021. She was born July 20, 1954 in Little Rock, Arkansas to Robert Martin and Mary Elizabeth Furr.She was a Jack of all trades, an artist, multi-tasker, and lover of animals. Mary Ann also enjoyed gardening, cooking, entertaining and volunteering herself to help others. She especially loved spending time with her family and friends.Mary Ann is preceded in death by her husband, John Hathcock, grandson, Jayden Wolf and her parents. She is survived by her children, Jessica Hathcock, Jennifer Breedlove, Joseph Wolf and Stacy Therrell; grandchildren, Michael and Trevor Wolfe, Travis Breedlove, Chase and Jordan Therrell and Sebastian, Faith and Serena Wolf and six great-grandchildren.Celebration of Life Memorial service will be from 4:00pm-8:00pm, Saturday, July 31, 2021 at the Edgemont House, 257 Skyline Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72116. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Arkansas Children's Hospital.
We all loved our Mary. May she rest in PEACE. She missed the love of her life John , and now their together. She won’t forget the children she loved. Friends that loved and put up with stubbornness will miss this great friend “Our Mary” 😘
I have so many memories of the times we spent decorating for Proms and other class events when Michelle and Jessica were at PA. Your garage was our work rooms and we produced some pretty incredible decor... like the Las Vegas themed prom. I will always remember you and John and Jessica. God bless you. Cannell Dillard
So sorry for your family loss. May Mary rest Peaceful and God Bless you Everyone. Prayers . My family is sorry.
I am so sorry to hear this news about your Mom, Grandma and Great Grandma. I worked with Mary for years at Compaq here in Houston. We had so much fun during those years. We spent time with Mary and John while our children were growing up. I have thought about her often and am so sad we lost touch over these years. She loved and adored her family and I know when she lived here in Houston she missed her friends in Little Rock.Sending my thoughts and prayers to each of you as you celebrate her wonderful life.
Mary and I had some wonderful times as Brownie leaders in Little Rock. We both thought the other one was crazy for volunteering, so decided to do it together. From that, we became best friends for many years. We laughed and cried together over lots of wine and cheese.....Time and distance came between us recently but I will always love her and cherish our sweet friendship.
Many great crazy years with Mary Wolf. John was an amazing man, and Jessica is here as proof. Mary will be missed but not forgotten
Mary was a beautiful person and surrounded herself with beautiful things. How wonderful it is that she was able to experience the joys of being a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother! I know that she will be deeply missed.
Life cannot exist without death and death without life , two sides of the same coin. But In Death , while sorrow is a overwhelming emotion , there is an unseen beauty in this and a birth to a new world of things beyond this physical plane, and a chance to love the life that was had for all that it is and was. Grandma Mary has moved beyond this world and now exists within all of our hearts and memories , which will live within her family forever. I like to imagine that she is happy to be where she is as sad as it may be being away from us , because there above it all Grandma Mary and Papa John , with Ralph are flying a big fed ex plane in the sky watching over us and delivering their eternal love into our hearts.