Mary Ann V. Wrobleski © Cheyenne Star 03 Jul 2008 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Mary Ann V. Wrobleski was born December 6, 1946 in Worcester, Massachusetts, the daughter of Helen C. and Dr. Thaddeus C. Wrobleski D.D.S.
She passed away June 20, 2008 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 61 years, 6 months and 14 days.
She graduated from Notre Dame Academy and Worcester Junior College, attended Clark University receiving a Goodard Award and Boston University studying Engineering.
She began her career at Wyman Gordon in Grafton, Massachusetts and was involved in the design work for the forging of the Boeing 747 pivot. She also did design engineering work for O.S. Walker in Worcester, Bird Machine in Foxboro and U.S. Windpower in Burlington, all of Massachusetts and most recently at MerCruiser of Stillwater, Oklahoma. She traveled extensively for her work through her career.
Mary Ann is survived by her companion of 16 years, Michael Hammond of Stillwater, Oklahoma; his family, John and Kelly Brewer and their children Ashlee and Alee and Loyd; Sharon and Sandra Hammond of Oklahoma; her brother, Thaddeus C. Wriobleski Jr. and his wife Jo Ann Pruszynski of Leicester, Massachusetts.
Services will be held Thursday, June 16, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at Magnolia Baptist Church officiated by Rev. Greg Keith.
Burial will be at Notre Dame Cemetery, Worchester, Massachusetts under direction of Rose Chapel Funeral Services, Cheyenne.
Condolences can be made online at www. whineryfs.com.
Survivors include her companion of 16 years, Michael Hammond of the home; and one brother, Ted Wrobleski and wife, Joann of Worcester, Massachusetts.
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