Mrs. Mary Ann Ziemba

Mary Ann Ziemba
September 14, 1953 ~ January 11, 2018
Obituary for Mrs. Mary Ann Ziemba

Mary Ann Ziemba, 64, of Naples passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 11th at Naples Community Hospital. Formerly of Chicago, IL, Mary Ann has been a resident of Florida for 20 years. Mary Ann was born in Chicago, the daughter of the late Bruno and Betty (Wagner) Kaluzny. She graduated from Kennedy High School and became a licensed hair dresser for many years, later becoming a housewife to take care of her two boys. Mary Ann helped her husband in family businesses for years and was always her husband’s inspiration. Mary Ann loved the beach and boating in Florida. She also enjoyed helping support the family’s charities - most importantly, the Lighthouse of Collier, and First Responders Lives Matter, a charity she started with her husband in 2017. She spent many months helping her husband start First Responders. Mary Ann loved to give back any way she could and help all those she met or knew. Mary Ann is survived by her husband of 44 years, Ron Ziemba; sons, Craig and Jonathan; mother, Betty Kaluzny; mother-in-law, Dolores and father-in-law, Stanley Ziemba; grandchild, Eizekiel; sisters, Kathy Zizzo (Bill) and Cindy Vasquez (Izzy); sister-in-law, Karen Weinrich; brother-in-law, Tommy Weinrich; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins; her loving Golden-Doodles, Stewie and Dexter; and her African Grey parrot, Einstein. Mary Ann was preceded in death by her father, Bruno; and beloved cousin for whom she used to babysit, Meagan O’Brien, who passed at 29. Visitation will be on Wednesday, January 17th, from 7pm until 9pm at Naples Funeral Home. A short service will take place on Thursday, January 18th at 9:30am, also at Naples Funeral Home. The family wishes to thank Dolphin Transportation and American Comfort Limousines for providing transportation to the family during this difficult time. Also appreciated are the many friends and neighbors who have reached out to help. The family also wishes to acknowledge the great ICU staff at NCH who helped Mary Ann in her last few days. Contributions can be made in Mary Ann’s name to First Responders Lives Matter, which will give all donations to Collier County Sheriff’s, Fire Department, and EMS Departments and used to purchase the safety equipment for our men and ladies who put their lives in front of ours every day. Donations can be forwarded to Naples Funeral Home, where they will be sent to the charity.

Arrangements entrusted to Naples Funeral Home, 3107 Davis Boulevard, Naples, Florida 34104. (239)775-4255 www.naplesfuneralhome.com