Mary Ann B. Geary

Mary Ann B. Geary

Mary Ann Burdo Geary, 80, died November 11, 2023, at Hickory House Nursing Home in Honey Brook following her latest battle with cancer.

Born in Belmont Hills, Mary Ann attended St. John’s High School in Manayunk, and received an Associate’s Degree from Gwynedd Mercy College, and was married in 1965 at St. John Vianney Parish in Gladwyne, to Robert P. Geary. Mary Ann & Bob lived in Belmont Hills, Audubon, and North Coventry, PA before retiring to Tolchester, MD and Port St. Lucie, FL. In 2022, they returned to PA, to be closer to family, given Bob’s failing health. Mary Ann enjoyed reading, playing cards, swimming, traveling, cooking and eating. She hosted many parties over her life for friends and family. Her health declined rapidly after Bob’s death in the Spring, including many falls, which revealed pancreatic cancer.

Surviving are her four children: Regina M. (Tim Bleck), Robert M. (Jeannie Guerrera), Rosemarie M. (Michael Murdoch), and Randee M. (Kevin Twardowski). Her brothers, Frank (Dolores, now deceased) Burdo, and Michael Burdo survive her, in addition to brother-in-law, Bill (Marsha) Geary, and sister-in-law, Phyllis.

Grandmother to Christian and Megan (Pete Barry) Hock; Nicholas (Andi) Harris, Timothy Harris, Danielle (Thomas Calhoun) and Gabrielle Murdoch; Rian, Austen, Grayson, Sabrina, and Xander Waldbrunn; with great-grandchildren Peter and Jameson Barry, Lucas and Isabelle Harris, and Kai Cort. Mary Ann is predeceased by her parents, Salvatore and Alice Burdo, and grand-daughters Aislinn Alice Bleck and Julianna Geary Twardowski.

All are invited to attend her Mass of Christian Burial at St. Joseph Church, 3640 Schuylkill Road, in Spring City, on Wednesday, November 15, at 1:30 pm. Relatives and friends are welcome to arrive as early as 12:30 pm to be recieved, and invited to share a meal immediately following the Mass.

Morrell Funeral Home Inc., is in charge of arrangements.


6 Condolences
  1. Enjoyed many times together with Mary Ann, at Red Hat functions, and on shuffleboard courts in Port St. Lucie. Remembering her smile & soft voice.

  2. Enjoyed many times together with Mary Ann, at Red Hat functions, and on shuffleboard courts in Port St. Lucie. Remembering her smile & soft voice.

  3. Fly high with the angels Marianne miss all our great times I know you’re going to be happy to be with Bob again love you both Donna Damaris

  4. Got to meet this beautiful lady when she was in Port St lucie will miss her prayers for the families

  5. Rob and Jeannie we’re so sorry for your loss. She is not suffering anymore. May she RIP.

  6. We were Classmates through grade & high school,attended each others weddings, then once she moved, contact was lost. However they returned and Maryann joined our Classmates luncheon group, like old times catching up. Sad to say, Bobby passed away, again, she kept in touch and attended our lunches. We also visited her at her home after her serious fall. Lastly, Maryann’s brother drove her to our October Classmates luncheon at the Valley Green Inn, we had an enjoyable time, She thoroughly enjoyed her crab cake. As I walked her to her brother’s car, opened the door for her, her last words I heard were her telling her brother the crab cake was delicious. I then closed the door & said, I will be in touch, blew her a kiss, she smiled and they drive off. Such a nice memory of our last time together. She will be missed by us, her Classmates.
    ♥️🙏Theresa. Cute

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