Bock Funeral Home

1500 Mt. Royal Boulevard
Glenshaw, PA 15116


Mary Ann (Jankowski) Butkovic

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Mary Ann (Jankowski) Butkovic, Age 75, of Shaler Twp., on Sunday, March 22, 2020. Beloved wife of late James C.; loving mother of Matthew (Erin) and Michael (Sandra) Butkovic; dear grandmother of Anneliese Butkovic; sister of the late Raymond Jankowski and Edward Jankowski. Services and Internment will be held privately by the family. Donations may be sent to the American Lung Assoc., the American Heart Assoc., OR to Animal Friends. Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, Ltd., Glenshaw.


Philip Zmenkowski 24-Mar-2020 12:20 PM

Grew up with Maryann and Joe Cole, she was my Sister Vicky's God Mother. Many good Memories.

Judi DeJohn 24-Mar-2020 12:47 PM

Matt and Mike and families, I am thinking of you at this difficult time. Maryann was a wonderful friend and every time we saw each other we always laughed about something! I am so sad that she left this world way too soon. We were friends for over 40 years. I will miss her so much

Joesph Cole 24-Mar-2020 04:47 PM

At this present moment in time my heart is heavy to hear that Mary Ann has passed away. She was my cousin, but to me she felt more like a sister than a cousin. She was a best friend to me. I was listening to the sixties music and remembering the good times with her and her teaching me how to dance to those songs. When her and Jim were dating, and she had to watch me for Aunt Annie and my mom, she knew I loved movies and always took me to drive ins with them. Every Sunday, we went to her best friend Carol's mom's house and enjoyed ourselves watching tv there. Even though we lost touch with each other later in life, I always missed her. It was so great to reconnect with her a few years ago. She will always be in my heart and my prayers and we will see each other again in heaven one day. Matthew and Michael, I'm so sorry for your loss. You are both in my thoughts and prayers too.

Helen and Joe Cupelli 25-Mar-2020 03:03 PM

We will greatly miss our dear sister-in-law, MaryAnn. We have so many memories of a very humorous and generous person.MaryAnn and laughter were synonymous . She demonstrated genuine concern for veterans by supporting The Disabled Veterans of America. This same empathy also applied to the children at St. Jude Hospital. After a life well lived, she is now home with her husband, Jim.

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