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Mary Ann Goekler

Mary Ann Goekler was born September 16, 1942 in Van Nuys, California to parents Mary and Alvin Warren. The family moved to the Grants Pass area in 1944, settling in Wilderville. Mary Ann had two sisters, Susan Hummel (Jim) and Joann Legler (Randy). She also had 7 children, Karyn Hirshon (Rich), Shellie Stefanich (Victor), Todd Young (Michelle), Eric Young (Susan), Jennifer Berry (Travis), Jared Goekler (Renee) and Amy Raedeke (John).

Mary Ann worked as a medical office assistant and was an accomplished baker, making pies for an inn near Roseburg. She loved flowers, coffee, chocolate and traveling and all the grandchildren visiting.

She is survived by her sister Joann, brother-in-law Jim Hummel and all 7 of her children. She also had 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Memorial Service to be held July 23, 2022 at 3pm. Please contact Shellie Stefanich at 541-643-4310 for


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I'm so sorry to be reading of Mary Ann's passing. I haven't seen her since I was a teen but I have many fond memories of her, she was always ALWAYS kind to me in a world of turmoil. Truly one of the good ones!

I'll see you on the other side sweet lady! ❤️

The little girl from gp south Jul 10 2022 5:46 AM

Gram was always the life of the party. Her brightly colored clothes and sparkly earrings worn on the regular. And she could cook and bake like no one's business. She loved her family so much. She will be dearly missed.

Celine Lopez Jul 4 2022 2:06 AM

Mom loved the Oregon Coast, driving anywhere in her car, a really good Americano and chocolate pudding. She loved a good crossword puzzle, a little HGTV and her family, even those of us with "warts."

Karyn Hirshon Jul 3 2022 2:55 PM

You Will be missed have great memories to cherish ! Hugs to all the family love the Hirshon-Stahl's

Heather Hirshon-stahl Jul 3 2022 2:46 PM