Anna Ebert Obituary

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Anna Marion Warren Ebert

June 21, 1915 - January 12, 2013
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Anna Marion Warren Ebert, known to everyone as "Mary" was born on June 21, 1915 in Arlington, Washington to Charles J. (C.J.) and Mattie H. Warren. The second eldest of four children, Geraldine, Grace and their adopted cousin, Darrah, Mary grew up in Arlington and spent many wonderful summers at Utsalaty Beach on Camano Island. Mary was very close to her father and often helped him at this clothing store, C.J. Warren's "Clever Clothes for Men" located on Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington and was known to accompany him on hunting trips (to retrieve a pheasant or two). Mary also kept her father company at his...
Anna Marion Warren Ebert, known to everyone as "Mary" was born on June 21, 1915 in Arlington, Washington to Charles J. (C.J.) and Mattie H. Warren. The second eldest of four children, Geraldine, Grace and their adopted cousin, Darrah, Mary grew up in Arlington and spent many wonderful summers at Utsalaty Beach on Camano Island.
Mary was very close to her father and often helped him at this clothing store, C.J. Warren's "Clever Clothes for Men" located on Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington and was known to accompany him on hunting trips (to retrieve a pheasant or two). Mary also kept her father company at his duties as both the Mayor and the Fire Chief of Arlington providing her an understanding of business and politics at an early age. Following the unexpected passing of both of her parents at the tender age of fourteen, Mary and her siblings Grace and Darrah were raised in the family home by her older sister Gerry, to whom she always remained very close. Upon graduating high school in 1933, Mary moved to the big city of Everett, attended business school, became interested in radiology and met her future husband, the late Dr. Joseph William Ebert, whose first wife had passed away a few years prior.
Mary was married to Dr. Ebert in the spring of 1948 and gave birth to two sons, C.J. and Paul. Dr. Ebert passed away in 1963 and Mary went on to raise her two sons, seeing to their growth, education and helping them with their careers along the way. Mary sold real estate, invested in stocks and was always extremely independent. She was known to remind one of the "Little Red Hen" in her innate ability to look after herself. Mary later worked in the Snohomish County Clerk's Office, where she formed many long lasting friendships. Mary loved a good conversation, a tall scotch and soda and possessed an internal fire that all are certain to have enabled her to live to a ripe age of 97 and 1/2 years! Over the years there were many large Ebert family gatherings, which became a centerpiece to her life.
Mary drove her peppy Oldsmobile Cutlass V8 well into her 90's, and attended Mass at Immaculate Conception regularly for over 60 years. Devoted to God, to her family and to her friends, Mary returned home to the Lord at just before sundown on January 12, 2013 on a cold, clear and picturesque Northwest Saturday afternoon.
She is survived by her two sons, C.J. and his wife, Tammy along with their children, Elle and Evan and by her son Paul, who dutifully attended to his mother for many years and provided the freedom and the ability for her to remain in her beloved home on Rucker Avenue. Mary is also survived by her two nephews, Nick and his wife, Silvia Waltner, their children, Olivia, Alex and Maggie; Nick's brother, Charles and his wife, Christine. In addition, she is further survived by the entire Bill Ebert family; the Jim Ebert family; the Tom Ebert family; Maureen Ebert; Theresa Werlech, her husband, Leo and their family.
Mary's final days were spent at the Loving Care Adult Family Home under the watchful care of wonderful caregivers. A special thank you from the Ebert family goes out to Maria, Sophia, Lyudmila and Valentina for all that they did for Mary to make her comfortable over the last two years.
A Catholic funeral Mass will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at Immaculate Conception Church located in Everett. Her burial will follow in a private gathering at Anderson Cemetery in Stanwood.

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