MaryEllen (Fairley) Wolczanski
August 17, 1946 - December 29, 2021
Visitation: Tuesday 5-8 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home Inc.,Ross Twp.
Service: Mass of Christian Burial in St. Aidan Parish, St. Alexis Church, Wednesday 10:00 a.m.
Of McCandless Twp., on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. Born August 17, 1946, in Pgh., PA. Daughter of the late William and Dorothy Fairley; wife of the late Anthony H. Wolczanski; loving mother of Amy M. Kantenwein (Robert); beloved sister of Kathy Glaser (the late Glen), Audrey Janosco (Mike), Jimmy Fairley (Regina), and the late Pat Fairley (Mildred) and Judy Zack-Eynon; proud grandmother of Ryan and Meghan Kantenwein. Friends received Tuesday 5-8 p.m. at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Aidan Parish, St. Alexis Church Wednesday 10 a.m.
Mary Ellen was a special person I got to know at St. Benedicts when our daughter played basketball with Amy. She also worked with my sister,Peg at Marian Hall. She will be missed!
You will be missed
Amy and family so sorry sending love hugs and prayers.
I am saddened to hear of the passing of the woman who kept me on the straight path at Marian Hall. If I needed to hash something out…she listened and gave great advice. Rest in peace dear sweet lady. Love always Carolyn Klingensmith.
Amy and family There are not any words of comfort I can offer you now. I am so very sorry about you loosing your mom. Many memories for me. Hugs and love
Met Mary Ellen at Thursday noon bowling. She was very good at that and probably a lot of other things. Fun to be with, for sure! So sorry to hear of her passing. Our condolences and
God bless her and her family!
Amy and Family
So very sorry for your loss your mom was one of my favorites may all your memories help you thru this she will always be in your heart
Mary Ellen was a beautiful person, inside and out. She was blessed with many wonderful gifts…one of them being that, truly, she was a Light that people gravitated to…She took the time to talk with anyone; and in those moments, the world stopped–she made you feel special. She made you feel at home. I so wish the world could stop now, if for a moment, to honor the beautiful Light that she was, because nothing gold can stay.
To all of Mary Ellen’s family: May God comfort you, guide and protect you, always in all ways. And to Amy, her wonderful daughter, in the moments of stillness and quiet, may the warm memories of your mother and father comfort you. They were the salt of the earth.
I will miss them.
With deepest sympathy,
Amanda, Jasmine, and Lenore