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MARY ANN STANKO

1947-2001

Mary Ann Stanko Enyeart passed away Dec. 10, 2001, at her home in Eagle River, Alaska.

Mary Ann married Warren Enyeart in 1968 in Steamboat Springs. She received an associate’s degree in computer science from CSU in 1971. In 1972, she and Warren moved to Alaska. She worked for the Alaska district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers until 1974. She then took a position with financial Management Associates, where she worked until 1981. She was a self-employed computer consultant until she died. She was a member of Soroptimist International of Cook Inlet, past president and past international director of the Association of Information Technology Professionals, charter family life member and past membership chair with the Alaska Airmen’s Association and former secretary-treasurer of the Short Wing Piper Club, Alaska chapter.

Her awards included the Soroptimist International of Cook Inlet Member of Distinction, many awards from the Association of Information Technology Professionals including the Outstanding Service Award and Triple Diamond Individual Performance Award and all National Rifle Association small bore marksmanship medals, including Distinguished Expert.

Being born and raised on the family cattle ranch just outside Steamboat Springs, Mary Ann enjoyed the outdoors and appreciated all life, be it of fur, fin, feather or plant. Horses were her first four-legged obsession. Piper, the family dog, was her last. The experience of growing up in a rural lifestyle gave Mary Ann the inspiration for a successful and meaningful life. Mary Ann is survived by her husband, Warren Enyeart of Eagle River, Alaska; her mother, Natalie Stanko; a brother, Jim Stanko and wife Jo, all of Steamboat Springs; a mother-in-law, Lou-Ellyn “Helen” Enyeart of Del Norte; a nephew, Pat Stanko and a sister-in-law, Waneta Boyce and husband, Clint, and family, all of Fort Collins. A memorial celebration was held Dec. 17, 2001, in Anchorage, Alaska A memorial celebration will be held in Steamboat Springs in the spring or summer. Memorial donations in Mary’s name can be sent locally to YVMC Diabetes Education Program, Yampa Valley Medical Center, 1024 Central Park Drive, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487.


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