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Mary-Ann Mitchell Sainsbury, 51, of Peachtree City

Mary-Ann Mitchell Sainsbury, 51, of Peachtree City , GA entered into eternal life with God and Jesus on November 19, 2010. She was born in Greensburg , IN raised in Versailles , IN , graduated South Ripley High School and was a member of the DAR. She pursued a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition at Purdue University where she was involved in student affairs, was a member of the Beta Sigma Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma Fraternity and was captain of the majorettes.  She followed a career in Nutritional Sales Management.  She married John Sainsbury in ’92 and was blessed with twins, Allie and Hunter in 1996. She was a member of the Peachtree City United Methodist Church where she was very active with Prayer Groups, Prayer Shawl ministry, Sunday School, Bible Studies and Mission Outreach Projects, particularly with The Bishop Judith Craig Children’s Home in Liberia. Mary-Ann tirelessly volunteered in a multitude of community, school and scouting programs and was especially talented for inspiring participation and achievement.

Mrs. Sainsbury was preceded in death by her father James H. Mitchell.

She is survived by her devoted husband John and her loving children Hunter and Allie of Peachtree City, GA. She is also survived by her mother Louise Mitchell of Versailles , IN and her sister Susan Mitchell of Binghamton , NY .   Family will receive friends Wednesday, November 24th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Carl J. Mowell & Son, Peachtree City , GA. A celebration of her life will follow at 12:00 noon at Peachtree City United Methodist Church with

Dr. Herzon Andone officiating. A private interment will be held Saturday, November 27th, 2010 at Cliff Hill Cemetery in Versailles , IN. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Relay for Life, Peachtree City United Methodist Church Youth Group or the Peachtree City School of Dance.

Carl J. Mowell & Son, Peachtree City, GA 770-487-3959

www.mowellfunerahome.com

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Mary-Ann had been one of my closest friends and one of the most wonderful persons I knew. Words cannot express my sorrow for her family and for her, not being able to continue her life with her beloved John, Allie and Hunter.

Mary-Ann and I became friends while at Purdue. A year older than me, she took me under her wings and was a great source of encouragement and friendship. Later, when I had some surgery, she sent a box of surprises for so that I'd have a present to open every day. This was just like her, so thoughtful. We kept in close touch through the birth of our children, and unfortunately, as too often happens, lost contact when Allie and Hunter were about 4. I've missed her friendship, our phone calls full of laughter, and her sage advice. Now I shall find solace knowing that she is feeling the best she's ever felt and is home with Jesus. I pray that her family continues as Mary-Ann would have wanted, and remembers that Mary-Ann is with them every day of their life as their Angel.

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