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Mary Vignaux

Mary Ann Vignaux (Mulkern)

May 6, 1956 - February 5, 2021
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Mary Ann (Mulkern) Vignaux passed away on February 5, 2021 from cancer. She was born on May 6, 1956 to Mary (McDonagh) Mulkern and Michael Mulkern in Norwood Massachusetts. She was the oldest of 10 children and, after the death of her father when she was 12 years old, Mary Ann helped her mother in the care of her 9 brothers and sisters. She graduated from Norwood High School and Attended the Pondville Licensed Practical Nursing program. As an LPN she started employment at the then West Roxbury V.A. Hospital in 1977 and transferred to the then Dallas V.A. Hospital in 1996. For over 42 years she lovingly cared for Veterans with Spinal Cord Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. She retired in 2019. Mary loved vacationing (most always with all of her family that she could round up) at Loyd Park in Grand Prairie TX, Jellystone Park in Burleson TX, Turner Falls Oklahoma, Nantasket Beach in Massachusetts and Lake Sunapee in New Hampshire. She loved cooking big fabulous meals and major holidays in Texas were attended by a full house of family and close friends. She was loved and will be missed by many. She is preceded in death by her father Michael Mulkern and her brother John Mulkern. She is survived by Richard Vignaux: her husband of 43 years. Her children Michael, Maureen, Patricia Vignaux (and Keith Ward), and Catherine Vignaux (and Brandon Curry), all of Midlothian TX Her Grandchildren Eamon, Keiran, and Finn Vignaux-Curry; Kessler Jones-Kenny, and Jolie Vignaux, all of Midlothian TX Her Siblings Eileen Zoppo (and Robert) of Londonderry New Hampshire Patricia Morris (and Louis) of East Machias Maine Sister—in—law Johanna Mulkern of Norwood Massachusetts Michael Mulkern (and Beth Ann Knowles) of Milford Massachusetts Theresa Mulkern of Norwood Massachusetts Catherine LaFrazia of Norwood Massachusetts Nancy Dittmeier (and Terrance) of Norwood Massachusetts Kevin Mulkern (and Keri Jewkes) of Mansfield Massachusetts And Christine (Tina) Long (and Charles) of Norwood Massachusetts Mary Ann is also survived by many nephews, nieces, great nieces, and great nephews. There will be no service, In lieu of flowers please send contributions to the American Cancer Society
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Mike Priebe

Posted at 12:00am
I was blessed to work with Mary Ann and Rick during my years at the Dallas VA SCI Center. I’m sorry to hear of Mary Ann’s death and remember how wonderful she was to everyone she met. Mary Ann and Rick were the sort of couple I wanted to emulate—good to each other and good to those around them! I miss you guys! The pic is from the amazing good-bye party thrown by the SCI team when I left in 2003.
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Rick Vignaux

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richard Vignaux

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Sharrie Finn

Posted at 12:00am
I am sad to hear of MaryAnns’ passing, although we have lost touch since her move to Texas, I will always remember the time we spent at WXVAH SCI units. So many stories.... my prayers for you all during this difficult time. May she rest in peace
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Theresa Sheridan

Posted at 12:00am
Mary Ann came from a great family & her & Rick created a great family. My heart goes out to all of you.
 
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Markpaul60@aol.com Posted at 03:39am

Dear Rick and Family, I just found out about Mary Ann’s passing today. Words can not even begin to express my sympathy. I was both blessed and lucky to work with you and Mary Ann at the WR VAMC Spinal Cord Injury Unit . You both were part of the A1-A2 family. The care both of you showed both personally and Professionally to our Vets was second to none. I shared great times with Mary Ann at the sci conferences but really the best times we had were at the VA were you treated me like family . Rick your blessed with a great family and I’m sure Mary Ann Is always with you . Please accept i both Cathy and my condolences . Love , Mark Joseph
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