Mary Ann Young

Mary Ann Young (Houston)

Thursday, November 4th, 1937 - Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
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On November 10, 2020 Mary Ann (Houston) Young, beloved wife of the late John Wesley Young, loving mother of Robert and Roslyn Jackson, Jan, Jeffrey, Julia and Shelley Young, dear sister of Carolyn Johnson, Lee Kelly, William Houston, Martha Ebb, Sam Houston, Melba Jones, Lawrence Houston, Lawren Green and the late John Houston, Helen Davenport and James Houston, Jr., cherished grandmother of 16, great grandmother of 26 and great great grandmother of 3. Mrs. Young is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Mrs. Young will be laid to rest with her husband in Baltimore National Cemetery. All services and interment will be held privately.
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cathy melvin

Posted at 12:02pm
SKeeter, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I did not know your mom but I do know you and I am betting you were the best son a mom could ever want. I am so sorry you are going through this especially with all the added regulations.
I just lost my mom 7 weeks ago and have a feeling of what it is like with all of the rules and masks and limitations.
I will pray for you and your mom and your family.
Sincerely Cathy Melvin

Alice Blackstone

Posted at 10:19am
Bobbie and Annie

The love of a mother is the next greatness love close to God. A mother’s love is alive forever. In the lessons she taught, the patience she gave, and in the hearts of her children. May you find strength in all of your wonderful memories together.
My prayers are with you for your strength at this time as your prayers were with me in during my time.

Love You Both
Aunt Ree

Doris Corporal-Kelly

Posted at 06:14pm
When I got the call from Joy that Aunt Mary Ann transitioned. I was in shock. Although I have not seen you in years. I remember all the good times growing up with my family on the Hill. You were not really my Aunt but I respected you as an Aunt. You were genuine and had a beautiful soul. I always said to myself when I grow up I wanted to be just like you...vibrant and stylish. I remember when we had gatherings all the great cooking you would do. My condolences to the family. May God bless you all. Stay safe and stay strong!!

Marie Alicia

Posted at 02:03pm
Aunt Mary Ann I’m going to miss seeing you and your spaghetti salad. I was so sad to hear this when Bunny called us. We will cherish our good times and we will miss you until we see you again. Tell aunt Teenie hello for me! Love you always Ree, Alicia and Malkia


Posted at 07:51am
So sorry to hear of Ms. Mary Ann's passing. Just the sweetest woman to me, growning up at Harvester. She was always praying for her family and friends.

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