Maryann Tiger

By From page A4 | January 23, 2014


Dec. 14, 1943 — Jan. 17, 2014

Maryann Tiger, age 70, loving mother, sister and friend, passed away in her home unexpectedly on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.

Maryann was born in Wagoner, Okla., to John and Mary Tiger on Dec. 14, 1943.

She was a resident of Solano County for more than 40 years, living in Suisun City and Fairfield, as well as Oxnard, Calif., for many years.

Maryann worked in the transportation industry for Laidlaw Bus Company for over 20 years. She was also a member of the American Eagles, past “State Mother of California” (2000-2001). She loved to sew and was a master seamstress. She once worked for the U.S. Navy sewing for the troops. Her other passion in life was her heritage with the American Indian Muskogee Nation in Oklahoma, which she was an active member to this day.

Maryann is survived by her daughters, Lisa McCloskey and husband Glenn, of Jackson, N.J., and Trisha Meisinger of Suisun City, Calif.; sisters, Andrea Vogel of Green Valley, Calif., Carol Chapman and husband Gary of Fairfield, Calif., Sally Johnson and husband Rodney of Fairfield, Calif.; brothers, James Tiger of Vallejo, Calif., and Pat Tiger and wife Kelley of Fairfield, Calif.; grandchildren, Ryan McCloskey and Erin McCloskey of New Jersey and Justin Hulsey of Calif.; and many nieces and nephews who she loved and cherished. She is also survived by her other two “girls,” Lucy and Chloe, her puppies.; and her very special friend, Carlene Hall, who has been by her side for many years.

Maryann was preceded in death by her son, Dennis Andrew (Butchie) Meisinger;  father, John Tiger; mother, Mary Tiger; and brothers, Keith Tiger and Merle Tiger.

Please join us at 1 p.m. Sunday Jan. 26, 2014, at at the VFW Hall in Suisun City, Calif., to celebrate Maryann’s life and family.

Arrangements under the care of Fairfield Funeral Home, 1750 Pennsylvania Ave., Fairfield, Calif., 94533, 707-425-1041.

Nancy Green


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  • DAVID McBRIDEJanuary 23, 2014 - 9:57 am

    It was saddening to learn of Maryann's death having known her and the family since 1950's. Hung out with Keith, wrestled with their father John in the yard. Good memories. I remember when Maryann gave birth to Butch and was at the house when her and Dennis brought him home.

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  • Dennis "Dino" CollaJanuary 23, 2014 - 10:21 pm

    RIP, Maryanne, I'll always remember you as a sweet, loving person. You were always so good to me when I was young. You taught me how to play card, dice, and scrabble and beat me on a regular basis. I enjoyed those days, you and the family made me feel so welcome. Thank you for all the fond memories, Lovingly, Dennis "Dino" Colla

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  • CL PageJanuary 25, 2014 - 11:45 pm

    I'm making an enchilada pie for tomorrow, MaryAnn.

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  • Bobbie StaffenJanuary 26, 2014 - 1:47 pm

    We were so sorry to hear of Maryann's passing away. She was a wonderful person and friend. We are sorry we weren't able to come to the services. We have been under the weather and Thomas is still sick. Don't want to spread the germs to others. So just wanted everyone to know how very sorry we are and send our condolences to all who knew and loved Maryann. She is at peace and I pray everyone can find comfort in that knowledge. Love and Blessings. Bobbie, Thomas,Gloyd and Levi.

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