In loving memory of

May 20, 1939 - February 21, 2020

Mary Ann Quinn Hunsader, of Marquette, passed away on Friday evening, February 21, 2020 at the Norlite Nursing Center.

Mary Ann was born in Ontonagon, Michigan, one of four children born to the late Michael and Genevieve (Gates) Quinn, Sr. She graduated from Ontonagon High School.

Following graduation, Mary Ann over the years was formerly employed at Northern Michigan University, the Wanska Insurance Agency and Montgomery Wards. In her free time, she enjoyed knitting, was a voracious reader and loved watching the Green Bay Packers as well as other Wisconsin sports teams.

Survivors include her brother, Michael Quinn, Jr. of Marquette; a niece, Kathy Koski of Madison, WI; two nephews, Joseph Gunter of Georgia and Michael Gunter of Madison, WI; great nieces and nephews, Rose, Isabella, Quinn, Tom, and Joe; her former husband, William Hunsader of Sturgeon Bay, WI and step-sons, Bill and Brad Hunsader. Preceding her in death besides her parents were two sisters, Patricia Rose Gunter and Theresa Quinn.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, February 27th at 11 a.m. in the Canale-Tonella Funeral Home with the Rev. Msgr. Michael Steber officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday. A dessert reception will be held at the funeral home immediately following the service.

Mary Anns obituary can also be viewed at where relatives and friends may leave a note of remembrance.


Ronnie wrote on Mar 10, 2020:

"Mike, I just learned of Mary Anns passing. Im so sorry for your loss."

Terry Gasaway wrote on Mar 2, 2020:

"Mickey, So sorry to hear of MaryAnn's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Many fond memories of hours spent at the Quinn's house and Mary Ann letting Theresa use her Camero for cruising! Jim and Terry Gasaway"

Randy and Deb Girard wrote on Mar 2, 2020:

"Mike; we are so sorry to just learn of Mary Ann's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you."

Sharon & Jim Petrella wrote on Feb 27, 2020:

"Dear Mike. We are so sorry to hear of your sister. Please accept our condolences. I didn't know her, but you always mentioned her and took such good care of her. We are so sorry for you loss."