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Mary Ann Zelko (Miller)

Mary Ann Zelko

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Mary Ann Zelko (Miller), much beloved wife, sister, aunt, great-aunt, godmother, and friend, sadly passed away on October 10, 2022, at the age of 66, at Johns Hopkins University Hospital with her husband Steve at her side.  She was born and raised in Altoona, Pennsylvania and was a graduate of both Bishop Guilfoyle High School and the Altoona School of Commerce.  Mary Ann had a B.A., Business & Economics with a concentration in MIS, Magna Cum Laude with a 3.67 GPA from Wilson College and she made significant contributions to both her community and her country through her work at the United States Army War College, Technology Applications, Inc., Blue Cross Blue Shield, Synertech Health, and AmeriHealth Caritas.

Mary Ann met Steve Zelko, the love of her life, in 1988.  Together they traveled the world, cared for family and friends, and built a beautiful life in Enola and Mechanicsburg, PA.

Mary Ann was a woman of faith, a dedicated volunteer, and a well-loved member of the Our Lady of Lourdes community.  She was a wonderful friend and was always there for anyone who needed her.

She was predeceased by her parents, Anthony Edward and Coletta Agnes Miller, for whom she was a loving caregiver, and is survived by her husband Steve, her brothers Michael “Mick” Miller, Anthony “Tony” and wife Mary Miller, her brothers-in-law Anthony and wife Judy Zelko, William and wife Mary Zelko, John and wife Karen Zelko, and Frank Zelko, and her many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews.

In memory of Mary Ann’s life, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association and the Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

On October 19, 2022, a visitation will be held from 11:00AM to 12:00PM at her church, Our Lady of Lourdes, 225 Salt Road, Enola, PA 17025.  A Mass will be celebrated immediately following the visitation.  Burial will take place at Rolling Green Cemetery, 1811 Carlisle Rd., Camp Hill, PA 17011. 

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Zelko family.


6 comments on “Mary Ann Zelko (Miller)”

  1. Mary Ann and Steve Zelko faithfully visited her mother at Country Meadow, Mechanicsburg circa 2010, making sure that Collette was comfortable, had everything she needed, and knew that she was loved. My mother lived down the hallway; so we all became friends. Both of our mothers passed away within the next three years, but I continued to see Mary Ann and Steve volunteering at my polling place each election. I will miss her very much!!! My deepest sympathies to Steve and the family!

  2. Mary Ann and I both attended OLOL Church and I had many opportunities to work with her, especially as a Lector. I admired her faith and dedication to her Parish family. Rest in the peace of Christ, Mary Ann. You will be missed.3

  3. I got to know Mary Ann seven years ago when we trained together to be lectors at church. She was such a sweet person and so kind. She will be missed by her parish family at OLOL. My husband, Jack, and I will keep Steve and her family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  4. My wonderful friend, her and Steve were are neighbors for 24 years, they were the best, will miss her so much, she guided me thru a lot of things, when my Roger passed from cancer they helped my family so much, nothing was not to much they insisted on taking care of me, when they moved we still texted alot and got together for lunch or diner, nothing was to much for the both of them, will miss talking to her and seeing her, my love goes out to Steve and their family from me and my family, heaven is getting a wonderful soul, miss you my friend, love

  5. I met Mary Ann in first grade at St. Mary’s Catholic School in PA. In those days, children were lined up in size order. So it was always, Kathleen Pressler, Mary Ann Miller, and me, Karlya Kelley because we were the shortest! The 3 of us remained close, dear friends through thick and thin over 60+ years. Mary Ann was savvy, smart, and wise beyond her years. And no nonsense! You didn’t want to mess with Mary Ann! She was also one of the bravest women I have ever met.
    Mary Ann and I also shared a love of HALLOWEEN!
    We started sending weekly cards the minute they came out in August! In fact, I had a funny trick-or-treat card to send her the day that she passed. I will miss her more than I can ever put into words. I wish I had saved her last voicemail to me which ended with her incredible, joyful, silly giggle. Rest in peace, my beloved friend. You were like a sister to me. You were one-of-a-kind.

  6. Mary Ann and I shared the love of our church. We were both lectors for many years and knew we could count on each other whenever needed. I loved her laugh and easy smile. I am going to miss her terribly and all my love to her amazing husband Steve. Ralph and I are sending all our prayers. God Bless you my friend.

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