Mary Ann
LANE MARY ANN of Torrance, passed away on Wednesday, March 7, 2001 in a Torrance hospital. She was born in Richmond, CA. on March 11, 1955. Mary Ann was employed by The Automobile Club of Southern California for twenty years. She is survived by her Husband, Morris Lane of Torrance, CA, her devoted parents, Richard and Irene Bungarden of Torrance, CA, Brother, Jack (Caterina) Bungarden, Sister, Jean Bungarden-Lee, Brother, Robert (Sandra) Bungarden and Brother, Richard (Lisa) Bungarden. Also left to carry on her loving spirit are her Nieces and Nephews: Nicole, William, Matthew, Kathryn, Rachel and Adam. Mary Ann is survived also by her dear parents by marriage: Father and Mother-in-Law, Richard and Virginia Lane of Douglas City, CA. Among all of those who love and pray for Mary Ann are her Brothers-in-law: Dorsey and Gerard Lane and her Sister-in-law, Audrey Duckworth. Visitors are welcome to visit Mary Ann at the RICE MORTUARY, 5310 Torrance, CA, 90503 on Friday, March 9, 2001 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.. Celebration of Mass of Christian Burial will be on Saturday, March 10, 2001 at 9:30 A.M. at SAINT JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH, 415 Vincent Street (at Pacific Coast Hwy.), Redondo Beach, CA. Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City. For those friends who wish to express themselves by means other than flowers, donations in Mary Ann's memory would be welcome to either the American Diabetes Association at 2720 Gateway Oaks Dr., Suite # 110, Sancramento, CA., 95833 or to The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation at 120 Wall Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY.,10005.

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  1. Morris, I will always keep Mary in my prayers. I never had the privilege of knowing her personally but I felt I knew her through you. I know how much you\’ll miss her, but she\’s with God now. Ray

  2. Morris, my prayers are with you and your families (your\’s and her\’s). Believe that God will see you through this because He is there for you. I\’ve been where you are (mom and dad) and I would never have thought I could get through it, but He was there for me and He did comfort me and He allowed me to see something that I\’d never come up with on my own. Someday I\’d like to share that with you (if you don\’t mind). In the meantime, take care and we all hope to see you soon. I\’ll even return the Rhino! Catherine

  3. I never met Mary, but I know Morris through work. Morris is one of the nicest men I know. He has always treated me with kindness. I am deeply sadend for his loss. Mary must have been a very special woman. All my best Morris, Mary\’s family and freinds.

  4. Mo, I am so sorry to hear of Mary\’s passing. I remember when I worked with you, how often you spoke of Mary, and always in a loving way. How fortunate you both were to have each other! My thoughts are with you and all of Mary\’s family. Michele (Gore) Conner

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