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Mary Ann Corley

09/24/1933 - 10/15/2023
Service Date: 10/27/2023
Service Time: 11:00 am
Service Location: Scottsdale Worship Center 6508 E Cactus Rd Scottsdale
Visitation Date: 10/27/2023
Visitation Time: 10:00 am
Visitation Location: Scottsdale Worship Center
Interment: Green Acres Cemetery

Ann Corley 90 of Scottsdale was born in Swartz, Louisiana. She passed away October 15, 2023 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Ann worked for the Telephone Company in Amarillo, Texas and transferred to Phoenix, Arizona in 1972 where she later met the love of her life, Don Corley.

Later on they became President of Christian Cowboys Association and travelled all over Arizona singing & preaching the word. Ann was very good at decorating her house and making cards for her family & friends along with doing her puzzles. Ann was a very kind, loving, giving, inspirational woman who loved her family, friends and God with all her heart.

Ann was preceded in death by her brother, L.M. Joiner & wife Elaine, her granddaughter, Courtney Sierzchula and her husband, Don Corley. Survivors include her daughter, Cindy Sierzchula her son, Phil Foster & wife LaJuana, 4 grandkids, Jeremy Kellum & wife Alisha, Ashlee Belew, Tyler & Lauren Foster and 4 great grandkids, Lennon Belew, Jade & Avery Kellum & Hazel Betters, stepdaughter Kaylen Rolfe, stepson Kevin step grandsons, Brandon & Nathan.


Service Date:  10-27-2023

Service Time:  11 AM

Service Location:  Scottsdale Worship Center

6508 E. Cactus Rd.

Scottsdale, AZ.  85254

Visitation Date:  10-27-2023

Visitation Time:  10 AM

Visitation Location:  Scottsdale Worship Center

Reception Immediately after Service

Interment:  Green Acres Cemetery


Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.


  • Steve and Linda Piper

    Ann was truly a blessing in our life and will be missed her smile and voice will always be in our life we loved Don and Ann rest in peace my dear friend give Don a hug

  • Catherine Bales

    Ann was a wonderful person, sister-in-Christ and best and most of all she loved Jesus and that was apparent knowing her.I loved watching her and her husband Don play music together worshipping the Lord and they both were just joyful robe around.I’ll miss my friend Ann but will see her in Glory one day- hopefully a day not too long from now when all believers are reunited together again in the Kingdom of heaven with the Lord.Deepest condolences to all of Ann’s family and loved ones and rest in peace sweet Ann until we meet again.Love you

  • One of my dearest friends whom I have known since 1977. Even though we lived miles apart we talked often. Many memories of good times I will cherish. I know that I will see her in heaven someday soon.

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