Mary Ann \nUngor, 80, of Valencia, passed away on Oct. 22, \n2020, at Butler Memorial Hospital. \n\nShe was born Oct. 21, 1940, in New Kensington, Pa, \nto the late Charles E. Nixon and the late Myrtle A. \n(Moore) Nixon. \n\nMary Ann graduated from Springdale High School, then \ncontinued her studies at Butler County Community \nCollege in the secretarial and accounting programs. \nShe was a homemaker and worked for seven years as a \nsales clerk for Ames. She also drove ambulance for \nRichland EMS. Mary Ann did 1800s Reenactment, and \nwas a member of the National Muzzle Loading Rifle \nAssociation, and the Historical Association. Mary \nwas a very talented artist and her trade name was \n"Lady Bear." Mary Ann was accomplished in many \nmediums from paint and leather to quilting and \nbeadwork.\n\nShe is survived by her two sons, Joseph C. (Tannie) \nUngor of Cranberry Township, and James W. (Rebecca) \nUngor of Gibsonia; one daughter, Donna Jean (Steve) \nSybert of Valencia, seven grandchildren, Dr. \nMichael, Jeanna, Emily, Savannah, Gianna, Tiffany, \nand Anthony; one great-grandchild, Noah; two \nbrothers, William E. (Roberta) Nixon of Virginia, \nand James (Sheri) Nixon of Tennessee; and numerous \nnieces and nephews. \n\nIn addition to her parents, she was preceded in \ndeath by her husband, Joseph E. Ungor, whom she \nmarried on Aug, 18, 1958, and who passed away on \nDec. 29, 2013; one brother, Richard Nixon, and one \nsister, Lula Mae Simms.\n\nThere will be no public visitation or services.\n\nMemorials may be made to the American Cancer \nSociety, 320 Bilmar Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15205 or the \nButler County Humane Society, 1015 Evans City Road, \nRenfrew, PA 16053. \n\nArrangements are being handled by Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, 124 East North Street, Butler, PA \n16001.