Mary Ann Elizabeth Burdick
MaryAnn Elizabeth Burdick, born 11-10-29 in Lindsborg, Kansas and passed on January 23, 2013 in Edmond, Oklahoma.
She was born to Conrad C. Nordin and Elizabeth Nordin who have passed. 
Survived by Don Burdick husband of Plains, Kansas,  Donna Bell, daughter and her husband Hank of Edmond, Oklahoma, Roger Burdick, son and his wife Peggy from Dodge City, Kansas, Connie Hill, daughter of Lamar, Colorado and Tami Burdick, daughter of Wichita, Kansas.  She has 7 grandkids, Brett Bell and his wife Kristy of Wichita, Kansas, Brady Bell of Denver, Colorado, Nikole Mackey and her husband Eric of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Noel Burdick from New York, New York, Auston Bell and Erin of Edmond, Oklahoma, Clifton Burdick from Dodge City, Kansas, and Chandler Hill from Lamar, Colorado.  She also has 3 great-grandkids, Ryan and Noah Mackey and Braxton Bell.
She went to school in Lindsborg, Kansas and graduated from Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas.
MaryAnn was very proud to sing in the Messiah, an Easter musical, which was a long standing tradition in Lindsborg, Kansas.
MaryAnn and Don were married on December 14th 1952.  They just celebrated 60 years of marriage.
She taught 2nd grade for 14 years in Dighton Kansas and Plains, Kansas.
She was a member of the Eastern Star for many years.  She loved looking nice and sold MaryKay Cosmetics for 30 years, loved teaching other women to look their best as well.  She loved serving at the Ashland Christian Service Camp, Ashland, Kansas where she would cook, clean, and take care of the grounds.  MaryAnn loved watching pro and college football and also watching her grandkids play sports!  She was always on the go and never wanted to miss out on anything.  She was a member on the First Christian Church in Plains, Kansas for over 50 years and she loved playing the piano in church and singing and praising her Father!  Her faith in God was shown in all she did and say, she was a true example of how Christ wants us to live our lives. 
Her services were held on Monday, the 28th of January at the First Christian Church in Plains, Ks. at 10 am. Interment followed in the Plains Cemetery, Plains.
The family would welcome memorials to the Plains Christian Church in care of the funeral home.
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