Mary Ann “Micki” Czarnik

Mary Ann “Micki”(Miller) Czarnik passed away on Sunday, January 8, 2023 at home in League City Texas. She was born to Fred and Ellen (Dossinger) Miller on 17 January, 1936 in St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents, brothers Fred Jr. and Thomas Miller preceded her in death. Mary Ann and Marvin Czarnik were married at Trinity Lutheran Church Soulard November 24, 1955 in St. Louis Missouri; Marvin proceeded her in death in 2001. To carry on her Legacy are children: Kristie (Carl) Jones, Carol Czarnik, and (Late) Sharon Czarnik. Grandchildren: Matthew Jones, Monica George, Erica Balaban, Cara (Damon) Janner, Amber Kaplan; Great Grandchildren : Gloria Jones, Colby Balaban, Rose Jones, Parker Balaban, Kristin Scallan, Kamryn Janner and Arie Jones. Nieces and Nephew: Scott Miller, Kim Whatley and Ellie Flesch and their families.

Visitation:  Thursday January 12 5-6 p.m. at Crowder Funeral Home Webster Texas.

Service:  Thursday January 12, 2023  6 p.m. at Crowder Funeral Home, Webster Texas

Reception:  January 12, 2023, After Service Crowder Funeral Home  Reception Room, Webster Texas

Burial:  January 13, 2023, 9 a.m., Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery, Dickinson, Texas

In lieu of flowers donations to Forgotten Angels Foundation ( or charity of your choice.

Micki was strong in her Faith. She was active in Gloria Dei Lutheran Church participating with the Holy Smokers BBQ team, the Daisies, mission trips and the CALMS Group. The family thanks Pastor Kieschnick, and Jim and Shirley Orbett for the spiritual support when it was most needed.

Micki loved people. Her infectious charisma and outgoing nature drew people in. She enjoyed the Nasa Rotarians and was proud of the work she participated in through that group. There were those in her life that became “family” although friends, Bill Geissler, Trudy Davis, Ernie Warrick, Rich Counts and Debbie Scates. She loved you all and couldn’t imagine her life without you in it.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Abdellatif and his staff for the care provided and her favorite Nurse Lori Riley. Jody and Mandy and those of Traditions Hospice Care Team, may God continue to bless you as you blessed us with your compassionate care. We cannot thank you enough.


  1. so very blessed from the time Micki stopped outside my house & introduced herself in her Blue BMW Convertible. That day was the start that grew broader & deeper with each passing day ~ to the point where I was like her Son from Another Mother [since mine went home in 2014]. Treasure the countless hours I have been blessed to spend with her & the Fam. Before she took her final breath her Soul took flight~ because of her PERSONAL FAITH & TRUST in her SAVIOR , JESUS CHRIST. Enjoy your rest in the light of the SON, where the sun you loved so much will ALWAYS shine. Luv ya Mick & as ya always told me “LUV ya back” , how blessed in that knowing.

    Rich Counts
  2. Sending lots of prayers and love to the family for peace and comfort during this time. Micki was a very special lady who did a lot for people and had a big heart. She was the center of the family for many years. She was a great example of family and community. Kurt remembers her interesting stories and conversation around her years spent with her husband and politics. We are thankful to have known her. Rest easy with your husband in the Lords arms now Micki.❤️ A donation has been made in her honor to Forgotten Angels. Kind Regards Kurt and Jannah Mersiovsky

    Jannah and Kurt Mersiovsky
  3. We are so sorry for your loss . My Dad and Micki walked in graduation together . Please except our Condolences at this time .

    Herb Snyder and Family

    Michelle Snyder Lewis

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