1918 - 1988
Mary-Anne was born on September 8th 1918 in Roaring Heights to Irma and Martin. She always grew up under the pressure of her parents who wanted her to marry. All of her siblings were getting married and they felt that she had to follow suit. She always told them that she didn't really want to marry anyone. She really didn't need, nor want a husband. They finally gave in and let her live the life she wanted.
In 1940, she lived by herself. She did feel very lonely, but still wasn't looking for a man for companionship. She was thinking about asking an old friend to live with her, but she thought about adopting a daughter. In May of 1940 she adopted Laura who was only a month old. She always snuggled her rocked her to sleep.
Ten years later in The Sims 3: Roaring Heights she appears with her ten year old daughter. They love to go out to coffee shops, parks, and libraries together. She doesn't have too many friends aside from all the co-workers she has.
Her parents don't appear anywhere in The Sims Series.
After Roaring HeightsEdit
When her daughter got married they moved from Roaring Heights because there was an unusual number of crimes there going on and it wouldn't be good for the family. Mary-Anne stayed because she still loved it. She once thought she may want to move to Veronaville because of its nice countryside Italian looks but decided to stay. She met her granddaughter Lanaya and her grandson Gary when they visited her. She died in the year 1988, aged 70, of old age.
She has blonde curly grandma hair, green eyes, normal make-up. She wear a long green dress. When she's an elder she has the same hair but a floral dress and a pink jacket.
Laura: Best Friends (Daughter)
Ernest: Good Friends (Son in law)
Martin: Acquaintances (Father)
Irma: Dislikes (Mother)
Anne-Mary: Enemies (Sister)
Astrid-Jane: Friends (Sister)
Martin Jr. Friends (Brother)
Anthony Dislikes (Brother)
- She is the great great grandmother of Florence Doyen, Isaac Doyen, and Payton Reed making this the longest family tree I've ever made.
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