Just lost a truly special friend, we go back so many years. Walked to school together, rain, snow, we always laughed & had fun. We were poor, but so were our friends, we didn’t know it. We made our own games, didn’t have nice clothes, certainly no cell phones. We knew to come in when the street lights came on. We knew to eat what was put before us & not complain. Didn’t have many leftovers but our Moms would share where there was a need. We worked together @ Kash & Karry after school. We had the most fun working on the trash pile, we would sneak cookies & eat them, shared with others, lol. Bill, Ann, Carroll & I worked the Flea Markets, hard work & lots of fun. I did Nursing during the week & Flea Markets on Wed & Sat. We went up North hunting Antiques & Collectibles & sold them @ Auctions. So many memories. Ann truly loved her family, everything was centered around them, Bill, Teresa, Cordy, Diane, Stacey, Luke, Jasmine, Isaiah, Anneliese. Each one had a special place in her heart. Bill & Ann had a special relationship, they worked hard to provide for their family. As Ann’s health began to decline, her family was at her bedside. When she left the Nursing Home & transitioned to Hospice Home Care, she had excellent care. Her primary caregivers were Bill, Teresa & Stacey. Family & friends helped when they could. As I observed Ann’s decline & the excellent care she received, I thought about my Nursing Oath, To do everything possible to help a patient to recovery & if not, to a peaceful easy death with dignity. Her Family afforded her that & I am thankful I got to be a part of this process. Rest In Peace, Ann, we love you.
Ann was one of a kind
The most loving and giving person I have ever meet
Diane and I went to school together and Ann was always helping her no matter what
She will be truly missed
I remember Ann as an amazing lady full of wit and spirit. She thought the world of her family. Treasure the wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
I know this woman was AMAZING!!! Even though I was never able to meet her in person, I know she was a loving, kind mother because she raised a wonderful daughter, Teresa, which I am blessed to call a dear friend...️ We are never able to prepare for the loss of a dear loved one and our families thoughts and prayers are with Teresa, David and the entire family. I pray that God will bring you all the peace and comfort during this difficult time in a way that only HE can. We love y’all...
Annie you will be greatly missed.You were such a beautiful lady inside and out.The relationship you had with Bill was awesome.The love you have to Stacey Luke Jasmine Isaiah and Anneliese was so special they all love you so much.You always made all of us so welcome in your home.You and Bill are the sweetest couple I have known.I promise we will take acare of Bill for you.We love and miss you.Rest in peace.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
I am so sorry for your loss. I only knew Annie for a short time but loved her like a sister! She will be greatly missed. Your mom is now in the arms of Jesus and is suffering no more! I miss you all terribly, but due to being high risk for Covid I have been very careful. One day we will all meet again.
Annie was truly a blessing and a wonderful woman. She was loved by so many and will be missed. We love you Annie and are so glad that you were a part of our lives.
Ann and her family were a big part of my young years. I remember going on beach trips with Ann and Bill. They loaded their station wagon to full capacity and off we went. Wonderful memories of a truly wonderful woman.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.