Condolence: Lois and Rick, We were very sorry to hear about Aunt Annie's passing. I will never forget the times spent there. Things like, on Sunday's, chasing down a paper and a soda for her at the E&M. But most of all it will be that smile that I will remember. All Our love, Mike and Andrea
Condolence: Dear Lois & Rick, Although I knew that Ann had been very ill, I was still saddened to hear of her passing. She and my sister, Joan, were the greatest of friends. Ann was 2 days younger than Joan, but, they shared much more than September birthdays. Seeing her nice picture in the paper brought back a lot of memories of times we shared with her. One of my favorite was when she and I used to dance to "Black Slacks". What a great time we had. May your memories of happier times help you though this. Our thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy go out to you. Bucky & Connie Willette
Condolence: Lois and Ricky,
So sorry to hear of Anne's passing.We can take solice in knowing she isn't suffering anymore. Now she can rest in peace. My prayers are with you both.
With love, Robin, Chad and Brittany
Condolence: Lois and Rick, Thinking and praying for you both. I met Annie when I bowled on the Womens League at the MarMac Lanes. She was always very friendly and would later become my cherished "Sister"-in-law. I will miss her but know that she is now with her family. My love to you both...see you in the spring.