Ann and i were not only Chi Omega soroity sisters we were roommates and very good friends for 4 years at Vanderbilt... She took me home for Thanksgiving and i have never seen such a feast at that table.. i can still taste the oyster stuffing.... I AM FROM ARKANSAS the only female at Vandy from Arkansas when we started our freshman year... more came later but Ann knew i could not go home for Thanksgiving so she invited me to go home with her.. i have just heard of her passing on Google.. My family is planning a reunion in NASHVILLE in Sept.. and i was so looking forward to seeing Ann .We have not seen each other since graduation day at Vandy 1960 ..I AM so sorry that i did not know sooner of her passing.. i hope the family will read my comments and know that my husband JOHN who graduated Vandy also and knew Ann well send our love and prayers AND ALSO our deep regrets that we cannot have a visit with Ann this fall... love and prayers.... kay and john murray ... Dublin OHIO..
Ann will be terribly missed! I've known her since I was 18 months old and continue see her all these years until she recently retired. I was saddened but pleased to grow up knowing her. She was like a grandmother to me. She helped my parents out so much knowing what's best for me. God had all of her plans for great reasons and now she's in heavenly peace. Thank you Ann for everything you do for all of us!
Friends for 75 years--what more can I say!! My last visit with Ann just a week before her death was a fun walk down memory lane. I send my deepest sympathy to Ann's family. She was a special person and a dear friend.
Love, Patricia V. Graddy
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time.
Ann and I were in school together at Bill Wilkerson many years ago. In fact, we shared an apartment briefly before my marriage. She was the epitome of professionalism in our field. Though we had not been in close touch the last few years, she will be missed . My sympathy is extended to each of her family members.