My sincere condolences to your family during this grievous time. God, who is a refuge and strength, provides abundantly during difficult times. May God give you the peace and comfort you need to endure the days ahead.
I met Ann 63 years ago on the first Sunday in June, 1950 when her father, Brother Bobo, came to preach at Ft. Sq. We sure had many wonderful times growing up together, at her house and mine ... and I might add we enjoyed some great times in our teen years going out on double dates. After high school she went on to college and I got married so our lives went in different directions but we reconnected in later years and even though I was sad when she moved to Little Rock to be close to her daughters but I realized it was for the best and we still kept in touch. It's hard to lose those close to us but we know God will help us through it and we will meet again. I'm so blessed to have called Ann my true friend.
What a shining star your mom was to all of us. Her talent and wit (with that knowing glint in her eye!) will truly be missed. Our sympathy for your loss is matched only by our gratefulness that you shared her life with us.
~Heather Wilson & CHMC
I worked with Ann at Northwest High School in Indianapolis, In., and I enjoyed her professionalism, kindness and consideration for her clients and co-workers. I am so sorry for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family- My mom, Jean Golden lived with Ms. Amm at Emeritus- Your mom was always a delight to be around- When we went to the Alzheimer's Walk last Oct. I had the pleasure of walking with her- such a dear lady-- she is in the arms of God now- with no more suffering! I have the sweetest picture of her while we were there at the zoo-