Hi John and family,
Thinking of you and remembering what a special presence Ann had in my life at White Cloud Public and beyond....
Dear John, MaryKay, Laurie, Tom, Kathe and Cindy. I have a lifetime of memories growning up with the Brewsters and of course Ann was part of that. This is a sad part of life but how nice to have these memories.Prayers for peace with this as I'm sure Ann has that peace now.
my sincere sympathy on the passing of your mom. My family was neighbors to the Brewster family and they were some of our best friends growing up. we had the privilege of "playing" just about every day. we would walk through the orchard past bumpidy hill and watched tv, we didn't have one at that time, make endless batches of taffy, played in the storage and bob house and even went to Lake Michigan swimming once. Anne was a great role model as was one of the few working outside the home women that we knew at that time. thinking of you as you mourn the loss of such a wonderful person.
To all the Brewster family: You all helped shape my childhood.....from running back and forth between houses over the Bummity Hill, watching TV at your house because we didn't have one; playing dressup and having such wonderful old clothes to use; to having childhood friends right next door, to always have somebody to play with......Ann was such a novelty to me, always so kind, always ready with a snack, always ready to listen. She is part of my childhood, and she will be missed. Hugs and sympathy to you all.
I remember Mrs. Brewster as my 1st grade teacher at Aetna School. She inspired me to read. What a wonderful soul & I loved her laugh! Please know that Ann will continue to live on through the memories of her children, grandchildren & her former students. She will not be forgotten! God bless you all as you go through this time of mourning.