In 1989 my mother, Aurelia Norwood, had open heart surgery. I knew Anne because we went to church together at Vineville Presbyterian. Anne came to me and asked if she could visit my mother whom she did not even know. She did visit my mother, and of course took food with her. That touched me deeply. As everyone has said, Anne made everyone feel special. I will always remember her and always miss her very much. I am thinking of all of you and praying that the Lord will heal your hearts. Much love, Nancy Pyles
Though words, however kind,
cannot ease the loss you bear,
May it bring a share of comfort
to know that others care.
Thinking of you with sympathy.
Anne was undoubtedly one of the kindest- most gentle, sincere people I have had the pleasure to meet during my real estate career. She will be missed on this earth!
Our prayers are with her family!
Dear Patton and Alexander family,
Many years ago, your Mom was my piano teacher. Realizing early on that I was not destined for the concert hall, she gave me a wonderful and lasting gift in that she instilled in me the joy of being able to play songs that I would enjoy throughout my life, especially during the holidays. She was always the sweetest lady and I always felt welcome when I visited your home. She did raise a wonderful family-I remember you all as some of the nicest people I have ever met. I know your loss is great and you all are in my thoughts and prayers now and in the days to come.
I have really enjoyed having Anne as our neighbor and a member of our little card club. Anne was a very special lady and delighted in the good fortune of others. She was the perfect example of "Let Others See Jesus in You". Although we know that she is in a better place, she will be missed.
Vicki Boughton, Macon, Georgia