Margaret Anne Womochel (Sherburn)
I am truly heartbroken to have learned that Anne is no longer with us. She and I were very close during her college years at Rutgers and George Washington. Although thirty years have passed since we were last in touch, I will never forget how kind, caring, intelligent, and fun loving she was. We are all better off for having known her, and I am privileged to say she was my friend. The world is a better place for having had Anne in it. Sincere condolences to the Womochel and Sherburn families.
Anne was my dear friend when we both were at Douglass College. Even though we lost touch over the years I never forgot what a smart, funny and loving person she was. My condolences to her family and friends.
My heart breaks to hear of Anne's passing. We were best friends in high school and have never forgotten the shared times of our youth. She will always be a treasured piece of my life. Sending hugs and strength to her parents, husband, children and extended family.
I have known Anne from her birth. She has always been a treasure to me. I will miss her. Thoughtful, kind, always. Auntie Lilian
I first met Anne at St. Johns where my sons attended school. After she left St Johns, I had the opportunity to work with her at Murry Fly. Anne was a "master" teacher. I admired her and had great respect for her. She was a very intelligent woman and I loved to engage in conversations with her. She touched many lives in so many ways. I will miss her. My deepest condolences to her family.