For many years, we were great buddies, riding on the ranch and sharing our love of good books. I always loved Anne and missed our former relationship when our lives got so busy with education, family and careers. I am sure she will be deeply missed by Chuck and her children and grandkids. Would love to know more about them. Jari-Lee (cousin)
Dear Chuck & family,
I still find myself wanting to pick up the phone and just talk with Anne. The time at the Pace ranch was such a lovely service and so like Anne to go back to all those memories. Felt she was with us.
LoAnne & Dale Barnes
Dear Chuck and family - I just heard about Anne's passing from Martha Sloan and I wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts. We have missed you both on Princeton. Please know that I'm sorry for your loss. - Leeaine Burnett
Dave and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family, Chuck. Anne was a special person with a grace and serenity that was remarkable. Lani and Dave Martin
Anne was my dear friend and I will miss her so much!!!!At GJHS we were JAGRAP as we edited the Orange and Black together.
We had many political discussions via E-mail,and shared pain and glory about our families.
Ann Gross Roberts
Chuck, we were so sorry to hear about Anne. We wil really miss her. When we would come to clean, she always had a smile on her face and made us feel so special.
Stacy Pitkin and Heidi Bean
Glen and I are sorry for your loss. Anne was a friend from GJ HS and we tried to keep our friendship going over the years, mainly through those great Christmas letters! I wish we could have seen her more often. Anne was such a lovely lady. Our condolences to your whole family. Tedra Hetzel
I am saddened to hear of this wonderful lady's passing. My heartfelt condolences for those who are mourning at this time. Anne was always so good to me. I really loved and appreciated her.
Dear Chuck and Family,
We were saddened to learn of Anne's passing. We treasured the years we shared as next-door neighbors on Princeton Ave. Anne's keen intellect, deep appreciation of the natural world, quest to keep learning and love for her family were a beautiful example to me. She was a remarkable woman. Please know our thoughts and sympathy are with you during this time of transition.
I first met Sister White (Anne) in San Diego. She was my Seminary teacher for two years. We became good friends over the years and I cherish her friendship. I have enjoyed our conversations and letters over the years. We have in common a love of nature and the outdoors. We have discussed life's challenges and given each other support and suggestions on how to handle them and have just been friends to understand each other's plight. She sent me many letters of support during my mission for the church in Venezuela. While on my mission, she sent me some individually wrapped home made cookies with a pecan in the middle that I had really come like from my seminary days. The cookies arrived for Christmas and is still one of the best presents I have ever received. Anne is a loving and caring person. She is somewhat reserved with her feelings. I always admired how well she handled her physical challenges.
In life we meet many people and have many acquaintances, but just a few really good friends. Anne is one of my best friends in life. I am a better person to have known her and am grateful for our friendship.
I will miss Anne so much. I looked forward to you visits. Anne was a beautiful lady and you both are dear friends. Love, Shauna
Chuck, So sorry for your loss. I will always remember Anne as a beautiful lady. God Bless you and your family. Your old friend...Bobby Bacon.
We have been FANS of you and Anne for the past several years - thank you for blessing our lives with your friendship. Love, Richard and Laurie Nash