Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
I look up to my aunty anne's legacy. I wish i had had more time to hear her amazing stories
Knowing Anne well, I can tell you her work wasn't done. A soldier for the people and a shark in the board room, this diamond had a lot of facets. Shine on crazy diamond.
Anne was a force to be reckoned with. I worked with her as an executive assistant/personal assistant at Sibson in New York for a couple of years. She was generous, eccentric and loved life. I have learned through her eyes that the colors of life is not found in a box of crayons but created, explored and discovered. Anne will be missed and may her life continue through the love of her family and friends.
Anne was my Freshman Year roommate at Muskingum, a Delta Club sister, and the person I always relied on being at Alumni Weekends. She was an ardent supporter of Muskingum and inspired us all. Homecomings and reunion weekends were made much more fun by her and her family welcoming us into their wonderful home on Main St. Oh, the good times we had there! The laughs and the wisdom continued through our last weekend together in June '13. She left me inspired and comforted and laughing. God Bless you, Anne.
I remember her well from my early days with the Guttmacher Institute and her Board leadership for Planned Parenthood. Everyone should lead such a grand and wonderfully accomplished life AND have such a fitting tribute. My heart goes out to her family and friends.
Anne was one of my heroes. She could always be counted on to set a conversation on a path to challenge assumptions. She was one of those people who could use outrageous statements to get people talking about making change. Planned Parenthood was the lucky recipient of her talents and leadership.
South Burlington, Vermont
It has been nearly 50 years since I last saw Anne at our high school graduation. I wish I could have known the woman she became. She made a difference and isn't that the best tribute.
Anne was a remarkable woman, inspiring us as students at Muskingum, bringing honor to the Deltas, and opening doors for women all through her life. Proud to have known her.
Anne was a true individual-she had a poise and positive attitude that never quit. I was privileged to know her at MC when I went to college. She was a true leader and a strong but loving individual who stood up for women's rights.
Anne was a senior when I was a freshman at Muskingum, and we were both members of the Delta Club. I looked up to her then, and I look up to her now. She was one class act.
I had the good fortune to meet Anne through a cancer support study at OSU. She was my model for handling cancer with courage, humor, and compassion. I will miss her very much. My condolences go out to her family.
Quite an amazing woman---our MC class of '68 has to be proud of her contributions to 'making things better'. Personally, I'm glad to have known her. She certainly embodied having 'lived, laughed, loved and left'. May she rest in peace...
She was a sweet soul and a True Believer.
In reading the opening lines of her obituary, I was convinced Anne wrote it herself. Yes, if you never met her, you did indeed miss out. Anne was a brilliant, kind, enthusiastic, sometimes irreverent woman and it was my privilege to have worked with her in NYC. My condolences to her family and close friends. I am guessing upcoming holiday and family events will be full of 'Anne' stories which will keep her memory alive.
What a privilege to have known Anne during and since our years at Muskingum. She was an amazing woman! My prayers with her family and many friends.
I grew up next door to Anne. I didn't really get to know her until she was older and we had both moved away to "big cities". She and I would come home to visit our mothers and she would sit on my mom's porch with me in the evenings and talk. She was so witty, funny and kind. I wish I had more time with her. I know she enjoyed her obit! What a grand lady..
My prayers and thoughts are with the family.
Anne is a beautiful person and someone I will never forget. She could light up a room with her smile, strength, courage, and positive character. We love you Anne. I'm sure you are singing wherever you are!
I had the honor and privilege to have known Anne and to have been to several baseball games with her as well. The world will be a little sadder place without her smile in it!
I remember Anne. As I recall she was in or headed the HR dept at Battelle. I sometimes wondered what she was doing after she left Battelle. Now I know. Her obit is a tribute to someone who has really "made a difference." What a wonderful life. My sympathies to her family and friends.
Just "happened across" this beautiful story in the obituaries today. What an inspirational woman and crusader she was. May she rest in peace and may your family find peace and comfort in the memories of your loved one.
Keeping your family in my thoughts and prayers on your loss.
L.C. Columbus, Oh
Her obituary is so inspiring. I really wish I could have known this amazing woman. Our family will include her in our prayers and I vow to do something meaningful to carry on her important work.
This glowing tribute can only be viewed as love from the deepest hearts. She will continue to be a force in the world in memory and legacy. Prayers to the family for their loss but memories of happier days will soon push away the pain of today.
Anne & I met @ the James Cancer Survivors choir and she had a lovely voice! It took time for everyone to connect faces & names so she was known to me as Calvin's Mom for quite awhile. She was a delightful person and I was blessed to have made her acquaintance ~ I had no idea she had such an impressive background. My sympathy to her family, friends & Calvin.
WOW What a LADY her family should be very proud
What a moving tribute to a woman whom I knew and graduated with at Muskingum. I have read about her so many times through the years. God bless, Anne!
Anne is a new kind of angel, the kind that never was. Just like her time on Earth, the kind that never was. She inspired me and will until I stop breathing.
I was someone that never met Anne but had to let you know how inspirational and beautiful this dedication to her life is. She was a true pioneer and showed strength and determination during a time when it was not encouraged.
I am thinking of the Marshall-Saunier family during this difficult time.