I had Ann's birthday marked on my calendar, and this is the first year I did not call her - now I'm sorry I missed the chance to hear her pleasant voice one last time. I met Ann through her sister, Suzie, and what a wonderful pair of sister's to have as friends. My love and sympathy to Ann's beautiful family. Hugs, Joan Delight
I ate many a burger at the Beach Burger... and grew up with Loree and Lance... she was a beautiful lady who leaves a living legacy in her two children, and within the many others she touched along the way... she will be dearly missed.
I had the pleasure to know Mrs. Kenyon when I was in elementary school. She was a very kind person and lovely mother to Lance and Loree. I wish to express my deepest sympathies to your family.
Ann and I became friends at Rogers Jr. Hi--I was with her when she met George at the beach. We double-dated all through high school and I was a bridesmaid at her wedding. How I will miss her cheerfulness and friendship. I am so sorry I won't be here for the memorial, but send all my love and condolences to her wonderful family.
I knew Ann after she retired and was in our aerobics class. I always appreciated her smile and wonderful attitude. At that time she was still subbing those needy children and how fortunate they were to experience her kindness and understanding. She was a very fine person indeed.
Love to my sweet mama,
What a lovely woman Ann was. So caring, so beloved by so many. She will be missed by all who knew her. May the Peace that passes all understanding comfort her children, grandchildren and great-
grandchild.God bless her family.