Ann-Blake-Obituary

Ann L. Blake

Anoka, Minnesota

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It has been a year since you joined our heavenly Father. I think of you daily and continue to pray for your kids and family. I love you. Annie Harmon.

as soon as i get my bussiness venture completed i will keep this on line for ever and i will give money to her two kids for cllege gary holsten

Ann is always in my thoughts, she was my best best friend while going up in Anoka. Every year at the start of school, Ann & I would study the Sear's catalog while Ann picked out her "new" school clothes. Ann's mom did not drive and Ann's father worked too much to drive to the Shopping Malls. This may explain why Ann likes shopping so much. Love you Ann

There is not a day that passes that you do not enter my thoughts, Ann. I miss seeing you outside, riding your bike, saying hello and chatting about things. May God bless you and your family. You are a wonderful woman and always in my heart.

Little Annie Hedin was a playmate of mine for many years growing up in Anoka. Her many friends in our neighborhood spent every day day and night playing outside, biking or going to the Fair. I last saw her just before her twins were born. I am shocked and sorrowed by her loss. I know her family is strong and God's love will carry them through the days ahead. I hope her children will hear the stories of how much fun she was as a child. God Bless Her Family Always!

Dear Ann's Family, Ann was a classmate of mine at the Partner's class last year. She was so wonderful and enjoyed talking about her children and husband. May God be with you all.

Trying to remember the happy times is hard through our sorrow, but we will, as time goes on, be able to draw on those times and it will make us smile. We will miss the smile you always shared, the laughter that came quickly, your unending endurance, perseverance, and forgiveness. Our family will cherish your children and protect them from harm the best we can in your absence. We will miss you, Dear Annie.
Brother Jim and Family

I didn't know Ann but i was at the accident, my deepest sympathies go to the children and family of ann. I comforted ann' s sister at the accident scene and i unfortunately never told her my name. I would like to get a hold of her to tell her I'm sorry about her sister.

I SPENT OVER SEVEN YEARS WITH ANN AND I FIRST MET ANN WHEN I WAS RUNNING MARATHONS AND SHE WEN,T WITH ME TO THE HONNOULU MARATHON, AND WHE CAME BACK TO CALIFORINA TO WATCH THE ROSE BOWL PARADE AND ALSO WENT TO THE ROSE BOWL GAME, SHE WORKED FOR A FEW YEARS WITH ME IN THE GOLD AND SILVER BUSSINESS, SHE WAS VERY SMART AND GOOD WITH PEOPLE, I WAS STUNNED BY THE NEWS OF HER DEATH AND WILL ALWAYS HOLD ANNIN MY HEART

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Ann's Obituary

Ann Blake passed away in Anoka, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Ann are being provided by Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home - Anoka. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on February 2, 2012.