Ann Swift Duncan

Waco, Texas

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Dear Laura and family,
I was so shocked and saddened to hear of the news of Ann's death. I feel like a piece of my childhood is gone because both of you were an important part of my "growing up" years. I well remember so many things: the overnights at my house, watching the turkeys, vacation Bible school, church camp near Mexia, slumber parties at your house, your birthday parties, the Yoe High band, etc. The list goes on an on. These are memories that will never be...

Laure and Eric,So sorry to hear about your loss.You all are in my prayers.

My prayers are with you all. I did not know Ann very well, but we did all the PTA stuff together years ago and remained friends. She was a lovely lady that adored her family.
Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.

Laura,Clifford and family, there are no words to express how sorry we are for your loss. Ann was a dear friend since our younger years and we love her dearly. She was good to all of her family and friends and I will always treasure my memories of her and John as well as your Mom and Dad. You are in our thoughts and prayers during your time of loss. Love, Sharon and John Moseley

There are no words for me to say. Congratulations, Ann. John has you back. Thank you, Jesus!

Sorry to hear of Ann's death. Can remember many memories of her and Laura.

Roger & Ann Terry

Our deepest sympathy - we have many good memories of Nancy and Laura, and John at Yoe High. We know that she and John are together again.

To the Duncan family, my prayers are with you in the loss of your mother. Both of your parents were kind and gracious.

Just this past Monday I was thinking of Ann on her birthday. I always remember the childhood birthday parties of the past. Ann was a special girl and lady.


Ann's Obituary

Ann Duncan passed away in Waco, Texas. The obituary was featured in Waco Tribune-Herald on April 3, 2013.