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October 17, 2018

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November 8, 2017
I have known Anne for many years and have always admired her as a kind, interesting person and as an excellent writer. She was also a very caring mother.

Although I didn't get to see her in recent years, it was always a pleasure having a phone conversation with her. I have very fond memories from the earlier years when I first got to know her.

I extend my condolences to her son, and to all those who feel her loss.

William Wolf
November 8, 2017
Anne was one of the first people, outside hospital staff, to see and hold my son when he was born. (He is now a sophomore in college.) She had also been there during the earliest stages of my husband's and my courtship. He was miles and miles away, in another state, and we courted initially through letters, the old-fashioned kind. He wrote to me in French. When I described him and his letters to Anne, she said, "Barbara, he's the one." And she was right. After we were married, he and I lived in her house for a time, including the first eleven months of our son's life. She was in loco parentis to us in various ways, as she was to many others who found their way into her house and her life.

She inscribed my copy of her first novel, "Calpurnia," "Ars longa!" omitting the "Vita brevis est" that is the first clause of Seneca's epigram, though perhaps she had it in mind.

Anne was extraordinary, unique. Llanfair Road will never be the same without her, and neither will we.

Our condolences to her family, and to all those who loved her.