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December 15, 2018

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April 3, 2018
Ann is one of the sweetest people that I have had the privilege of knowing and working with professionally. she will be missed.
April 1, 2018
I'm sure there will be other, far more important stories and messages that will reveal so many wonderful aspects of Ann and her long life. My little remembrance shows her as a dear and fun loving friend....nothing very serious, but it was Ann to the fullest !
Ann was the first American member of a little known but flourishing small group of women, The British Mafia of Ridgefield, Ct. The purpose of the members was solely to support each other in deep friendship , through many joyful and some very sad times...to be there for each other, even if miles apart. Each member had her own Mafia name...Ann chose to be Letitia Louise. (I believe Ann had an ancestor called Letitia) She regaled us with interesting stories of the time she and her husband lived in London, UK. and about her life as a teacher.
As a member of the British Mafia Ann would willingly stand up with us at table, when together on special occasions such as the Queen's Birthday we raised our glasses in the Loyal Toast to Her Majesty , Queen Elizabeth. This always happened in restaurants as we enjoyed one of our monthly lunch
"meetings", which caused some at near by tables great amusement!
She was also a founding member of the First Annual Virginia Beach Episcopal Fiesta, which was a grand excuse for myself, from Connecticut and VB'ers to get together for a cocktail and dinner .. good times were shared, and she will be greatly missed by all.
Ann was a dear, fun, and wise friend to us all, and especially to me.
May she rest in peace, and rise in Glory. Lovingly written....
Danny JD Cutting. Ridgefield, Ct.