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1923 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Mildred "Ann" Kraushaar Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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July 19, 2016
Anne was class; no one like her. When she and my mom would get together, they were thick as thieves. Always carrying on. Laughing about something, poking fun at each other, radiating when each would come around. I remember my mom telling a story that she owed Anne 20 bucks and tried to pay her one day when they were at the coast and Anne refused so mom told her that she was going to throw the 20 in the fire and Anne said go right ahead and throw it in the fire so that is exactly what my mother did. When mom got to this point in the story she'd always delight in saying that Anne jumped right in the fireplace and pulled out the burning 20 like Anne was some sort of fool! That was the way these two were. Always looking for something to laugh about, a couple of silly school girls.

Like most kids, I didn't much care for adults, except for a handful, and Anne was one (and Otto too). Anne always delighted in seeing me. No judgement. No getting on my case for doing something stupid in front of her. Just delight. I learned from these few adults that you could be an outstanding grownup and still be a child at heart.

John, Dan, Nancy, and Jane. We had some great times together. Doing a family vacation at Crescent Lake for a week in August like the good old day. Susie and I will send a toast out to you and your folks.
July 18, 2016
Dan, I see we both lost our remarkable Mom's a week apart. Both 1st Lt. RN's during WWll. Your Mom certainly had a rich, fulfilling life, I am sorry for your loss.