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July 16, 2018

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February 15, 2010
To The Family of Aunt Annie,

May the Lord send special angels to comfort you with this sure knowledge your loved one is home and in the Lord's beautiful presence.

Aunt Annie was a remarkable lady we are better to have known and loved her.

Roy and Barbara Mallane and family
January 19, 2010
Aunt Annie,
I know I didnt get to visit that much but I really enjoyed getting to stop by and see you. I am very greatful that I got the chance to know you. I will miss you always. Love your Great Great Niece.
January 11, 2010
Aunt Annie,
You introduced me to so many friends and relatives and great experiences of the Coast.
Anywhere we went took twice as long because everyone knew you and we were always stopped to talk!
I am blessed to have had you in my life for the past few years, I wish it could have been longer. You were a wise woman, and I know some of that has worn off on me.
"I miss you already." Love,
Patricia
January 10, 2010
Annie was a remarkable lady. My earliest memories of her began almost 60 years ago when our grandmother, Peggy Gause, began taking the five of us and our Mother, Betty Gause Lutz, to Annies for lunch daily during our visits to the Pass each summer. Annie always had a big smile and kind words for each of us. Our Grandmother made us aware of how well she was respected in the community as well as the Church.

Last summer the five of us visited the Pass together after our Mother died to "walk in her footsteps". Mom was born in Gulfport in 1921 and spent her entire childhood in the Pass. The site of Annie's Restaurant was one of the places we visited while there. As we walked through the remains of that very familiar spot on Henderson Point, we reminisced of Annie and the part she played in our lives. While there we were even able to contact her by phone. She sounded just as she had all those years before.

We shared the last name, Lutz, with Annie. I can't remember if we ever established a family relationship, but I would certainly like to think so.