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December 09, 2019

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December 2, 2019
I had the pleasure to work with Anne at both the 8th Street and Southside locations of St. Luke's Hospital. She was always supportive of our Materials Management operation particularly when moving to the new Southside location with many new people and systems in place. She always took the time to work with me to enhance patient care and support to her department.
Anne was truly one of the GOOD ones! She will be missed.
December 1, 2019
Anne and I grew up on Epperson Ave. She was 12 years my senior andI I always thought that she was the sweetest lady and so very beautiful especially in her white nurses uniform. My fondest memory of her is when some kittens fell down inside a wall at the old St. Luke's Hospital on 8th Street. Annie talked someone into knocking a hole in the wall and getting the kittens out. She took them home and my mother and I walked down to their house to see them. Because I've always loved cats, she was an angel in my eyes.
Heaven now has a new animal keeper. RIP, sweet Annie.
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