Ann Lisbeth Richter
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Richter, Ann Lisbeth age 82, of Mpls. Preceded in death by husband, Melvin; son, Mike; grandson, Joey; & great-grandson, Dayton. Survived by sons, Steve (Debi), Tom (Marcia), Patrick (Annette), John (Linda), and Joe (Dawn); daughters, Cathy (Bob) Lauritzen and Chris (Bill) Burggraff; 19 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; daughter- in-law, Liz; niece, Karen Noukki; Marlys and other night owl friends. She bravely fought against Leukemia. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Thursday at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, 5155 Emerson Ave. N., Mpls. Visitation 4-7 PM Wednesday with a prayer service at 7 PM at Evans- Nordby Funeral Home, 6000 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center. Visitation also 1 hour prior to Mass at church. Private inurnment at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Evans-Nordby 763-533-3000
This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.

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Published in Legacy from Jan. 1 to Jan. 3, 2007.
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January 17, 2007
I am so sorry for the loss of a nice woman. I did not find out about her death until today, 1/17/2007, as I was not in the State. I new Ann many years ago and she was a kind, sincere, but most of all, I remember her as a very smart lady. Smile, yes, she always had one. Again, I am sorry for the family loss.
Dori Leininger (Berthiaume)
January 4, 2007
Grandma Ann and family~
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of grandma Ann. She was such a wonderful and sincere person. I am going to miss her smile:) Just know that you are all in our hearts and prayers at this difficult time:) Let us know if you need anything! Love you all!
Kelly Jansson
January 3, 2007
Ann traveled with my tour groups to the South Pacific in 1995 and to Europe a few times in the 1990's. What a woman of insight, compassion, wisdom and joy! Even though Ann was given no chaperone responsibilities, she subtly shared concerns with me about a girl's eating disorder...a disorder that I had not made public. Ann's insight was so impressive! Often I recall the comment my then-16-year old daughter made about Ann, "Mom, I have never seen an adult smile so much!" I would love to receive such a compliment! Just a few years ago Ann's path crossed mine again when we both attended the Connect Retreat for women surviving cancer. She epitomized strength as she downplayed the leukemia and focused on living. Her love for life is an inspiration and testimony to each of us. God bless Ann's family and friends.
Jan Heyerdahl
January 3, 2007
To a truly remarkable lady, thank you for letting me be a part of your family.
Marcia
January 3, 2007
I worked with Ann as her foster care licensing worker for several years. I remember her as a very energetic and positive individual with a smile on her face everytime we met. She provided a great service to the children placed in her home and was a wonderful care-taker. I feel fortunate that I had the opportunity to work with Ann and got to know her, even though it was for a brief period of time in comparison to the many other lives she touched. My sympathies to family and friends of Ann's. She will be greatly missed.
Mike Kalpiers
January 2, 2007
My first thoughts of Grandma Ann are of how gentle she was. Almost all my memories of her include her being surrounded by family with a smile on her face. She was such an extraordinary woman and I will miss her very much.
Hannah Gilbert
January 1, 2007
I LOVE you great gramma Ann,love Nia Rae:)(and Tara and Steve)
Tara Richter-Teresi
January 1, 2007
My deepest sympathy to Annie's family. I worked with Annie at HCYF and there was always a smile on her face which made being at work so much easier. See was our inspiration and I told her I wanted to be like her when I get older. Full of love for family, friends, all people and life. It radiated through her, as she was a gift to many. Annie will always hold a special place in my heart.
Joan Phenow
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