Christ Church United Methodist
4614 Brownsboro Rd
Saint Matthews, KY 40207
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Frances Ann Geise McLaughlin

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McLaughlin, Frances Ann Geise,

95, passed away Saturday, October 7, 2017 in Louisville.

A participant in the University of Louisville Bequeathal Program.

She was devoted to her husband, Jack, her sons Jack Jr. and David, her four grandchildren; Ian, Mathew, Adrianne and Seth, 10 great-grandchildren, brothers and wives, nieces, nephews, and to her many dear friends, who were so very special throughout her life. Ann will be missed by many.

World War II came and she met her love, Captain Jack Geise. They were married in 1944. They had a wonderful Army life, living three years in Germany, six years in Italy, traveling throughout Europe and England and stationed at various posts in the United States. Just before retirement Colonel Geise was hit with cancer.They had purchased a home in Louisville, KY, because it offered everything; trees, rolling hills, the right size city and most of all, good friends to be. It was the best decision they had ever made. They loved Louisville.

Ann was preceded in death by their precious son Jack Jr. in 1999 and her dear husband Jack in 1979. After being a widow for 20 years she met Robert McLaughlin. They were married in 2000. After a few beautiful years he lost his battle with ALS in 2006.

Ann did Red Cross volunteer work at many Army Hospitals, loved entertaining, gardening, was a member of Christ Church United Methodist Church, former member of Indian Hills Cherokee Club, former member of the Louisville Woman's Club, Derby Town Investment Club and Hurstbourne Country Club where she enjoyed golf, bridge and many friendships.

A memorial service will be held at Christ Church United Methodist, 4614 Brownsboro Road on Saturday, December 2, at 4 p.m. with visitation before the service at 3 p.m. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia with Colonel Geise.

Expressions of sympathy may be made to Christ Church United Methodist Church or .
Published in The Courier-Journal on Oct. 11, 2017
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