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Ann LaRoche King

Folly Beach, South Carolina

May 22, 1951 – Aug 19, 2019 (Age 68)

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Ann LaRoche King, 68, of Folly Beach, South Carolina, wife of D. Philip King left to be in the arms of our Lord and Savior on Monday, August 19, 2019. Her service will be held Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Saint James Church, 1872 Camp Road at 10:00 a.m. with interment to follow in the churchyard....

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Ann was my AP European history mentor at James Island Charter High School. She raised the bar for all her students. I remember her saying to me, "Make them analyze! Her mantra benefitted many students who succeeded with high passing scores on the AP exam.
I respected her deeply as a teacher and friend. She was sharp, witty and full of life.
Ann will live on in the memories of her family, friends, and students.

Just thinking of you Phil, and all the good times at Folly back in the day. You were and still are the luckiest man in the world to have found such a treasure as Ann. She was such a special person, I've thought of both of you over the years. Know we are praying for Ann, you and the whole family. I hope to somehow see you in the future. Your friends Scott and Connie Cameron, Ellijay, GA

Dearest Phil And Family

My Heart is broken for all of you. My Years knowing Ann were such an honor to me. She was a wonderful, kind and genuine Lady who always treated me with respect and caring. Phil and Ann's time living in Norfolk is how I got to know Ann. Loved her so much. Dear Phil and Children.. She loved all of you so much and was such a beautiful Wife, Mother and Friend. Please know I will be there with in heart and Soul on the 24th. My love and devotion to all of you.

Dear Phil and Family,

I was so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. Having not seen you all in many years could never dim how beautiful and wonderful a person Ann was, so special, warm and loving and you Phillip, always being to type of person and personality I always wanted to be. You folks were / are the kind of people that just gives a person faith in people. Please know I will always be a friend of your family. If I can ever be of help in any way, it would be my honor to do so. ...

Guy and I both have such fond memories of Ann, working with her at Trident Academy, many nights of shared dinners and listening to symphonies, her wonderful laugh that made everyone feel better. Our thoughts and prayers are always with your family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Condolences to the family. Ann was a lovely lady, wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and exemplary teacher. She will be missed. Hold onto memories of her forever.

May you find comfort in every word and gesture expressed at this time. Know that this world has lost a very dynamic personality. My heartfelt sympathy to the entire family.
Alma Mack Davis

Phil, Julie and i are so sorry to learn of Anns passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Tim & Julie Smith