Anne Doherty

San Francisco, California


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Anne Doherty Born in Ireland on June 23, 1938, has passed peacefully from this world on April 17, 2011. Anne was the treasured and loving wife of Michael, the "mayor" of the 1400 block of Ulloa Street; beloved daughter of the late Catherine and Peter Beirne and the dedicated...

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Rest in peace Anne, thank you for all those lovely gifts at christmas we were always so excited as children to get the 'parcel' from America, and to open it in Grandads house on Christmas Day. You were always so kind and warm hearted and so nice to us, especially when myself and Ellen were in San Fran and Mum was so sick in Ireland. May you be free of any pain or suffering, we will all miss you dearly, Lots of Love Louise Roche Galway xxx

our prayers are with you.loved seeing you both in sc you always looked so devoted

My sincere sympathies. As a child, I always appreciated Anne and Mike's hospitality. Anne made a wonderful Irish fruit cake and cup of tea!
Love, Teresa McDevitt and Eugene Sheehan

All the Roches in Ireland will miss Anne very much. She was always so thoughtful with her Christmas gifts and phone calls, and stories. I personally used to love calling to the house in San Francisco (with my Dad, Aunt Carmel, or sisters), where I would be sure to get a delicious dinner. I loved meeting Anne for lunch (and dessert of course) in the Hyatt at the Embarcadero. When my Mum was sick, she and Michael brought Louise, my sister and I to SFO airport to fly home. She was so full of...

Sorry to hear about Anne - dad rang and told me on Monday - Thoughts and prayers are with you at the this time Uncle Micky.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Uncle Mike. Till the road rises up to meet you, may you take comfort in your faith, and in the knowledge that the love you have for Ann, lives on with her, in heaven.

With Aunt Rose's beads in hand, I will be joining you for the rosary, here in Arizona, Wednesday at 10am.

One day, the entire family will be reunited, and what a glorious day in heaven it shall be.

Until then, with love and remembrance,

I am so sorry to hear about Ann. I will always remember our fun times at the FUND, especially the days when we were in the same unit and we had lots of laughs. Will miss you Ann.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.