Ann Rae Pinto

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Age 101, at peace with herself and the world, Ann died on Dec. 2nd. One of 11 children born to Frank and Rae Jacinto in Sacramento, Ann lived her whole life within 15 miles of where she was born. She was preceded in death by husbands, Edward Comer and Julio Pinto; and siblings, Mildred, Clive, Frances, Evelyn, Anita, Barbara and Frank. She is survived by siblings, Margaret, Lois and Jack; daughters, Jean Sadler (Bobby), Marianne MacDonald (Jim); grandchildren, Terri Caselli (Steve), Eric Davey (Kellie), Robert Fowler (Lori) and Edward Davey (Mary). Also survived by 8 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-granddaughter and numerous nieces and nephews. Ann worked at the CA Almond Growers and later at the DMV until her retirement. She loved to travel and took her first cross country railroad trip at age 18 with her mom. She has visited many countries and was always up for a trip to participate in family activities. An active member of The Sacramento American Portuguese Society, she also enjoyed dancing and gardening. She passed on her knowledge and love for raising plants to her daughters and grandchildren. Because of her beautiful spirit and kindness for others, Ann was chosen to be an Ambassador at The Commons at Elk Grove Assisted Living. She also received a Key to the City of Elk Grove on her 100th birthday. Rest in Peace Ann as you have shown us all how to make this world a better place. CELEBRATION OF ANN'S LIFE will be held on Saturday, January 12th at 11am at Country Oaks Baptist Church, located at 9717 Bond Rd., Elk Grove, CA 95624.
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Country Oaks Baptist Church
9717 Bond Rd
Elk Grove, CA 95624
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Published in The Sacramento Bee from Jan. 6 to Jan. 11, 2019