GEDDES, Ann Elizabeth Bucy Ann Elizabeth Bucy Geddes passed away on July 30, 2020, in Dallas after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 61. Ann was born June 1, 1959, in Chicago to Helen Murdock Bucy and the late P. Craig Bucy. She graduated from The Grier School in Tyrone, PA. Following her passion for food, Ann attended Iowa State University in Ames, IA, where she earned her bachelor's degree in Food Science in 1981. She went on to enjoy a successful 39 years working in the food industry. Highlights of her career include developingrecipes in the Kraft test kitchens, hosting a dinner honoring her idol, Julia Child, and providing her global foodservice clients with first-class customer service. In August 1985, Ann married D. Michael Geddes, who she met while they were both studying at Iowa State University. After their wedding in Chicago, the newlyweds made their home in Dallas, where they raised their two children, Katherine E. Geddes, Esq. and Thomas A. Geddes. Ann loved cooking, entertaining friends and family, traveling, and volunteering, primarily at the St. Michael's Woman's Exchange. She will be remembered most for her contagious laughter, fierce love for her family and friends, and her motto "go big or go home." Ann is survived by her husband of almost 35 years and her two children, all of Dallas, TX; her mother Helen J. Meyer of Laguna Beach, CA; her sisters Sarah Thompson and Emily Bucy, M.D. and their respective families, all of Boulder, CO; her sister Clancy Bucy and her family of Charlotte, NC; and her brother Paul C. Bucy and his family of Rancho Mirage, CA. On December 21, 2020, Ann was committed to the columbaria at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in a private ceremony. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held Saturday, July 31, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 8011 Douglas Ave., Dallas, TX 75225. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ann's honor at one of the following: St. Michael's Woman's Exchange (https://www.smwexchange.com/
) or The Grier School (https://www.grier.org/giving#
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Published by Dallas Morning News from Jul. 18 to Jul. 25, 2021.