Ann E. Richter
1922 - 2004
BORN
1922
DIED
2004
FUNERAL HOME
Greenwood Funeral Homes-Greenwood Chapel
3100 White Settlement Rd.
Fort Worth, TX
Ann E. Richter, 81, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004.

Funeral: 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Greenwood Chapel. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Greenwood Funeral Home.

Ann was born Aug. 17, 1922, in Knoxville, Tenn. She graduated from high school in Maplewood, N.J. Early in her life, Ann was an airline hostess for TWA. She was a newsletter writer for the Petroleum Club, Kimbell Foods and the Fort Worth Press. Her passions were tennis, art and restoring old homes. She was active in the Fort Worth Women's Club, Garden Club and Unity Church.

Survivors: Husband, James Richter of Fort Worth; daughter, Leanna E. Thompson and her husband, Tommy, of Fort Worth; son, Robert J. Richter and his wife, Sharon, of Lake Jackson; grandchildren, Tim M. Thompson, Drew R. Thompson, Meagan Richter, Brittany Ann Richter and Robert J. Richter II; and niece, Ellen Salymosy and husband, Roger, of New York, N.Y.

Published by Star-Telegram on Feb. 26, 2004.
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Ann was my guardian angel. Her kind, caring and generous spirit was so greatly appreciated. I will always be greatful for her kindness, love and wisdom she shared with me. The Lord truly blessed us all that knew her. Blessings and Peace to you Leanna and your family.
Angela Dever
angela dever
March 23, 2004
I will truly miss Ann. I got to know her through a Master Mind group we were in together. She was such an inspiration to me. I never saw her without a smile. I am blessed for Ann having touched my life.
Debbie Hoover
March 23, 2004
She had loveliest of smiles - one that welcomed you whether stranger or long time friend. I remember it well. Though I knew her only briefly from attending Unity Church, I am blessed that our paths crossed. She will be missed.

Deepest sympathy to all.
Jeanne King
February 27, 2004
Ann will truly be missed by all.

Her smile and optimism were an inspiration to many. I never heard of her having a bad day. I am grateful to have known her.
Terri Smith, Chaplin-Unity Church of Fort Worth
February 26, 2004
I loved your mother - I feel like I've lost my sister. She came by my house every day. Her hair looked so pretty in her picture. She was a beautiful lady and one of the smartest most caring people I've ever known.
Ruth Rostohar
February 26, 2004
We are so sorry for you and your family. I'm Ruth Rostohar's daughter-in-law and we feel like we've lost a member of our family also. She was beautiful and we always thought of her as "June Allison".
Deborah Harrison
February 26, 2004
We'll miss you, Ann! But I know you've gone on to a glorious new world and your vibrant spirit is still with us... Thanks so much for your friendship. Blessings & Love, Lu
Lu Toner
February 26, 2004
Leanna - I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. I just wanted to let you know that I have very fond memories of her and I feel blessed to have known her. I particularly remember having had a wonderful talk with her after my loss of Ronnie. She was a special lady. Bless you & your family.

Donnie Griffin
Donnie Griffin
February 26, 2004
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