Sunday 1st of May 1938 - Saturday 11th of June 2022
My heart breaks for the family, you all are in my prayers. Anne was an exceptional lady with a mischievous twinkle in her eye and joy in her heart who will be missed. I spent more evenings and weekends at their house in High School than I can remember. They always welcomed me unconditionally. We had a lot of great times and conversations sitting around the dinner table. I'll tell this story in hopes that it will bring a smile to the family. One Sunday evening we were eating dinner and the conversation was flowing. I am not sure how the conversation came up but Anne says, "I'm feeling french." Malcolm looks at me and said something to the effect of "she's not talking to me" and he laughed. She started around the table and I bolted. She laughed and I ran. That was Anne to me--warm, fun-loving, and with a heart as big as Texas. RIP
Tom and Barbara Pettegtewsays
Prayers for the family and friends that you will find a peace that passes all understanding during this difficult time.
Anne had this way about her that just when you thought she was being this stiff proper no foolishness lady, she would pop out with something that would have us both laughing. She didn't dwell on my faults or mistakes and was full of life calling our outings an adventure. She had a way that once she accepted you in her circle you were hers to love and would refer to you as hers. We shared the love of nature especially when HER Finches would stop by to feed. So when I see one now it will be forever a reminder of Anne.
I will always remember she and Malcolm in that special place…”The Cabin”. They welcomed me into their home like I was part of their family. Malcom was my mentor with the bagpipes, and Anne patiently, tolerated our hours of playing, always with an encouraging word. The world has lost a fabulous person, but heaven has gained a singing angel. She will be missed and remembered by us all .
RIP dear friend. You were always supportive and a true Lexington Singers friend. You are missed! PRAYERS for your family. CORA
I loved her sparkling smile and her devotion to those she loved. She was a gem and I know she is happy to be with Malcolm again. I love you my dear friend and will see you again some day.