Patricia Gould (Duff)
Sharon "Kc" Collins (Hummel)
Linda Shollenbarger (Eggleston)
My dear Anna Mae, I just can not believe this. You are such a dear friend, so many good memories. Our trips to St. Louis and New York, lunches, shopping trips. Your family and your grandchildren are going to miss you so much. You were the best grandma ever!! Rest in Peace my friend.
Shirley "Gidge" Brittain (Reed)
Rest in Peace my friend. Love you bunches.
Patricia Lang (Helfer)
Dear Anna Mae,
This is a real shocker girl! We have been around the block together a "few" times. We have reminisced so often about working at Lloyds in the kitchen and going swimming at the Red Wood Motel after hours, followed by getting in trouble with the police!!. I am happy you are at peace now. And we can reminisce when we meet again. Will miss you at Huckleberries.
Darlene Smith (Tomhave)
Dick and I were so shocked and saddened to read the news about Anna Mae’s passing. Her family lived across the street from us on Center Street, we were neighbors for over 25 years. Chad and Soozie were great best friends until about six grade, when they realized they were not the same sex. Anna Mae and I always got a kick out of that. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Wilson family. ❤️ The Tomhave Family
Leo E Draegert
When we are called we must go!
You will be missed don't you know.
Rest in peace my clsss mate friend.
I know for sure I will see you again.
A star in heaven now you are!
In our hearts you are not to far.