Ann was a very sweet person. I remember when I played hockey at the palestra, and if I was hungry, I could always run across the street and get a sandwich. Ann was like a mother to me and I'm sure a few others could say the same thing. Ann and my mom had many many hours in the junior hockey program. if it wern't for her and a few others, there probally would'nt be a junior hockey program.Ann was well liked by so many people, she's going to be missed.I loved you Ann, and you never will be forgotten by me.
Anna J. Greenleaf
April 28, 1921 - April 13, 2002
Dear Mike,Tom & family, We have many fond memories of your mom from the palestra days. our prayers are with you.
Tom, Mike, Aaron, Megan and families...I'm sorry I couldn't make it home for the services, but I want you all to know that you've been in my thoughts and in my prayers. When I think about Aunt Ann, I have very happy memories of her kindness and great sense of family - all the times everyone got together when we were growing up ... at Grandma's, the house on 3rd Street, and later at her home on Clark Street. I know losing a loved one is not easy, but her spirit lives on. She was such a special woman and she left a treasure chest full of wonderful memories. God Bless You All. Love, Joe
My condolences to the family! I had met "Aunt Ann" several times at Christmas through introductions by Daniel McDonnell and Ellen McDonnell. Ellen and I spent a couple hours at her house one Christmas season and Ann told Ellen stories about her mother that she never knew. A very nice lady who will surely be missed by many! Take Care, Dave
To Michael and Tommy I want to express my deep condolences on your personal loss. I wish I could be there to be with the rest family but I can't. But my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of sorrow. Auntie Anna will be greatly missed.
Tommy, Mike, Aaron, and Megan - It's so hard to lose someone who means so much to you. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult and sad time; I just wish I could be home to let you know in person. I have so many memories of family times as we were growing up and all the visiting we used to do - especially during the holidays. A very special memory that I have is from a couple of years ago when Dave and I went and visited with Aunt Ann over Christmas. She seemed happy to have our company and shared many memories of my mom with me, answering questions that very few, if any, people probably could anymore. I will miss her too. I know Aunt Ann thought the world of her family. Take Care and God Bless ! Ellen Sue
Our sympathy goes to Ann's family and friends. So many many times she wrote those numbers so perfectly in our little credit union book.