Rochester NY: January 6, 2016. Anne is survived by family and friends.
Anne, You will be forever missed. Although you were not officially a member of our family, you were treated as part of our family. Childhood friends with Mary, maid of honor at our wedding, godmother to our daughter Becky and always included in our family celebrations. Our prayers are with you and may you rest in peace. Love, Mary and Rich and family
Anne for those of us that knew you We shared a lot at “The Glen” We helped make RCA what it was…
Annie, Our lives were full of more adventures than most people only dream of. It was a great ride and you did it well. Go, in peace, light and love to new adventures. Soar high!
It is with sadness to hear that Anne has passed away. Anne worked for me at Xerox Field Engineering for a number of years. One of my fond memories was having had the opportunity to promote Anne to an exempt field engineer at a group meeting just before retiring from Xerox. It was a goal she had been working toward and it was my pleasure to make it happen for her. Anne was instrumental in producing the positive communication of the Field New Ideas Newsletter and Sixth Sense Support. She will be remembered as a valuable contributor as part of the Xerox Field Engineering Family. Anne will be greatly missed.
We worked with Annie for many years at the Glen. She was always great to work with. She was the most calm person ever on our radio network. It was an honor to have known her. We’ll miss her terribly. Love you, Annie!
Both Viv and I were just so sad to hear that Anne had passed away. Anne helped me greatly with my introduction to North American motorsport. We shared some fun times together at various tracks on both sides of the pond and it was a pleasure to welcome her as a guest to our home.
Anne will be greatly missed by all who were privileged to know her. RIP.
Richard Workman, Rochester, England
Anne was a long time dear friend. We shared lots of good times, & recipes. Her positive influence on me will be cherished. I will miss her, & may she rest in peace.
From the time her Spitfire met my P1800 back in ’67 and fell in love, till the time she left us all this year Anne taught me to remain calm in bad times and good and to stay true to myself. I hope to never forget what I learned from her. Many thanks Anne. “Where’s the driver?”
Anne, it is with sadness that I learn of your passing. I will always remember our shopping bus trip tours and all the fun we had. You taught me very well on how to find a great buy. I will treasure the memories and may you rest in peace my friend.
Gloria Torres, Rochester, NY
We spent many a day on extremely productive Field Engineering projects.
God Rest Your Soul.
Hi Annie, Since you had to leave us God must have needed someone to help redecorate heaven with lace & flowers.
You will always be remembered as the “Voice of the Glen” : the special way you had to calm us when all hell was breaking loose on our corner.
I consider myself fortunate to have our paths crossed.
You are missed.
Sincerely, Judy Cannon
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