- 79 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 14, 1934
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: Sep 15, 2014
- Place of passing:
Downingtown, Pennsylvania, United States
|Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. ~From a headstone in Ireland|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ann Fremont, 79, born on October 14, 1934 and passed away on September 15, 2014. We will remember her forever.
The funeral service will be held on Saturday Sept 27, 2014 at 11am:
St. Joseph Parish Downingtown
460 Manor Avenue,
Downingtown, PA 19335
This will be followed by a luncheon at 12:30pm:
Cornerstone Fellowship Church
101 Kylies Road,
Coatesville, PA 19320
We ask that instead of flowers, a donation be made to the the Holisticare Hospice. The took great care of Aggie in her final weeks and helped the family right after she died. They will also be looking on on Poppy over the next year. We really could not have done any of this without their help. Donations can be made via a check sent to:
c/o Holisticare Hospice, LLC
1131 Lancaster Avenue
Berwyn, PA 19312
"Uncle Mel, Chris & family:
Sorry for your loss of such a fun loving wife, mother and grandmother. Wish we could've been there in person but holidays were unavailable. However, we are there for you in spirit and hope you will remember all the good times as we are sure they were plentiful! Love always."
"Aunty Ann was a beautiful and unique person. I remember one time when I was young and both our families were visiting at the lake with the Renfrew family. Aunty Ann was sitting outside singing along to the David Bowie song Space Oddity. None of the other adults/parents had heard of David Bowie, let alone be able to sing the lyrics of the song. I was so impressed! I always think about Aunty Ann in that moment whenever I hear “Ground Control to Major Tom”.
We are sorry that we could not be there to support the family for the memorial service today. Our thoughts are with you all, today and in the days, weeks, and months to come.
That which you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments,
but what is woven into the lives of other people."
"I have never know life without Ann Fremont. She was a dear friend that we all considered family. She was my first employer, hiring me to clean her house and giving me a check each week for $8. The best part was our "tea breaks". We sat in wicker chairs filled with comfy pillows on her screened-in porch and sipped the most delicious tea I ever had. I can still taste it today. I've attributed my love of tea to Mrs. Fremont. She was a champion of whatever I accomplished and had the same outpouring of love for my children's achievements. Ann was my youngest daughter Lily's BFF and their relationship was precious. Heaven will never be the same now that Ann has arrived-- and we will never fill the hole she left in our hearts. Much love and support to her family."
"goodbye for now my beautiful, loving, fun,loyal friend...so much fun, love , sorrow and joy in our half century friendship. Really need to.write a novel to share You with the world. Love and prayers to your loving family."
"Our lives have been intertwined for over fifty years, many moves,through sorrow and joy. She was always in my corner, always my go to friend.Can't even imagine my days without her. God Bless my sweet, funny , supportive friend....see you soon, will continue then xxx"
"Aggie was always the life of the party, she was so full of love for everyone she met. You could always count on her for a great story, a laugh and of course a hug. I feel truly blessed that I had the opportunity to get to know Aggie over the years. She will be missed by all who knew her."
"With love and honor and respect I pay tribute to one of the most precious souls I have ever met on this earth journey .May your spirit rest in peace and soar with the angels .
We little knew the hour that you were going to get the call
the call that your earthly journey was complete.
In life we loved you dearly.
In death we do the same.
It break our hearts to lose you.
You do not go alone, for part of us went with you.
You left us peaceful memories.
Your love is still our guide.
And though we cannot see you, you are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, yet we know in love and spirit all that you gave and shared and taught is forever part of us. Rest in peace until we meet again.
But only those who love can tell
The pain of parting without farewell.
give us strength to face this blow,
What it meant losing you, no one will know.
To hear your voice, to see your smile,
To sit and talk with you awhile;
To be together in the same old way.
But loving memories never die
As years roll on and days go by;
In our hearts a memory is kept
Of the one we love and will never forget"
"There is not enough room here to say all I want to say about my best friend Aggie! She was larger than life and full of life! She was my guru, my savior, my mentor, and my role model. She is the most fun person I have ever known.
She had a wonderfully active imagination, she was a great actress, and she was filled to bursting with love, for everything, from animals to people...for flowers, and for her wonderful husband Mel.
No one, and no thing will ever take the place of My Aggie. The world is a richer place for having her in it, and a sadder more empty place without her."
"Aggie was so vibrant and so full of life. She adored her family and was adored in return. The world will be a little dimmer without her in it, but her legacy will shine on with the friends and family she leaves behind. No one could ever forget Aggie."
"You were my grandmother, my closest friend and biggest supporter. I am going to miss our phone calls and all the wonderful times we've spent together. I love you more and now you can't argue it. Say hello to everyone for me."
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