- 62 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 12, 1948
- Date of passing: Nov 1, 2010
|Let the memory of Ann be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Ann Perius-Parker who was born on August 12, 1948 and passed away on November 1, 2010. We will remember her forever.
"Happy Birthday Ann! I will never forget."
"Happy Birthday Sis. I think of you often and miss you so much. I regret that we weren't closer to each other when we had the chance. Think of you often, with loving memories."
"There are none to compare to you, a heart so rare. I can still see you sitting by the window; the morning sun light on your beautiful face & red hair, drinking our morning coffee and catching up on our lives since our last visit. You are dearly loved & missed. Thankful for all the memories."
"Think of you often, Annie, of all the good times we shared, and all the problem-solving we tried to do. Mostly the laughter we generated and your curiosity about all things. You are with me."
"You're in my heart, Annie! I remember you as a young woman in college, as a wife, as a world traveler; best of all as a sweet and sensible friend who showed her love and her great sense of humor frequently. Viva la compagnie!"
"I miss you sister, and hold your memories dear in my heart. You blessed me with so many! I love you, and always hold you dear in my heart."
"May your heart always be joyful,
May your song always be sung,
May you stay forever young.
Christmas card from Ann in 2005"
"May your hands always be busy,
May your feet always be swift,
May you have a strong foundation
When the winds of changes shift."
"You are with me sis, always."
"Sis. I feel your presence and grace often. I miss you truly.
Berries, nature and a cold brew at the end of a long day. Know you are in a good place, and in my heart always."
"I want your spirit to laugh and smile each day, to inspire you as much as it has inspired me. We celebrate you, Annie!"
"It is a mystery...Morning I came across the candle we have made together in Szentendre (photo). I didn't know then that this is a special day.
"A year now.
Last week on the most beautiful sunny fall day, I hiked where we last hiked, on the Butte, with my celebrant friend, Laura, with you in mind. I brought photos of you, us, your photography, etc. We did our own celebration of you and your life in a beautiful space, surrounded by gorgeous nature. Miss you and your smile."
"How many times I have been thankful to know you..........so many gifts given that I didn't ask for became appreciated. You are one of those gifts. Love you, Annie, and miss you."
"When I was going to make a journey to Grand Canyon, she said to me: sit on the rim at a lonely place at sunset, take a bottle of wine and enjoy it. I've done it. Missing you, Ann."
"Annie, never met you, but you were always in my prayers. My Mom is up there with her sister, Your grandma Eileen Perius, don't let them boss you around. But if they cook, eat it, best cooks in the world. You gave a good fight. Love you. RIP.....Pat"
"Annie, I will always cherish our time together. You are missed more each day. I can still hear you laughing. Thanks for all you gave to me, sharing yourself so completely. You helped me to accept others for who they are, not who I wanted them to be. Gracias, amiga!!"
"I miss you much, sis. Its your day, and I know you would celebrate with the simplest of treats, the finest of friends and the riches of the heart. You are missed in my heart. Gwynne"
"We wanted to walk more in Budapest..."
"You touched my life with joy in all the wonderful times we shared together. Confessing our intermost thoughts and dreams with each other. I will forever remember your summer visits of picking raspberries, making jam & eating pie for breakfast. Laughing with each other because we were happy to be together. Until we meet again you will be in my heart and in Gods perfect care. Aunt Darlene"
"I met Annie when she was just seventeen and we hit it off right away. She was so polite, but I could tell there was a sparkling personality under her considerate veneer.
Through the years we kept in touch, not seeing a lot of one another, but when we did, it was like continuing a pleasant greeting.
Her smile and fine qualities remain for all who loved her."
"I am sorry I never met you, but knew your dad, my cousin Dale. I know you are in a better place now. My you find happiness in Heaven.
Love, Sherlyn and John Ryan"
"God bless you Annie, May you rest in peace. Love, Cousin Pat"
"I find joy in the thought that you are sharing pickles or having "the best beer of the day" with Uncle Gene now.Your red hair, clear blue eyes, and made up "wordisms" (sleep issues=sleepyshoes)Seeing tears roll down your cheeks from laughter, picking berrys and fighting over the last piece of cobbler,are some of my fondest memories together. Rest in Peace, Sis"
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