- 66 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 20, 1947
- Date of passing: May 27, 2013
|Let the memory of Annie be with us forever|
In Memory of Annie L. Beckman
In loving memory of Annie Lou (Greer) Beckman, 66, who passed away at 7:50 am, Monday, May 27, 2013. Born in Chicago, IL. Jan 21 1947, raised in CA and finally settling in Phoenix, AZ where she raised her children: Barbarella, Johnny & Jody Beckman. She also left behind her Soul-Mate of 30 years, Ron Steirwalt, her siblings, Murline Monat, Susan Francisco, Gary Greer and Julie Pacheco, and grandchildren, Lynette Beckman, Britney and Cody Adkins. Nephew Ian Monat, Nieces, Javanna Greer & daughter, Kylie. Aunt Gisela Ross & her son, Ury Krotinsky.
Annie had been suffering severe diabetes and grieving the loss of her Mother, holocaust survivor Lucy Pacheco for over 10 years. Early on she was well known for her talent in Photography and her witty personality. Annie was able to touch the hearts of many with her sense of humor and loving personality. Annie will be loved and missed by those who knew her best.
"Although you are gone you are not forgotten---Suzy and i speak of you often-- we mourn/ as we remember your passing"
"Happy Birthday Annie !!"
"In loving memory---You are not forgotten"
"Happy Birthday Annie --Love Charles and Suzy ."
"Annie, MOM Happy Mothers Day!! We Had a rough mother /daughter
relationship. I wish we could of talked more, so I could of understood what you had to go thru as a kid. Maybe it would of explained a lot.things about you Why you were the way you were to people, and especially me . Your still my mom and I wish we could of had that chance to make things different.. LOVE YOU Barbarella"
"Happy Birthday Annie
Thinking of you on your birthday and remembering it was the one time of year we would get together for a Lunch to catch up on thoughts and family and just enjoy a good meal with my Big Sister. I miss you.."
"Happy Birthday Annie"
"Happy New Year"
"Merry Christmas Annie (December 2013)"
"Annie was only four years older than me but for me she was bigger than life. She was the leader of our little clan of 4 as we ventured through our youth. Her ‘LIFE’ gave me a preview of the future fun I could have as I grew up. I was shy & looking back now I realize THE MOST FUN I HAD was being part of our little clan with Annie Leading the Way. Annie was my BIG SISTER and an Amazing Person!"
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