Let the memory of Anne be with us forever
  • 52 years old
  • Born on February 23, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
  • Passed away on January 17, 2008 in Greybull, Wyoming, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anne Durney 52 years old , born on February 23, 1955 and passed away on January 17, 2008. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Paul Murray on 19th February 2018
The last time I spoke to you was on the afternoon of Wednesday the 16th of March 1983. You told me how you had found love and gotten married. I was so happy for you. I still have the Gordon Lightfoot fake book you gave me as well as the friendship ring. You were there for me when I needed a friend. I am still terrible at backgammon. I looked for you too late to tell you about how I met someone and how my life was going.The world is a lesser place without you. I think about you often and I keep you in my prayers.You are in my heart and always will be. In the course of eternity I shall find you my friend. I miss the long talks.
Posted by Jeff Russell on 17th January 2018
I stopped by to honor the memory of Anne. I am grateful for the memories we have in our younger years. Donna and I still have wonderful memories and share them with each other. I just read the poem I wrote last year...and it still rings true. God bless the children of Anne....especially today.
Posted by Jeff Russell on 17th January 2017
I know it was part of God’s plan, When I read the post by Kerianne. The words I read must break your heart, And I’m writing now to give you support. I’ll start by writing a little history And I hope it will jog your memory. Your mom got to know Donna and me, While I was studying at the Seminary. Our kids played ball on teams together Different games in all kinds of weather During the games and when they did end, We had the Durney family as our friend. We shared meals and spent time together And enjoyed getting to know one another. You kids seemed to always stress our brains, But we got you to enjoy playing video games. When we moved from Virginia to Indiana, Your family said, “We’ll go and help ya.” We traveled along from state to state In trucks and cars down the interstate. In all of it, our move went very smooth And our friendship really helped our mood. It was afterward it all took a turn, As the bridge we built did fall and burn. It broke our heart, but we never did stop Loving you, for you stayed on the top Being our friends, even if all did change. The new reality, for us, sure was strange. Life does have its twists and its turns. The loss of our friends…it still burns. But there’s one thing no one can ever measure, And that is our love for you we’ll always treasure. We loved your mom and all you kids She was so special, these are no fibs. We grieved when we learned she passed away And for all of you kids, we certainly still do pray. I send my love to you in this poem, For in your grief you’re not alone. Our boys are with your mom up in heaven Jeff in 2005 and Rick in 2007. On the anniversary of your mom’s passing, I send my love and support. I am praying. We can look forward to a very, very special Day. All together in heaven shouting “Hip, Hip, Hooray!”

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