ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anne Marie Barber. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Elizabeth Cooper on April 8, 2021
Words fail me I can't believe you have gone Anne-marie, but what I will say is that you will never be forgotten. You will be in our hearts forever ❤️
Posted by Jayne Allsworth on April 6, 2021
Annie I’m so honoured to be able to say I was part of your life, a life taken all so sudden , a loss for us , but a gain for the angels.
We grew up together through the good days and the not so good at school: we played lots of pranks on each other at school, and most of all we laughed a lot, we were in the choir together and would stay in at lunch time and rehearse memories with mr Jones
Annie your a special lady RIP with Jesus and the angels until we meet againX❤️X
Posted by Lynne Rogers on April 5, 2021
To, Annie ❤️
I’m totally heart broken you had to leave us so soon. I will always be so grateful for nearly 30 years of friendship. And everything you have done for me and my boys ❤️
I will miss you so much , I will never forget you and you will always be in my heart , always on my mind.
You are such a lovely person inside and out. Got a massive heart of gold, fun , loving and caring and very special too. There will only be one person in the world like you. My boys adore you and you mean so much to them too. I won’t put on here what I used to call you, as that was your nickname for me.
I know you will be looked after up there with your dad and mum.
R.I.P Annie ~ love you and miss you so much ❤️❤️ Xxxxxx love from your baby girl as you called me ❤️❤️❤️ Xxx
Posted by Martine French on April 4, 2021
Ann it was an honour to have known you. You were a very kind and friendly person. You will be missed my friend. Always love you mon amie.
Posted by Tracy Laurence on April 4, 2021
Miss you Ann. You were such a great friend and we had loads of fun and laughs. Love you girl

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Posted by Elizabeth Cooper on April 8, 2021
Words fail me I can't believe you have gone Anne-marie, but what I will say is that you will never be forgotten. You will be in our hearts forever ❤️
Posted by Jayne Allsworth on April 6, 2021
Annie I’m so honoured to be able to say I was part of your life, a life taken all so sudden , a loss for us , but a gain for the angels.
We grew up together through the good days and the not so good at school: we played lots of pranks on each other at school, and most of all we laughed a lot, we were in the choir together and would stay in at lunch time and rehearse memories with mr Jones
Annie your a special lady RIP with Jesus and the angels until we meet againX❤️X
Posted by Lynne Rogers on April 5, 2021
To, Annie ❤️
I’m totally heart broken you had to leave us so soon. I will always be so grateful for nearly 30 years of friendship. And everything you have done for me and my boys ❤️
I will miss you so much , I will never forget you and you will always be in my heart , always on my mind.
You are such a lovely person inside and out. Got a massive heart of gold, fun , loving and caring and very special too. There will only be one person in the world like you. My boys adore you and you mean so much to them too. I won’t put on here what I used to call you, as that was your nickname for me.
I know you will be looked after up there with your dad and mum.
R.I.P Annie ~ love you and miss you so much ❤️❤️ Xxxxxx love from your baby girl as you called me ❤️❤️❤️ Xxx
her Life

Our lovable Anne

Anne was like a sister to me, she mostly bought me  cards entitled ‘To My Sister’. To me she was a friend who turned into a family member. 
I met her when she was working in Frank’s nightclub in Cliftonville, I was helping Frank out in the restaurant which I really enjoyed and Anne was working on the reception/cloakroom and sometimes behind the bar. 
We became good friends over the next few years, we went clubbing together, we never seemed to leave the dance floor. She would only need one Archers & lemonade and she was away dancing and singing  all night I remember. Fun times, lots of fond memories as I’m sure you all have.
I introduced her to my brother Paul when she was 23 and they quickly became an item. 
I would love to hear all your memories of our dearly beloved Anne ‘The girl with a heart of gold’
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