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In Memory

Elizabeth Ann Bonnette (Husarik)

Elizabeth Ann Bonnette (Husarik)

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08/21/09 09:00 AM #1    

Elizabeth Ann Bonnette (Husarik)

Ann was my beautiful sister. I always wanted to be just like her. She so enjoyed the cards from her classmates and the frequent emails. Her battle with ovarian cancer lasted six years. She is at rest now. She will be greatly missed. jeanette

08/21/09 01:24 PM #2    

Judith Johnson (Royalty)

Ann was a dear friend, starting in 1952 when I moved to Marietta and we attended the New Fairview Heights school in 6th grade. Both of us lived on Harmar Hill. I am sad at her passing, yet applauding her valiant battle with cancer. She was a woman of great faith and love, beautiful inside and out. I felt really honored that she had requested I sing at her funeral. What a joy to meet her daughters/spouses and Grandchildren. Judy Royalty

08/21/09 11:05 PM #3    

Fred Bay

My most favorite picture in the "OUR STORY" project is one with Ann and Ernie together with Charlene and Bob Eredics and Judy and Rich Royalty. In this picture everyone is holding hands at a recent class reunion and the warmth seems to radiate to the viewer. I decided some time back to use this as the opening picture in the entire project since it illustrated the special relationship that we all share in common.

Our prayers and thoughts go out to her family. Ann was a wonderful and special person and friend, her courage set the example for all of us.

Fred Bay

08/24/09 11:33 AM #4    

Margaret Beaver (Birmingham)

I remember Ann from home room and a lot of classes together. She was soft spoken and kind to everyone. I wish she could have made it to our reunion; but will be there in spirit.

09/14/10 08:49 PM #5    

Kathy Friedlander (Kahsar)

My mother (Toby Wright Friedlander), Linda Engle Ann played together in grade school. and were in the same social circle in high school.  When my mother passed away Linda sent me a letter , sharing stories of times they all shared together.  Sorry to know they are all gone now, but I know they are in a better place with no pain and only happiness.  Kathy Friedlander Kahsar

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