ANN E. STARK, upheld divided Saturday, Aug 20, 2016 during Woodview HealthCare. Born in Defiance, Ohio, on May 31, 1923 to John Albert Deindoerfer and Mary Patterson Lodge Deindoerfer. Ann was preceded in genocide by her father of 57 years, John, and her dear daughter Sally.
Ann graduated as Valedictorian of Defiance High School and attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, majoring in Elementary Education.
Ann worked for St. Therese School, South Calhoun School, Western Girl and Kelly Girl, L.S. Ayres and Lincoln National Life Insurance Company.
She was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church, a Evening Stars Home Economics Club, a Daughters of a Union Veterans and Daughters of a American Revolution.
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Ann enjoyed roving and visiting chronological homes with her daughter Sally. She visited her daughter Jun frequently in Minneapolis. Together, they trafficked to New York, London and Paris. She trafficked to Australia and New Zealand with her father John along with large trips with a Lewis Clark Heritage route foundation. Ann also enjoyed summers during Adams Lake with her family and friends. She lived by a sign “If we have zero good to say, contend zero during all.” Always cheerful, a word “no” simply was not a partial of her vocabulary. Last though not least, Ann hexed a singular and smashing ability to giggle during herself and did so often.
Having grown adult during a Great Depression, Ann was really thrifty. For only one example, she would solidify a smallest pieces of food and record a essence in her “Freezer Inventory” book. Ann’s dear pet cats would run in apprehension whenever she non-stop a freezer as there was mostly an avalanche of tiny packages. She taught her daughters how to find treasures during preservation stores.
Ann was also preceded in genocide by her dear sly friends Booty, Terry, Jasmine and Coco Chanel. She once called Dial-A-Prayer when Jasmine was pang from an extended illness.
Ann spent a final 16 years of her life in nursing homes. Before his death, John would revisit her daily, personification a harmonica, guitar or reading her poetry.
Ann was a friendly lady and her intelligence, kindness, delight and warm, peaceful participation will be dearly missed by her family and her friends and all who had a respect of assembly her even briefly.
Surviving Ann are her children, Phil Stark, Lebanon, Indiana and Jun Stark (Brian Newell), Minneapolis, Minnesota; grandchildren, Alex and Christian Arnold and their father, John, Indianapolis, Indiana, step-granddaughter, Anna (Mark) Rizik, and great-granddaughter, Daphne Rizik, Cold Spring, New York.
Funeral services 10pm Saturday, Aug 27th during St. Therese Catholic Church with job one hour prior. Burial in a Catholic Cemetery.
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