Anne LaRoseResided in White Pine, MIDied February 4, 2006 Anne C. LaRose, age 70, of 54 Maple, White Pine, MI and currently residing in Gladstone, died Saturday February 4, 2006 at her daughter Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Aunt Anne will be greatly missed by all of us. My brothers and myself grew up around the LaRose house and it was always fun to be around her. To me she always had a smile on her face. Alittle while back we went to see them in Whitepine and have lunch with her, I’m glad we made that trip. I will always remember the nitted hats and gloves with the great big tassel on the top that she would make for us at christmas. I still have not figured how she ever found some of those colors she used. Aunt Anne is now a angel looking down on us all.
Love you always,
Ann will always be remembered as a friend in White Pine. I had the privilage to be associated with Ann in the Faith Lutheran Church and in Lions Club. I will always remember her beautiful smile. She will be missed in our community.
Carl & Sara Domitrovich
White Pine, MI
Ann was the best sister ever. She was also my friend and was always there for me. She loved her family and she loved her Lord. I have no doubt where she will spend eternity. I will miss her. Until we meet again…I love you. Give mom a kiss for me.
Your little sister,
Linda (Cricket) Detloff
Anne was my daughter-in-law, Nancy’s, Mother. Anne was my friend whose visits were so welcome at family gatherings. She had a special gift of conversing which put me at ease on all occasions. I was blessed to know her.
I remember first meeting Anna in Marenisco through Cricket.. I worked with Vern underground and they were a perfect pair. Anna always had time for others…Always there to help out at the Legion whenever someone needed it. When my dad was diagnosed with Cancer a little over a year ago she was there to do what she could to help, and to lend a prayer, and a caring word. Rosey.. my heart goes out to you.. you are the best and so was Anna. I am just blessed to have known her.
To pay our respects at this sad time.
Paul and Yvonne Lencioni
White Pine, MI
She was my mom, my friend, my everything… she is sadly missed by us all. Thanks to all of those who made dealing with her passing a little bit easier.
Anne and I have corresponded for the last 40 plus years. We have shared our families joys and disappointments. Laughed together over the funny things and sympathised with the sad ones. When I had the opportunity to visit America in 1995 a visit with Anne was at the top of my list. We didn’t meet as strangers but as long time friends. Did we talk. Although we could only manage a weekend together I will treasure the memories and the fact that Anne shared so much of her life with me.
Her friend Margaret Monk