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Ann Powers 1

In Loving Memory

Powers, Ann Louise (nee Wallner)

June 30, 1952 - May 6, 2024

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Monday, May 6, 2024.  Beloved wife of Thomas Joseph Powers.  Dear daughter of the late Edward and Theresa Wallner.  Dear sister of Mary (Dave) Hanson, Susan (Richard) Jackson, Joan (Joe) Moorman, Laura (Michael) May, Clare (Frank) Cracchiolo and Patti Baker.  Wonderful and loving aunt of John and Kim Hanson, Wesley Jackson, Maryann (Ben) Hackett, Sam Jackson, Joe Moorman, Katie (Hafsteinn) Hjorleifsson, Monica May, Nicole (Patrick) Willett, Catherine and Caroline May, Abby (Tony) Medina, Kim (Andrew) Barr, Hannah Cracchiolo and Matthew Baker.  Dear daughter-in-law of Patricia and the late Edward Powers.  Our dear sister-in-law, great aunt, cousin and friend to many.

SERVICES:  Funeral from Kutis Affton Chapel (10151 Gravois Road Affton, Missouri 63123) on Thursday, May 9, 9:30 a.m. to St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church for 10:00 a.m. Mass.  Interment Resurrection Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, contributions to the charity of your choice appreciated.  Visitation Wednesday 4 – 8 p.m.

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10 thoughts on “Powers, Ann Louise (nee Wallner)”

  1. Oh Ann i will miss our conversations we had before my shift started. I loved you and will miss you! I’m saddened to see you passed as i haven’t seen you and wondered what had happened to you.. I’ll forever carry a special piece of you in my heart..I know your free sweet angel 🤍 until we see each other again some day

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  2. Cousin Ann was one of the sweetest people I have known. She had such a kind and giving heart and gave so much of herself to others. She had many friends from Saint Anthony Hospital where she worked for over 40 years and continued on at Walmart for many years after that with lasting friendships there as well.
    I will miss her daily phone calls which was so much part of my routine. Rest well in heaven, dear Ann.

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  3. Rest in peace sweet Ann. You gave much of yourself to your family and others and you were always such a dedicated employee at St. Anthony’s . My sincere condolences to your dear husband Tom and your sisters and their families on your passing. Hard to imagine.
    God Bless,

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  4. Everyone here at Axes Physical Therapy will miss your generosity and kindness. How you made us smile and how you were always ready to try anything. Our condolences go to your loving husband Tom who always made sure you had a ride here to see us!
    God Bless,
    Arnold Axes Physical Therapy

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  5. I met Ann 53 years ago at the lunch table in high school, Bishop DuBourg. We hung out at each others house, going out for fun and dancing to the radio. She was a bridesmaid in my wedding and I was a bridesmaid in hers. She kept us together even when I left to live in Ohio and now Florida. She was always there to talk to and a very giving and caring person. Glad I was able to attend her last Christmas Party, which she loved giving. My condolences to Tom and her entire family. I will miss you Ann! See you in the next life! Rest in Peace.

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  6. Rest in peace Mrs. Ann, Tom, sorry for your loss you and your family are in my prayers, May God bring you peace and comfort in your time of need and he gives you strength in your time of sorrow. Your loved one will shine and smile down on you when you feel saddened, she will brighten up your day.

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  7. I met you at Walmart and right away you were my best friend there I loved your phone calls and talking to you about everything I’m going to miss you so much See you in Heaven Ann I love you

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  8. Words cannot say, Annie i will miss you . We worked to gether at st anthonys we had fun going shopping lunch and playing slots together. Rest in peace my condolences to Tom and the family.

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  9. Dearest Tom and family, So sorry for your great loss!! Ann was such a caring and authentic and generous person–she will surely be missed by all of the people whose lives she touched in her special way. As cousins, we spent some wonderful family times together when we were kids! I always looked forward to seeing Ann Louise–she always had a big smile and had such a gentle spirit. May she rest in peace. Lots of love and prayers, Mary Ann Gallini Patterson

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  10. My cousin Ann was a sweet and loveable childhood friend.  It was always so much fun to visit Ann and her six sisters as kids and as we grew older.  Although we didn’t stay in touch when I moved to Canada, I felt she was still very much in my life from stories I heard of her wonderful life with Tom, her generosity and friendships, her dedication to her family, friends and work, her kind heart. What a joy it was to see Ann and Tom last year during a visit to St. Louis, healthy, happy and always laughing.  Rest in peace dear Ann. We will miss you.

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