CARVER – Ann Louise, 51, of West Caledonia, Queens County passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 surrounded by her family and friends.
Born in Caledonia, she was a daughter of Shirley (Matthews) Carver of West Caledonia and the late Edward Carver.
Ann was a PCW for over thirty years working first with North Queens Nursing Home, Caledonia then with Queens Home Support until her illness forced her to early retirement. Although she had no children of her own, she enjoyed the company of the children of her friends. She loved her truck, her plaid shirts and was a tomboy at heart. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends.
Surviving besides her mother is her brother Roy at home.
She was predeceased by her sister Donna.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. A graveside memorial service will be held Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Jerome’s Catholic Cemetery, West Caledonia. Father Brian Murphy officiating. No flowers by request. Donations may be made to the family. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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judy quinn and George quinn
she will be missed by the people that new her rest in peace
Very sad to hear of a co-workers passing, my thoughts are with her family at this time.
mildred uhlman -leary
R.I.P.. Ann my friend ,,you suffered for many years ,,I recall taking you to out patients , many times ,, many years ago ,all to only have a needle for your pain ,,and bring you home to recover ,,not really getting to find out what was your problem ,,maybe if more test would have been done ,,we would still have you alive today ,, I heard you were suffering and just could not stand to see you like this ,,but now your no longer in pain and suffering ,, we have your special memories of you ,,and you will live in our hearts until the day God calls us all home together again ,,one at a time ,,your now with your dad and sister Donna ,who you loved dearly Thinking of your mom Shirley ,,and your brother Roy ,,in this sad time ,,
So sorry to hear about Ann passing . My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this sad time . She is free from pain now RIP MY Friend .
Ann–we miss you a lot already. Rest in Peace.
Deepest sympathy to the family.
Ann helped take care of my mother ( Flora Earley ) at the NQNH for many years.
As young children Ann, Donna and Roy played with my children when we were visiting N.S. in the summertime.
” We bury our parents on a hilltop,
but we bury our children in our hearts.”
Shirley&Roy,Sorry to hear about Ann,you will miss her a lot.My thoughts and prayers are with you.RiP Ann
sorry to hear about your loss. she had came to the house a few time to help me and we used to joke about her plaid shirts. when she came to the house one day when she was to visit she had on a plaid shirt like the one i was wearing and she would say i love your taste in shirts. she was a pleasant lady. i know i will miss her dearly.
To the family and close friends of Anne
So sorry to hear of Anne’s passing, she put up a good fight against a horrible disease, taking far too many people before their time! I had the pleasure of working with Anne @ NQNH for many yrs, we had alot of good laughs, she was always there for whatever and whomever needed anything done!! Changing a tire, getting a car started, she was our “handyperson”!! I will never forget her coming to work with her “pepsi” ,she said her fuel to get her through the shift!! I will also remember her percisely ironed uniforms, the pants always had a crease, so sharp I would tease her, you could cut your finger on!!
Cherish all your good memories, they will get you through the rough times. R.I.P Anne, you are now free, to watch over those you hold dear to your heart!!!
Shirley&Roy,sorry to hear of Anne,s passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Neil & Tracy Conrad
So sorry to hear of anne’s passing she was very strong and gave a good fight she will be sadly missed .She’s in our prayers.Anne your in a better place so rest in peace.
To Ann,s Family,So sorry to hear of your loss,Worked with Ann a few times when we had to have Two workers.she always had a smile.My Thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.May You Rest In Peace Ann..
Ronnie & Debbie Uhlman
Extending our Deepest Sympathy to Ann’s family, R.I.P. Ann, you will be truly missed.
To Ann’s Family, I worked with Ann at North Queens Nursing Home and then in Home Support, I know she will be missed at both agency’s. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Know that you are in my thoughts at this sad time in your lives.
Shirley and Roy, there are no words to express the hurt in your hearts right now. Just know that she was loved by so many people and her memories will live on forever in everybodys hearts. Take care. Ann is flying with the angels now.
Kathy Jo Rumbolt
To Ann’s family,
We are sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. She cared for my uncle at North Queen’s and always had a special place in his heart (Henry Fox). RIP Ann.
Shannon Jollimore and Family
Ann was a great lady and sure knew how to make you smile, she was a very fun loving person she was one or many at north queens that took care of my nan and also looked out for my grand dad even though he was just there to visit. He use to pick on her about her lil white toyota 🙂 even after nans passing Ann would stop in talk no matter where she seen us. To all of Ann’s family and friends you are all in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
Bryant, Shirley and Cindy Pushie
Deepest condolences to Ann’s family. Ann was such a great person and was taken way to young from us!!! We had many a great visits with Ann when we visited our mother at the nursing home. It was also a blessing to know that Ann was with our mother when she passed away. Ann will be greatly missed and will live on forever in our hearts!!!
charlie and ricky
to anns family So sorry for you loss ,ann was a fine person and will be missed by those who knew her best ,im sure she is up there making her presents known and helping someone in need of a helping hand .That was ANN R I P my friend
To Ann’s family,
Pls accept my heartfelt sympathy at this very difficult time. You know, there are but a few people in this world who always step up to the plate , help those in need, show no malice to others and who can simply enjoy life to the fullest. This is part of who Ann was. I will always have fond memories of her from the years we worked at the nursing home and the little chats we had outside of work. She will be missed . Thanks Ann for the many years of friendship we shared. Rest in peace.
I am so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. Her smile and laughter will be sadly missed, but will remain in our memories and hearts where there is no pain. My deepest sympathy to Shirley and Roy. You and Ann are in my prayers.
I was saddened to hear first of Ann’s illness, and then to read of her passing. She was a treasure when she helped to care for my Mother at the Nursing Home, and Mom thought she was a wonderfully caring person. We have to hope that Ann is in a better place, and free from pain. Her smile and twinkling eyes will remain in my mind …. my sympathy to her family.
My deepest sympathies to the family, Ann always had a kind word for those around her and I will remember our chats, may you rest in peace now Ann, free from pain and suffering, you are all in my prayers.
Suzanne & Ron Frail
Deepest sympathies to family and friends of Ann.
sorry to hear of a co- workers passing. worked with ann and she always had a smile. my prayers and thoughts are with the family at this sad time.
Ann was a lovely person and I enjoyed working with her,so sad to think of her gone from us.
My prayers are with the family & friends.
Dave Whynott and staff of carroll tri county gm
We are very sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. it is certainly a loss to your community. When she came to visit us she was always cheerfull and fulll of laughter. She will be missed by many.
Sorry to hear of Ann,s passing my love & prayers are with you .
God bless you all.
So sorry to hear of a co-workers passing, I never had the pleasure of working with Ann at a client’s home but I have heard many nice things about her. May she find peace and love in God’s healing arms. God be with the family at this sad time.
Louise (Uhlman) Veinot
I don’t remember meeting you for the first time, you were just always there. You were so good to us when we were growing up, and even still as an adult, I always knew I could count on you to help me if I needed it. When we were kids you treated us as your own, brought us little treats, a bag of chips or a bottle of pepsi, we thought we had the world when you came to visit, there was always an adventure around the corner. Whether it be a quick drive to the store, or off on a wild goose chase with you and mom, there was never a dull moment! I can only imagine what people thought when they saw three little kids and one woman pushing another in a Mini to get it started! (This happened more than once) One of my favorite memories has always been the day you, Shirley and Donna took us to Liverpool for a trip. It wasn’t always fun and games though, if we were fighting you never hesitated to step in and put us in our place, but we never held it against you 🙂 When Katie was in Nursery School I got to see you often, you always took the time to push Katie on the swings when you picked up Hailey, she always told me that she hoped I would be a little late so she could have a swing or two. You will forever hold a special place in my heart, I am so sorry that you had to endure so much pain and suffering. I can only hope that you are now resting peacefully, and that you know how very much you have meant to so many people, and what a difference you made in many lives. ♥
Dwight and Louise Fancy
With heavy hearts ,i send condolences to Shirley and Roy,and all of Anns family. Ann and I worked alot of evening shifts together over the years.We shared many good times and sad times.Ann was always the nurse we looked for if something broke on our shift.She was always there to help you out.Ann and I promised one of our residents that we would always look after his cat called Hazel. I guess that job is left for me Ann, but I will continue to take care of her and I am sure you and Henry will be looking down on us. To the family,it must be so difficult losing two girls in your family,but I am sure Ann is with Donna and her Dad and that would make her so happy.Rest In Peace Ann.You have fought a tough battle
Donna & Gilford Kempton
Extending our Deepest Sympathy to Ann’s family, R.I.P. Ann, you will be truly missed
Ann you will be missed from the bottom of my heart. my deepest thoughts are with you auntie Shirley and Roy she is with Donna and Uncle Eddie and is very happy iam sure and feeling so much better.
you are in my prayers and my heart.
Wanda and John Montgomery
So sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. John sends his love, Shirley and Roy. We’re here if there’s anything you need. Take care.
Ann will be missed by all who knew and loved her. <3
cedric@ susan smith
so sorry to here of the passing of ann she was a great person it didnt matter where you where she allways had a big hello . she will be missed by all that known her. deepest sympathy goes out to the family and friends of ann but she is free from all her pain and suffering R.I.P Ann.
Very sad to hear of your loss, Ann was a great gal with the brightest smile 🙂 she will light up heaven.
With a heavy heart i send my condolences to Annes family.You were tough and strong but now you are in a peaceful place not suffering any longer!!I remember your truck and how proud you were of it!Working at the home with you was always a pleasure you were always ready to lend a helping hand!!Your life was too shortbut you did a great deal of good while you were here!!RIP my friend! I will miss you!!!
Wanda MacNutt and Family
I know it is not right to question why things happen but human nature certainly doesn’t make that easy for us. I worked with Ann a long time and there was no question in anyones mind that we always felt safe when she was with us because there was no emergency too big for her to handle. She was nursing, housekeeping, kitchen and maintenance there after hours when those departments had all gone home for the day. She could run that facility if she was the only one in the building. We laughed many evening til we cried with Ann on, the only woman I have ever know and probably will ever know who used motor oil for moisturizer on her hands. I thank Ann also for being such a good friend to my mom, she called her often and visited, and to mom there was no one like Ann. Our sincere condolences to Shirley, Roy and the extended family.
Christine Cushing McLean
So sorry to here someone as young and full of life has left us behind. My condolences to her mother Shirley and brother Roy. May God give you strength at this time of sorrow. Ann and I were in the same classes most of the way through school and I know she will be greatly missed by all of us. RIP Ann.
Condolences to Anns family. worked with Ann for several yrs. at n.q.n.h. To her family; always try to remember that Ann is now free of pain and suffering.RIP Ann!!
Michael & Marie Conway
It is not what we have in our lifetime, but the lives that we touch and you “touched so many lives with so much love, compassion, understanding and thoughtfulness”… you will be missed by many and loved by all Ann… Our hearts ache for Shirley and Roy for their loss… Thinking of you today and always… RIP Ann
To Ann family, my deepest sympathy to you. I went to school with Ann at NQRH many years ago and we were good friends. She was wonderful then and we shared many laughs for which I am thankful. I can tell reading the condolences that she was well loved. Hugs to you all. ( I’m Everett Uhlmans daughter in case you don’t recognize my married name)