September 10, 1963 ~ January 23, 2005
September 10, 1963 - January 23, 2005 Ann Elizabeth Peak beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 23, 2005. She is survived by her husband of 22 years, Ron, sons, Ethan and Spencer, parents, Bobb and Betty Dossey, and her brother, Kevin. Ann has enjoyed living in the South Bay for 35 years and has worked at the Daily Breeze for 2 decades. She has participated in AYSO soccer as player and coach for over 30 years. Ann will also be remembered for her kind and caring thoughts. Friends are welcome to attend memorial services at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 330 Palos Verdes Boulevard, Redondo Beach, CA 90277, on Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 10:30am. In lieu of flowers, donations to Ethan and Spencerâ€™s college funds would be greatly appreciated.
My thoughts and prayers are with Ron, Ethan and Spencer. I worked with Ann over 15 years. About 10 years ago, she and sons Ethan and Spencer attended a staff xmas party at our house. Ann was a wonderful person. She was always smiling and good-natured and easy to work with. She dummied The Entertainer for me, then Rave, the daily of course, Creative Parenting, South Bay Source, South Bay extra and just about anything you can imagine. I worked with her when I was features editor, entertainment editor and special sections editor. She was always a delight, and I miss her. My prayers are with you. Don Lechman
I worked with Ann everyday for a year and while I was pregnant with my son she helped me name him Noah. Ann was so easy to talk to and I had a lot going on she was my shoulder many, many times. She had the ability to make me laugh no matter what. And while she was sick I was in such awe of her bravery and good humor. She is such an inspiration. I miss her and my heart goes out to her family. See you later Annie Love, Michelle and Noah
My Thoughts and prayers are with ron and the two wonderful boy\’s that they had together , and for the few years that i got to know them annn felt like a sister to me in some times the way that we talked all the time.she always smiled and was a very had worker.and played soccer all the time .and also my prayers go so much for the family . I will miss you annie love bevrely cipolla
Dear Ron, Ethan, and Spencer, my heart and prayers go out to all of you. I am so sorry for your loss. Ann was one of the nicest people I\’ve met at RLC. She was always calm and cheerful. She and I shared Sunday school duties a few years ago. If it hadn\’t been for Ann I don\’t think I would have gotten through it. The kids wanted to play and I wanted them to learn their lesson and Ann just knew how to handle them. The children loved her. She played with them so easily. My prayers are with you all at this time. I will bring dinner over on Wed. 2/2. I\’ll see you on Saturday. Sincerely, Sally Fontana
Ron, our hearts are heavy with sorrow and our love goes out to you, the boys and family. You and Ann will always have a special place in our hearts. May the Lord\’s love, comfort you and give you peace through your sorrow. We are here for you.
Dear Ron, Ethan and Spencer, our thougts and hearts go out to you.Sarah and I will always remember all the fun and happy times we had with all of you at the beach, the picnics,the dinner nights and whenever we spent time together.Anni has been a very speical friend to me and made it easier for Sarah and I to be such a long way from home.We miss her. We will always keep you in our hearts. Be stong. We love you. Anja+Sarah
Ron, Ethan and Spencer, We are so sorry for your loss and are grieving alongside you. A donation for the college funds is forthcoming. Please let us know if we can do anything for you. Chris Cannon for the AYSO Reg 34 Soccer Family
Oh Annie. This is so hard. Thank you for sharing your life with your great family, my sisters Jackie & Linda and my entire family for as long as I can remember. I think I was 4 when I first met you… You will always be the cool girl with the great smile who lives up the hill past Brian\’s house…I know that God, Tim & Mike are caring for you now. God Bless you wonderul person. Your buddy forever, Joey.
We are so sorry we will not be able to attend Ann\’s memorial service, but we will be there in spirit. Ann was a wonderful and courageous young lady. We both worked with Ann at The Breeze and always remember that she always looked at the positive side of just about everything. We send our deepest sympathies to you, Ron, and all the family. Love, Betty & Dan
Ron, Ethan and Spencer; Please know that our deepest sympathy and prayers are with you and your family at this time and always. May Ann\’s beautiful memory help keep you strong. I knew from the moment I met Ann, that she was a special person, as well as her whole family. It was always a fun time to be in the company of the Peak family…she will be missed and remembered fondly. Love, The Marks-Hamaguchi family.