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  1. Anne was a very important member of the needlepoint community in southern California. She was a joy to be around, a helpful volunteer, and a dear friend. I have never seen her without a smile on her face, and a plan for some fantastic adventure in her future. I was so fortunate to have called her “friend” for the past ten years. She will live forever in my heart. All her stitching friends will miss her and celebrate her life with much love and remembrance.

  2. I met Anne through our shared joy of needlework. She always had a great story to tell about her travels with Bob in the motor home, jazz festivals, and most about her children and grandchildren. I always looked forward to visits to her home where she always was the best hostess. I will miss my stitching friend! My prayers to all the Lenker family.

  3. I was so blessed to have had Anne in my life. I learned many things about needlepoint and cross stitching along with kindness and what a beautiful woman she was. She was one of the most loving and kind woman I have had the opportunity to have as a friend. Anne always had stories to tell about the family, vacations, and grandchildren. These were the things important to her and she loved to share them. My prayers and thoughts go out to Bob and the family. Anne will always be with you in your heart and memories. Savor those memories. God bless you all, Ginger Colton

  4. After the luncheon where Ann and I worked together, and then the next Thursday —-we were at a stitch and chat and Ann was so happy because of her Grandchildren coming. If we only knew that the next day she was going to God, we may have been able to express our love and admiration for her. She was different from a lot of people and just a wonderful person. Good bye Ann you have our prayers and good wishes for the journey you are now taking. One of your stitchin’ buddies, Fran Lambert

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