Condolence & Memory Journal

Ann was a long-time friend and unofficial relative of the Wray family. I have some happy memories of her. Patt Fairfield & family

Posted by Patt Fairfield - LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ - Friend (unofficial relative)   April 16, 2015

Your unconditional love will always be remembered, Grandma. You were there when I needed you most, and you got along with the punk scene like no other.

I'll always remember the times that you invited me to help you at the spaghetti dinners - cooking on a scale that can be only imagined. And the time that I put too much wax on your car. It didn't need to be redone for several years...

I'll never, ever, forget the time that you handed me the keys and asked me to drive after Grandpa passed away. You honored me then, and showed me respect that I didn't believe that I deserved.

I'm not sure if it was ever said to you, but I felt that every time you cooked dinner for us or made us milk pie, it was you saying how much you loved us all.

It brings us all great joy to know that you and Grandpa are together, again.

We all love you, Ezra, Eden, Valerie, and I wish you well on your journey.

Posted by John Simmons - Hamilton, OH   April 15, 2015

Anna was to me like a Mom rather than a mother-in-law. She shared with me the stories of her parents travel to the US. She was always a very sweet person. I will miss her. Jim

Posted by A friend   April 14, 2015