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Anne Margaret Frew
02/24/1922 — 06/03/2008
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Idaho Falls, ID
Anne Margaret Frew
Anne M. Frew
Anne Margaret Frew was born in Idaho Falls, ID on Feb. 24, 1922 to Hugh and Marie Frew. She died on June 3, 2008 of complications from diabetes at the age of 86, residing in the Tri-Cities since 1948.
Anne was a bright student attending Idaho State for 1.5 years. She graduated from college of nursing in San Fransico, Columbia Basin JC with an AA degree and a BS degree in nursing from Eastern WA State U.
She was registered nurse for 28 yrs and found joy in her occupation. She worked in the U.S. Marine Hospital in San Fransico., Our Lady of Lourdes in Pasco, Holy Family in Spokane and for Dr. Mills private practice. She had a strong work ethic and worked hard at everything she did. Anne was married to Bill Paschke for 21 yrs. Anne later married Al Pippitt, both of whom are deceased.
She was always very active and found pleasure being with people. She volunteered much of her time after retirement to several organizations like the Food Bank, Meals on Wheels. Anne also belonged to Christ the King Catholic Church. Her faith was in the Lord and He meant everything to her. She was an active member of Richland Senior Citizen Association, along with Senior Duplicate Bridge Club and the Pinochle Club.
Anne and her husband Al spent several winters as "Snow-Birds" in Arizona where she kept busy with her many activities which included fishing, learning new dance steps and of course, socializing with her friends.
She had a wonderful since of humor and a very generous heart. Anne was an avid reader, never too far away from a stack of books. Mom loved gathering her family every Sunday to prepare meals for them, as cooking and new recipes were important to her. She loved animals, especially her kitty Lucy Lou.
Mom was a very loving mother and will be missed by her family and friends.
Anne is survived by 2 daughters, Jane McDonald Stewart and Marilynn Greene Loren and 2 sons, Mike and Robert Paschke. She has 3 grandchildren Heather Funk JP, Aaron Greene and Katherine Sapp Kevin and 4 great-grandchildren.
Any memorial contributions may be made to the Richland Senior Assoc. or Christ the King Catholic Church.
A memorial service will be held on June 13, 2:00PM at the indoor Mausoleum at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland.
I CAME TO ANNS HOUSE TODAY AFTER BRIDGE TO TELL U HOW SORRY I WAS, AND FOUND NOT ANYONE THERE. SHE GAVE
SO MUCH OF HERSELF TO THE SR. CENTER
AND TO OUR BRIDGE CLUB, AND WAS LOVED BY ALL. FONDLY, LEU
I VISITED ANN JUNE I AND MET BOB.I WAS HER DUPLICATE PARTNER AND HAD LOTS OF GAMES TOGETHER. I SHALL MISS HER,I ALWAYS ASKED OF THE CAT.I ALSO AM A RN.SHE WAS BRAVE DRIVING UP TO THE LAST.SORRY I CANNOT ATTEND SERVICE ON FRI. PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL FAMILY MEMBERS.
Please express all of our sympathy and prayers to my cousins and their families. We are sorry we will not be able to attend the memorial service. Both Larry and I remember Aunt Anne as a fun loving and out spoken person. We lift our glasses of “hooch” in her memory. “Here’s to you Aunt Anne.” May she rest in peace. With love Larry and M. Mical Willner
sorry to hear of Anne’s passing. we go back aways both working @ Our Lady of Lourdes in the 70-80’s. We had great times going to the PWP dances.
I was saddened to learn of Anneâs passing. Anne was a kind, warm-hearted lady with a great sense of humor. She was one of the highlights of our Pasco neighborhood, and she and my mom were great friends. While growing up, I had the sense of living in a neighborhood where the adults cared about all the kids, not just their own kids. Anne was a big reason for that, and it was a great feeling.