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 Ann Louise Reichtell

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Ann Louise Reichtell

Birth
Rhode Island, USA
Death
17 Oct 2007 (aged 51)
Colorado, USA
Burial
Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA
Memorial ID
66444474 View Source

My Mom and her name was Ann Louise (Norris) Reichtell, she was the youngest of my grandma's future four children, Rupert Jr, Arlene, Linda Lay, and Ann Louise.

Ann was born on September 25, 1956 in Westerly, Rhode Island. She was a sweet, precious, and a wonderful Mom.

True story about my Mom when she was a little girl. A cute little incident happened on her fourth birthday. When she awakened, her Mom (my grandma Doris) said I wished her a Happy Birthday. Her (Ann) reply was: "No, not yet." (Very puzzled, I wondered what was going on? - my grandma) After the evening meal, gifts were brought out, Birthday cake with candles all lit up and we all sang "Happy Birthday" and then she (Ann) said, "Now it's my birthday!"

One early summer evening, my grandma (Ann's Mom) was preparing Ann for bed. As was our usual bedtime procedure: reviewing her Bible lessons which was on the Second Coming of Christ. Jesus was coming again with all the Angels and with great power and glory! In the middle of all this, Ann jumped off her bed, ran to bedroom window, looked up at the sky and from the bottom of her heart cried, "Oh Jesus, when are you coming? I've waited all my life!" She was only four years old at the time. (Smile)

Ann was seven years old when her parents and her siblings moved from New London, Connecticut to Barstow, California in 1964.

Her (Ann) future children, Heather and me (Rachel) were always first in her life.

I will type more about it later….

My Mom and her name was Ann Louise (Norris) Reichtell, she was the youngest of my grandma's future four children, Rupert Jr, Arlene, Linda Lay, and Ann Louise.

Ann was born on September 25, 1956 in Westerly, Rhode Island. She was a sweet, precious, and a wonderful Mom.

True story about my Mom when she was a little girl. A cute little incident happened on her fourth birthday. When she awakened, her Mom (my grandma Doris) said I wished her a Happy Birthday. Her (Ann) reply was: "No, not yet." (Very puzzled, I wondered what was going on? - my grandma) After the evening meal, gifts were brought out, Birthday cake with candles all lit up and we all sang "Happy Birthday" and then she (Ann) said, "Now it's my birthday!"

One early summer evening, my grandma (Ann's Mom) was preparing Ann for bed. As was our usual bedtime procedure: reviewing her Bible lessons which was on the Second Coming of Christ. Jesus was coming again with all the Angels and with great power and glory! In the middle of all this, Ann jumped off her bed, ran to bedroom window, looked up at the sky and from the bottom of her heart cried, "Oh Jesus, when are you coming? I've waited all my life!" She was only four years old at the time. (Smile)

Ann was seven years old when her parents and her siblings moved from New London, Connecticut to Barstow, California in 1964.

Her (Ann) future children, Heather and me (Rachel) were always first in her life.

I will type more about it later….


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