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St. Joseph Cemetery

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St. Veronica Catholic Church
Tuesday May 4th, 2021
9:00am - 10:00am

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Mass

St. Veronica Catholic Church
Tuesday May 4th, 2021
10:00am - 11:00am

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Graveside Service

St. Joseph Cemetery
Tuesday May 4th, 2021
12:00pm - 12:30pm

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Ann Louise Troxell

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP - Ann L. Troxell (nee Schirmer), age 81, passed away on April 27, 2021. Beloved daughter of the late John and Loretta (nee Baudendistle). She was the devoted wife of the late Donald L. Troxell; beloved mother of Lisa (Billy) Carberry and the late Donna (surviving Dennis) Browning; cherished grandmother of Benjamin and William Carberry, Andrew, Donald, and Nicholas Browning; loving sister of Al Schirmer, Bob (Monica) Schirmer, Rita (Del) Osburn, Marie (Jon) Smith, the late John (surviving Mary Ruth) Schirmer, the late Frank (surviving Marlene) Schirmer, the late Don (surviving Patty) Schirmer, the late Richard Schirmer, and the late Martha (Cliff) Colegrove; dear aunt of numerous nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Tuesday, May 4th, from 9AM - 10AM at St. Veronica Catholic Church, 4473 Mt. Carmel Tobasco Road, Cincinnati, OH. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10AM with interment to follow at Old St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Ann's honor may be made to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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Every Friday night at 7:00 pm Ann and I prayed together in the Adoration Chapel at IHM. We did this over 10 years until the epidemic put at end to it. Unfortunately, I have not seen Ann during this time. I knew she was in poor health, but was shocked to read in this Sunday's Enquirer that she had died. My prayers go out to her family, especially her grandsons.

Joan Madeja May 2 2021 1:36 PM

I wish I could be there for Aunt Ann's funeral. I certainly do miss all my Schirmer family. One of my favorite memories of Aunt Ann was when we were working together on cleaning up the house on Claypole, getting it ready to sell. We shared memories we had of the house. She was reminiscing of bringing a boyfriend home for the first time, and how Bobbie & Richie were being goofy, and embarrassing her. :relaxed: I treasured that day I got to spend with my aunts & uncles. Another favorite memory I have with her was when we were talking about dad & Don (her husband). She truly loved her family (siblings, parents, cousins, aunts & uncles) and truly missed the ones who had passed. When I asked her what she missed most of Don, she said, "his stories." Then went on to explain, "since he was a bus driver, he always had interesting things to tell me about his day. No 2 days were ever the same! It was something I looked forward to every day." :relaxed: Her and dad were less than 2 years apart, and were very close, so she missed him greatly as well. I wish we could have had more talks, Aunt Ann. You never did make it out here to Seattle for a visit like we talked about. You will always be greatly loved, and missed...by me, and your whole sphere of influence. :hearts::hearts::hearts:

Ann Napier Apr 30 2021 12:19 AM