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Anna F. Harding

Date of Death: March 25, 2017
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Wednesday 3/29, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Wednesday 3/29, 11:00 am
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Wednesday 3/29

Flower Hill Cemetery
7412 Muncaster Mill Road
Gaithersburg, MD

Anna F. Harding, 83, of Frederick County, Virginia passed away Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Evergreen Health and Rehabilitation Facility. Mrs. Harding was born in 1933 in Laytonsville, Maryland, the daughter of the late Boyd and Gladys Clinedinst. She graduated from Gaithersburg High School in Maryland and worked in manufacturing during most of her employmentContinue Reading

Erva Lively left a message on August 4, 2018:
She was my Mom's (Lucy M Blunt) neighbor in Regency and they had such a good time together chatting, laughing, eating cake. They are together again, in the prescence of Almighty God!
Michael left a message on April 5, 2017:
Forever Rest in Pease , you and Gladys are forever together again. Your son,Michael
Rhonda and Betty Boggs left a message on March 31, 2017:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. My Mom was in the same room with Anna at Evergreen and they enjoyed each others company. We helped Anna as much as we could while visiting with Mom and she was a graceful and nice woman. We want to send a card but can't find an address. Take care
Tammy Grenke left a message on March 29, 2017:
We will always remember the many memories of Aunt Anna, Russ and my Mom and Dad. We will remember them playing cards, sitting at the kitchen table, and lots of laughter. Most recently I will remember the many phone calls back and forth every week or so. Aunt Anna we talked about many past memories and had much laughter and just kept each other caught up on our lives. We know you are now in heaven with Dad and Mom and probably having lots of laughs. Until we see you again, know you were loved. We will greatly miss you. Love always, Mike and Tammy
Dixie Thomas left a message on March 29, 2017:
I was privileged to have met and know Anna through my neighbor, and Anna's sister, Mary Burroughs. She was a sweet and caring person with a great big heart. We exchanged cards at Christmas and talked when she would visit her sister. She loved Mary and they talked every day. If I couldn't get through on the phone, I knew they were talking to each other. They were all they had left of their family. So, until we meet again in Heaven, sweet Anna, I will continue to keep my eye on your sister and listen to her memories of you. Now, go rest high on that mountain. We'll done!
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Tena Rhea left a message on March 29, 2017:
Anna was a very caring person, thoughts and prayers are with the family. I remember when my son was in high school,he played baseball, and had a game in Morgantown, Anna and Russell drove all the way up there to support him. Meant so much. That's just one time, there was many more. I believe they were the ones that introduced me to coconut cream pie. To this day I can't eat a piece without thinking of them. Sad day, lost a sweet lady.
Bonnie left a message on March 28, 2017:
What a sweet lady, I was fortunate enough to get to know her subbing in the AB cafeteria. She was always sweet and kind. I am happy to know she is home with the Lord. ?
Barbara hawes left a message on March 28, 2017:
I am at a loss for words Anna subbed as a cafeteria sub at my school I called in ms Anna on a few occasions she was such a sweet lady she invited me to her home on rt 7 a while back I truly enjoyed our visit together Anna was a sweet caring lady and a hard worker. I will always remember you Anna Rest In Peace sweet lady. ❤
Tammy Grenke left a message on March 28, 2017:
We have many memories of Aunt Anna, Russ and my Mom and Dad. I can remember them sitting at the kitchen table, laughing, and playing cards together. One of my fondest memories, was her love for the Peanuts Christmas Ornaments and trying to find just the perfect Peanuts ornament for her every Christmas. The last few years, Aunt Anna and I would talk every week or two. We had many great laughs, and reminiscing of years gone past. Now she is in Heaven enjoying many laughs with my Mom and Dad for eternity. We loved you Aunt Anna, and will miss you greatly! We will see you again! Love, Mike & Tammy
Debbie Lee left a message on March 28, 2017:
My Mother Edith Cross and I bowled a many years together with Anna, starting at Dalamar bowling lanes in Gaithersburg and ending up in Mt Airy lanes. Anna made it so much fun. Anna & Russell always made you smile about everything. Anna, you and Mom can start a team in Heaven and when the time comes I will be the lead off person for the team. Until than rest in peace. Love you, Debbie Lee
Joan & Buddy Kinsey left a message on March 28, 2017:
Anna was my classmate and dear friend. To her family, especially Mary, our deepest sympathy. We shall all remember the good times and many great memories of school. Rest In Peace, dear Anna, until we meet again?
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