Annamarie Louise Newhuis-Schwarz

Annamarie Louise Newhuis-Schwarz

July 18, 1955 - December 31, 2019

Annamarie Louise Newhuis-Schwarz

July 18, 1955 - December 31, 2019


Annamarie Louise Newhuis-Schwarz, age 64, of Sherman Oaks, CA, passed away on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 with her brother Alfred by her side. Annamarie was born in Chicago Heights, IL, on July 18,1955 to the late John & Rita Yoland (Baltzer) Newhuis. Ann retired from a career in the entertainment business, in public relations, in 2015. Ann’s career spanned over 40 years in the California area, working at The Jim Henson Company, Nina Stern Public Relations, Paramount Pictures, MCA, & Pacific Arts Corporation. She enjoyed the California sunshine, taking long walks with her wonderful California friends, horseback riding and visiting her family & friends in the Midwest.

In addition to her parents, Ann is preceded in death by her brother, Richard (Dagmar) Newhuis and nephew, Richard Newhuis. She is survived by her brothers George (Charlene Peiffer) Newhuis, Robert (Leslie) Newhuis, Alfred (Esther) Newhuis, Harold (Patty) Newhuis, and her sister Ella Daviera. Aunt to Eric (Ann), Taylor, Sophia, & Zachary Newhuis, Racheal (Isaiah) Blackburn, Paige (Tim) Boesen, Erika & John Daviera and Anthony Judah. Great Aunt to Victoria (Joe) Moran, Isabella Newhuis, Carson, Alexander, & Grace Blackburn, Charlotte Schilaci and Roslynn Boesen.


A celebration of life will be held at a future date. The family requests any memorials be made to: The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America via donations@alzfdn.orgin memory of Annamarie Newhuis-Schwarz.


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12 responses to Annamarie Louise Newhuis-Schwarz

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  1. Jane A says:

    Ann’s heart of gold kept us all safe. Steven and I and all our animals loved her deeply. Life will never be the same without Little Ann.

  2. Ann lit up my life, and that of so many others. I will miss her forever.

  3. Thinking of you and your entire family. You were the cousin I saw once a year and wrote letters to in between. Mike and I will miss seeing you. We enjoyed visiting when we passed through California or when you were working in Dallas. Happy we got to see you in Louisiana too! May you enjoy eternal rest knowing you will be missed by all who knew you.

  4. Whitt Adams says:

    So sorry for the Newhuis family with the loss of Ann.

  5. Cathy Nissen says:

    Ann was the candle who lit up our lives. She was a kind soul who was always concerned about others. She was a conscientious hard worker who took her jobs seriously and completed her tasks with care and diligence. Ann had an innocence and positivity and always saw the good. We will miss her immensely. She will be in our hearts everyday. May her memory be eternal.

    1. It was with great sorrow that I learned my Wild Kingdom friend and co-worker had passed. Our friendship spanned decades with many meetings downtown on the holidays. The miles separating were always crossed with calls and letters. You are loved and missed.

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