Anne Byrne

Anne Byrne

February 09, 1962 - February 22, 2013

Anne Byrne

February 09, 1962 - February 22, 2013


Anne Byrne lives in , passed away at the age of 51.
Born on February 09, 1962 and passed away on February 22, 2013.

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2 responses to Anne Byrne

  1. Terri Smith says:

    Anne has been a special friend to me since Fountain Valley High School when we were neighbors. We went to our senior prom together and even worked together at The Plaster Shop in Costa Mesa. Anne supported me in hygiene school by being a patient/victim any time I asked. That is a true friend! She continued to follow me from dental office to office over the years no matter how far they were located. We walked our dogs together several times a week then followed up with a bagel and coffee to discuss the days plans. Anne loved to shop, organize her home, and support her family in any way needed.
    Anne’s family was easily her top priority. Nothing was more important than Mike, Thomas, and Stephanie. Anne felt very fortunate to be a stay at home mom so she could always be wherever her kids needed her. She loved being there to pick them up from school and shuttling them off to their activities. She was happy to be the coaches wife and the biggest fan Thomas could ever have. Anne was so thrilled when Stephanie performed on stage or at the gym. Anne was proud both kids did well at school and worked hard for their achievements. Most of all she was impressed with who they were as people. “They are so sweet and such good kids,” Anne use to say. I have never known anyone who wanted a family as much as Anne. I am happy to say her dreams came true.
    I will miss our walks and talks and miss having one of those friends you wish you had forever. I will miss her smile. I love you Annie!
    Terri Smith

  2. To the Family: I am so sorry for your loss. The death of a loved one is never an easy matter for any of us to cope with, but we do have the assurance of our Heavenly Father that he will comfort us in all our tribulations. (Psalms 55:22) Death was never a part of the Creator’s purpose for mankind, so, he has furnished a guarantee by means of his Son, Christ Jesus, that we will see our loved ones again. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28) I pray that you may draw comfort from these words.

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