Anne L. Ulrich, 88
Anne L. ( Lineawever) Ulrich, 88, died Saturday morning at Hospice of Mt. Joy. Born in Loveland, Colorado, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Harriet C. ( Morning) Lineawever. Anne was the wife of Donald F. Ulrich to whom she married on June 22nd,1946.
Mrs. Ulrich was employed as a nurse at Hershey Medical Center, U.S. Army Corps for 3 years, and at Temple University in Philadelphia for 4 years. Anne enjoyed cooking, bridge and she was always looking for a good book to read. She was a great cook and always willing to share with anyone. She served in the U.S. Army, in England during WWII as a nurse. She was a member of the Towne Club in Lancaster and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Millersville.
Surviving is her husband, two daughters, Phyllis A, married to Thomas Taylor of Parkton, MD and Helen L, married to Donald Tawney of Conestoga, two granddaughters, Wendy, married to Steve McMillen of Elizabethtown and Laura, married to Michael Nissley of Palmyra, four great grandchildren, Katlyn, Emily, Ava and Sam. Anne is preceded in death by a brother John Lineawever.
Services will be held at at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 222 North George Street, Millersville, PA 17551 on Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 11AM with Rev. Burton J. Parry officiating. A visitation will be from 10:30AM until the time of the service. Interment will be in St. Peters Catholic Church Cemetery in Elizabethtown. Contributions may be made in Anne’s memory to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Arrangements by the Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home Inc Millersville, for more information or directions please call (717) 872- 5041. To send an online condolence, please visit www.snyderfuneralhome.com.
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It was my sincere pleasure to have had the opportunity to meet and enjoy the company of Mrs.Ulrich. She was a lovely person with a beautiful smile and always welcoming manner. I enjoyed her company on several occasions and most recently at the celebration of her daughter Phylis’s birthday. I am so happy I was able to spend some time talking with her and learning about her love her family and grandchildren. It was a joy to see her smile and hear her laugh that day, I will remember her with
deep affection. My deepest sympathy to her family and my wonderful friends Phyl and Tom, may her smile and kindness remain a wonderful memory, she will be forever with you in spirit.
Fondly, Sharon and Doug
Although I never met Anne, I enjoyed listening to Phyllis and Tom talk so lovingly about her. It is true that children are a reflection of their parenting. Having known Phyllis for more than twenty years, I am certain that her kindness towards children and animals had much to do with her parents example and the love they gave to their daughter. I know that Anne must have been very proud of her. I send my sincerest sympathy to the family for their loss.
My warmest regards,
My deepest sympathy to all of the family. I am very grateful to have grown up being friends with Anne’s daughter, Helen. Anne was like my second mother. I will never forget the warmth and caring I always felt from her and this continued through to my adult years as I would visit her. I remember how she used her nursing knowledge many times to put my mother at ease when I had childhood accidents and illnesses. Still, she was there as a caring friend for my mother after my father passed away and then through the years as my mother’s own health declined. Anne’s legacy to me will be all the fond memories of her kindness and her wonderful example of friendship which she has passed on that I will be able to continue to enjoy through the years with her family. Sue(Sheaffer)Cantwell