Condolence From: Brenda Link, Annehurst, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Our heartfelt sympathies go out to our former neighbor of Old Coach Road, Annehurst. She was a constant in our lives and neighborhood. She is missed and remembered fondly by those of us who were honored to have known her.
Respectfully, Brenda Link, Gary Link, Katie (Link) McConnell and Ryan Link.
Condolence From: Susan Long, galena, OH
Condolence: She was so loved, and will be missed by many. She is now in heaven with Bob, Bob, and Bobby, lucky lady.
I recall her visiting us about every other Sunday on her way to Steve and Flo’s for dinner, always had many laughs. One time she went to leave in the caddy, turned the wrong way down street (dead end), turned around, flew by our house honking, waving, and embarrassed!
She was so special to our family, like the a parent figure to Bob, and a lifetime of memories to me. When I visited recently she said she was ready to “check out”, and she did.
May she rest in peace.
She went with Bob, I, kids, my folks, and sibs and their families to Hilton Head many years ago, had a ball.
She was so special
Condolence From: Janice Hardick, Westervile, Ohio
Condolence: Anita, what a unike person. I can still remember the first time you drove up to steve and flos house next to mine in your yellow bug with your hat and dog. That was the beginning of many years of friendship. You will be missed by many you lived a long and interesting life with many great grandchildren. May God bless you on your next great journey to heaven. I love you. Janice
Condolence From: Cynthia Lohman, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear about Anita's passing. We worked together at RSC and I ran into her at Blendon Cemetery a few years back. We both lost a son to Hodgkin's. I stop at the family graveside often when I visit my son's plot. I visited her a few years ago at her home in Westerville. She was amazing! She had so much energy. My condolences to the Evans family.