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In Memory - Classmates

Anne Garrett


GARRETT ANNE ELAINE GARRETT (Age 63) Of Hagerstown MD, passed away, Saturday, July 18, 2009, at her home. Born Wednesday, March 20, 1946, in Washington DC, she was the daughter of the late Howard Jeffries Garrett and the late Annie Virginia Claggett. Anne received her BA in 1968 and her MA in 1970 from American University in Washington DC and later her AA in nursing from Montgomery College. She was employed as a consulting psychologist to the Baltimore Archdiocese till 1971. She later became the professional asst. at B''nai B''rith National Office until 1977. In 1980 she became a RN working at Suburban Hospital & Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC as a clinical nurse III until 1986 and later took a position with the American Red Cross in Washington DC from 1991 to 1991. She was a member of St. Paul''s United Methodist Church in Kensington, MD, Montgomery County Youth Orchestra, Daughters of the American Revolution, Margaret Whetton Chap, Phi Theta Kappa, University Singers @ American University and the St. Paul Singers. She is survived by her brother, Howard Eugene "Gene" Garrett of Hagerstown, MD. 

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03/26/14 08:16 PM #1    

Nancy Webster (Emery)

Anne was one of the few real girlfriends I had in high school. I am so sad  to hear about her passing.  I know she was seriously hurt while working at Suburban Hospitol years ago and it left her disabled. I spoke to her breifly before our 40th and she was getting ready to sell her house in Bethesda and move with her brother to Hagerstown. I was kind of hoping she would consider coming to the 50th. and we could reminice about our BCC days. Thoughts and prayers to her brother.

03/27/14 11:08 PM #2    

Anne Whitebread (Tower)

How sad to hear about Anne.  Since our name was the same when we were called upon by a teacher we both would answer. Her answers were always correct, but mine.....well I'm sure you can guess. I believe that she and I started at Bethesda Elementary and continued through BCC.  I'm proud to hear about her accomplishments, I know she will be missed at the 50th. She was my friend.

Didn't she spell her name Ann? 


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03/28/14 10:09 AM #3    

Joyce Hill (Stoner)

In the yearbook she's Anne with an "e" -- like the saint!  She was so kind to my family -- two young daughters-- at the 20th reunion-- produced a band-aid out of nowhere when it was needed, explaining she was a nurse.  This was at the picnic the next day at Rock Creek Park.  Nice memory.

03/28/14 10:43 AM #4    

Lois Peck (Davis)

I, too, am sad to hear about Anne's death!  She and I were quite close during junior high and shared many overnights together.  We drifted apart in high school, probably because of different interests.  I'll always remember her as a caring friend who helped me get through those awkward junior high years.  She will be missed.

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