In Memory

Ann Daeuble

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10/16/18 09:48 AM #1    

Jerelyn Jones (Allen)

I met Ann when we were at Mesita Grade School. We attended Catechism classes together and we were confirmed at St Patrick Cathedral in 6th grade. We became better friends in high school and celebrated our 18th birthdays together at La Fiesta in June of 64. It was really a great party  we saw Bobby Vinton!! Annie was fun loving and really loved her boys and grandkids. We saw each other at all the reunions too  Rest in peace dear friend! 


10/19/18 07:28 AM #2    

Libby Belk (Doggett)

Many thought Ann was a cousin because she lived next door and her parents and my parents (the Belks) and aunt and uncle (the Crowells) were great friends.  Sometimes people even thought we were sisters. That makes me happy now, but at the time I think it irked us both.  I spent a lot of time with Ann growing up: sleep overs at her house and even sometimes going on trips with her family to give Ann someone to help push back against her brothers Mike and Bub.  Ann was always great fun and eager to make new friends and try new things. When I was tired of studying or being at my house I knew I could always go next door and find something fun to do with Ann.  I didn't stay in good touch with her after we graduated  but know that she was an awesome mother to her two sons and they repaid her in kind by caring for her in the last years of her too short life.  

10/22/18 12:09 PM #3    

Lanier McKinstry (John)

Ann was forever kind, caring, and enthusiastic about life--especially when she was dancing!  How she loved to dance, which she told me lwhen I saw her for the last time at her mother's home this last summer.  Margaret Daeuble is still alive...99 years old!--living alone with occasional help, and amazingly up to date on most everything.  Ann's health was failing, but her laugh stayed the same, as did her wonder at what was to come next--another visit to El Paso? upcoming gathering with her children and grandchildren?  another EPHS reunion?  Ann and I intermitently kept up with each other through the years.  Updating each other on our latest family news and reminiscing --yes, about El Paso High--always energized us both.  Ann loved El Paso and all the memories made here, but when the time came that she needed more help, her sons, Drew and Alex, stepped in and took her into their homes, either in California or Arizona, until she passed.  Our high school group will feel the void, but we will always keep her close  as we continue to get together and remember  the good times we shared.  Ann, may you continue to dance....

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