Sally & Nigel Greenwood on 21 February, 2021 at 7:02pm
Ann ❤️ although we didn’t get to see each other very often, you were, and always will be my cousin, who brought fun, love and laughter to any occasion. We will miss you and don’t forget.....wherever you are, please put a non-slip mat in the bath! With lots of love always from Sally, Nigel, Beccy, Amy & Tilly xxxxx
Denise and Derek Harding (NZ) on 21 February, 2021 at 12:36pm
We remember Ann for her adventurer spirit meeting in England, France, Australia and New Zealand. Her sunny disposition made reunions fun and exciting. She will be missed. Travel well Ann and God bless.
Michael Elkins on 20 February, 2021 at 11:34pm
I first met Ann 20 plus years In England. She had travelled from Australia with my brother Bob and I from the USA. We joined my brother Philip and sister Denise and spouses which was the last time all siblings have been together. I was surprised that there was an immediate connection and a sense that Ann would become a be a much loved member of the Elkins family. Ann had the ability to make people feel important and that she was interested in their opinions. She was a wonderful companion to brother Bob supporting him in good times and bad. Although we met infrequently I will remember Ann for the exciting adventures we shared in Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Ann made a difference to all her met her and will be missed, Ann, rest in peace.
Phil & Sheila Elkins on 20 February, 2021 at 5:13am
Ann was a lovely person. She was kind, thoughtful and made people feel comfortable and special. She was a wonderful companion to our brother Bob over many years. It has been a privilege to know Ann both in the UK and Australia. Rest in peace.