Mrs. Anneliese Pritchett, age 82, Gray, passed away at the Johnson City Medical Center Friday May 27, 2016.
Mrs. Pritchett was a native of Munich, Germany, growing up during the second world war. The daughter of the late Michael Ring and Theresa Vogel Ring, she was also preceded in death by her loving husband of 38 years Jack Pritchett, and her sister Marianie Boylan, Germany.
Mrs. Pritchett was an avid member of the Our Savior Lutheran Church Prime Timers Club where she made many dear friends and experienced many cherished occasions. She enjoyed gardening, working the soil and her flowers, crocheting, and traveling as often as she could.
She was a seamstress by trade and was employed by Moon Tuxedo. She enjoyed working with her customers to make sure they looked their best on their special occasions. She also volunteered her time supporting the German Club at Science Hill High School.
Survivors include a son Robert Pritchett and his wife Kathy Weems Pritchett, Clarksville, Tennessee, granddaughter Haley Pritchett, Portland, Tennessee, one sister, Rosa Marienfeld, Germany, and niece, Sabine Sailer, Germany, and nephew Thomas Boyland, Florida.
The family wishes to thank the dedicated professionals of the 2300 wing at the Johnson City Medical center for their care, compassion, and unyielding commitment to make her comfortable during her struggle.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Our Savior Lutheran Church, 212 Sunset Drive, Johnson City, Tennessee 37604.
The family will receive family and friends Wednesday June 1, 2016 12:00-1:15 PM at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home. Graveside service will follow at Mountain Home National Cemetery. Pallbearers will be family and friends.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Willard and Margarett Dugger
|We send our condolences to Ann's family. She and
her husband were good neighbors. Sometimes when we
were walking she would be working in her flowers
and we would have sweet conversations with her.
She was a lovely lady in every way. We regret that
health issues prevent us from attending the
||Dana Burns (Cross)
|Robert and Kathy and Haley
My prayers are with you today as you lay Ms Anne to rest.
Wish I could be with you. Aunt Anne was a special lady! I will
always remember her.
|You were like a grandmother to me all my life! Cassidy and
Dakota love you with all their heart! I will never forget playing
Barbies and helping with the sunflowers in the yard. I know
you will be happy with Jack now, but you will be missed. We
love and miss you very much! |
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