Ann Marie (Myhre) O’Toole – Downing and Lahey
Ann Marie (Myhre) O'Toole
June 11, 1951 - March 15, 2020
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Funeral Mass
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
861 N. Socora St.
Wichita, KS 67212
Friday 3/20

Services are private

Ann Marie (Myhre) O’Toole, age 68 (and ¾), shed her broken body and ran to the arms of Jesus on March 15, 2020. She left the world peacefully, on her terms, and after one last cup of coffee (two creams, two sugars). Her last day was a miraculous gift, spent snuggling and trading stories with …
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Michael Aitken left a message on March 19, 2020:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Michael Aitken left a message on March 19, 2020:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Mike Thompson (Her brother) left a message on March 19, 2020:
She was a doll! I just wish we'd have met her sooner! She's in God's hands now. Love and Texas hugs!
Luke Scott left a message on March 19, 2020:
Very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for the whole family.
Monica Dixon left a message on March 18, 2020:
How do I put a lifetime in a note? She was the best wife, I know. She stood her grounds when needed to, and she gave into Dan's needs when he needed her to do so. She was the best Mom. What Mom makes her toddler bring all their clothes into the living room, dump them all into a pile, then together sort through them and either pass the clothing down to the younger sister, or out for the garage sale? Teach her children to do their own laundry at a VERY young age?? Teach her children the meaning of respect for their Dad??? The best Mom! Annie was the best of friends, ever. We dressed up like clowns, made ducky shorts, planned meals together, played cribbage and she always took "2 because I'm cute", talked on the phone, wrote letters!!! The best Friend ever, my Sister of the heart, forever. Love you all!!
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Tony & Nicole Guiliano left a message on March 18, 2020:
Our deepest condolences to Dan, Lori, and all the family. It was a joy and blessing to know Ann, and the times we were able to spend with her will be memories to cherish forever. Prayers of support and healing headed your way.
Janice Buselt left a message on March 18, 2020:
What a beautiful and well-deserved tribute. Ann funny, kind, clever and a wonderful wife, mother, Gigi, and fellow MIL. Four of my favorite memories of our times together (other than when Westley, Elly and Parker were born) include having garage sales and counting how many sales the "ugly candle" sat on a table. It was one of the few items we always packed away for the next sale, just for grins. Another special time was the very fancy tea party Lori, Amanda and Jenny hosted for Ann, Grandma Cracraft and me and at which hats were to be worn. The sew-ins where we worked on quilts were always fun even though Ann ALWAYS made more progress than I did. One more special time together was our trip to Colorado when we all stayed in the condo, had some great food and very tasty beverages. We sometimes laughed so hard we cried. All of us will miss Ann tremendously, none more than Dan, Lori, Jenny, Amanda, Sean, her SILs and all of the grandkids. We are all blessed to be loved by Ann and to love her back. Have a blast in Heaven, Ann! I can't imagine you will just "rest in peace!" Love you! Janice
Downing and Lahey left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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