Ann Middleton

Glennie, Michigan
March 8, 1940 - May 15, 2012

Visitations

11-1 P.M., Friday, May 18, 2012

Service Location

121 South Washington Street, P.O. Box 130, Hale, MI 48739

Services

1:00 P.M., Friday, May 18, 2012

Obituary Notice

Ann Middleton
Glennie, Michigan

ANN MIDDLETON of Glennie; passed away May 15, 2012 in Saginaw at 72 years of age. She was born March 8, 1940 to Basil and Elizabeth (nee Morley) Lee. On March 14, 1956 she married Larry Middleton in Bay City, Michigan.

Mrs. Middleton is survived by her children, Cindy (Roy) Fowler, Larry "Pete" (Pam) Middleton, Debra (Ed) Harmon and Tracy (Bill) Neal all of Glennie. Grandchildren, Roy, Jr., "Bug", Brandon, Taylor, Devin, Misty, Mellisa, Jennifer, Larry, III, Tina, Stephanie, Elizabeth, Nicole, Billi Kae, Miranda and Rylee. Also survived by 14 great-grandchildren, one brother, Robert Lee and one sister, Donna (Mike) Laszlo. Preceded in death by her husband, Larry Sr., and grandson, Timothy.

Ann owned an adult foster care home in Glennie for 21 years. She also served as an E.M.T. for Alcona County for 20 years. She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, crocheting and "loved people".

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Friday, May 18, 2012 at the Hale Chapel of the Buresh Funeral Home, 121 S. Washington in Hale. The family will receive friends from 11:00 A.M. until the time of service at 1:00 P.M. Rev. Rob Nordin officiating. Memorial contributions suggested to the family. Those wishing to express words of sympathy may do so at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.

Memorials

To the Family

Condolences

My heart is broken since I heard the news that our beloved Ann has passed on. Uncle Larry and all of the dear departed are there to welcome her with open arms. She will be with the rest of the family forever in spirit - until we meet again. Love you so much Aunt Ann
Sherry
— Sharen Husa
To our family in Michigan. After losing Verla Linton, Ann's sister, 5 months ago, we mourn the loss of your Mom. We all loved her so much and remember her for all of her kind deeds to others. She is surely our guardian angel now.
— Brandi Hollister
We remember Aunt Ann and Uncle Larry when they came to Arizona and stayed with us. We went to the big Arts Festival in Tempe and had a ball. We ate fresh corn on the cob and turkey legs. Ann loved crafts so she was really happy to go. God Love her, we miss her so much already.
— Kerri Hollister
WE R SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF ANN. SHE WAS A AWESOME LADY AND SHE WOULD HELP ANYONE THAT NEEDED. SHE WILL B MISSED DEARLY. OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS GOING OUT TO THE WHOLE FAMILY. I WISH WE COULD BE THERE. WE LOVE U ALL. JUST REMEMBER SHE IS OUR ANGEL IN THE SKY LOOKING DOWN AT ALL OF US. LOVE ALWAYS JACKIE AND GEORGE AND LAKEN.
— Jackie and George Middleton
Dear aunt ann, I'm so sad that your not here anymore, you were a second mom to me and I always loved being around you, growing up with my cousins. You were always there for everyone, a giver always. I know your up in heaven with grams, grandpa, and all the other family and friends who love you. You are always on my heart,I love you, love your favorite niece Kimberly.
— Kimberly Laszlo Horning

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