Ann Rose Lundquist

Ann Rose Lundquist

September 27, 1944 - April 02, 2024

Ann Rose Lundquist

September 27, 1944 - April 02, 2024



September 27, 1944 – April 2, 2024


We are saddened to announce the passing of Ann Rose Lundquist, she departed from this world on April 2nd, 2024. She was 79 years old.

Ann was a beloved wife to Thomas, mother to Timothy (RIP) and John, mother-in- law to Stephanie, and grandmother to Adrianna. She has sister Adrian and brother Tony.

She was a graduate of Tucson High and has a BS from Arizona State University.

Born in Brooklyn, New York on September 27th, 1944, lived in Tucson, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, Denver, Butte, finally settling in the Phoenix area.

Throughout her life, Ann touched the hearts of many with her kindness, generosity, and wisdom. She was at this time a member of the Junior League, Book Club, and Rio Saldo Vizsla Club.

In her spare time, Ann enjoyed attending Catholic mass, Bible study, puzzles, shopping, needle point, reading novels, and spending time with her family and friends. Also talking to the hummingbirds out back.

She will be dearly missed by her family members, friends, colleagues who will hold her close in their hearts.

Ann will be placed in a crypt at St Frances cemetery with her son Timothy.A memorial service will be held on April 20th, 2024, at Tom and Ann’s home, time to be announced. All friends and family are welcome to this celebration of life.

Though her physical presence is no longer with us, the spirit of Ann will live on in the countless lives she touched, forever remembered and cherished.

Rest in peace, Ann. Your light will continue to shine brightly in our hearts.

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2 responses to Ann Rose Lundquist

  1. Mom we love you. You will be forever missed. I know you are in better place and are no longer in pain. Say hello to Tim for me! Loving you always and forever.

  2. Pete & Jill says:

    Vaya con dios, Ann. We go back to the mid sixties when you and Tom became an item! You let us drive your Austin-Healey Sprite, what a blast! The family trip to San Diego remains forever memorable!
    You were proud of your boys, Tim and John, rightfully so. You and Tom raised them right!
    Hello to Tim, Granny and Pop-Pop!

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