Ann Loving, May 14, 2019.
Ann Loving passed quietly from returned breast cancer, six years after her adoring/adored husband of 41 years, F. Bryan Loving. They loved living life together.
There will be a Memorial Service to Celebrate Ann’s life on Sunday, August 25, 4:00 PM at Berger Memorial Chapel, 9430 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO. 63132. There will be a gathering at the Clubroom at Fountainebleau, 1001 N. McKnight Rd. St Louis, MO 63132 from 5:45 – 8:30 PM.
Ann had great passion for life as a founding member Congregation Neve Shalom, and she was an avid dog and tennis lover. Ann was deeply caring, dedicating life to helping clients as an LPC. Ann was deeply moved by support from dear friend and former colleague Jennifer Baker [TX] and connections with Suzanne Glaser [DC] and Jane North [DC].
Ann’s family is forever grateful to Rina Krasney, Nancy Ferguson, Harriet Ross, and Mark Margolies for keeping her connected in the community; and Rabbi Jim Goodman for keeping mind and spirit strong with Torah studies.Family: Beloved daughter of late Minnie “Ann” and Maurey Garber. Dear sister of Jan Garber [PA]. Fond aunt of Loren Ferro [WA], Ericka Gray [PA], Alexandra Garber [PA], Late Christopher Garber. Cousins: Steve Randall (Joyce) and family, Seena Newdorf (Brian) and family, Midge Winikoff; Sandy Weintraub (regrets to any unknown to us). Canine “babies” Shelby (home with Crow family) and late Beulah, Katzi, and Fritz. Friends and dog walkers: You know who you are and that you were greatly treasured. May Ann Loving live long in our memories as the bright shining soul who cared deeply for friends, relatives, and clients.
Ann had incredible will meeting a lifetime of medical challenges; helped by great care teams of Drs. Crecilius, White, Seltzer, Yazdi, Li Delmar Gardens West (particularly Jamie, Christine). Remains rest at Memorial Grove, recognized on bronze leaf (lower right branch, middle tree) (http://bodydonorprogram.wustl.edu/Memorial-Grove). Donations in Ann’s memory may be made to one of her preferred congregations or their preferred charities: Congregation Neve Shalom (www.neveshalom.org), Central Reform Congregation (www.centralreform.org) or Jewish Family & Children’s Service (www.jfcs-stl.org).
Memories and condolences or requests for longer obituary can be sent to the family at AnnLovingMemoriam@gmail.comor The Family of Ann Loving 2103 Harrison Ave NW Ste 2 - 954, Olympia, Wash., 98502.We are informed that an annual remembrance ceremony is also held each spring by Pathways Hospice (www.pathwayscomfort.com).