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Anna  Kroeker

Anna Kroeker

Thursday, July 30th, 1936 Monday, July 13th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Anna May Kroeker (McCabe)

Anna May Kroeker (nee McCabe) was born in Drumchonion, Co. Monaghan, Ireland and immigrated to Canada in 1956. She is survived by her husband William Kroeker, brother Terence (Kathleen), daughters Valerie Doyle (Gerard) and Sheila Wong (Joe), 5 grandchildren Fiona, Liam, Kari, Siobhan, and Marc, and predeceased by brother Sean and sister Pauline. She leaves behind family, nieces & nephews in Ireland, as well as multiple friends around the world. Anna May was a notable volunteer at St. Mary’s Hospital, St. Peter’s Church, and well involved with the Stewart School of Irish Dance, and the Irish community. Anna May may have been stubborn and spoke her mind but she was selfless. She put others before herself and helped anyone in need. She was the person that was last to the dinner table, just to make sure your plate was full. Whether she knew it or not Anna May created a legacy for herself not by who she was but how she made others feel. She will forever be in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers we ask you to make a donation in her name to the Canucks Autism Network, Cancer Society or any organization close to your heart.

Due to COVID restrictions there will only be a private mass service.

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Amanda Priest

Deepest sympathy to all the family. Anne was dearly loved by many and will be forever missed. May she Rest In Peace.
Amanda, Isaiah & Aisha Priest.
Mission, BC
Comment | Posted at 06:39pm via Condolence
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Trish MacKay

So sad to hear about Mrs. Kroeker’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and will be sadly missed. My sincere condolences toValerie and family and Sheila and family. Please also give your Dad a big hug from me too. I would have loved to attend the service. Thanks for providing the link. Take care and be safe! You will be in my thoughts and prayers...
Comment | Posted at 03:19am via Condolence
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Kathleen Cheetham

I remember Ann as a generous, kind and hospitable woman. She made me welcome always and was there to help at a moments notice. When Dan & I bought a house not far from hers, she appeared on moving day with home made bread and jam for everyone. A smile, a little joke and a warm heart - she LOVED her grandchildren and all those around her. Sincere condolences to all her family and friends.
Comment | Posted at 09:32pm via Condolence
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Bernadette Short

So many happy memories of times with Anna. She was a huge part of the Irish Dance scene in Vancouver and worked tirelessly at many of the feiseanna I had the privilege of adjudicating.
She will be sorely missed. RIP Anna
Comment | Posted at 04:40pm via Condolence
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Margaret Doyle

Anna you were a sweetheart. 1st time I met you was when I arrived there in 1988 after a very long trip from Sydney with 3 very young energetic Doyle boys and you had Irish soda bread waiting for me. 2 years ago same scenario (minus the little boys) 🙂 and once again you had a beautiful welcome cake for Joe and me . You were a sweet kind and generous lady , I will always remember you with fondness and a smile . Rest In Peace ☘️
Comment | Posted at 02:54am via Condolence
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