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MOODY, Kathleen “Ann”

June 7, 1942 – Saskatoon, SK
March 24, 2014 – Calgary, AB

Surrounded by loved ones on the early morning of March 24, 2014, Ann passed away peacefully.

Born in Saskatoon to Carmel and Tom Moody on June 7, 1942, Ann was raised in Perdue, Saskatchewan with four older siblings to “mentor” her. Ann was known for her love of dogs, horses and various other critters. After retirement from teaching in 1997, she was able to pursue her passion of horse driving full time and was an active member of the High Country Carriage Driving Club since its inception.

Ann is survived by three brothers and a sister Mary Frances Schmidt, T. Burke (Lois) Moody, Pat (Audrey) Moody and Darrel (Heather) Moody and twelve nieces and nephews who loved her dearly. Ann will also be missed by Lynne Jupp, Team Gladys Ridge, and many other close friends. She was predeceased by her parents, Thomas A. and M. Carmel Moody; a brother-in-law John Schmidt; a sister-in-law Carmel Moody and a very special Jack Russell Terrier, Tanner.

At Ann’s request there will be no service; a private interment will take place at a later date.

Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, 47 Squire Bakers Lane Markham, ON L3P 3G8 www.canadianpulmonaryfibrosis.ca.

In living memory of Ann Moody, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek Chapel, 14441 BANNISTER ROAD S.E. Telephone: (403) 256-9575.

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  1. Margo Johnson :

    So sorry to hear of the loss of Ann. She was an amazing woman and will be missed. I had the privilege of meeting her a few times and did enjoy her company. If you ever need a shoulder or friend, Lynn I am here for you.
    Margo

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  2. Karen Brassard Whyte :

    Please accept my condolences on the loss of your sister. Ann and I taught many, many years ago at St Gregory Junior High School in Calgary. My husband and I have many memories of good times both in the school and at our home.
    God bless.

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  3. Carol and Arie Klapwijk :

    We are so sad to hear of Ann’s passing. We met Ann when training our German Shepherd in the early l970’s and spent many hours working our dogs together and that lead to a weekly Rummoli game of cards that was loud, crazy and a lot of fun. Ann was one of a kind, always helpful, giving of her time, plus she had a great sense of humor. Recently we were in touch again and Ann was as kind and wonderful as ever. You touched the lives of many people Ann. Lynn, our heartfelt condolences to you and we know that you have many wonderful memories that will give you comfort. We hope to stay in touch with you Lynn, and hopefully we’ll get to Calgary and High River one of these days.
    Our sympathy to Ann’s family on the loss of their sister.

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  4. Tim & Carrie Waldbillig :

    Please accept our sincerest sympathy on the loss of your sister, Ann.

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  5. Tim & Carrie Waldbillig :

    Please accept our sincerest sympathy on the loss of your sister, Ann.

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  6. Karen Smithies :

    The first time I met Ann was at a driving clinic in Sparwood B.C.
    She was helping Terry Francis put on the clinic. I will always remember her telling me the dos and don’ts of driving. Please accept my deepest condolences, and know that she will live on in our memories and prayers.
    God bless

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  7. Eric & Dorothy Cropper :

    Dear Burke and Lois,
    Our sincere condolences on the loss of your sister.
    We are thinking of you at this sad time and wish you comfort in knowing that you have many friends who care about you.

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  8. My condolences on the death of cousin Ann. The Moody’s and Downeys were all shocked and devastated by the deaths of Tom and Clarence which came so early and so suddenly to us kids and without the opportunity to say goodbye to the fathers we all loved. I am happy all of you had the opportunity with Ann to say final goodbyes. I remember with great fondness the trips to Perdue and to Langham and the great times all of us shared.

    Denis Downey

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  9. Allan,Lynn,Logan & Andrea Scharf :

    Auntie Ann will always be remembered with fondness. She was the go getter, always doing exciting things and we looked forward to our visits. Whether it was rottweilers, horses or parrots she enjoyed each one passionately. She will be missed. Our thoughts are with all those whom Ann has blessed by knowing and especially Lynne.

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  10. May McKinnon :

    I was very sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. I wish to offer my sincere condolences to her family and friends and the driving community.

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  11. My thoughts and prayers go out to Lynn and Ann’s family. The driving community and horses
    lovers have lost a great mentor.

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  12. Jim & Carol Mallas :

    Our prayers and thoughts go out to Ann’s family. God Bless

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  13. Holly & Larry Brinker :

    We were so saddened to hear of Ann’s passing . It is especially poignant knowing that she had successfully beat a bout of breast cancer a few years back. We met Ann at a carriage driving event in Athabasca, Alta about 10 years ago – she was a very hard working volunteer and a competitor who never stopped her quest to be one of the best carriage driving competitor around. We both judged Ann at competitions and worked with her setting up High Country Driving Club events. The last time we judged Ann, her horse “Zeus” was going brilliantly. We hope that she will be driving her beloved horse and waiting for her great little Jack Russell on the other side of the rainbow bridge. Ann will be greatly missed.

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  14. Barb Richard :

    My thoughts are with you Lynn and my condolences to Anns family.

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  15. I was saddened to hear about Ann’s passing. She will be missed in the driving community. My heart goes out to Ann’s family and to you Lynne.

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  16. Pat & Agnes Geiger :

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Ann’s family and friends.

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  17. Judy Hanson nee Bremer :

    My husband and I are saddened to learn of Ann’s death. Ann and I were classmates at the Perdue High School and played soft ball on the same team.Ann had a mean curve ball which I was to catch! Lorne and I on occasion in the early days in Calgary would communicate with Ann as she lived near us. Our thoughts and wishes are with Ann’s family and friends.

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  18. Julie Moorcroft :

    So incredibly sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. Had the privilege of spending time with both her and Lynn while getting horses ready for WEG and other driving competitions. Learned so much from her, loved her sense of humour and her incredible patience with difficult animals of all species. Drive on, Ann, green pastures and open roads await.

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  19. Lynne Steele :

    I didn’t know Ann very well but she was so kind to me, a novice in the driving world. I spent a wonderful weekend with her, Lynne and the driving club in Invermere a few years back. It was a weekend filled with fun and learning. Her Jack Russells were such sweet little dogs and full of such mischief. She will be missed and we must all treasure the memories that she left us. Take care to her family and especially to Lynne.

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  20. Frances Thompson :

    Condolences to Lynne J and to Ann’s family.
    I consider myself lucky to have met Ann.
    She was helpful to me as I learned to drive.
    I will remember her wit and true grit.
    R. I. P.
    Frances T.

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  21. Jim & Arlene Murray :

    Our thoughts & prayers are with you, Lynn, at this very difficult time.
    May you find peace with all the wonderful memories you have of Ann. Take care of Yourself, dear girl!

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