In Memory

Anne Theodore

Anne Theodore

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06/10/20 04:43 PM #1    

Karen Wiebenson (Weigel)

I remember Anne so well. What a beautiful caring person. She was instrumental in creating a wonderderful 7th and 8th grade experience. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

07/08/20 08:43 PM #2    

Sally Perry (Pemrick)

This photo spoke to me. I went to the ASP Alumni Connection and looked through all the yearbooks; it confirmed for me that Anne and I had been classmates for a number of years. God bless her and may she rest in peace.

07/09/20 07:15 PM #3    

Paul Asaban

Anne was a kind, gentle soul and good friend for many years. I was so sorry to hear she had left us. 

07/15/20 10:24 AM #4    

Jeff Hamilton

Anne was one of my first friends at ASP. She was always cheerful and had an abiding interest in just about everything. I felt honored when she agreed to go with me to our sophomore prom at the Pavillon Dauphine. I still miss her.

07/20/20 01:39 AM #5    

Corinna Caldwell





Anne was the first person to befriend me when I arrived at ASP.  She was so kind and welcoming!  She and her mother took my mom and I to lunch (they had a driver) on Quai d'Orsay.  We all ate escargots loaded with garlic, of course!  I remember that when we got back in the car, Anne's mom told the driver we had eaten escargots.  His response was, "Oui, je sais!!".   Poor guy!  I spent several weekends at their home, which was a long way from Paris, it seemed at the time.  We would go to a club out there and she had a cool British friend named Alex who was an artist (I may still have the remnants of a poster he made).  Anne had a beautiful white fur coat she wore one night.  Alex asked her what the coat was and Anne, dramatically, responded, "Chèvre Chinoiserie."  To which Alex responded, "Chinese Goat!?".  New to the French language, this has stuck with me for 50 years!  Sounded so much better when Anne said it!




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