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Anne Barbara Katz

 

Anne Barbara Katz of High Falls, NY died Friday, July 11th, 2008 at her home. She was 55. Anne was born on September 15, 1952 in the Bronx, the daughter of Dorothy Zagar and the late Sol Katz.


 


Annie was a peace activist. She was the Coordinator and a Hudson Valley Contingent of Code Pink as well as a member of the Veterans of Peace. She was Graphic Designer who was very passionate about her work and her beliefs.


 


In addition to her mom Dorothy, Anne is survived by her husband Robert Godwin and her sister Laura Olsen.


 


 



 



 


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A candle was lit in memory of Anne Katz

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Peter Burgess - November 16th, 2008 at 12:49am - Email
News travels in strange and odd ways. So, so sad. I'm sure your community and Bob will miss you greatly. A life well lived - I salute you. love peter

Susan Richmann - August 6th, 2008 at 7:31pm - Email
To Annie's family, Annie and I met at a peace demonstration that she had organized through CodePink. Then she joined us at the Saturday Stone Ridge peace vigil many times after that. We got to know each other in that way. We were not close friends, but liked and respected one another. She gave me tomato plants last year that produced delicious fruit. She always smiled and was so positive. And her dedication to peace and justice was admirable. My deepest condolences to you. Annie was a fine person.

Carol Dwyer - July 23rd, 2008 at 10:28pm - Email
My IMPEACH sign stands proudly on my lawn and reminds me of Annie everyday. I am proud to have rallied with her. Peace.

Michelle De Dominicis - July 17th, 2008 at 1:05pm - Email
I am so sorry to hear of Anne's passing. She was truly a presence and an inspiration in our community. I know I will miss her passion and dedication, and remember her often as we face our country and community's continuing challanges.

Dolores Quiles - July 17th, 2008 at 9:23am - Email
Thank you Anne for your dedication to peace. Peace is the only way for us to live. Your dedication inspired me to work for peace.

Jim Marzano - July 16th, 2008 at 10:24pm - Email
I was born in the bronx on Sept.16th 1952. I lost my sister Julie to Melinoma on Sept.15th 2003. She was 11 months younger than me, I miss her very much. I share with you my haiku poem, title to one of my pen & ink artworks based on my battle with chronic pain. May Peace Prevail...jim m Beaneth a Veil of Flesh The Eternal Personality Survives A Prisoner of Pain

Joanne Steele - July 16th, 2008 at 4:00pm - Email
Thank you, Annie, for your spirited, optimistic and principled leadership. We will carry on with your inspiration.

Danielle Woerner - July 16th, 2008 at 3:16pm - Email
What a loss to us all! I didn't know Annie as well as I always hoped to, but we were sisters in peace and I loved her spirit and her energy and courage. It was always a joy to see her -- at rallies, marches, the parking lot of the grocery store. My condolences to her family. I'm sending a contribution to Code Pink in her honor-- I only wish the size of it could echo or reflect the huge impact Annie made! Bless her, and those who cared for her during her illness.

Christine Smith - July 16th, 2008 at 11:47am - Email
Annie will be very missed! Her inner fire & passion for justice, art, gardening & warmth for others, will always be rembered along with her bright smile! Thank you Annie for touching my life! Hugs, Christine Smith

sue ciani - July 16th, 2008 at 11:09am - Email
Thank you, Annie, for being such a spirited leader dedicated to peace. Now, I hope you have found peace. Peace to Annie's family.

Mary Beth Miraldi - July 16th, 2008 at 10:16am - Email
Annie was an inspiration to us all with her unwavering dedication to the cause of peace and justice. She will be dearly missed. The world needs more people like her who are willing to stand up and be counted. She was a woman of passion and commitment. We'll remember her long gray braid, her pink outfits in celebration of Code Pink and her spunky spirit. Thanks Annie.

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