Ann Terwilliger

Ann R Terwilliger

Wednesday, March 21st, 1945 - Sunday, December 1st, 2019
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Ann R. Siuda Terwilliger, 74, passed away peacefully at home on December 1st, in Egg Harbor Township. Ann was born on March 21, 1945 in Philadelphia, P.A. She was preceded in death by her son William Terwilliger, sister Rita Siuda as well as her parents, Edward Siuda and Anna Kalicki. Ann will be missed by Edward Terwilliger (son) (Krista), Granddaughter Marisa Terwilliger, sister Barbara Siuda, many cousins, and her best friend, Charlotte Otto.
Services are private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Ann's memory to Angelic Hospice, 8025 Black Horse Pike, Suite 501, West Atlantic City, NJ 08232.
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Gail Gier

Posted at 01:07pm
Ann and I worked together when she still lived in Philly. We were a family, have a lot of great memories. I want to share one of my favorite memories of Ann. Everyone at work rented a house in the Pocono's on a lake. My husband (Brian) and Ann decided to take the canoe out. (Both being Polish), get in the canoe facing each other. All you hear is Ann to Brian, turn around, and Brian to Ann, no, you turn around. I don't think I seen so many people laughed so hard. That's just one of many memories. I'm happy we were able to hook back up on facebook. I will miss you lady, say hello to Billy for me.

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