Drieman, Annemarie (nee Dicker) – November 9, 1929 – November 18, 2017

Is now resting in God’s loving hands. She died peacefully at home on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the age of 88.  Annemarie was the very loving wife of Frans for 61 years.  Also a devoted and caring mother of her 2 children John (Mary) and Francien (Mike).  Loving Oma to her grandchildren Michael (Melissa), Derek, Justina, Timothy and Geoffrey.  Survived by her two brothers Wim and Luke (Els) and remembered by sisters-in-law Louise and Lia.  Annemarie was the most giving and caring person who always put others first.  We will never forget her elegance and warmth.  Funeral Mass 10:30 am Saturday, November 25 at St. Augustine’s Parish, 58 Sydenham St., Dundas.  Reception to follow in church hall

 

6 Messages to Drieman, Johanna Maria Theresa “Annemarie”

  • David Weaver

    Dear Frank:

    We are very sorry to hear about Annemarie’s passing. She was a wonderful person and you were fortunate to have had such a long and happy life together. I hope that all those warm and happy memories will give you comfort in the difficult days ahead. With our sincere condolences, Dave and Judi Weaver

  • Maria and Stan Pietruszczak

    Dear Frans and family: Our deepest sympathies at this difficult time. We have known Annemarie for 26 years and we are grateful to God for the time we shared together. We miss her so much; she will always be in our hearts and prayers.

  • Adrian Drieman

    My deepest sympathy to my cousin Frans and Francine, John and sisters in law, Louise and Lia. Annemarie was always very special to me and although I am far away my thoughts are with you all.

  • Johan Annegarn en Leida

    Beste Frans,
    Hartelijk dank voor je mail. Wij condoleren je van harte met het verlies van jouw Annemarie. Het zal heel moeilijk voor je zijn om na al die jaren die je met Annemarie hebt geleefd nu alleen verder te moeten.
    Wij wensen jou en kinderen heel veel kracht om je nieuwe levensfase in te gaan. Het zal zwaar zijn, maar je dierbaren om je heen zullen je daar zeker liefdevol bij helpen

  • Marilyn Kellett

    In memory of Annemarie’s life, we have so many precious memories of being their close neighbour’s for 22 years. We shared many special times, partying, wonderful dinner’s and watching home movies of their many trips abroad on the side of our white stucco house. Annemarie will be fondly remembered by us for who she was, and always in our heart’s. With special love to her and family and our deepest sympathy. Guy & Marilyn Kellett

  • Bas Vischschraper

    Our deepest sympathies to Oom Frans, John, Francien and family. We are so sorry for your loss, but happy that Annemarie spent her final moments surrounded by loving family in the comfort of her home.

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