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Anna Rose Schaenzle

January 8, 1996 - March 26, 2017

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Anna Rose Schaenzle 21

1996 -2017

Anna departed for heaven on March 26, 2017. She was at home in Evergreen being held by her mom and dad. Her battle with an extremely rare cancer was done with unimaginable courage and grace. Anna attended Evergreen High School and played volleyball, golf and track. She was on the honor roll and recieved the CHSAA Academic All State First Team award.

After graduation in 2014, she travelled to Europe and then attended Colorado Mesa University. She was on the Dean’s List and played volleyball on the travel club. She is survived by her parents, Fred and Gilberta (Gil) Schaenzle.

A celebration of her amazing, fearless life will be held April 22, 2017, 2 PM, at The Barn at Evergreen Memorial Park.

Donations to establish scholarships in Anna’s memory can sent to US Bank Evergreen acct # 103684745500


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13 Responses

  1. Peppi & Christine Gruenwald says:

    There are no words to express the sadness we feel for the entire Schaenzle family. Fred & Gil, the love and support you gave Anna in her short 21 years was so beautiful to observe. We love you all and pray your wonderful memories will help carry you through the devastating time. Please accept our love and sympathy.

  2. The Kindred Family says:

    Sending our heartfelt sympathy to your family during this difficult time. May God (Ps.147:3) give you the support and help needed. Anna will be missed and always lovingly remembered.

  3. Victor Valdez says:

    Fred,
    I am saddened and very sorry to hear about your loss. I cannot even imagine how she suffered but I am inspired by the courage that is described.

  4. Jennifer & Ken Zerba says:

    Anna was a beautiful and fun-loving young lady! We are thankful for the times we shared camping and music concerts at the lake. Thank you for sharing her with us. She will be dearly missed. We pray for God’s tender loving arms to wrap around you and comfort you and your family.

  5. Carly Ratekin says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I played golf with Anna and just remember always laughing around her. She never seemed to get frustrated by bad shots and was constantly joking around with everyone. You couldn’t help but feel happy around Anna. Her laughter and crazy antics will be so missed. My deepest sympathies to your family.

  6. Gary and Donna Tremblay says:

    Gil and Fred,

    Although we never had the opportunity to meet Anna personally, her life touched ours through the long standing friendship with her grandparents (Fritz and Rosie). They spoke highly of her compassion and successes but also of her struggles. Your entire family remains in our prayers as we express our deepest sympathies for your loss. May God bless you in this time of sorrow.

  7. Patricia DeGrandchamp says:

    Gil and Fred,

    Everyone who knew Anna absolutely loved and adored her, and we will all miss her forever. She was an absolutely beautiful young lady, inside and out, with tremendous grace in every sense of the word. You know Anna is still lighting up every room of her father’s house. It is just a different and bigger house that needed Anna’s light, even though the loss has dimmed our own.

    Much love,
    Patricia, Richard, Genevieve, and Giselle DeGrandchamp

  8. Susan Beaudoin says:

    I am heartbroken to hear of Anna’s passing. Know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Susan, Michael, Ethan, and Tristan

  9. Sandy says:

    Fred and Gil,
    I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful daughter Anna. She was a remarkable young woman in so many ways. And her life will never be forgotten. Her untimely death is a reminder of the words at 1Corinthians 15:26. I hope you can find comfort knowing that our Heavenly Father yearns to unite you to her again. May you find comfort and peace of mind through the comforting words recorded at John 6:40 and Revelation 21: 3-4.

  10. Schaunon Winter Gilman says:

    Dear Anna:

    I want to thank you for being a wonderful friend to my daughters. Here’s a poem I wish I had shared with you sooner:

    There is no reality; alas, there is no now.
    Only hope and memories are worthy of a bow.

    So live life to the fullest, and don’t forget to smile.
    Take time to smell the roses and live a life worthwhile.

    My father, Ben Winter, wrote this poem for me when I was a child. Anna, you were always smiling and took time to smell the roses. RIP dear one.

    Much love to the family and close friends of Anna,

    Schaunon

  11. Nancy says:

    There are no words and I won’t pretend there are. I, too, lost a beautiful daughter almost 4 years ago. I am so very sorry for your loss.

  12. Kate & Ossie McCollum says:

    Our sympathy to your family.

  13. Carol A. says:

    I am sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter.

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