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Anne Marie Stevenson
December 13, 1941 ~ December 13, 2023 (age 82) 82 Years Old
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Anne Marie, affectionately known as Annie, peacefully passed away on her birthday, December 13, 2023, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Baldwinsville, New York, to the late Charles and Anna Bertollini of Granby, New York, Annie had a vibrant personality and a lifelong commitment to her family and friends. Celebrating 82 years of unconditional love, Annie now embarks on her journey to heaven, where she will be a glamorous angel embraced by others. May she dance in the clouds, enjoy an endless supply of Pepsi, and find joy in bingo as she did in the “old days.” Though it wasn't her time, we are grateful for the love she showered upon every child, grand baby, and great-grandbaby. While she had more love and life to share, a higher plan called her beautiful soul.
Annie is survived by her daughters Maria (Dave) Demko, Fay Marie Langlois, Colleen (Steve) Mirra, and Paula (Jeremy) White and sons Thomas Greenwood and Michael Haynes and her sister Brenda Longo. She also leaves behind many cherished grandchildren and great- grandchildren.
The family thanks Upstate Hospital Neuro ICU and their Hospital at Home Program. We encountered exceptional compassion, management, and sensitivity during our challenging time. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name can be made to Upstate Foundation, Inc. 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210, supporting the “Hospital at Home Program.”
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