Condolence & Memory Journal

Anita was the one who trained me when I first came to work at GRMC over 8 years ago. She was such a great mentor. I learned so much from her and always enjoyed visiting with her. She will be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Posted by Susan Finehout - Creston, IA - friend/coworker   July 13, 2011

I can just remember seeing Anita arou nd the hospital in Creston. I didn't know she was the sister to so many of those I call friends. God Bless you in this difficult time. Judy Harman

Posted by Judy Harman - Afton, IA   July 09, 2011

Angie, I'm so sorry for your loss. I so enjoyed workg with your Mom. With deepest sympathy. Kathy West

Posted by Kathy West - Prescott, IA - co-worker   July 03, 2011

JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT I KNOSW SHE WILLBE MISSED BUT WE NEED TO KNOW SHE IS WITH THE LORD AND REMEMBER THE GOODTIMES I REMEMBER ALL OUR TIMES AT ST MALACHYS INSIDE AT RECESS BECAUSE WE WROTE LEFT HANDED AND THE POWER OF THE NUNS RULERS ON OUR KNUCKLES TAKE CARE AND GODBLESS YOU ALLGIVE MY LOVE ALSO TO HELEN

Posted by Evelyn Millard - Keytesville,Missouri, MO - COUSIN   June 29, 2011

To all of Anita's friends and family,
I'm so sorry for all of you at the loss of Anita. I didn't know her well but I attended school with Angie and know many of her family members very well. She was a sweet lady and everyone knew her family was very important to her. May God be with all of you during this difficult time. God Bless you all.

Posted by Lora Pellman - Creston, IA - friend   June 29, 2011

I was shocked to hear of Anita's passing, always enjoyed being around her when I worked at GCH, and when I would run into her. I know she was looking foward and enjoying her retirement. She was always sharing good things about her family, I know you will miss her, she loves all of you, she is in your hearts and the hearts of all of those she knew.

Posted by Sherry Johnosn - Corning, IA - CO Worker   June 29, 2011

Angie and family, I'm so sorry to hear about Anita. I just saw her recently and I know she was enjoying her retirement. I worked many years at the hospital with her and we all enjoyed her very much. She will be missed. Joyce Lee

Posted by Joyce Lee - Corning, IA - friend/ co-worker   June 29, 2011

We lived across the street from the Hayes family when we first moved to Creston....We became acquainted with all the family...my husband , Max and Glen worked together on the railroad and our children became friends...so many memories...was so in hopes that Anita had solved some of her problems but glad she was looking forward to visiting Dales family....Blessings to all..Ramona Weeks and sons...

Posted by Ramona Weeks - Creston, IA - friend   June 29, 2011

Angie, Tony, (and members of the Hayes family),
I am sad to learn of Anita's death. I met her at parent-teacher conferences years ago and always appreciated her sweet nature and genuine love for her children. Praying for God's peace and comfort for you all.

Posted by Peg Krambeck Eblen - Creston   June 28, 2011

Angie and Tony I wish there were words to say that would make this easier on you two and your families. I cant tell you how sorry I am that the world has lost such a wonderful person as your mom. I have many memories of your families visits to grandma and grandpas house. Her passing is such a shock to everyone, i hope it helps to know she did have a good time Sat. and it was a chance for her to see everyone and for everyone to see her. If there is anything I can do for either of you let me know. My prayers are with you and your families through the days to come.

Posted by Jessie - Malvern, IA - niece   June 28, 2011

We are very sorry to hear about Anita. Times like this are so very difficult for family and friends to understand. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Think about all the good times you have had together and how blessed we are to have known such a wonderful lady. With sympathy and friendship, the Irelan's

Posted by Don and Sharon Irelan - Creston, IA - friend   June 28, 2011