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Anne De Pozo

20 December, 194120 October, 2020
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The Lord called Anne De Pozo (Littleford) on Tuesday October 20, 2020 at the age of 78 at her home in Henderson, Nevada surrounded by her family. Anne was a loving wife and mom of three daughters. Anne was born on December 20, 1941 in Runcorn Cheshire England and grew up in Chicago, Ill where she met her future husband Daniel in High School and married him on January 7, 1963 and raised three beautiful daughters, Denise, Deanne and Dominique.

Anne was an incredible stay at home mom while the girls where young and a supportive Navy Wife being stationed all over the world. She was the rock of the family and held down the home front when Dan was on his many deployments with the Navy. When the girls were older she started her Civil Service career in San Diego, CA as an Executive Assistant on the Admirals staff at Balboa Naval Hospital and later with the Social Security Administration. She retired in 2004 with 29 years of faithful service. Anne was her daughter’s biggest cheerleader when they were young she was at all their sporting events and activities. She was devoted to her faith, not only as a Deacons wife when Dan was ordained but helped in teaching Grief Ministry sessions with him and was in charge of scheduling of Eucharistic Ministries in her church. Anne loved being a grandma and was thrilled at being a great grandma to her “boys”, they brought so much joy and love to her life.

Anne was preceded in death by her patents Tom and Kathleen (Kirkham) Littleford. She is survived by her family, beloved husband of 57 years, Daniel De Pozo, loving mom of Denise De Pozo, Deanne De Pozo, and Dominique (Troy) McDermed, devoted grandma of Andrea Dominique (Holden) Myers, Joshua Christian Brewer, and Haley Anne Brewer, dutiful great grandma of Jonathan Daniel Myers and Wade Xander Myers, dear sister of her brother Eric (Sandy) Littleford, and her sisters Barbara (Jimmy) Hewson, Nancy (Ron) Michalski, and June (Charlie) Kober and cherished aunt of numerous nieces and nephews.

A mass will be held on Monday November 23, 2020 at St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church at 2300 Sunridge Heights Pkwy, Henderson, NV 89052 at 10:00 am. Interment will be Tuesday November 24, 2020 at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery at 1900 Veterans Memorial Dr, Boulder City, NV 89005 at 9:20 am.

In lieu of flowers please consider making a charitable donation to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or The American Cancer Society.

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Rebecca and Gary Holstein

November 23, 2020

Rest in Paradise Ms. Anne. You will be missed. 😢

Angie, Denise, And Annamarie Disylvester

November 22, 2020

Decan Dan,
I am very sorry to hear about your lost may she Rest In Peace my deepest sympathy.

Monica Vujisic

October 30, 2020

Auntie Ann was always kind and caring, always held her in high regard. Love and prayers to Uncle Dan, Denise, Deanne, Dominique

Cristina Frisby

October 30, 2020

Denise and family and friends, I am so, so sorry to hear of your loss. My heart is with all of you in these difficult times.

Cora Scott

October 29, 2020

Anne, I am so grateful for the few times I got to be with you at Juan’s and, most of all, sitting at your table at Dominique’s birthday party. You created a wonderful family who will miss you so much.

Debra Bergren

October 28, 2020

To Dan and the girls,
I cannot say how sorry I am for the loss of you wife ,and mother. Anne was a wonderful person . I can still remember her always smiling and only having good to say about any situation . She was gentle and caring, I always loved to see her when the family had get togethers. God has an angle for sure now. Keep your memories close in your hearts and share them often. R.I.P Anne

Love Georgie ( Debra Bergren)

Roberta (Birdy) Ishmael

October 28, 2020

I have many found memories of Anne and Dan.
I was accepted into their family via Denise who is a close friend from our first ship we were on together. Denise gave me her sister Deanne’s information so when I arrived at my next command in San Diego, I would have someone that could show me around. I spent a lot of my time at their home laughing, eating, drinking. They are the most amazing family and Anne had the best sense of humor, genuine kindness and she was fire cracker. I will miss her deeply.

Michael Grogan

October 28, 2020

I have had the privilege of knowing Anne and her amazing family for over a decade, her generosity and kindness, her warmth and friendship, are reflected in each of her children and grandchildren. The love shared between Dan and Anne is an inspiration to both Michelle and I, you are family, and we grieve with you, but we rejoice in knowing that she rests in the arms of the Lord. It is the living that suffer from the pain of loss, but know that she, is at peace. All our love to each of you.

Shawn and Corrine Sparkman

October 27, 2020

What a woman your mom was! We all love her and I can still hear her wonderful laugh. She always treated me like her own and embraced my boys and Shawn with such a loving heart. She loved, loved her family 💗 There was not a single thing she wouldn’t do for you all. We love you all and will miss her dearly.

Patty Hargis

October 27, 2020

Dear DePozo family,
I was so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. We always enjoyed our time with her and all of you. She was such a warm, and funny lady. I was telling a friend the other day about the Cabbage Patch doll she gave VickyJo that Christmas I couldn't find one.
Our thoughts and prayers to all of you.
God will help you through this.

Love,
Patty and Vickyjo Hargis

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