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Ann Zindorf Hayes

26 décembre 194216 février 2021
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Ann Zindorf Hayes, 78, of Severna Park, MD, passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at Sunrise of Severna Park. Born December 26, 1942 in Annapolis MD , she was the daughter of Oscar A. Zindorf and Marian A. Zindorf (both deceased). She graduated from Annapolis High and Temple University. She was at one time president of Maryland Cancer Society, a member of Sigma Phi Alpha National Honor Society, Past President of Maryland Dental Hygienist Association and a member of Maryland Dental Examiners Committee. She was a longtime employee, working as a Dental Hygienist, at West Annapolis Family Dentistry. She was loved by her patients and she loved them. She was a very kind hearted person and enjoyed helping others in any way she could. Her Husband and her family were the loves of her life. She adored her four nieces: Dawn, Kaye, Karen & Diane, their families and her nephews and their families. She loved traveling , going to the beach and concerts. She is survived by her loving husband, John G. Hayes, after fifty five years of marriage, her brother, Joseph Gilbert Zindorf and his wife, Karen, of Arnold , Md. , her sister, Jean Hott and her husband, Mike, also of Arnold, Md. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by, her sister, Fay Basham, and her brother, Wayne Taylor Zindorf. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., with a service at 12:00 p.m. at the Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, MD the service will be live streamed at Taylor Funeral Home - Home | Facebook . Burial will be at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, 1911 Forest Drive, Annapolis, MD immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the St. Mary’s Athletic Association.

Services

  • Visitation

    mardi, 23 février , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    mardi, 23 février , 2021

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  • Committal Service

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Lois Sheckells

27 février , 2021

On behalf of Lois and the Sheckells Family, our deepest sympathy to John and family. We are thinking of you and wish you comfort and peace. Ann was a very special friend and very dear to Lois.
sincerely, the Sheckells Family

Janet Ward

23 février , 2021

The entire Ward family was saddened to hear of Ann’s passing. She has been taking care of all our mouths starting with me (since I was very young child). I always looked forward to sitting in her chair and “catching up”! Her voice was always calm, her touch gentle! Miss her!

Bonnie Pellicot

23 février , 2021

What a gem...so vibrant, so precious, and possessed a rare gift to make so many people feel happy when in her presence. (Even if you were in “ her chair”). Thank you Ann. You are an unforgettable class act.

With heartfelt sympathy,

Bonnie Pellicot

Veronica Brown

23 février , 2021

Ann and I were college roommates and have been close friends for over sixty years. She was a definite blessing in my life through out the years. My deepest sympathy to her family and her loving husband, John. I will miss her.
In sympathy and love,
Ronee' Brown

Linda Edelen

22 février , 2021

Ann became an instant friend to me when we first met at Dr. Leocha’s office back in 1969. We worked together for almost 20 years. There has never been a kinder, gentler or better friend in my life. We shared so many traits and used to say the only difference between us was that she liked mustard and I liked mayo. She was my trusted confidant and I will always cherish those years with her. I know that she is with those people she loved so dearly who passed before her. Rest In Peace, I love you.

Jean Lape Gates

22 février , 2021

So sorry to lose a long-time friend and 1960 Annapolis High classmate. Anna
was also my dental hygienist for many years and we always enjoyed our chats and catching up during my visits. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Robin and Robert Vanskiver

22 février , 2021

I was blessed to know Ann for 40+ years as her patient and her friend. She and Dr Shevenell were my first good experiences at the dentist. They made a trip to the dentist enjoyable. We miss her and are sad her light has gone out so soon.
Our deepest condolences to her husband, John, and family.

Emily Goddard

22 février , 2021

The Annapolis High School Class of 1960 was saddened to learn of Anna’s passing. We all called her Anna in school, I don’t think we knew her first name was Ann. She was a sweet girl with a great personality and will be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this sad time.

Mary and Bruce Nehrling

22 février , 2021

Ann was our dental hygienist for forty years - the entire time we lived in Annapolis. When our children were very young and started going to the dentist, they lovingly called her, “Aunt Hayes.” Ann was professional in every way, and she was a friendly face and a comfort at the dental office. My husband and I both thought so highly of Ann. We are saddened by her death and extend our condolences to her husband and family. We have all lost a very dear friend.

Eric Fredland

21 février , 2021

My high school classmate who took care of my teeth, and indeed the dental needs of my family and all of my brothers for decades. At those twice a year or more often visits, we would talk about travel, and share gossip. I used to look forward to visiting the dentist!! I am very sad.

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