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Ann M. Haughton

June 28, 1963December 16, 2019

Ann M. Haughton was born on June 28, 1963 and passed away on December 16, 2019.


Ann M. Haughton

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Kobina Orleans-Pobee

January 11, 2020

A Tribute To Mrs. Haughton

She was my Guidance Counselor at Northwood High School 2015-2019. She had a fun plus strict attitude and sharp memorization. She helped me with my schedule and got me through high school. She introduced and directed me to one of the top HBCUs, Morgan State University. I remember during Freshman Orientation in high school she remembered me and called me by my last name starting with an O, “Mr. O”, when I couldn't find the row with my last name letter initial in the auditorium. She pushed me to be excellent and motivated me to advocate for myself. I remember her telling me back on June 13, 2018 in a meeting that I needed to develop the heart and soul of looking for scholarships, researching colleges and speaking with important people. I’m so grateful for her and all she has done for me. I pray for Mrs. Haughton and her family and I thank God for providing me a counselor who really cared for me. She also cared about my brothers, Clifford Glover and Isaiah Glover. Thank you Mrs. Haughton.

Sharon Carlton

January 10, 2020


I am so sad to hear of your passing. But I am so happy that you are living in the presence of the Lord. Rest is now yours. What an angel the Lord has gained back in his mist all because you entered and came back home. No doubt, you will definitely be missed on earth; however, those who know the Lord will see you again. So my crying is short-lived because I know one day I will see you again my sister and my friend. Love you girl, Dr. C.

Karen MacPherson

January 9, 2020

Mrs. Haughton was a key resource for us when my son was at Northwood. He really respected Mrs. Haughton, who used a combination of humor and toughness to push our son to do his best. She also was a wonderful sounding board for my husband and I, quickly and thoroughly answering our many emails as we attempted to navigate the teen years with our son. We couldn't have gotten through the high school years without her! After our son graduated, I brought Mrs. Haughton a dozen roses -- a small token of our deep appreciation for all she had done. She truly was beloved by the many students she helped. God bless you, Mrs. Haughton.

Deborah Metcalfe

January 6, 2020

I remember Ms. Ann from attending the Masters Child Church, never had the opportunity to speak a word to her but she always stuck out in my mind. I listen to her sing and praise just could feel her sincerity, honesty and spirit. It was just something about her that was genuine and her light just shined throughout. I send my heartfelt prayers to family and friends. She truly was a great woman of God, rest in peace.

Betsy Mendelsohn

January 3, 2020

Ms. Haughton was clear-sighted, honest and generous. That meeting when I needed something but wasn’t sure what: she figured me out, and she figured out my kid, and she Advised us. The courses and teachers she picked were a turn around year. She gave me the confidence to throw out some boilerplate advice and instead make things work for my individual son. What a gift. I’m glad I told her how important she was to us. Reading the stories here, I imagine her scrolling through the memories of all the young people she helped: what a comfort through tough days.

Janet Burris

December 27, 2019

Mrs. Haughton was the ultimate Counselor, Cheerleading Coach, and Mentor I have ever had! She was a triple threat! I remember going to her office just to sit and talk about my school day. Her office was a place of peace, joy, laughter and I could always receive sound advice from her! She gave tough love and would not hesitate to fight for us and put us in our place. Mrs. Haughton always supported me in my endeavors and she made herself available even if she had a million things on her roster. I loved her so much because she was AUTHENTIC! I am grateful to have had the opportunity to know her and experience such great times with her! Shalom Mrs. Haughton 💜

Diamond Lewis

December 24, 2019

My favorite high school counselor at northwood. She helped so so much. She got me into LIU and when i came home and was giving up on school, she got me unto Bowie State. I use to beg her to sign me up for as many dance classes as possible lol. And she did!! I still dance til this day. She cared about all of her students. Plus, her nails were always on point, i never got to tell her. Rest in peace Ms. Lady. We love you

Firdausa Stover

December 24, 2019

I remember Ms. Haughton because she did not play about her students at all. She was very loving and serious about what we wanted to do in life and making sure we made it outside of school. She wasn't my counselor at Northwood but I could go to her for anything. I had the privilege of working with her at UMD as her personal aid in 2017, we had an amazing summer and I will cherish it forever. The last time I saw you, you gifted me this bracelet that I wear everyday. I'm sad you're no longer with us but the people you've touched in this life will never forget you. Love you always.

Keionna Baltimore

December 22, 2019

Mrs. Haughton .. You Already Know Off Bucks You Didn’t Know Me From A Can Of Paint But You Still Decided To Put Me On Your List To Take Responsibility Of! You Made Sure I Was Focused, & Didn’t Have A Lot On My Plate! I Love ❤️ You Like A Second Mom! You Were Truly An Angel 👼 & You Will Truly Be Missed! 💯

Clark Montgomery

December 21, 2019

It is with great sadness that I write these words. I met you at Springbrook High School in 2004 when I was an assistant principal , as you were the guidance secretary with aspirations of becoming a School Counselor. You achieved your dream. We had great conversations and great times laughing. We always talked about New York. You loved New York and were a New Yorker at ❤️. When a mutual colleague shared that you had passed, I said, Oh, no! She was my friend who loved NY. You always had a smile, and you took time with all students but especially those who encountered challenges. One thing that I knew is that you loved your family both your husband and your daughter. You will be missed. Thank you for always encouraging me! Heaven has gained an Angel. Rest and walk around heaven in your NY style like only you can do it my sister Ms. Ann.

Rest in heavenly peace!

Clark Montgomery