Kenny Brothers Funeral Directors

3600 West 95th Street, Evergreen Park, IL


Anna T. Christensen

October 27, 1943May 29, 2020

Anna Christensen (nee Wolff), 76, beloved wife, mother and long-time resident of Chicago, passed away May 29th in her home after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She is survived by her husband Gerald (Jerry) Christensen, her daughters, Anita and Erica, her loving sister, Mary Mitchell (nee Wolff), and beloved dog Tootsie. Anna was born in Chicago in 1943. She graduated from Kelly High School in 1961. She worked as a secretary at RR Donnelly. In 1967 she married Jerry. They remained married until her passing. In the early 1970’s, she started as a legal secretary for Ross and Hardies and later with McGuire and Woods until 2010. In the 1990’s, Anna found her passion in collecting and dealing antiques. She held spaces in several antique malls around the Southside of Chicago and South Suburban areas where she developed lifelong friends who shared her interests. She was an avid reader, dog lover, garage sale/thrift store enthusiast and antique aficionado. Anna was a sweet and caring wife, mother, sister and friend. She was cherished by everyone and will be missed by all. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her memory to The Clearity Foundation or PAWS in Tinley Park.

Services will be private at Kenny Brothers with a memorial at a later date. Anna will be interned at Evergreen Cemetery.


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Donna Lippe

June 2, 2020

Anna and I met when I started working on Saturdays at Ross & Hardies in 1986. We became good friends and I was blessed to know her. She loved her family so much. She holds a special place in my heart.

Mark christensen

June 2, 2020

Aunt Ann was great to be around, she would play cards with me when I was a around seven years old. She would also give me snips of her plants so I could grow my own, she had way of making everyone smile, she will be missed.

Dale and Nick Zimmer

June 2, 2020

Anna was a wonderful person and very good friend. We lived across the street from each other. We watched our children grow up together. We spent a lot of time together in our early years having coffee or wine sharing our lives . My memories are many; but the most fun was Christmas Eve spent with Anna and Jerry and girls. Jerry always had a fire going and Anna's dinner was terrific with her special home made lefse! We played Christmas music. Jerry introduced us to
(Grandma got run over by a reindeer). Those were great times none of us will ever forget . Anna opened her home and heart to us,she was always there to help and listen to her neighbors! Anna, you will be missed by many and you have touched many lives . We will meet again one day. I will look forward to seeing you again.

Marge & John Koperny

June 1, 2020

Jerry, Anita & Erica, Our hearts go out to you and know the hole Annie's passing will leave in your hearts. She was LOVE personified and could not be happy unless all those around her were happy. She had a quiet unassuming way that belied her incredible strength. We had some fun times together over the past 50 years but we knew we would never forget our trip to Santa's Village because we heard of Elvis's passing on the car ride back. It was a momentous day and we were together. Annie, until we are together again, we love you and say hi to Elvis if you run into him.