Ann Metoxen

August 8, 1935May 28, 2018

Ann Metoxen August 8, 1935 – May 28, 2018

Ann Metoxen, 82, passed away peacefully on May 28, 2018 in her home at 7402 Lake Breeze Dr., #112, Ft Myers FL 33907. Ann was born August 8, 1935 in Mokp’o, South Korea to the late Illam Hong and Soonduk Lee. She retired from Tech International in Johnstown, OH. Ann enjoyed crocheting, jewelry making and collecting sea shells on the beach in Ft Myers. Ann is survived by; her brother, Bee Gil Hong; son, Poktonee (Boi) Lee; daughter, Rosalie (Paul Conley) Metoxen; son, Ervin (Doreen) Metoxen; son, Ryan (Kendra) Metoxen; daughter, Paula (Gary) Eager; 10 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Ann is preceded in death by Earl Metoxen, her husband of 58 years. A private viewing for immediate family will be held at the Hodges-Kiser Funeral Home and laid to rest with her husband at the Sarasota National Cemetery (Veterans).


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Cyndi LeVert-Williams

June 2, 2018

Mrs. Metoxen opened her home to me when I became friends with Paula in third grade. From then on, I've felt like she was a second mother to me. From the numerous meals I had at their house, I grew fond of Korean food and still enjoy it today. I have been blessed to know Mrs. Metoxen. She was a lovely woman with a kind heart and a beautiful spirit. Paula, Rose, Ervin and Ryan, you are in my prayers. Love, Cyndi

Shannen Rock

June 1, 2018

First off Rose ,I want to say I'm sorry for the loss of your mother, she was a kind woman. I only had the pleasure to meet her a couple of times when I was working on your condo. My memory of her is, I believe it was the 1st time that I met her she gave me a couple of packets of Korean coffee. I tried it and I really liked it and the next time I saw her she gave me a whole Box of it. She did not know me except for the couple of times that we met at your condo but she was so sweet and nice To me. My heartfelt sympathies go out to you and your family. May God bless you and keep you in this time of loss.