June 7, 1930 – March 20, 2019
Ann Zimmerman, 88, of Fort Wayne, Indiana and Zephyrhills, Florida, was called home by her heavenly Father on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Ann was born on June 7, 1930, in Defiance, Ohio to the late Shirley and Faye Sproul. Ann’s bright smile and endearing personality would light up the room and has impacted so many of her friends and family. Ann loved playing cards, dominos, and bingo. However, her greatest gift was her deep and unconditional love that she freely shared with her family and friends. Ann is survived by her children, Terri Klotz, Tami (Randy) Furniss, Tim Zimmerman, Trinda (Mike) Foley, and Tonya (Jeff) Presley; 18 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren (and 2 on the way). She was preceded in death by her husband, Bob; her eldest son, Tom, and her son-in-law, Gary Klotz. Celebration of Life is at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2019, at Park Place Senior Living, Ft. Wayne. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Park Place Senior Living, Ft. Wayne. Greenlawn Funeral Home, Fort Wayne is handling arrangements.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, April 13, 2019
April 1, 2019
Thoughts and prayers to all of you as you celebrate your Mother’s life! Buss and I shared many wonderful times with them both on the golf course and in our homes playing games, dinners and so forth! Buss, Bob and Ann are all sharing memories in heaven ! 🏌🏼♂️🏌🏼♀️🏌🏼♂️😇😇😇
March 31, 2019
We lived across the street from your family on Elmer Ave. I remember when they would tar the street, we would make a sand trail across it so we could all play together and usually got yelled at by either your Mom or ours. Condolences on the loss of your Mother.
Cindy (Griner) Mack and Vicki (Griner) Tucker
March 29, 2019
Aunt Ann was so very kind and welcoming to me every time I saw her. I probably first met her back in 1968 or ‘69 when I was Craig’s girlfriend! She always made me feel exactly like one of the Zimmerman cousins, and what a joy it was to be part of your big, loving family. Craig and I send our love to all of you as you remember and celebrate her life. Yes, indeed, her laugh and personality will be welcomed in heaven. Love you all. Hugs.
March 29, 2019
I remember that whenever we couldn’t find something upstairs in our bedroom, mom would say, “I bet you a dollar to a doughnut I could come up there and find it!” I loved her spunk, her laughter, and her heart!! I miss you terribly, but I know you would be telling me to think of all the good memories we have shared, so that’s what I’ll do. 💕😘