Chapel of the Valley-L.B. Hall Funeral Home

2065 Upper River Rd, Grants Pass, OR


Anne Irene Lindemuth

August 20, 1935July 18, 2020

Anne Irene Lindemuth was born on August 20, 1935 and passed away on July 18, 2020 and is under the care of Chapel of the Valley-L.B. Hall Funeral Home.

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Anne Irene Lindemuth

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Kathryn Carroll Murphy

August 1, 2020

I am Bill Carroll’s sister, Kathy and Eileen’s aunt. I have a vague memory of your mom and dad when they were young. However, I touched base with her because she was on my niece’s FB page and I realized who she was. We had many texts back and forth about how much we loved Eileen and I loved your mom’s spunky personality and her great capacity to love. I am sorry for your loss,

Pam Smith

July 23, 2020

I had many wonderful years with George and Anne here in Oregon. They were bowling partners, out to eat partners, and kindred souls. I so loved Anne's wonderful sense of humor but also her caring heart. She shared many memories of her life in NY. Her life in Grants Pass with George on acreage seemed to be some of the happiest times of her life in Oregon. She was always there for me and I loved her and George with all my heart and soul. We moved to Bandon so lost touch but will always be with me. Love you Maw!!!

Ginger Dillon

July 22, 2020

I will miss you so much Anne. You will always have a special place in my heart. I love you so much, so glad I got to tell you that one last time before you took your first breath in heaven. Love you always.

Kathleen Stevens

July 21, 2020

Anne was a friend of my Brooklyn in-laws,Pete and Kathryn Stevens..I met her when I joined my husband at Ft. Monmouth,N.J. Annie was and remained a bright spot in my life. I admired her courage for picking up and moving to California after the death of her husband,Marty. She had a job as a commedienne on the radio there,then went to work as a secretary in the office of an airconditioning firm..That is where she met George. They shared many things,among which was the love of nature..Annie's son mentioned Annie's artistic talent..painting and drawing. She also could paint beautiful pictures with words. She had a wonderful sense of humor. I will miss her..God Speed,Annie..Sympathy to her family.

Liana Stone

July 21, 2020

Annie was a close friend of my grandmother’s. I was thrilled she was on Facebook and I called her a few weeks ago and got to talk to her. She told me some fun things about my granny when she was younger. I’m so grateful to have found her and talk to her:) I will miss her fiesty and funny spirit, but am happy for her that she is reunited with lost loved ones:)


July 20, 2020

Mom was a very good painter (dare I say artist) without any formal training. She was asked to paint a Christmas scene on this huge empty store front window. No money involved as she did it for the kids to see. She sat in that unheated store front for hours with her hands freezing to complete it. I sat there with her for not so many hours watching in amazement but I couldn't last as long as her.

Jim Carroll

July 20, 2020

As a kid mom and I would do 1000 piece jigsaw puzzles. She used to finish them while I was at school until I started hiding one piece. She knew after I would say I found it for the last piece. She never let on as she would always say she looked all over and how did I find it. Love ya mum.

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