OBITUARY

Anne Marie Keskonis

February 4, 1962June 11, 2021

Anne Marie lived her life dedicated to her family and faith. Anne Marie and her husband Robert shared their lives together for 31 years. Anne Marie was a proud mother of Alexis and Amanda and leaves beautiful memories with her daughters. Anne Marie’s love was continually felt by both the Keskonis and Palazzo families in everything she did whether it was a simple conversation or a holiday celebration. Anne Marie’s extended family from Michigan, New Jersey, St. Ives, and St. Benedict’s all held a special place in her heart. Anne Marie was an educator and school leader for over 30 years. She proudly served the students and families of Gwinnett County Public Schools.

Anne Marie touched the lives of many and will be missed so much!

Celebration of Life Reception June 23 2-5 pm 4955 Candacraig Johns Creek, GA 30022

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, June 23, 2021

  • Interment

    Wednesday, June 23, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Reception

    Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Memories

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Mary Allan

July 22, 2021

Anne Marie was my big sister in Michigan. Her family and mine were very close. She and her brothers had the coolest basement, with a closet stocked with every board game!! My heart to her family, and especially the Palazzo family, so soon after losing Dom. The handprint on my heart from Anne Marie will last forever.

Robert Keskonis

July 12, 2021

To my beautiful wife,

Words cannot begin to capture the love I have for you. As I look at all the photos posted plus other photos that are not posted, I smile at all the incredible moments we shared together. As I remember all the journeys we experienced together, I will always hold in my heart your never ending joy of life and always looking for the gift in everything that touch our lives. I love you bigger than this whole wide world!

Love
Rob

Norma Haigh

June 30, 2021

My deepest condolences, I went to high school with Anne, she was truly one of the nicest people I have had the pleasure of knowing.

Mark Paazzo

June 28, 2021

My sister Anne was so very special to me and so many. She just knew how and what to say at the right time. She had such a wonderful gift to read people. Her way of cutting through the bull to get to the real issue amazed me every-time. We cannot replace her but we can continue to honor her for what she taught us all . . to be compassionate, to love with all your heart, to be honest with yourself and those you love. I will miss those calls, the talks and her laugh. What I will not do is forget her. I told my daughters that Annie is not gone . . . she lives in all of us. She continues to speak to me today. I love you always my wonderful sister. God bless and until we meet again in heaven.

Robert Keskonis

June 28, 2021

Robert Keskonis

June 28, 2021

Robert Keskonis

June 28, 2021

Robert Keskonis

June 28, 2021

Amie Jo Hewette

June 26, 2021

Anne Marie taught people lessons in life and built leadership in her care. She helped me to embrace change, listen, and see my strengths. More importantly, she was my friend. She accepted me for my flaws and loved me big.

Anne Marie will always be a part of my heart.

Matthew and Karen Misja

June 23, 2021

We are so sorry for all the turmoil you have suffered during the illness and now the loss of Anne Marie. Although we only met her in person on a few occasions, we feel we have known Annie for a very long time through all the beautiful stories shared with us by the Palazzo family. Anne Marie was an amazing woman who will be sorely missed by all the many who loved her and all the hearts she touched throughout her life. I know prayers were being said for a healing miracle for Anne. In a similar situation, a message from God was shared with us by a friend who was questioning God as to why the healing all were praying for was not granted. God replied, "My people are always winners! I either take the disease away from them or them away from the disease." God in his wisdom chose the latter for Annie and now she is happy in heaven with her Dad Dom and Jesus forever. May that thought and all the beautiful memories you hold in your hearts of her give you some comfort. Please know you remain in our constant prayers for God's comfort and peace to be yours during this difficult time. We love you.
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The Misja Family

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