Joseph Gawler’s Sons, LLC

5130 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC


Ann Beasley Hyde

December 11, 1952July 5, 2019

Ann Beasley Hyde was born on December 11, 1952 and passed away on July 5, 2019.


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Michael Dompas

July 13, 2019

Ann, I will always remember your generous and kind support to me upon my return to Washington from Jakarta. As my 6 months to find another position in the Bank approached, you invited me to lunch and told me not to worry... everything will be fine you said in your signature warm and reassuring voice...And, of course you were right...Thank you Ann. I will forever treasure your friendship. Rest In Peace dear Ann... Love, Michael

Angie Nash

July 12, 2019

I can still hear Ann’s soft voice when she called to discuss a matter at work. She brought elegance and grace to whatever she did. I am very sad that she left us so soon.

marta peri

July 12, 2019

Ann and I had offices next to each other for a few years and I will always remember her cheerful and outgoing personality; the way I would sometimes hear her laughter from next door and think it was a very welcoming laugh to whomever was stopping by. I was deeply saddened to hear of her passing (so early!) and I hope that she was in a rush to go and meet Banks again. Rest in peace, Ann.

Oriana Bolvaran

July 12, 2019

I am thankful to have shared memories with Anne, she made a difference in so many lives. I am also thankful to have been part of her life and learning from her in so many ways. As she always said, don't be sad, our paths will always cross again.

Dirk Mattheisen

July 12, 2019

Ann was a kind, generous colleague and friend and deeply committed to the World Bank. She was a pleasure to work with, engaging, positive and creative. Willing to take on any task. It is saddening to learn of her passing so soon and far too early. Rest in eternal peace.

Merrell Tuck-Primdahl

July 11, 2019

Ann was smart, funny, and generous in guiding younger colleagues when I worked with her at the World Bank. She was loyal and grateful for the people she loved, not least of all her husband Banks. I was sorry I never met him, but I recall how Ann's eyes lit up when she spoke of him. What a classy, graceful woman. We lost her far too soon.

My deep condolences to all who loved her.

A classy, graceful woman whose beauty and kindness left an enduring mark.

We miss you dear Ann.

Carol Soma

July 10, 2019

Classy, dignified, warm, friendly - Ann was all that and much more. Rest In Peace my friend , you will be greatly missed.

Alexandra Bezeredi

July 9, 2019

You were a lovely colleague at the World Bank and a true friend -- an attentive listener and wise counsel, with a magic combo of grace, class, warmth and humor. A beautiful lady in all senses of the word. I'll miss you so much and am very glad we had a lovely dinner earlier this year. You were suffering, but you never let it show. May you rest in peace.
Love, Alexandra

Tim Patterson

July 9, 2019

From the memories of eating crabs on Friday evenings at the Beasley’s Ferry Point home to the countless boating adventures on the South River and the Chesapeake Bay, Ann was always a delightful participant.
No matter the occasion, formal or not, she would always light up the room with her beautiful smile and personality !
My condolences to the entire family ! Tim P.