Anne Williamson



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Maple Ridge Manor

12020 Foreman St SE

Lowell, MI 49331

Anne Williamson, age 97 of Kentwood, passed away peacefully into the arms of Jesus Christ, her Lord and Savior on March 30, 2024. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Gertrude Bos; brothers, Wilmer Bos, Frank Bos; sister, Edna Bos. Anne is lovingly missed by her son, Michael Williamson; grandchildren, Andrew (Cari) Williamson, Terry Williamson; great grandchild, Makalie Williamson; sister, Doris Roszell; daughter-in-law, Debbie Morin; and several nieces and nephews.

Anne grew up on a farm in Marion, Michigan; later moved to Grand Rapids where she graduated from Godwin High School. She worked for Paragon Die and Eng. and Keller Foundation for 52 years. Anne was a long term member of Knapp Reformed Church. She enjoyed traveling internationally with family and friends. Anne spent her free time gardening, golfing, skiing, and entertaining her friends and family at her cottage at Silver Lake. The family will meet with friends and relatives from 1-2:30pm Sunday, April 7, 2024, at Roth-Gerst Funeral Home, 305 N. Hudson, Lowell, MI 49331, funeral service at 2:30pm at the same location. Rev. Les Wiseman officiating. Following the service a Celebration of life will be held from 3-5pm at the Lowell Showboat, 110 Riverwalk Plaza, Lowell, MI 49331. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Maple Ridge Manor, 12020 Foreman St SE, Lowell, MI 49331, Attention Activities.

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  1. Anne cared about people and often invited teens from Knapp Church to spend time with her at her cottage. I was blessed to be one of those teens and enjoyed many days skiing, tubing, playing games, going to Craig’s Cruisers, and had many meals around Anne’s table. She listened, she invested time, she prayed, and she skied like no grandma I’d ever seen before. She was a remarkable woman and I have so many cherished memories that she is part of. Prayers to her family as they celebrate her amazing life and legacy.

  2. I will always remember Anne with a smile on her face. She was such a classy lady and was always willing to lend a hand. We enjoyed many “ladies events” at the church and we will miss her!

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