American Veteran 07

Annabell Lucille (Lundblad) Page

October 3, 1923 ~ July 11, 2020 (age 96)

Obituary

Ann was born in Detroit, Michigan, and graduated from Redford High School. A proud Army veteran, she served as Sargent WAC from August 1944 to June 1948. Graduating from Wayne State University in 1951 with a Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, she worked as an occupational therapist at Grace Hospital, in Sault Ste. Marie, Bay Cliff Health Camp in Big Bay and Pontiac Public Schools before later returning to work as a secretary for University of Michigan School of Social Work.

On November 23, 1957 Ann married Clifford Page at the First Presbyterian Church of South Lyon, Michigan, for whom she was an active member serving as historian and treasurer. Her commitment to community also included coordinating the Oakland County Well Baby Clinic, serving on the South Lyon School Board and as an affiliate of the Fine Arts of South Lyon and Act of Faith. Women's groups were often a focus of her time and effort, the Zeta's of Wayne State University, the Primary Child Study Group, the ladies of Four Lakes Drive and the Bridge Ladies of the U of M School of Social Work affectionately known as the "Golden Girls".


Ann's appreciation for the arts started with sewing, knitting and weaving, evolving later with photography, painting and wood working; passions shared with her late husband Cliff. Her talents with craft shone best, though, through her well known loaves of bread.


Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Claus and Anna Lundblad; sister, Lillian Weber; niece and her husband Susan and Paul McCoy; step daughter Cynthia Schoen; and her husband Cliff Page.


She is survived by her daughters, Kristin Kerwin and Jennifer Page; grandchildren, Stephanie Kerwin and David Kerwin; step grandchildren, Jeff (Marcia) Schoen, Darcy Schoen and Vanessa Schoen; nephew, William (Jean) Weber and Marian (Mike), Helena and William McCoy and Molly (Paul) Clement; friend Greg Kerwin; and great grandson Quinton Kerwin who was born on her birthday.


Many thanks to the staff at Independence Village/Laurus and Hospice.


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