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Ann Marie Burrow

November 23, 2022 | 1 comment

Ann Marie Burrow, 65, of Onalaska, passed away peacefully November 19, 2022 at her home.  She was born on November 30, 1956 to James and Nancy Freybler. She married Terrance Burrow on August 25, 1979 in La Crosse, WI.

Ann’s greatest pleasure and “hobby” was spoiling and playing with grandchildren. She enjoyed traveling to Florida to visit her son, Brad. Spending time with family and friends was important to Ann. She visited vineyards and enjoyed her glass of wine.

Ann is survived by her husband, Terry Burrow; sons, Ben (Rachel) Burrow and Brad Burrow. She is also survived by grandchildren, Amelia and Andrew Burrow; sisters, Chris ( Mike) Mowery, Vicky Freybler, Sharon (Larry) Kelbel; brothers, Tony (Cindy) Freybler and Mike (Mary) Freybler. Ann was preceded in death by her parents James and Nancy Freybler.

Ann’s family would like to thank Dr. Oettel and Gundersen Lutheran Hospice, especially Jason, Julie, and Dr. Larry for their kind and compassionate care shown to Ann during her illness.

A visitation will be held on Monday, December 5 at The Gathering Place, 133 Mason Street, Onalaska, at 10:00am and a memorial service at 12:00pm. The family would like to invite friends for a luncheon after the services.  In lieue of flowers, memorials may be given to Gundersen Hospice.

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  1. Mary Erickson

    Dear friend Ann, not only were you my boss at Altra, you were my confidant, friend, shoulder, partner, and let me blow off steam more times than I can count. We shared not only work, but personal conflicts when we both needed them the most. When you left, we lost contact for a while and things just weren’t the same at work. We both had a fuse that would set us off from time to time, but leaned on each other for advice or comfort. You liked your merlot 🍷😊, me my moscato and we downed them pretty good. We had lots of fun too.
    I was so glad to see you at my door after Mark passed away. You were more concerned about me, than what you were going through yourself. We talked a lot that day and it was as if we hadn’t missed a beat. Scheduled a lunch date that we were never able to keep. You were just too sick. I’m sorry you were too sick to take that trip to Disney, but your goal was to send the grands. Please have a glass of wine with Mark, and a Windsor for him, and watch over all of us back here. RIP Ann.

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