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Anna Maria Millen-McGinnis

Anna Maria Millen-McGinnis

1958 - December 16th, 2021

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Name Anna Maria Millen-McGinnis
Date of Birth 1958
Date of Death December 16th, 2021
Home Town Belfast, Northern Ireland, GB 
Other City Arp, TX, US 
Interests Family, Travel, Gardening, Camping, Fishing, Volunteer work
In Memoriam Donation Shriners Hospital for Children
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Funeral Home Borren and O'Connor
Cemetery Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery
Address 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway
Dallas TX 75211
United States
Location Section 19B Grave 23
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Significant OtherMartin McGinnis
ParentsThomas Alphonsus Millen, Sarah (Saddie) C Millen
ChildrenJustin A. McGinnis, Natalie Ann McGinnis
Grand-ParentsJohn Millen, Patrick Edgar, Catherine J. McAaleavy, Sarah McShane
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Milestones

1973 Arrived USA via NYC
1973 - 1976 Willows High School, High School
1975 - 1977 Electronic Techncian, US Forest Service
1975 - 1982 Wedding Engagement, Personal
1976 Graduated High School
1978 Graduated College
1978 - 1980 Butte College, AAS Electronic Techician
1978 - 1984 Electronic Techncian, Intel Corporation
1980 Hired by Intel Corp. R&D
1982 Married Martin McGinnis
1982 - 2021 Mother/Home manager, Casa McGinnis
1984 Moved to Denver Colorado
1986 Birth of Justin McGinnis
1988 Moved to Canton Michigan
1989 Birth Natalie McGinnis
1992 Moved to Milford Mass.
1994 Moved to Novi Michigan
1994 Started for Westside Forestry
1998 Moved to Dallas Texas
2000 Moved Back to Novi Micigan
2000 - 2013 Office Manager, West Side Forestry
2002 Became a US Citizen
2013 Retired
2014 Moved to Arp Texas

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Martin McGinnis published a tribute .

Ann was my best friend, lover, wife, mother to our children and the most genuine and generous spirit I've ever known. She can never be duplicated and will be missed everyday for the remainder of my life and her family/friends. I was truely bless to have had her at my side for the last 48 years.

Sweet Dreams my love until we're joined again.

Martin

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Becky Obermayer published a comment .

I was proud to call Anna my friend. I loved her very much and I am so thankful that our paths crossed many years ago fishing on Lake Erie. We hit it off from the moment we met! We had so much fun laughing, fishing, cooking, camping, and solving all of life's problems. Anna dearly loved her family and friends. I treasure all of the fun times we shared, even 1200 miles apart. I will forever miss you my dear sweet Anna. I love you.

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Donald Kaercher published a comment .

Martin, Anna, and kids were close friends when we both landed in Michigan. We did a lot together, hunting, camping, but mostly just hanging out, watching the kids grow, and just having lots of fun and laughs like you do when you are young and seemingly indestructible. We were very close during those years, and my memories of Ann was that of a great mom, wife, and just an all- around fun person. I am still in shock she is gone. Life seems so unfair sometimes. She was one of the really good ones. God bless.

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Martin A Mcginnis published a comment .

Thanks Don, we both love you the same.

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Rob Rist published a comment .

I lived across the street from Ann and the Millen family when they moved to Willows from Northern Ireland. She, her brother Pat, Marty, and I were classmates. I always remember her and Marty walking hand-in-hand around the High School campus. After seeing the tribute, it is obvious from the pictures that Ann had a life well-lived. God Bless Ann, and Marty and family

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Martin published a comment .

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Dave And Janel Voglewede published a tribute .

Martin, Justin and Natalie -
thank you for sharing your wonderful wife and mother's presence and love with us. Every time we met or talked on the phone with her - including countless times since meeting in Colorado - was special. Her love, family pride and optimism was always contagious and so much of it was drawn from you! We will deeply miss her wisdom, convictions as well as her friendship. We are grateful that her suffering is nevermore, as well as thankful for the bravery she taught us, and we plan to see her vibrant/loving self again in good time.
Again, thank you for sharing her with us.

In honor of Anna, and so others here can share in your family's love for each other, here is a privately posted YouTube video link to an abbreviated version of the family video I made for you guys as a X-Mas gift some years ago. I hope it helps you remember the good times! It is viewable by anyone you want to share it with.
Thank you again for sharing Anna with us, and we will continue to keep her in our prayers - and, know that she is doing the same for her beloved Husband, Daughter and Son from a far higher place.

https://youtu.be/oYfi0njrtWw

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Martin McGinnis published a comment .

Thanks Dave, that brought a lot of memories of very good times.

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Martin McGinnis published a comment .

Ann loved Christmas most and all of the holidays, but her joy in entertaining friends was her biggest passion and this picture captures it best of all.

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Anna Maria Millen-McGinnis' Virtual (on-line) Celebration of Life

February 5th, 2022 at 12:00am
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Anna McGinnis' Official Irish Wake

February 18th, 2022 at 4:30pm
22924 County Road 223
Arp, TX
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