In Memory

Ann Smith ((Mandaquit))

Ann Smith ((Mandaquit))

I received phone calls from Ann's son, Michael and her sister, Terri. Ann Smith Mandaquit passed peaceful about 5am this morning.

Per Dixie Zappala, Sept 10, 2018



 
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09/11/18 08:15 AM #3    

Roberta McNeill ((Haver))

I too am so sad to hear of the loss of Ann, she will be missed ! RIP


09/11/18 11:32 AM #4    

Pamela Krause (Loeffler)

Rest in peace Ann. 


09/11/18 11:55 AM #5    

Mary Beatty ((Morin))

So very sorry to hear about Ann. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. I will always remember her smile and her laugh. It was unforgettable.


09/11/18 10:10 PM #6    

Kris Fay ((Baker))

You will be greatly missed Funny Lady. I am so very glad we had great adventures and good memories.  Love, Kris 


09/15/18 01:15 PM #7    

Dixie Nervik (Zappala)

There is a public viewing for Ann this afternoon after which she will be cremated. The celebration of her life will be next Saturday at the studio home of a friend...as we all know, Ann was loved by so many people. The family is planning to also celebrate her life with her friends and family here in the Northwest next summer (around her birthday) at Seabeck Park.


09/16/18 01:52 PM #8    

Dixie Nervik (Zappala)

Ann's Obituary is at http://www.dodomortuary.com/obituary/5264427


09/16/18 02:03 PM #9    

Frank Kidrick

Obituary for Ann Smith (Mandaquit)

Ann Merle Mandaquit, 66, of Pahoa died Sept. 10 at Hawaii Care Choices. Born in Bremerton, Washington, she was the co-owner and office manager for Ultimate Roofing and member of Hale Pule Ke Ola Hou Church. Friends may call 9-10:30 a.m. Saturday (September 22, 2018) at Dream Hawaii Studio at 1009 Ahuna Rd. in Hilo (Longakit’s Residence); a celebration of her life will begin at 10:30. Casual attire. Survived by husband, Marcelo Mandaquit of Pahoa; sons, Jason (Coty) Mandaquit of Pahoa, Michael Mandaquit of Pahoa; grandchildren, Jaety Mandaquit of Pahoa, J.J. Mandaquit of Pahoa; brother, George (Lyn) Smith of Lynnwood, Washington; sister, Terri (Fred) Andrew of Kenmore, Washington; numerous nieces & nephews.


09/23/18 09:22 AM #10    

Dixie Nervik (Zappala)

 

Ann's sister sent this photo from Ann's Life Celebration yesterday in Hilo.....

 

 


06/01/19 10:12 AM #11    

Dixie Nervik (Zappala)

The Celebration of Life for Ann Smith Mandaquit is planned for the 21st of September at Seabeck State Park.  People are requested to start gathering at 1:00 pm with the Celebration starting at 2:00.  The family welcomes all of Ann’s family and friends to join them for this celebration. 

Together we will remember the happy times, tell our stories and celebrate her life. The family will be providing some refreshments. If you wish to bring food or drink to share, you are welcome to do so.

To help Ann’s family plan for this celebration, please RSVP to Dixie Zappala by September 1st via messaging on our class Facebook page or by email at dlzappala@gmail.com.

Please note that Seabeck State Park is a state park so you will need a Discovery Pass or pay $10.00 entry fee for the day.


02/16/21 01:14 PM #12    

Karen Nordleaf ((Monte Calvo))

Rest in peace Ann.


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