June 17, 1929 - February 17, 2019
Waverly, New York
February 17, 2019
June 17, 1929
Vestal, New York
Anne M. Lainhart, 89, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, February 17 in Waverly, NY.
Anne enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. In retirement, she lived in South Carolina with some of her most cherished, best friends. She traveled, was an avid reader, and had a sharp eye for design and fashion. Anne had a great sense of humor and was kind to everyone she met.
Originally from Vestal, NY, Anne is predeceased by her husband, William Lainhart; her son, Richard Lainhart; her sister, Arlene Bromwell; her brother, Bruce David; and stepbrother, Howard Potts.
Anne is survived by her daughter, Karen Varano of Waverly, NY; her son, Todd Lainhart (Sharon Briggs) of Harvard, MA; and daughter-in-law, Caroline Meyers of Valley Cottage, NY. Anne had five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial to celebrate Anne’s life will be held at a later date. The family is being assisted by Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad St., Waverly, NY. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Irene Cook
My deepest sympathy to Anne's family. She was a wonderful friend and I will miss her.
RIP my friend.
From: J. Schiffbauer
I was friends with Anne when we lived at Captains Harbour Condo in Myrtle Beach, S.Car. Anne was always so well liked by all of us. My sympathy to her family. May she rest in peace...she will be missed.
From: Sharon and Jim Moore
Prayers and sympathy, for the entire family, and one of her loyal and closest friends, Irene Cook. Met Anne at Captains Harbour, SC. She was so kind and sweet. We had several lunches together with other friends we made there. Visited her at her home when she lived with Irene. Considered both such great friends. Lots of laughter and great memories. She will be missed. RIP
From: Felicia Payne
Very sorry to have lost
a dear friend. I know she is in a much better place wit her God. R.I.P my friend. My prayers are with the family.
From: Debbie & John Fry
We met Anne and Irene(I can’t think of one without the other!)
At Captains Harbor too.
Anne and Irene were the first to make us feel welcome in South Carolina.
She had a laugh I will never forget, and a kindness that is to be admired.
Rest In Peace , Anne
From: Gerry Kenney
Anne and have been friends for many many years. I spent many a day at her home in Vestal, NY when I too lived there. We had a lot of the same friends and we did a lot of things together until she left Vestal and moved to SC. My daughter and I visited her in SC and that is where I met Irene who was a great friend to Anne. When she left SC and went to Waverly to be with her daughter, I spoke to her many times. I will miss her very much. I loved her as a friend.
From: Debbie & John Fry
Our deepest sympathy to Anne’s family. Anne was a true friend. Anne and her friend (Irene Cook) were the first to welcome us when we moved to South Carolina over 20 years ago. We enjoyed her company through neighboring, many dinners & other social events. We will forever remember her infectious laugh. Always a joy. Rest In Peace Until we meet again.
From: Claudia Willson
Condolences to you Karen and your family at this difficult time. May God comfort you and give you some peace.
From: Fred and Lena Russo
Dear Karen and Family: So sorry to read about your sweet dear Mom passing. We are sending our deepest sympathy. She is with our Dear Lord for sure. Very sweet and humble person she was. We are so glad that we have met her through our visiting at our son Frank and his family. We are sending our warm and comfort dear Karen and family. Love and blessing to you and your beautiful family. Fred and Lena Russo
From: Caroline Meyers
Dearest, Anne, you were so much more than mother of my dear husband and a wonderful mother-in-law, you were a second mother to me. I will miss you.
From: CAMILLE FONTANA
I loved Anne- we worked together at Face Factory in the 1980's. She later became part of our family and adored my Mom who felt the same. My condolences!