Anne Harriett Duffy (Still), 74, passed away at home in Galt on Nov. 4, 2019, after a courageous battle with progressive supra-nuclear palsy. She was born to the late Gerald and Mildred Still on June 27, 1945 in Orange, Calif.
Anne was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend. She had an inspiring, unconditional and compassionate love that presented itself to anyone she came across in her life. Her sense of adventure and fun created lasting memories; she is deeply missed and will never be forgotten.
Anne was raised in Southern California and attended Mater Dei High School. She met her husband “Denny” at church in 1964, while he was in the Marine Corps. They started a family, settling in Stockton. Although they later divorced, she always cared deeply for him.
Anne is survived by her five children, 14 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren: Kevin (wife Alicia and children Nicole, Sean, Kylie, Zack, Jennifer and Nicole), Dennis (wife Tonya and children Deardra (great grandchildren Dallas and Nate), Heather (great grandchildren Bobbi and Charlotte-Anne), Allison, Connor (wife Jazmin), Mike (wife Gia and children Nora and Leo), Nora Mary (husband John Stroh), and Timothy (wife Kristen and children Rowan and Logan), and a number of other loving relatives and close friends.
Anne enjoyed spending time with her family, gardening, and was involved in several organizations and charities in the Stockton area (Joe-Harry’s youth group at Annunciation Church, Child Abuse Prevention Council, San Joaquin Grand Jury, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Auxiliary, Hospice of San Joaquin and the Dameron Hospital Auxiliary). Anne later became a consecrated member of the Pro Ecclesia Sancta religious group and moved to St. Paul, Minnesota to help them at St. Mark’s Catholic Parrish. She moved to Galt in 2014 where she lived with family until the time of her passing.
A Rosary, followed by Mass, will be held at St. Christopher’s Catholic Church. See www.klumppsfuneralhome.com for date and time. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to CurePSP through www.psp.org.