Danheiser, Ann

Ann Elizabeth Danheiser

November 22, 1945 - June 2, 2022

Ann Elizabeth Danheiser of Allen, Texas passed away on June 2, 2022 at the age of 76. She was born on November 22, 1945 to Nicholas and Margaret (Laudise) Fiorella in Buffalo, New York.  

She is survived by her daughter, Julie Valenzuela and husband, Frank of Allen, Texas; son, Geoff Danheiser and wife, Stacey of Florida; grandchildren, Frankie, Tyson, Kylie, Nick, and Chloe; sister, Mary Ellen Fiorella (Louis); daughter-in-law, Rachel Danheiser of Florida; and many loving family members and friends.

Ann was preceded in death by her parents; husband, David Danheiser who she was married to for 49 years; and son, Gregg Danheiser.

Ann was a devout Catholic and loved crafts. She especially loved to hand-knit afghans and gave them to many as gifts and donations. 

A funeral mass will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, June 27, 2022 at St. Jude Catholic Church in Allen, Texas. A rosary will be said beginning at 9:20 am. All are welcome to attend. A reception will follow the mass for time and fellowship with family.  The service will be livestreamed at https://www.facebook.com/stjudesacraments.  

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis society in Ann's name. 

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I miss you, dear friend, and our special times together on Sunday mornings. I know you now rest in the comfort of God's arms. Love, Felicity Felicity Johnson, June 18, 2022 Thinking of the family as they grieve a wonderful woman. Angie Van Matre , June 6, 2022 I’m so sorry Julie. Robert Quach, June 6, 2022 It was our great privilege to get to know and care for Ann. We enjoyed her quick wit and the conversations we'd share. We will miss hearing her call Alexa to change the channels or read a book, or let us know Alexa is in need of remedial school. Ann has a special spot in our hearts, She was loved . Our deepest condolences to Julie and Geoff on losing your mom and also to the family at large. You will forever be in our hearts and prayers. Sincerely, Your Nedges Nest Family Nedges Nest Carestaff, June 6, 2022 It was such an honor to know you and to spend time with you over the last few years. Your candor and unique sense of humor have always been refreshing. You became a vital part of our home and a key member of the Nedges Nest family. My daughter Teresa enjoyed her interactions with you and the advice you would give. Your appreciation for excellence and unwillingness to settle for less have left an indelible mark in my heart. You will be missed dearly. Rest in Peace Anne. James Ayonga Nedges Nest James Ayonga , June 6, 2022 Hugs and prayers to you and your family. Ashley Rutherford , June 4, 2022