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Obituary of Anne Brenndorfer
Anne Lore Brenndorfer was born on January 23, 1953 in
Anne's father, Wilhelm, was born in
Anne was born with brain damage and cerebral palsy, and was developmentally delayed. She was given a poor prognosis from birth but her parents took care of her at home until she was 5 years old.
Due to her care requirements, Anne was admitted to Huronia Regional Centre in
In 2006, Anne was placed in a group home located on
Anne resided at the group home until her medical needs increased and she eventually moved to Complex Continuing Care at
Anne will always be remembered for her strong spirit, tight hand-grip, fun-loving and mischievous nature, love of music (particularly country and classical), and infectious smile. While she was unable to talk in the conventional sense, she communicated very well with her expressions and gestures and never hesitated to speak her mind in that way. Anne’s child-like nature made her easy to love by everyone who took care of her.
Anne had a strong will to live and she always fought for life despite predictions to the contrary, and we believe that she only left us when she was ready to go. Despite her handicaps, Anne touched many lives and we are better people for having known someone who was given so little in life but was joyful for simple things that many people take for granted. We also believe that God is eager to welcome Anne and make her fully healthy and whole, and this passing is only a temporary good-bye until we can walk and talk with Anne in a better place.
Donations in remembrance of Anne can be made to:
Community Living Newmarket/Aurora District