In Memory

Ann Hague

Ann Hague

Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf
Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from WMU and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons. - See more at: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obituary.aspx?n=ann-e-hague-shephard&pid=174973340&fhid=18443#sthash.JNQxmDUG.dpuf

Ann Elizabeth Hague-Shephard went to lead an angel choir on Friday May 29, surrounded by love, peace and family. Born September 30, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio, Ann was the daughter of the late Robert W. and Lucille C. (Hunt) Hague. She is survived by her twins Kathryn Shephard, Chelsea (Jeremy) Morris, their father John, her partner Michael Seymoure, brothers Donald (Ann) and Peter (Beth), niece Lucille (Randall) McLeod and nephew Matthew Hague. Ann is also survived by many friends including Terry Hague, Beverley Davies and you. Music was Ann's calling. She earned her Master's Degree in Music from Western Michigan University and was instrumental in teaching many many little fingers over the years the beauty of the keys. Ann didn't play the piano, she owned it. Among the ways she shared her gifts was being church pianist at Westminster Presbyterian in Portage and later First Presbyterian Church in Paw Paw, teaching music at KPS and private lessons in her home. We, as her loved ones, know that there are not enough hours in the day to contemplate all of the beautiful melodies Ann brought to this world. We are very sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann way too soon. It is with the same love she gave to the world, that we send her on her journey. To honor Ann's legacy, we ask you, please help a child in your life receive music lessons.

 

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05/31/15 08:30 PM #1    

Debi Marsh (Davidson)

My heart is heavy.  Rest well Ann.  Debi Marsh Davidson

 

 

 

 


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