español English

Obituary for Anna DeMonge

Anna DeMonge thumbnail

Anna DeMonge

November 29, 1920 - August 15, 2014

Anna M. DeMonge, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, and friend died August 15, 2014 peacefully of natural causes. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, November 29, 1920, and was the daughter of Herman Wellerding and Mae Gebhardt.

On June 25, 1947 she married the love of her life, Robert (Bob) DeMonge at St. Cecilia’s Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. Bob died August 8, 1996.

She had been an active bowler for 50 years. She had been a Director and Treasurer in the Ogden Women’s Bowling Association and in 1986 was inducted into the Association’s Hall of Fame. Ann was an ardent sports fan. Her favorites being Notre Dame and the Utah Jazz. She also enjoyed many trips with her bowling tournaments, many Navy reunions with Dad as well as trips to Wendover. She had a love of animals, but her greatest love and joy was her family. She is a member of the Catholic Church.

Mom is survived by her four daughters: Carol “CD” DeMonge, Layton, Utah; Marilyn Griffin and Donna Neill, Roy, Utah; and Barbara Colemere, AZ; four grandchildren: Gary (Paula) Colemere, Jim (Whitney) Colemere, Bobbi (Lenny) Hennessy all of Arizona, and Tyler Neill, Greeley, CO; as well as four great grandchildren: Avery and Cade Colemere, Connor Hennessy, and Colton Colemere all of AZ.

Mom is preceded in death by her husband, a son James (Jim), granddaughter Ashley Neill, her brother Frank Wellerding and her son-in-law Wayne Colemere.

The family would like to give special recognition to the wonderful staff at Legacy of Layton Rehab Center for their loving care of our Mom during her stay.

In lieu of flowers, please give to the charity of your choice.

Friends and family may gather at the Graveside at Leavitt’s Mortuary Aultorest Memorial Park,
836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah, Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 11:00 am.

It was Mom’s wish there will be no public viewing.

 

Leave a Condolence

Service Schedule

Service Information

Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Time: 11:00 am -

Friends and family may gather at the Graveside at Leavitt’s Mortuary Aultorest Memorial Park,
836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah, Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 11:00 am.


Cemetery Information

Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Time: 11:00 am -


 

Life Event Timeline

Help tell the story of Anna by contributing to the Life Event Timeline. Upload the photo of an event...

Post an Event

Timeline for Anna DeMonge

Born: November 29, 1920
Died: August 15, 2014

Condolences for Anna DeMonge

Paulette Ralph posted on 8/21/14

Dear Barb, I was sorry to hear of your Mom's passing but know she is at peace. You were such a great daughter and always were there for her. Moms are so special and I know you have many wonderful memories to help you through this. My sympathies to your sisters and the entire family. God Bless.

 

Julie/Dr Starley's posted on 8/20/14

CD and Marilyn- You have been in my thoughts since you called Monday morning. Ann was such a beautiful, warm person. I absolutely loved when you three girls came in to the office together. What wonderful daughters you have been to your sweet mom. CD, reminiscing about the dance class and great times we had brought back such fun, (hysterical) memories. I will truly miss her. Knowing Ann for the past 18 years has been has sure been a privilege. My love and prayers to all of you.

 

Theresa Dabling posted on 8/18/14

Marilyn- My deepest sympathy. I would love to hear from you. Theresa M. Dabling 801-540-9344

 

Michelle Boam Clanton posted on 8/18/14

CD, I was sad to see your mom in the paper yesterday posting about her passing. She was an amazing person. She always gave me support at every game she came too. She made me laugh. I am sorry, but I can't be there tomorrow to give you my support. You were there for me when my grandfather passed away and I will never forget that huge hug you gave me. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love Goggles Michelle Boam Clanton

 

Denise Sly posted on 8/18/14

CD, I was so sad when I read of the passing of Oakley. Yet, it's hard to be too sad knowing she is once again with your dad and Jimmy. There will be difficult days ahead. Losing a parent, as you know, is so hard. I know that your many friends, former players and family will help you get through the tough times ahead. Know I am thinking of you and praying for you and the family. Warmly, Denise Sly

 

Lorraine Holmes Martinez posted on 8/18/14

Dear Marilyn and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear mother. It is so difficult to lose a parent and my heart goes out to you. I remember the fun times we had at your house when we were in high school. Prayers for you during this difficult time.

 

Heidi Owen posted on 8/17/14

My heart broke a little more today when I read of your passing sweet Anne. I have and will continue to miss our chats at your kitchen table talking about this, that and the other. You are a very sweet lady and have been a very precious friend to me for many, many years. Although I am sad at you leaving a part of me had to smile knowing that you are now back with Bob, Jim, Wayne and finally meeting your precious granddaughter Ashley for the very first time. What a reunion you all must be having. For now Anne, RIP sweet friend and I have no doubt we will see each other again. Tell Bob hello. Love you always, Heidi

 

28