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Anna Mae (Reynolds) Diehl Mrs. Anna Mae (Reynolds) Diehl passed away quietly at her son’s home in Brockport on February 2, 2018. Born April 3, 1930 in the town of Florida, Montgomery County, New York to Francis and Sadie (Russell) Reynolds. Anna is predeceased by her father, mother, beloved stepfather, Arthur Reynolds and her brothers; Wayne W., Francis T., and Raymond A. Reynolds, sisters Marion Myklak and Eva Ballard and by grandsons Scott A. and Aaron J. Armstrong. She is survived by loving husband, Frank Diehl; brothers; Alton J. Reynolds of Currytown, NY, Arthur C. (Margaret) Reynolds of Lebanon TN.; sister, Lenora Krutz of Eudora KS.; four sons, Kevin A. (Kathleen), Larry E. (Dianne), Shane L. (Michelle), Brian D. (Karen) Armstrong; grandchildren; Brandon (Lisa), Ryan (Sarah Bell), Kyle, Justin (Stacy), Conor Armstrong, Shannon (Timothy) Flye; great-grandchildren, McKenzie, Addison, Hudson, Ryanna Armstrong, Brynn Quinn Flye; Her dog; Keka and a host of cousins, nieces, and nephews. On June 18, 1948 Anna married Leslie J. Armstrong in Huntingdon Quebec Canada. On August 7, 1969 she married Frank J. Diehl in Monroe County, New York. In 1959 Anna moved her family from the Mohawk Valley to Rochester, New York. She spent the rest of her life, and raised her four sons and a grandson in Monroe County having lived in Rochester, Churchville, North Chili and Greece. Anna worked several jobs during her lifetime including Bingo Time Tours but her primary occupation was always, first and foremost, raising children, and keeping an immaculate home with wonderful, bountiful, meals. She will be deeply missed by a large, loving family. Friends may call Sunday (Feb 11th) 1-4 PM at Vay-Schleich and Meeson, 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Service will be held Monday (Feb 12th) 10:00 AM in the Funeral Home Chapel. Private interment. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to House of Mercy, 285 Ormond St. Rochester, NY in her memory. For more information, or to sign Anna’s online guestbook, please visit Meesonfamily.com.

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  1. Rest in peace Anna, you were truly one of a kind. Loving, carefree, and full of fun. My thoughts and prayers to the Armstrong family, especially Kevin and kathy.

  2. I will always remember your wonderful laugh and loving concern for family and friends. Love you, Aunt Ann. God Bless

  3. Love to you Aunt Anna I adored you for ever… You were one more kick butt Aunt!!! You were hilarious, an awesome cook, heart of gold… and always willing to lusten. Rest in peace

  4. One of the sweetest woman I’ve had the privilege of knowing, wish I had gotten to know her even more. Love you Aunt Ann!

  5. Rest In Peace, Ann! I will always treasure the memories at the lake and in your pool. You always made things fun! My heart goes out to your boys and their families.

  6. Aunt Anna was not only my favorite aunt, but one of my favorite people. So many of my favorite childhood memories were ones when we were hanging out with her. She brought life and laughter to every gathering, and always made me feel loved. She was a strong woman who didn’t take any guff from anyone, and I’ve always admired her, loved her, and will miss her terribly.

  7. I have lost a good friend of many years. Ann was a living tutorial of how to live life in the footsteps of our Lord Jesus Christ. The very best of examples to all of us. She will be sadly missed and joyfully remembered.

  8. Ann it was a pleasure to beautify your hair every week and thanks for always giving me great advice ,you will always be a special person to me like i always told you you were just like my grandma from up north,i will miss you dearly Rest in peace,To Ann’s family i’m sorry for your loss

  9. Dear Frank and family,

    We are so sorry for your loss. Anna made us feel like family from the moment we met. She was amazing and loving and kind. Heaven’s gain is our loss. We pray that God will comfort you and grant you peace as you move through the days and months ahead.

    Love in Christ,
    Vince & Susan

  10. Dear Frank, Our thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. You have a wonderful family to help you through your days ahead.
    Love and Take Care, Larry and Diana

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