Ann E. Zetterlind, 96, died 27 October 2018, after suffering a traumatic fall several days earlier. During her hospitalization, she showed great strength before passing away peacefully in her sleep with her son Larry by her side. Ann lived with her daughter Ellen and Ellen’s husband Jack in Grant, Florida. She is survived and remembered by her children Larry and Ellen and their spouses, grandchildren Virgil and Kathy and their spouses, and her four great grandchildren. Ann was born in Troy, Pennsylvania. She moved to Warren, Pennsylvania, in her youth and graduated from Warren High school. She continued her studies at Rochester Institute of Technology where she met her husband Virgil. After graduation from RIT and some adventures in Hollywood, California, they returned to Warren to settle down. Ann helped with Virgil’s photography studio and ran a small catering business when her children were small. As her children got older, she traveled for the U.S. Census Bureau and then worked as a dietician for Warren General Hospital until she retired in 1988. Along the way, Ann enjoyed and spent time with her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and her many friends. She was active in many organizations and clubs and loved hosting parties and entertaining guests. In her later years, Ann split her time between Warren and her daughter Ellen’s in Florida until she decided it was time to stay in Florida with Ellen and Jack about three years ago. A memorial service will be held for Ann this coming spring at the First Presbyterian church, 300 Market St., Warren, PA. Any donations in memory of Ann should be sent to there, to the church she loved and served. The memorial date will be forthcoming. If you would like to be notified of Ann’s memorial date once the date is finalized, please contact her son Larry via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In remembrance of her grandmother, Kathy shared, “Ann’s example of independence, love and indomitable spirit will remain with us.” Indeed, it will. Ann lived a long, loving and hardworking life serving her children and grandchildren and friends. We will miss her. Larry, Ellen and families.