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Ginger Hobart
Ginger Hobart
Anna & my daughter Haley met at Emma Willard and quickly became devoted friends and skiing buddies.  Living close by, she often spent time in our home and I cherish those memories. There are a few people in the world one is lucky enough to meet who light up a room whenever they enter. She was fun, funny, intelligent, beautiful and always watching those around her so she could graciously lend a hand when needed. We were lucky enough to continue our friendship with her after high school, as she used our home as her base for flying in and out of Albany on her trips home. We are grateful her joyfully happy spirit blessed our lives even though it was to brief.  I hope those close loved ones of Annie will listen for her. She will want to continue loving and caring for you, and keep you safe.

Her family and close friends have our deepest condolences.
Ginger Hobart and Rob Campbell
Courtney Keene
Courtney Keene
Dear Kjolhede Family,
I want to offer my most sincere condolences for your loss. Annalise was a true star. I had the pleasure of having her as a student as she studied abroad in Senegal in the spring of 2009. She was, even in many less than ideal situations, always positive, considerate, and eager to lend a hand. I know that she will be dearly missed by you,her family, and her many friends. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. 
Peace & Love,Courtney  
Ben Ebenhack
Ben Ebenhack
Annalise was one of my students at UR -- but not just 'one of' -- rather one of those special students, who come along once in a while and add more than I could possibly give in their education.  I still share her work with students today.  Of course, beyond that was her spirit, to which so many have already spoken eloquently here.  Her family and friends are in our prayers.
Nancy Weissflog
Nancy Weissflog
Dear Anne and Chris,


Thinking of you and praying for you.


When my first child was born, our minister said to us: "Remember, he is yours to love and care for now but be careful in loving him too much for he also belongs to God in Heaven."  It took me many many years to truly understand the deepness of that thought.


Always thinking of others, thank you Anne, for the explanation you shared re Annalise's accident.


I know you both will tend to the dreams Annalise had for her life.


 


 
John Keenan
John Keenan
We cherish the memories of sailing the BVI with Annalise and her 2nd family; Uncle Chris, Aunt Kathy, Cousin "twin sister" Tess and Natalia.  Her beautiful smile, her beautiful spirit will live on forever in all of our hearts and minds.  We love you all.  -  John and Dinah
Mary Livermore
Mary Livermore
The service at the Fly Creek Methodist was so full of hope, love and the essence of Annalise's spirit, in words, music and the witness of love amongst family and friends. Thank you for this gift. I keep running my mind over the many words I heard which were comforting and inspiring for me. It would be so wonderful to be able to read some of the beautiful poems and remarkably tender remembrances.
Emily Minor
Emily Minor
My boyfriend and I met Annalise only one month ago when we were all volunteering on Truckee River Day. She asked if she could work with us while we planted Jeffrey Pines.
We had a great day with Annalise and had hoped to see her again.

She had an incredible spirit that was noticeable in the first few minutes of meeting her. I feel extremely lucky to have met her and shared the day with her. My heart goes out to her friends and family, I know she touched many lives including mine. 
Mfon Umoren
Mfon Umoren
"I'll lend you for a little time a child of Mine," He said."For you to love the while she lives and mourn for when she's dead.It may be six or seven years, or twenty-two or three.But will you, till I call her back, take care of her for Me?She'll bring her charms to gladden you, and shall her stay be brief.You'll have her lovely memories in solace for your grief.
"I cannot promise she will stay, since all from earth return,But there are lessons taught down there I want this child to learn.I've looked the wide world over in my search for teachers trueAnd from the throngs that crowd life's lanes I have selected you.Now will you give her all your love, not think the labor vain,Not hate Me when I come to call to take her back again?"
I fancied that I heard them say, "Dear Lord, Thy will be done!For all the joy Thy child shall bring, the risk of grief we'll run.We'll shelter her with tenderness, we'll love her while we may,And for the happiness we've known forever grateful stay.But shall the angels call for her much sooner than we've planned,We'll brave the bitter grief that comes and try to understand."
By Edgar Guest

Thinking of Annie's family today..my thoughts and prayers are with you...
Ginger Hobart
Ginger Hobart
Anna & my daughter Haley met at Emma Willard and quickly became devoted friends and skiing buddies.  Living close by, she often spent time in our home and I cherish those memories. There are a few people in the world one is lucky enough to meet who light up a room whenever they enter. She was fun, funny, intelligent, beautiful and always watching those around her so she could graciously lend a hand when needed. We were lucky enough to continue our friendship with her after high school, as she used our home as her base for flying in and out of Albany on her trips home. We are grateful her joyfully happy spirit blessed our lives even though it was to brief.  I hope those close loved ones of Annie will listen for her. She will want to continue loving and caring for you, and keep you safe.

Her family and close friends have our deepest condolences.
Ginger Hobart and Rob Campbell
Courtney Keene
Courtney Keene
Dear Kjolhede Family,
I want to offer my most sincere condolences for your loss. Annalise was a true star. I had the pleasure of having her as a student as she studied abroad in Senegal in the spring of 2009. She was, even in many less than ideal situations, always positive, considerate, and eager to lend a hand. I know that she will be dearly missed by you,her family, and her many friends. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. 
Peace & Love,Courtney  
Ben Ebenhack
Ben Ebenhack
Annalise was one of my students at UR -- but not just 'one of' -- rather one of those special students, who come along once in a while and add more than I could possibly give in their education.  I still share her work with students today.  Of course, beyond that was her spirit, to which so many have already spoken eloquently here.  Her family and friends are in our prayers.
Nancy Weissflog
Nancy Weissflog
Dear Anne and Chris,


Thinking of you and praying for you.


When my first child was born, our minister said to us: "Remember, he is yours to love and care for now but be careful in loving him too much for he also belongs to God in Heaven."  It took me many many years to truly understand the deepness of that thought.


Always thinking of others, thank you Anne, for the explanation you shared re Annalise's accident.


I know you both will tend to the dreams Annalise had for her life.


 


 
John Keenan
John Keenan
We cherish the memories of sailing the BVI with Annalise and her 2nd family; Uncle Chris, Aunt Kathy, Cousin "twin sister" Tess and Natalia.  Her beautiful smile, her beautiful spirit will live on forever in all of our hearts and minds.  We love you all.  -  John and Dinah
Emily Minor
Emily Minor
My boyfriend and I met Annalise only one month ago when we were all volunteering on Truckee River Day. She asked if she could work with us while we planted Jeffrey Pines.
We had a great day with Annalise and had hoped to see her again.

She had an incredible spirit that was noticeable in the first few minutes of meeting her. I feel extremely lucky to have met her and shared the day with her. My heart goes out to her friends and family, I know she touched many lives including mine. 
Mfon Umoren
Mfon Umoren
"I'll lend you for a little time a child of Mine," He said."For you to love the while she lives and mourn for when she's dead.It may be six or seven years, or twenty-two or three.But will you, till I call her back, take care of her for Me?She'll bring her charms to gladden you, and shall her stay be brief.You'll have her lovely memories in solace for your grief.
"I cannot promise she will stay, since all from earth return,But there are lessons taught down there I want this child to learn.I've looked the wide world over in my search for teachers trueAnd from the throngs that crowd life's lanes I have selected you.Now will you give her all your love, not think the labor vain,Not hate Me when I come to call to take her back again?"
I fancied that I heard them say, "Dear Lord, Thy will be done!For all the joy Thy child shall bring, the risk of grief we'll run.We'll shelter her with tenderness, we'll love her while we may,And for the happiness we've known forever grateful stay.But shall the angels call for her much sooner than we've planned,We'll brave the bitter grief that comes and try to understand."
By Edgar Guest

Thinking of Annie's family today..my thoughts and prayers are with you...
Mary Livermore
Mary Livermore
The service at the Fly Creek Methodist was so full of hope, love and the essence of Annalise's spirit, in words, music and the witness of love amongst family and friends. Thank you for this gift. I keep running my mind over the many words I heard which were comforting and inspiring for me. It would be so wonderful to be able to read some of the beautiful poems and remarkably tender remembrances.
Ben Ebenhack
Ben Ebenhack
Annalise was one of my students at UR -- but not just 'one of' -- rather one of those special students, who come along once in a while and add more than I could possibly give in their education.  I still share her work with students today.  Of course, beyond that was her spirit, to which so many have already spoken eloquently here.  Her family and friends are in our prayers.
Emily Minor
Emily Minor
My boyfriend and I met Annalise only one month ago when we were all volunteering on Truckee River Day. She asked if she could work with us while we planted Jeffrey Pines.
We had a great day with Annalise and had hoped to see her again.

She had an incredible spirit that was noticeable in the first few minutes of meeting her. I feel extremely lucky to have met her and shared the day with her. My heart goes out to her friends and family, I know she touched many lives including mine. 
Courtney Keene
Courtney Keene
Dear Kjolhede Family,
I want to offer my most sincere condolences for your loss. Annalise was a true star. I had the pleasure of having her as a student as she studied abroad in Senegal in the spring of 2009. She was, even in many less than ideal situations, always positive, considerate, and eager to lend a hand. I know that she will be dearly missed by you,her family, and her many friends. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. 
Peace & Love,Courtney  
John Keenan
John Keenan
We cherish the memories of sailing the BVI with Annalise and her 2nd family; Uncle Chris, Aunt Kathy, Cousin "twin sister" Tess and Natalia.  Her beautiful smile, her beautiful spirit will live on forever in all of our hearts and minds.  We love you all.  -  John and Dinah
Mfon Umoren
Mfon Umoren
"I'll lend you for a little time a child of Mine," He said."For you to love the while she lives and mourn for when she's dead.It may be six or seven years, or twenty-two or three.But will you, till I call her back, take care of her for Me?She'll bring her charms to gladden you, and shall her stay be brief.You'll have her lovely memories in solace for your grief.
"I cannot promise she will stay, since all from earth return,But there are lessons taught down there I want this child to learn.I've looked the wide world over in my search for teachers trueAnd from the throngs that crowd life's lanes I have selected you.Now will you give her all your love, not think the labor vain,Not hate Me when I come to call to take her back again?"
I fancied that I heard them say, "Dear Lord, Thy will be done!For all the joy Thy child shall bring, the risk of grief we'll run.We'll shelter her with tenderness, we'll love her while we may,And for the happiness we've known forever grateful stay.But shall the angels call for her much sooner than we've planned,We'll brave the bitter grief that comes and try to understand."
By Edgar Guest

Thinking of Annie's family today..my thoughts and prayers are with you...
Ginger Hobart
Ginger Hobart
Anna & my daughter Haley met at Emma Willard and quickly became devoted friends and skiing buddies.  Living close by, she often spent time in our home and I cherish those memories. There are a few people in the world one is lucky enough to meet who light up a room whenever they enter. She was fun, funny, intelligent, beautiful and always watching those around her so she could graciously lend a hand when needed. We were lucky enough to continue our friendship with her after high school, as she used our home as her base for flying in and out of Albany on her trips home. We are grateful her joyfully happy spirit blessed our lives even though it was to brief.  I hope those close loved ones of Annie will listen for her. She will want to continue loving and caring for you, and keep you safe.

Her family and close friends have our deepest condolences.
Ginger Hobart and Rob Campbell
Nancy Weissflog
Nancy Weissflog
Dear Anne and Chris,


Thinking of you and praying for you.


When my first child was born, our minister said to us: "Remember, he is yours to love and care for now but be careful in loving him too much for he also belongs to God in Heaven."  It took me many many years to truly understand the deepness of that thought.


Always thinking of others, thank you Anne, for the explanation you shared re Annalise's accident.


I know you both will tend to the dreams Annalise had for her life.


 


 
Mary Livermore
Mary Livermore
The service at the Fly Creek Methodist was so full of hope, love and the essence of Annalise's spirit, in words, music and the witness of love amongst family and friends. Thank you for this gift. I keep running my mind over the many words I heard which were comforting and inspiring for me. It would be so wonderful to be able to read some of the beautiful poems and remarkably tender remembrances.