Anne Park Obituary

Anne Park

Anne Elizabeth Park, 62, passed away on March 20, 2020. Born in Philadelphia on December 5, 1957 to Anna (Kane) and Richard Park, she was a 1976 graduate of Highland High School in Blackwood, NJ. She resided in Clinton, NJ with Charles Munson, the love of her life. They owned and operated the Exxon Mobil station and then the "Red Horse Cafe" in Lebanon, NJ. Ever the extrovert, Anne thoroughly enjoyed conversing with and getting to know all of her customers. Anne spent her summers at Otter Lake Campground in the Poconos, where she enjoyed her gardens and time away from the hustle and bustle. An enthusiastic Philadelphia Eagles fan, she loved entertaining her family and friends by preparing a welcoming environment filled with food, MUSIC, a fireside chat. Above all, Anne loved her family and friends, especially cherishing the time spent with her grandsons Bobby and Quincy. Anne's larger-than-life personality, generosity and loving spirit will be missed by all her knew her. Anne is survived by: her partner Charles Munson, daughter: Sarah Hardy, step-son: Christopher Munson: brothers: Richard Park (Nora), William Park, John Park (Jennifer), sister: Regina Park, her grandchildren: Bobby and Quincy Hairston and eleven nieces and nephews. Anne is preceded in death by her father Richard Park, mother Anna Park, and brother Robert Park (Carol). In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in memory of Anne Park to the American Heart Association: www.heart.org.
December 5, 1957 - March 20, 202012/05/195703/20/2020
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