She lived a long and fulfilled life on both personal and professional levels.
A gifted communicator with an artistic flair, Ann used her many talents in a multi-faceted career that included CIBC, Eatons and Ontario's Consumer and Commercial Relations.
She lived in Toronto most of her life and was an ambassador for the Toronto Historical Society.
She loved to travel and spent 2 years working in South Africa, along with her sister's family.
Ann was a loving aunt to John (Linda) Rowan; Sharron (Craig) Rowan-Toy; Judith Fletcher; Sandra (Bill) Dynes; Graham (Cheryl) Fletcher and her great-nieces and nephews.
They will miss her animated storytelling and words of wisdom. She will also be missed by many dear friends, including lifelong friend Anne Graham and her family, with whom Ann spent numerous fun-filled holidays. Ann was predeceased by her brother Donald Rowan and sister Jane Fletcher.
At Ann's request there will be no funeral. She will be laid to rest at a later date.
Memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or charity of your choice would be appreciated.