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In Memory of
Annie Indoe Linn
June 9, 1936 – April 4, 2020 - Age 84

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A Memorial gathering to Celebrate Annie’s life will be held at a later date.


Indoe-Linn, Annie passed away peacefully at the Southampton Hospital on Saturday April 4, 2020 in the loving arms of Archie. Surrounded by the love of her family, Annie Elizabeth Indoe-Linn (nee McRae) beloved wife of the late William James Linn. Dearly beloved mother of Archie and his wife Debbie, Armand, Fran and her husband Doug Plante, Laurie and her husband Mike Baumbach, Ben and his wife Terri, Rodger, Jane and her husband Mike Harley.  Nana will be missed by her grandchildren, Darcy, Chris, Jeff, Denise, Nikki, Ashley, Tyler, Lila and Maddy, Jenna, Brock, Erica, Gerrit, Wyatt, Orin, Kurt, Justin and Logan and by her great grandchildren Shawnee, Cameron, Lilli, Ava, Ellie, Olivia, Avery, Evan, Xavier, Addison, Emmerson and Hudson.  Survived by her sisters Micky Majury and Janet Gark and sisters in law Fran McRae, Carol Bowers and Jane Studt, bother in law Lindy Indoe and her many nieces and nephews.  Predeceased by her son Peter, by the father of her children, Gerry Indoe, and by her brothers Fred and Graham and sister Edna and by brother in law Benny Indoe and her step son Billy Linn. Annie will be missed in the community for her beautiful smile, kind heartedness, delicious baking and most of all her sense of humour: “What’s a dime between friends.” The Family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Southampton Hospital for the kindness and compassion given to our mother on her many stays in hospital. A thank you to the V.O.N. nurses for the home visits and to all ambulance attendants for their care. And finally, to all her friends for visits and phone calls while she resided with Fran and Doug. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial gathering to Celebrate Annie’s life will be held at a later date. Interment of ashes at Southampton Cemetery. Memorial donations to Southampton Memorial Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Mom wanted a celebration of life in her backyard when she passed on but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will celebrate her life when the world is in a better place. We thank everyone for the kindness shown to Mom over the years and she knew she was loved by many. Dear Mom, You raised me. You praised me. When I was at my worst, you forgave me. You guided me with honesty, taught me faith and charity, but most of all, at least to me, you gave your love unconditionally. Mom, you will always be loved.