There has been widespread sadness expressed following the death of Mrs. Margaret Anne Donaldson (Moore/ Crozier).

Anne beloved wife of the late Brian, passed away in Belfast City Hospital following a 17 month illness.

Anne was born in Druminchin, Killadeas, Co Fermanagh. She was the fifth born child of the late Willie and Lily Moore. Anne is survived by her son Adrian, daughter in law Emma and granddaughters Ruby and Daisy; daughter Rachelle, son in law Chandana and granddaughter Lily. She is also survived by her siblings Mae, Jack, Ken, Florence and Hazel, and her many nieces and nephews.

Anne attended Killadeas Primary School, then Kesh Secondary School and finished her formal education at Enniskillen Technical College.

Anne was widely known in Fermanagh during her time as receptionist at Doctors Foster and Packhams surgery

In September 1970 aged 20, Anne married Billy Crozier who sadly passed away just 13 months later in October 1971.

In the face of her grief Anne found the strength and determination to start to rebuild her life.

Anne joined the RAF and when home on leave in January 1973, she met Brian and it was love at first sight.

Anne and Brian married in July 1973 and shared 48 happy years of married life together, having two children, Adrian and Rachelle.

Anne’s children meant the world to her but when she became a grandma to Ruby, Lily and Daisy, her pride and joy, her happiness was complete.

Anne was a loving, loyal, kind, generous person whose strength and determination saw her deal with her illness with courage, dignity and stoicism and she died peacefully surrounded by her loving family.

Anne will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.