Anne was born July 6, 1922, in Murray, Utah. She passed away at her home in Roy, surrounded by family on March 12, 2006.
She was a life-long member of the Catholic Church, and was also a member of the Utah Women’s League. Anne grew up and lived most of her life in Park City. She graduated from Park City High School in 1940.
Anne married Les Offret in 1941. She worked for many years in her father’s grocery store, The New Deal Market. She worked hard at everything she ever did. Anne raised four children after the loss of her beloved husband Les in 1963. She loved to travel and either met an old friend or made a new one everywhere she went. Her family was her world. She loved people, dancing, food and "sales" of any kind. She was the best mom, "Buba," grandmother, aunt, sister, wife and friend anyone could ask for. She will be greatly missed by every life she ever touched.
Anne is survived by her caring children: Leslie William Offret Jr. and Barbara Ann Offret (Ted) Bair, of West Valley City; Carilou Offret (Floyd) Watkins, of Mountain View, Wyo.; Mark (Dee) Offret, of Oakley; four stepchildren: Ted, Mel, John Dodge and Joy Betterly; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her loving husband Leslie W. Offret; parents Joseph and Lucy Pezely; brother Joseph B. Pezely Jr., and sister Eva Pezely Neal.
A funeral mass will be held Wednesday, March 15, 2006, 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Old Town Church, 121 Park Ave., Park City. Interment will follow in the Park City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at OlpinHoopesFH@aol.com.
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