Ann Page

Obituary of Ann Page

Ann Page (nee Lusch) 96, passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 23, 2010. Ann was born in Phillipsburg, New Jersey on January 4, 1914 to Arthur and Mary Lusch (nee Sargeant). She and her brother Richard Lusch came to live with their second family, Olive and Edward English on English's Dairy farm in Lower Penns Neck in 1926 after the death of her parents. She graduated from Bridgeton High School in 1931 and married Harold E. Page on March 27, 1932. Ann was an award winning painter and artisan. She was well known for her historical artwork used in various commemorative pieces distributed by the Pennsville Historical Society. Ann was very proud of her many awards and ribbons for her landscape oil paintings which she produced as a member of the original Fenwick Sketchers. She was also an avid antique collector and restorer. She was well known for her elaborate cakes at various family and public functions. An active resident of Pennsville Township for 75 years, she belonged to the Pennsville and Salem County Historical Society, Pennsville Woman's Club, Sew and So club, Pennsville School District PTA and Trinity Methodist Church. In the 1940's she helped start the "Little Woman's Club" for young girls in Pennsville Township and was a plane spotter during WWII atop the Pennsville Elementary School now the Pennsville District building. She worked for the Pennsville Visiting Nurses Association for almost 20 years as their Secretary. Mrs. Page was very active in many other organizations in Pennsville Township and Salem County. She was predeceased by her husband of 42 years, Harold E. Page, her brothers Richard Lusch, Kenneth English and her parents Arthur and Mary Lusch (nee Sargeant).
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