Anne P. Wiesenhutter, 68, of Warwick, formerly of Hatboro, died Saturday, June 29 after a long battle with cancer.
She was born July 27, 1944, in Philadelphia, the daughter of Mary and Henry Flood. She married Walter J. Wiesenhutter on Aug. 20, 1966.
Anne Wiesenhutter graduated from St. Hubert’s High School, Philadelphia, in 1962. She then attended Holy Family University in Philadelphia, graduating in 1980 with a bachelor of arts in education.
She was employed for 40 years as a teacher, 30 of which was spent teaching fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders at St. John Bosco School in Hatboro, where she also spent many years preparing the students for confirmation. She spent the last five years of her career teaching sixth grade at Ancillae Assumpta-Academy in Wyncote.
Wiesenhutter was a member of St. John Bosco Parish for 30 years and then a member of St. Cyril of Jerusalem in Jamison for the past 11 years.
She is survived by her husband Walter of Warwick; daughter Judith (Mike) Morsch of Montgomeryville; son James Wiesenhutter and fiance Susan Nanes of Philadelphia; and three grandchildren, Kaitlin Hughes and Kevin Hughes of Montgomeryville and Timothy Wiesenhutter of Philadelphia.
The funeral Mass was celebrated Monday, July 8 at St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church, Jamison. Burial was in St. John Neumann Cemetery, Chalfont.
Memorial contributions may be made in her name to St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, 1733 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, PA, 19130.
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