07-21-2017 11:21 PM -- By: M. Vaughn, From: Oklahoma
To The Tincher Family: I am saddened to learn of the loss of your beloved Anne. She was obviously a warm, and wonderful person who was dearly loved by so many family members, and friends. With so many memories, it is painful to reflect on the fact that she has passed away. But, at Rev. 21:3,4, we can have the hope of a resurrection for Anne. It reads, "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more,neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things havepassed away."
06-07-2017 1:16 PM -- By: Marion Hulen, From: Clear Lake (Houston)
Anne was a dear friend. We had many lunches over the years and many interesting discussions in our study group at church. I will always remember her sweet smile.
04-23-2017 5:46 PM -- By: Friend in Christ, From: Indiana
Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity.
Blessings to the family
02-07-2017 2:54 PM -- By: Geri, From: California
First of all, I want to express my condolences to the family. Secondly, in reading about Anne she was well accomplished and educated and has left many joyful memories behind for family and friends to remember her by. As we go on we can find comfort in the scriptures . Isaiah 25:8 tells us God will put an end to pain and death . This is a promise from our loving creator will can depend upon. Our loving creator will restore life back to our dear loved ones. A perfect life under perfect conditions. Psalms 37:11. Something we can all look forward to.
01-16-2017 6:20 PM -- By: Tracy, From: California
Dear friends, Just a note to give my condolences and to say how sorry I am for the loss of your loved one. Just a scripture that may bring you comfort at this time. Rev. 21:4 tells us that in the near future death and sickness will be no more. Isn't that a wonderful thing to look for to? Please know that my thoughts and prayers and with you and all of your family.
01-12-2017 6:55 PM -- By: TK, From: San Antonio, TX
Anne, I will miss singing as your accompaniment while you played beautifully on the piano. Huei-Yi and I will always remember you and miss you. Love, TK
01-12-2017 6:43 PM -- By: Huei-Yi, From: Houston. TX
I will always love you and remember you.
Thank you for always being there for me to encourage me whenever I had needed to talk to you. I will always remember your beautiful piano playing. Thank you for always being so kind and nice to me and my Mom. I am glad that Jesus is taking care of you now so you do not have to suffer anymore.
01-12-2017 4:34 PM -- By: Ron & Evelyn Gantz, From: Fort Worth
Anne always brought a steadfast approach to life. We enjoyed knowing her and listening to her observations in the Forum Class at Clear Lake United Methodist. Our sympathies to Cline and your family.
01-10-2017 8:10 AM -- By: Trisha, From:
My condolences to the Family of Anne Tincher. May God give you strength. Anne and all her good deeds over the years are in God's memory. Our loving Creator longs to bring back our dear loved ones in sound health to be with us once again but in beautiful conditions on earth. Job 14:14,15, Psalm 37:11. ~Sincerely
01-09-2017 4:25 PM -- By: Minda L. Lubben, From: Orem Utah
Sister Tincher, Thank you for our friendships . I did not know that you were battling such kind of horrible disease. You were very healthy when I left Clear Lake 1st Ward. You were such a lovely, kind and compassionate woman. I feel bad that I stop contacting you after I have left our ward. I will treasure you for all the days of my life. I love you.
01-09-2017 2:42 PM -- By: Linnie, From: Burkburnett Texas
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your precious Mother, this memorial shows what a happy person she was and how full of Love she was, always a smile on her face. I am truly sorry for your loss. I Lost my mother in 1985, and I still miss her today. May God grant you comfort in peace in the days ahead. God Bless you all.
01-09-2017 1:35 PM -- By: Michaels, From: California
Such a wonderful Virtual Memorial! Thank you for sharing a little bit on the life story of Anne. My very deep condolences to the family and friends of Anne. So wonderful reading about Anne's accomplishments such as her education accomplishments, and her 53 year marriage. Her love for animals. Anne sounds like she did many things, and im sure she positively impacted many people. May you all rely on comfort from each other. Also the comfort of God and the hope he gives us from the Bible. He say's that one day we will be reunited with our loved ones who have passed. When that time comes there will no loner be any sickness, suffering, or death.- Isaiah 25:8; 33:24. May we all stay strong as we look forward to that hope.
01-09-2017 1:28 PM -- By: Rose F., From:
Her smile in the pictures, reflected her personality. A warm and loving person who will truly be missed. For comfort and peace, may you always reflection on her smile and Jesus
words “I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.” John 11:25
01-09-2017 7:48 AM -- By: Jennifer Mae Davis, From: Austin, TX
Thank you for the sunshine that you brought to the world. You were a loving and gentle soul that I am proud to have known.
01-08-2017 11:13 PM -- By: Marybeth Arnold, From: Now in Oklahoma
Knew her through CLUMC and Master Naturalists at Armond Bayou.
01-08-2017 5:44 PM -- By: Sheryl Travis, From: Clear Lake UMC
What a nice memorial page. We were so honored to know Anne through church. I enjoyed looking at the pictures posted here. She was such a sweet lady and will be missed by so many. Prayers of comfort for Cline and the family. God bless you, Anne!
01-08-2017 12:22 PM -- By: Lucy and Duane Duston, From: Houston
so sorry for your loss.
01-08-2017 12:12 PM -- By: Michelle Elsner, From: League City
01-08-2017 9:43 AM -- By: Sondra MacArthur, From:
We will miss you Anne!
01-07-2017 8:05 PM -- By: Virginia Tincher Van Kuran, From: Palo Alto, CA
I always enjoyed seeing and chatting with Anne. She was a courageous cancer fighter. Our family was so touched when she came to our father's (her uncle by marriage) memorial service in California a few years ago. Her kindness lives on in her children and grandchildren.
- Cousin Virginia