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2021-07-01 16:29:06 - AnnDee Rucker


Thank you my beautiful friend . You were always kind and encouraging , talented and inspiring. These are just a few words which are meant to help describe you . Love you forever my sister friend đź’” We are all blessed to have you in our lives .

2021-07-01 17:33:42 - Eric Schilling


Ann was a ground breaker in the south Florida music community. It was an honor to have worked with her and known her. Eric Schilling

2021-07-01 17:44:58 - trevor fletcher


Rest In Peace Ann.

2021-07-01 20:19:54 - Chuck Kirkpatrick


I have the fondest memories of Ann. We had a very brief relationship in 1979. I remember her little house near Criteria where she lived by herself. She was such a quiet and humble person. I knew she played bass but she would never play in front of me until one night when she & I had had some wine, she picked up the Fender and tore off a couple of runs that left me speechless. Rest In Peace, dear Ann...

2021-07-01 20:29:44 - Dave Hazelton


Very fond memories of making music with Ann in our early years. A wonderful person & great musician. RIP.

2021-07-02 06:56:02 - Steve Mele


Lifelong friend...there are no words. She will be remembered always.

2021-07-02 19:09:24 - Kitty Woodson Terry


Ann and I were born 1 month a part....What a fun time we had in our band when we were 16/17 in 1971 and playing gigs at frat houses at the University of Miami with Steve Mele...We were rehearsing in her parents living room when the local news paper heard of us and did a small feature on us..Anne was an incredible talent and beautiful person...I spoke to Steve Mele many times with the idea of us all getting together for a dinner...I guess we will have to wait till we get to Heaven...I respect your talent and good heart Ann...I love you...Kitty Terry

2021-07-02 23:33:22 - joe galdo


Talk about accommodating, facilitating and cooperating with an attitude of gratitude, that’s Ann Holloway’s natural persona. Committed to the hilt towards whatever the mission… always in the best interest of harmony (pun intended), forward motion, and timeless quality. Doggone it Annie, why you gotta go so soon? Big hug to brother Tom (can’t imagine what you’re going through)… like your sister, you’re good people. The reliable, responsible, and resourceful Holloways. On a personal note, i’m not so sure “What You Won’t do for Love” would’ve felt the way it does had Ann not been there.

2021-07-12 12:31:59 - Joann Weaver


I am so sorry the family has lost Ann. Praying for God’s comfort and peace for all of you.

2021-07-26 06:35:25 - CHRISTOPHER HARRY


I grew up three streets over from Ann and she was an adolescent friend. Although she 2 years younger than me, we overlapped in high school and I drove her to school my senior year. She loved motorcycles and would often ride my Honda 750, although she really was aga over Triumphs. A few years later we overlapped at the University of Florida and she was my roommate (non-romantic) for one quarter. She finally owned a Triumph Trident café racer in Gainesville, but disappeared back to Miami a few months later. I last talked with her in the early eighties when she was considering moving to Seattle. Last I heard she went to Hawaii and I lost track of her. I would have loved to have known her adult life and her children. She was a special person.

2022-05-04 18:16:32 - Billy White


Rest in peace, and thank you for "Do For Love". A piece of the universe that needed instantiation.

2023-11-11 08:06:43 - Robert Wuagneux


RIP Ann--- She was very generous with her time. I am VERY GRATEFUL for that. We played a gig together at a small cafe and needless to say her musicianship was EXCELLENT!!!

2024-03-06 18:05:29 - Alexandra Monique


Thank you for such an amazing song Bobby Caldwell so for love. I can tell you have a love for music , probably a beautiful soul. Rest In Peace