Anne Marie (Annie) Woodward |

Anne Marie (Annie) Woodward

Anne Marie (Annie) Woodward died peacefully Friday, March 28, at her home in Aspen. She was 82 years old.

Anne Marie was born in Brussels, Belgium. She trained in social work after World War II and worked with Jewish orphans of the war. Anne Marie immigrated to the United States in 1949 and worked for the Belgian Embassy until her marriage in 1960. She and her husband, King Woodward, were longtime Aspen residents. She enjoyed concerts, sewing, gardening, reading history and was an excellent cook.

Anne Marie is survived by her husband King Woodward of Aspen, her daughter Jennifer Woodward of Portland, Ore., her son David Woodward of Crestone, Colo., and her brother Guy Vanderborght of Brussels, Belgium.

Anne Marie wished not to have a memorial service. In lieu of flowers, donations to your favorite charity are appreciated.

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