Annette F. (Trempe) Creighton

Annette F. (Trempe) Creighton, 73 of Milford, NH passed away peace­fully on October 26, 2016 after a courageous battle with cancer surrounded by family.

Annette was a self-accomplished, avid quilter. It was her passion. All her quilts were given as gifts and never kept for her­self. She was a per­fectionist at heart and many a project was torn apart to start again, because they were not perfect in her eyes only. All who were so blessed to receive such a precious gift saw no flaws. EVER!!!

Annette was prede­ceased by her loving and devoted husband of over 40 years, Leroy A. Creighton Sr.; January 27, 2001, her soul mate. AKA ‘Frannie’ to ‘Roy’. She is survived by her four also very devoted and loving children and their spous­es, Leroy Creighton Jr.; and his wife Linda (Bell) of Milford, NH; Laurel (Creighton) Asprey and her husband David of West Palm Beach, FL; Jay Creighton and his wifeAnnette F. (Trempe) Creighton

Annette F. (Trempe) Creighton, 73 of Milford, NH passed away peace­fully on October 26, 2016 after a courageous battle with cancer surrounded by family.

Annette was a self-accomplished, avid quilter. It was her passion. All her quilts were given as gifts and never kept for her­self. She was a per­fectionist at heart and many a project was torn apart to start again, because they were not perfect in her eyes only. All who were so blessed to receive such a precious gift saw no flaws. EVER!!!

Annette was prede­ceased by her loving and devoted husband of over 40 years, Leroy A. Creighton Sr.; January 27, 2001, her soul mate. AKA ‘Frannie’ to ‘Roy’. She is survived by her four also very devoted and loving children and their spous­es, Leroy Creighton Jr.; and his wife Linda (Bell) of Milford, NH; Laurel (Creighton) Asprey and her husband David of West Palm Beach, FL; Jay Creighton and his wife Alice (Ouellette) of Fran­cestown, NH; and Carl Creighton and his wife Sheree (Alcorn) of Brook­line, NH. Annette is also survived by eight ador­ing and devoted grand­children and two great-grandchildren.

Born Dec. 8, 1942, An­nette Francis Trempe, AKA ‘Annie’ to Alice (Kirby) and Robert R. Trem­pe, she was the youngest of nine children. Her sur­viving siblings include Roger Trempe, Robert Trempe, Claire (Trempe) Lemon and Claudette (Trempe) Grzywacz. Annette spent her early childhood in Mason, NH. She and her husband Leroy moved to the Milford/Brookline, NH area, where they raised their four chil­dren.

A service will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the First Con­gregational Church in Milford, NH on 10 Union Street at 10:00 am. A short graveside service will follow immediately after at Annette’s final resting place in Brook­line, NH at Pine Grove Cemetery, located at 5 Main Street.

In lieu of flowers, dona­tions may be sent to; Da­vid’s House, 461 Mt; Sup­port Road, Lebanon, NH, 03766 (davids-house.org). Alice (Ouellette) of Fran­cestown, NH; and Carl Creighton and his wife Sheree (Alcorn) of Brook­line, NH. Annette is also survived by eight ador­ing and devoted grand­children and two great-grandchildren.

Born Dec. 8, 1942, An­nette Francis Trempe, AKA ‘Annie’ to Alice (Kirby) and Robert R. Trem­pe, she was the youngest of nine children. Her sur­viving siblings include Roger Trempe, Robert Trempe, Claire (Trempe) Lemon and Claudette (Trempe) Grzywacz. Annette spent her early childhood in Mason, NH. She and her husband Leroy moved to the Milford/Brookline, NH area, where they raised their four chil­dren.

A service will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the First Con­gregational Church in Milford, NH on 10 Union Street at 10:00 am. A short graveside service will follow immediately after at Annette’s final resting place in Brook­line, NH at Pine Grove Cemetery, located at 5 Main Street.

In lieu of flowers, dona­tions may be sent to; Da­vid’s House, 461 Mt; Sup­port Road, Lebanon, NH, 03766 (davids-house.org).