Anne Elizabeth (Welp) Folkmann | The Gazette

ANNE ELIZABETH (WELP) FOLKMANN

Newhall

Anne Elizabeth (Welp) Folkmann, 57, left this earthly life to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 11, 2021, following a long illness.

A celebration of Anne’s life will take place from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Newhall’s Main Park Pavillion, 206 Third Ave., Newhall. A private family burial will be held at Keystone Cemetery.

Instead of flowers, memorials can be

sent to Sarah and Ben Williams, 506 Third St. E, Newhall, IA 52315.

Anne was brought into the family of Don and Carole (Finn) Welp on September 10, 1963. After graduating from St. John’s High School in Bancroft, Iowa, in 1982, Anne attended the University of Northern Iowa, where she obtained her work baccalaureate in 1986.

Anne began her career in social work in Decatur, Ill., And soon after, moved to Luzerne, Iowa. She married Donn Folkmann on April 16, 1988. Anne continued her social work path at Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In May 1994, they welcomed their daughter Sarah into the world. God led Anne to Amenity Hospice (now Comassus) where she worked as a social worker for many years. Anne had a God-given empathetic heart and took great pride in her job and the opportunity to serve others. Anne cherished the many longtime friends she had made over the years.

Anne had a great appreciation for the land and spent a lot of time planting and tending her giant gardens filled with vegetables, perennials and trees. She had an eye for the unique objects she would find in nature, especially rocks. Anne loved to travel, hike, read, listen to music, and cook, and was a huge fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes. What she loved most was spending time with her daughter, Sarah, and her son-in-law, Ben. Anne will always be remembered for her vibrant smile, cheerful laughter, infectious energy, adventurous spirit, compassionate and forgiving soul, and great love for Jesus.

Anne is survived by her daughter, Sarah (Ben) Williams of Newhall, Iowa; her mother, Carole Welp of Chandler, Arizona; five siblings, Kevin (Judy) Welp of Austin, Texas, Molly Doyle of Mankato, Minn., Tim Welp, Sue Welp and Elsie (Jeff) Niklason, all of Chandler, Arizona; as well as five nieces and nephews.

Anne was predeceased and reunited with heaven by her beloved father, Don Welp; and the infant triplets Alan, Andrea and Hannah Folkmann.

Online condolences: www.phillipsfuneralhomes.com.

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