Rumbold, Anongnart “Anny”

March 10, 1968 ~ March 4, 2021

RUMBOLD, Anongnart “Anny” – Age 52 of Brigden, died at home after a long battle with Leukemia on Thursday, March 4, 2021. Beloved wife of R. Stephen Rumbold for 17 years. Anny was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand and immigrated to Canada in 2003. She has a Master’s Degree in Interior Design, taught English, was a talented artist, author and musician able to play piano, guitar and Thai Khim instruments. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private family celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada (www.llscanada.org).

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  1. Dear Steve and family,
    We were so sorry to hear of Anny’s passing.
    Please accept our sincere condolences. We will keep u in our thoughts. Sincerely, Frenchie & Nollie

  2. Our hearts ache for you Steve on the loss of your wife Anny. Anny was wonderful intelligent woman and will be missed by all.

  3. Our sincere condolences to you Steve and family. So sorry to hear of your loss. Will keep you all in our prayers. Hank and Mary Jagt

  4. So sorry to hear of your wife’s passing Steve. Our sincere condolences to you and all of your and Anongnart’s families.
    – Jim and Shelley Kelly

  5. Steve,
    We are so very sorry to hear of Anny’s passing and hopes that in time your memories become treasures .
    We will keep you in our thoughts at this difficult time.

  6. To the Rumbold Family. So sorry to see the passing of Steve’s wife Anny. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with you all. Love Jean & Denis.

  7. Steve, sorry for your loss,our thoughts are with you at this time . we are here if you need us , take care of yourself .

  8. Steve
    Our deepest condolences on the passing of your beloved Anny. May it comfort you to know that others are holding you in their thoughts and prayers as you face the difficult days ahead.

  9. To Stephen and family, Our deepest sympathy in this time of darkness. Time is always too short when loved ones are gone. Let warm memories fill the hole in your heart and give you peace. Hugs Alan and Marie.

  10. Dear Steve
    So sorry to hear of Anny passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Hold on to all the good memories you shared with Anny.
    Sincerely
    John Perry

  11. Dear Steve… Anny had the best life possible with you❤️ She will be remembered for her many talents , kindness to complete strangers and her feisty spirit, up until she became sick. 🙏 She has found rest for her weary soul and that you feel the love and concern for you now, from all your family and friends ❤️

  12. Dear Steve, So sorry to read of Anny’s passing after a long battle with illness. Please accept our condolences in love from us in New Zealand. Our loved ones we hold in our arms for a time, later, we hold their memory in our hearts. Better days to come. Cheryl and Chris xxx

  13. Dear Steve our sister in law Anny was a unique and talented individual. Her authentic Thai cooking was amazing. Focus on the happy memories you have and know your siblings, girls, grandkids, nieces, nephews and relatives are here for you as you grieve. Any of us are as close as a phone call to help through the lonely times.

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