Anne Reed

Anne Frances Reed (Fairbanks)

Monday, October 10th, 1960 - Monday, March 16th, 2020
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Anne Fairbanks Reed, 59, of Cincinnati, OH, Passed away on Monday, March 16, 2020. Born in Cincinnati on October 10, 1960, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Kathie Fairbanks. Anne was a dedicated homemaker who enjoyed cooking, spending time with her family and entertaining friends and neighbors at her backyard pool. In addition to her parents, Anne was preceded in death by her sisters: Vicky Fairbanks and Margaret “Nubi” Zielinski and brothers: Eddie Fairbanks and Michael Fairbanks. Anne is survived by her loving friend and former husband of many years: Shelby Reed; daughter: Erin Reed; son: Landon Reed; sisters: Patty Fairbanks, Jane Fairbanks, Beth (Jeff) Brown and Kathy Andres; brothers: Greg (Pam) Fairbanks and John (Darlene) Fairbanks; grandson: Lukas and many nieces and nephews. A Private Interment will take place at St. John Cemetery. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at SerenityFuneralCare.com
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Love your Daughter Erin

Posted at 08:44pm
You rest in the arms of angels, In a place of peace and love, watching over me always from heaven up above. I love you mom
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Landon Reed

Posted at 08:37pm
sometime after high school, mom and i spent like 2 days spelling everything out to communicate, we didn’t speak actual words we only spelled out what we wanted to say. she was so goofy.
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Erin

Posted at 08:31pm
when she took me and Landon and our neighbor Haley to see the band, NYSNC!! in concert at Riverbend i think, lol it was definitely an experience. we had a lot of fun in the hotel afterwards.
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Mary Mattingly

Posted at 10:57am
I'm so sorry to hear about Annie's passing. She was always fun to be around, always in a good mood. She was a natural beauty too! She had that raspy voice, much like my mom's (her aunt Janie) and would laugh about it, play it up. I recall her being kinda clutzy or always having bruises from falls as a young girl. I think she was proud of them! Ha. I brought my three kids to her home about 20 years ago, which they still recall to this day. They had a gator or something like that, plus a pool, which was all very cool. Beautiful property! We had a nice visit and she was a gracious host. She brought her kids to my parent's home in Louisville when they were young; she was so very proud of them! God bless her. She will be missed.
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