She attended Cleveland schools and competed in roller skating competitions. Anne left for California to work for MGM working as a film editor working very close with Mickey Rooney. Married Joseph Circelli, September 18, 1948, where they resided in Solon, Ohio. Was on a bowling league for many years along with her love of crafting and BINGO, Anne also had a business Circelli Decorating and Supply in Solon in the early ’50s. She retired from the Solon School System after 30 years of cooking at the High School. She had the privilege to feed the masses using her own recipe of Italian spaghetti sauce. After retiring, she worked for a short time at Jim Alessci’s Place and Marc’s Market. Due to failing health over the years, she became a resident of Anna Maria where the love of BINGO continued but not happy with the lack of monetary payouts for her winnings. Anne is preceded in death by her loving husband, Joseph March 10, 1990, and sisters Grace Dinardo, Basil Picone, Mary Oblaczynski, Annette Hejduk, Marico Picone, and Robert Picone. Survived by loving children, Joseph Circelli (Dion Simboli), Cindy (Paul) Janson, Tina Circelli (Richard Malik); dearest grandchildren Joshua (Wendy) Cavalier, Carri Raynor, Melissa (Jeremy) Baynes, Jennifer Stull (Brian King), Travis ((Katie) Stull, Nicholas Malik, and Jesse Circelli; dear great-grandchildren James Cavalier, Laken Raynor, Madeline Baynes, Rowan Baynes, Everett King. As a resident, the family would like to extend heartfelt thanks to the loving and caring staff of Anna Marie and Kensington Home. Private family services. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.