Anne Middleton (Ward) Mohaupt, 70, left us on April 7, 2014 with her family by her side in Roanoke, Va. Anne was born October 9, 1943 in Norfolk, Va. to John Andrew Middleton and Lillian Harris Middleton. They moved to High Point, N.C. when John was transferred in 1958.
Anne was Miss Trinity in 1960 and graduated from Trinity High School in 1962. She married Darrell Ward later that year and they had two children together.
Anne remarried John M. Mohaupt in 1997 in the Burg Rheinstein castle on the Rhein River in Germany. They resided at Bernard’s Landing on Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta, Va. until her death.
Anne is survived by her husband, John M. Mohaupt, of the home; her sister, Judith Middleton Midgette and her husband Donald R. Midgette of Chuckatuck, Va.; her son, Bradley Middleton Ward and his fiancé Pamela Southards Russell of Trinity, N.C.; her daughter, Brittany Ward Vance and her husband Christopher L. Vance of Archdale, N.C.; two stepchildren, Christopher Karl Mohaupt and his wife Nikki J. Mohaupt of Arvada, Colo., Lisa Mohaupt Wagner and her husband Andrew E. Wagner of Westminster, Colo.; and five grandchildren.
A memorial celebration of Anne’s life will be held May 17, 2014 at 3 p.m. at Smith Mountain Lake in the Conference Center of Bernard’s Landing Resort. Moneta, Va.Send Flowers
I have just found out and am truly, truly sorry for the family’s loss. I spoke to her just a few times and each time she brought a smile to my face. I worked with John and know how she was dearly loved by him. I pray strength to the entire family.
Brittany and Brad and family. I am so sorry about Ann. Your mother was one of the most beautiful women ever! She was so sweet .she had a very big heart and I know you will miss her. I will always cherish the time she and Brittany came to see me after my accident. That meant the world to me!i love you all. She will be missed.
My family sends our deepest condolences.I was so thrilled to finally meet Anne a couple of years ago after many phone conversations about our Middleton linage. She was a special lady and will be missed greatly.
I am Kathryn Middleton Flannagan’s daughter.
I am so sorry for your loss. I know this is a very difficult time for the family. Something that has always given me comfort is a scripture at Revelation 21:4, it says, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” I sincerely hope this brings you some comfort.