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Anne Fiero Beebe was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1950. Anne passed away quietly on the evening of June 26, 2022, after a long battle with chronic illness. She was with family and friends.
Anne was a joyous person who loved to laugh and appreciated life’s gifts small and large. Her career spanned many interesting and dynamic fields, including political campaigning, investigative reporting, copywriting, and becoming a mom. Anne always said the biggest accomplishment in her life was bringing her daughter into the world and having the opportunity to be a mother.
Anne loved to read, write, sing, follow politics, and have meaningful conversations with those around her. She was a self-professed Trekkie and never missed an opportunity to land a good-natured short joke at the expense of her “vertically challenged” friends. Those who knew her describe her as an unyieldingly strong woman who faced many physical obstacles over the years without seeking sympathy or entertaining self-pity. She was a gifted storyteller and fiercely loyal and protective of her family. She will be missed by all who know and love her.
Anne leaves behind many lives touched by her kind and sincere nature and is survived by her daughter, Branna Owens, fiancé Steve Faulk, and brother Ray Fiero, First Cousins: Lucie Raye Gruman, Alton Barrillier, Robert Fiero, Pat Zimmer, Jon Fiero, James “Kenny” Fiero, Sister-in-Law: Debra Carter, Nieces and Nephews: Tisha Carter, Richard Fiero, Cory Rodgers, and Bobby Walton and the rest of her close family: Linda Chauvin, Sigrid Bernard, Jim Owens, Joan Burga, Martha Comfort and her spouse Pat Bonnet, Miranda Tovar, Aaron Mammarelli, Jamie Mooney, Lindsay Terry, and Larry Peart. Anne is preceded in death by parents Cleanne and Richard Fiero, Aunt Lucy Barrillier, and niece Lorraine Grout.
An intimate celebration of life will be held Friday, July 1st.
In lieu of flowers, those wishing to do so can donate to the following organizations: The Lupus Foundation of America, Star.ngo (Sexual Trauma and Response Team, Louisiana), The American Institute of Cancer Research, Capitol Area Animal Welfare Society (Baton Rouge).
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