Anne O¿Donohoe Lainhart

Anne O┬┐Donohoe Lainhart

 

Anne O’Donohoe Lainhart

Born Anne Louis O’Donohoe in Austin, Texas February 6th 1954 to Joseph Patrick O’Donohoe and Elizabeth Langhofer O’Donohoe.  The Lady’s father Joseph O’Donohoe was a U.S. Navy Pilot, stationed in numerous locations during that career, so Anne lived in many places while growing up.  Anne graduated from high school in Wichita Falls, Texas and then from the University of New Mexico in 1975.  After graduation Anne moved to Los Angeles, California where she met and married Richard S Lainhart on October 30th 1982.  {Why? no one is sure it must have been blackmail}  They lived in Burbank for 26 years in a home Anne named “Dragonfly” as she always thought the homes should have names.  Anne worked for the law firm of Littler in Los Angeles for over 25 years.  Some of the many things Anne did to add to her and Rick’s life was to sing in the musical group Finagle for 18 years and which she help establish, worked and help promote the Sherlock Holmes scion CCOBS (Curious Collectors of Baker Street), and was the Lady best known as “Iron Anne Flint” companion to Captain Dray MacGregor of the good merchant ship “Red Dragon’s Revenge”.   A private family service has already been held for the Lady and in lieu of flowers a request of Anne’s, was that to show her honor is to give to the Cancer center in your local area, donate to the local blood bank in her name or give to the internet site Caring Bridge.org. Anne is survived by her husband, Richard Lainhart, her daughter, Shonda Kindt-Davis, mother, Elizabeth L. O’Donohoe, her brothers, Patrick O’Donohoe and Michael O’Donohoe and numerous nieces, nephews and grandchildren.