Anne R. Runion, a former photographer's assistant and home restorer, died of ovarian cancer Aug. 5 at her Federalsburg home. She was 41.
Born Anne Ramona Mooney at Fort Meade, she was raised in Odenton and graduated in 1979 from Arundel High School.
Mrs. Runion had worked at various jobs, including travel agent, child care provider and assistant at Paragon Lights photography studio in Easton for several years until cancer was diagnosed in 2001.
She and her husband, Ken Runion, lived in Millersville for 10 years before moving in 2000 to Federalsburg, where they had purchased a two-story Victorian.
"Anne had many interests but especially loved renovating her 1880s Victorian home, doing crafts, tending to her flowers and vegetable garden and going to the beach," said sister-in-law Laurie Runion of Federalsburg.
Mrs. Runion attended Union United Methodist Church in Federalsburg, where a memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Aug. 24.
Surviving, in addition to her husband of 13 years, are two daughters, Roxanne M. Williamson of Laurel, Del., and Jessica E. Runion of Federalsburg; her father, Michael A. Mooney of Odenton; three brothers, Joseph M. Mooney of Odenton, James V. Mooney of Millersville and Neil M. Mooney of Dundalk; three sisters, Melody S. Hoobler of Birmingham, Ala., Donna M. Rau of Augusta, Ga., and Patricia C. Bruce of Columbia; and many nieces and nephews.