Anne, whom we knew affectionately as Anno, died after a long illness.

Anne grew up in West Hartford, Conn. At Princeton, she majored in comparative literature and was a member of the Tigerlilies. She had a lovely voice, and many of us remember her as the soloist for “Only Yesterday” at Lilies’ arch sings. She and Tony met when they were both teaching in San Antonio, Texas. They got married and moved to Vermont, where they raised their kids. Tony was a public defender, and Anne taught school and performed in singing groups.

Anne was smart, beautiful, warm, and a friend you could count on. She was a great hugger, and her smile would light up a room. She was really tall. She had a wicked sense of humor and was a lot of fun to be around.

Anno was beloved at Princeton, and we miss her terribly. May her memory be a blessing. She is survived by her husband, Tony Hutchins; her children Max, Blaine and Maggie; her mother, Pat O’Connor; and siblings John, Rick, and Patty.

Undergraduate Class of 1982