In loving memory of

Ann Marie Geiger
December 14, 1968 - August 12, 2019

Ann Marie Geiger, 50, of Hollywood, FL, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019, after a long battle with brain cancer.
The Celebration of Life will be held at Garfield Community Center at the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk located at 300 Connecticut Street, Hollywood, FL 33019. The service will be held on Sunday, September 1st at 230 p.m.
Ann was born in North Miami, FL on December 14, 1968. She graduated from North Miami Senior High School.
Ann worked in accounting for R.L. Schreiber in Pompano Beach for more than 10 years. She enjoyed baking, collecting snowmen and other Christmas decorations, and hunting for seashells along the glorious beaches in South Florida.
She will be remembered for her beautiful smile, unending courage, and joyful spirit.
Ann is survived by her partner Mark Jolley, her brother Eddie, sister Carole, nephews Jacob and Eli, brother-in-law Michael, and many other family and friends.
Ann is preceded in death by her parents Clarence Geiger and Roberta Geiger.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to the American Brain Tumor Association.


Katie Schreiber Peterson wrote on Aug 26, 2019:

"I worked with Ann at R.L. Schreiber, Inc. (RLS) for over 10 years. She loved to have a nice and often fun conversation, able and willing to do a good thorough job, and was always a pleasure. It didn't take her long after being hired to become a recipient of the RLS Raymond Award in 2008, for helping to reduce RLS Costs associated with Commission payments, from a 2 day task down to a 4 hour task. We celebrated Ann's RLS 10 Year Employee Anniversary with her in January 2018. She is missed with her bubbly presence in our office. What a beautiful picture of Ann above. My condolences to her family. She is now a treasure in Heaven. Respectfully, Katie Schreiber Peterson"

Yorck Haase wrote on Aug 21, 2019:

"I only met Ann briefly at R.L. Schreiber before she had to go on medical leave, but I can't help but admire her even more after hearing all the kind words about her from fellow co-workers who miss her each day. My condolences to Ann's family for your loss. "

Nathan Janes wrote on Aug 21, 2019:

"I never met Ann but worked with her and talked to her many times. She was a joy to talk to. I never left a phone call with Ann without a smile. I know she will be missed. ~Nathan Janes"

Karol Waldron wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"Ann was an amazing person and I am blessed to have known her and share some of my life with her. We met at Office Depot int he early 90's and she treated me like family, inviting me over for pizza on Friday nights and our pool parties. She loved to laugh and embrace life. We had many wonderful times together and i am most grateful for those memories. I will see you again one day my friend, and until then I will miss your smile. "

Lucy Miccio wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"Dear Carole, I am so very sorry for your loss of your beloved sister. I know you were her constant support and comfort for all the years I've known you. Wishing you peace and healing at this time. Sending love to you, Michael and your family, Lucy & Ray"

Laura Williamson wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"Condolences to you and your family. Ann made me laugh and smile - she will be missed. Laura Williamson RLS"

Vana Gerardr ross wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"I do not think anyone will really know how Annie had such an impact on my life. When I was 15, I could have easily been terrified of her. strong will and big personality, as I walked into my dads office and learned so much from her in the business world. He had always boasted that there was no one that knew more than Annie and to learn everything I could from her. He was so right. She truly had passion for everything she did and she was so loved by our family. I remember the love she had for every single person around her, especially her siblings and mother. She always lit up a room! She kept me under her wing until we stopped working together in 2008 and even then would check in on me from time to time. I am now that strong willed person in my office and I often think of Annie and smile because I remind myself of her in those moments. I am so sorry to have lost touch over these years, but my family and i are so very sorry for your losses. The Gerardi & Ross Families"

Nicole Suleiman wrote on Aug 15, 2019:

"We had our ups, we had our downs but all throughout we cared for each other. "Be like the oak tree, but bend like rubber" (Be strong yet malleable) - I won't forget it Anna Banana. Peace to you always! ~Nic"