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Annie Yopp Hill, 70
Annie, will truly be missed in our world, a friend to so many, and a sister to all who knew her. My family’s prayers and blessing to the Yopp family.
I have known Annie for years through Valerie and Chris she worked with at the Court House on Elm Street Wonderful person and will be missed by all. Prayers to her family and friends.
I am shocked that my dear friend and high school classmate is gone. She possessed a phenomenal spirit and love of life and all people. Annie and I grew up in North Haven and enjoyed many mutual friends. We recently enjoyed our 50th reunion from North Haven High School. She has a big help to my family and to me these years and a total treat to be around. What a gift she was to us all!
I will miss her very much.
Annie was a force of nature! Her big smile and bigger heart enriched our lives and brightened our days. We will miss her and her lifelong good works. Bill Lanouette (highschool classmate)
Annie was a unique and spirited person who infected everyone with her love of life, her deep compassion, and her humor. She brought so much to this community. She will be greatly missed.
Annie will be severely missed. She touched so many lives and brought immeasurable love to this world. If all of us could follow her lead how much better would this city and this world would be!? Her work for the most dispossessed and downtrodden and her belief in the essential goodness in peoples’ hearts shook me out of my cynicism and moved me to do and be more. She was truly a force for good like few I have ever encountered. and she was humble, through all of that. New Haven will not forget you, Annie.
What a precious rose God has added to His garden.. Annie will be missed because she was genuinely loved by so many.. Rest in Peace my dear friend…
I was blessed to have Annie as a friend, and the honor to work beside her. She will be missed greatly. The positive impact she has made on so many, will never be forgotten.
ANNIE AND I WORKED IN NEW HAVEN , AD BECAME CLOSE FRIENDS, OVER THE YEARS, WE HAVE KEPT IN CONTACT, AND SHE JUST LOVED LILFE…VERY OUTSPOKEN, BUT GENINE,,,WHAT YOU SAW, IS WHAT YA GOT,,,,NO SMOKE SCREEN, IF SHE DIDN’T LIKE YOU,, YOU WOUWLD KNOW IT…AND THEN SOME…....LOVE YA ANNIE, I LL MISS ALL THE EMAILS…AND HARASMENT…
It saddens me to learn of the passing of my friend, Annie Yopp.
Eventhough we lived in separate states, we still continued our friendship and e-mailing back and forth (with a few jokes, and just bringing each other up to speed).
Anne, shall truly be missed, especially her character and sense of humar…..
Annie was a class act!
We all shall miss her, but she shall forever live on in our hearts.
To the family of my beloved “Annie Yopp Hill”, I am very sadden by one of my best friend & sister “Annie”. We knew each other for many years and always loved to see each other and joke around. She was one of the most beautifull person I have ever me, and I will never forget you “Annie: Love, Dominick Maldonado
As a proud member of the class of ‘58 of North Haven High School, I was happy to see Annie at our most recent reunion. She, as always, was wry, funny, wise and loving. I remember sitting next to her in Biology class and all we did was giggle! She hadn’t changed. I grieve with my classmates and send deep sympathy to her loved ones. Sincerely, Mary Alice