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Ann Marie Veninga

A history major at Reed, Ann Marie wrote her thesis, Local and Central Government: A Background to the Stamp Act Crisis, with Prof. John Tomsich [history 1962–99]. She went on to get her doctor of jurisprudence from the University of Texas–Austin and studied at Southern Methodist University. She made her career as an accomplished tax attorney with the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, D.C., before returning to Texas in 2003.

But Ann considered her greatest accomplishments the ones that came as wife, mother and sister. She is survived by her daughters, Skye and Shelby Kramer; her husband, John Kramer; and her siblings, Dolores Veninga, Louise Zaricor, Frederick Veninga, Frank Veninga, MD, and Karen Driscoll.

Appeared in Reed magazine: December 2016

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