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AnaBella B. Lennartz

March 23, 2001 — September 22, 2020


AnaBella Lennartz, dearest sister and friend of Bartholomew, precious daughter of Matt, and beloved darling of and born by her mother, Janelle.

The world needed AnaBella. This is apparently no longer where she belonged. She is now with her brother in heaven among THE everlasting.

We work to quell our earthly desires to call her back to us. She was called to her heavenly mission.

At this time there is too much horror and grief. We will focus on just being and living. Our routines and connections to life are essential at this time. We work to respect what we do and what we do not know yet about this realm and circumstances leading us to the present moment.

Please write about AnaBella here/elsewhere, mail us at our address or send mail to Morton & Whetstone in regards to.

Bella was so very intelligent. She harmed no one and helped others when they recognized she had the discretion and skills to provide relief from and clarity to their challenges. Her words were succinct and effective. She embodied the best of all of us. Whether we were willing and able to see this opportunity or not, she gave us a chance to be the best person we could be.
Her message is to remember to be mindful of the balance in your words and actions. Heal others and be humane and compassionate in words and deeds.

We all wish to be empowered with audacity to enhance the existence of all that lives. Bella had it. She was empowered and she empowered others.

Bella, mamma to her cat, Whittle.
We remember her learning sign language so she could communicate in that way as well.
Bella, the Dorthy Lane Market deli and food worker.
Bella, the artists.
Her and her brother donated their o negative blood many times.

Would have been an amazing Mom.
Bella, the health and human body scientist. Always the amazing student. She was an electroneurodiagnostic program student at Sinclair. She had many practicum hours completed with very high marks from her practicum supervisors.

There is so much more we want to say.

We know the virtuous cycle she created in her short life has and will continue to enhance the existence of all that lives.

Now we mourn. And we will live in the name of all that is necessary and decent. We love you, AnaBella.

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