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Esther  Anne McClintock

Esther Anne Long "Anne" McClintock (Long)

Thursday, January 30th, 1936 - Monday, January 20th, 2020
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Anne Long McClintock

Esther Anne Long McClintock died after a long illness Monday, January 20, 2020.
Anne was born January 30, 1936 to Ida Mae Harper Long and Edwin Mitchell Long in Weems, Virginia. She was blessed with a large family and grew up surrounded by many brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts and grandparents. She attended Weems School, was graduated from Kilmarnock High School, and attended Mary Washington College.
An accomplished woman of energy and passion, Anne’s first career in the hospitality industry began locally at Windmill Point Marina and Resort and the Tides Inn before continuing to the larger Hyatt House Hotel in Richmond. She held many senior management positions and managed properties for Hyatt in Memphis, TN and Cherry Hill, NJ.
She began her second career as a Realtor upon returning to Irvington. It was through this connection that she met the love of her life, Bill McClintock. Anne and Bill were travelers and spent many years exploring the globe and touring all 7 continents. They delighted in every opportunity to experience new cultures, meeting new people, and celebrating life both near and afar.
Anne’s passions in local and family history led her to join like-minded individuals to establish The Steamboat Era Museum in Irvington. She delighted in sharing the impact of this time for those living on the Northern Neck. Her personal experiences as granddaughter of Captain Archibald Long led her to write her first book, “We are Who We are Because Steamboats Were,” a compilation of stories about the people and Steamboats of the Chesapeake Bay and its’ rivers and creeks.
Anne was a longtime member of Irvington Baptist Church and served faithfully on many committees, Sunday School teacher, and choir member. Anne loved the Lord and was a fierce patriot. She also served as board chairman, president and member of the Interfaith Service Council for many years
She is survived by her beloved husband G. William (Bill) McClintock of Richmond, Va.; daughter Theresa Whay Ransone (Rannie) of Irvington, Va.; stepson William (Billy) B. McClintock of Bumpass, Va.; granddaughter Esther Emory Shelton Ryan (Mike) of Arlington, Va.; sisters Eleanor Frances Long Howard and Mary Ida Verlander Newcomb (Herbert) of Richmond, Va., and many nieces and nephews. Anne was predeceased by her parents; sisters, Ella Mae Long Turlington and Elizabeth (Betty) Harper Ball, and brothers Edwin Jackson (Jack) Long and Arthur Benjamin (Butch) Verlander, Jr.
A Celebration of Life will be held 11:00 a. m. Friday, January 24, 2020 at Irvington Baptist Church, 53 King Carter Drive, Irvington, Va. Family will receive friends at a reception following the service. Burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations to Irvington Baptist Church, P. O. Box 417, Irvington, VA 22480,The Steamboat Era Museum, P. O. Box 132, Irvington, VA 22480 or Interfaith Service Council, P. O. Box 868, Kilmarnock, VA 22482 or to the charity of your choice.
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    Friday, January 24th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, January 24th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Irvington Baptist Church
    Address
    53 King Carter Drive
    Irvington, VA 22480
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    Officiant
    Rev. John Howard Farmer

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Becky Marsh

Posted at 02:40pm
Miss Anne was like a second mom to me growing up Irvington. She would let “ Treesa” and me get away with so many things as long as we owned up to whatever it was. As I got older, she would listen to me complain about whatever and always, always have encouraging words. She hired me right out of college, not because she needed me but when my “career job” fell through she was there to help pick up the pieces. I loved to watch her dance and that laugh of hers still echoes in my head. Miss Anne will be missed! ❤️
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Rhonda K Winegar

Posted at 07:33am
Tee, I am so saddened to read this today. Your mother was such a wonderful person. I know how much she loved you. And I know how much you loved her. You will miss her so much. I will be thinking of you in the days ahead and praying for peace for you and your family. Know that I am thinking of you!! Sending love your way! Rhonda Winegar
 
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Jeanne Jordan White Posted at 10:22am

So sorry to hear about Anne. When we were young all the children in Weems grew up together and played together. I will always remember her kindly. God bless the family and give them peace. Jeanne Jordan White
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