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Ann Tesno

Died: January 26, 2021
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Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.
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Jacqueline S. Mihm
Garry Gray
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Obituary

Ann Tesno age 66, of Celina passed away Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021 at Kindred Hospital from complications of surgery. She was born Aug. 7, 1954 in McArthur, Ohio to Honsel and Katherine Coleman. She married James Tesno May 12, 2000 and he survives in Celina.
Ann was Things From the Heart and loved helping thousands of people.
Additional survivors include children: Derick β€˜JR’ (Krystal Brockman) Gregory and Amy (Brian) Secrest both of Celina, step daughters: Theresa Tesno of Cincinnati and Katherine Tesno from Dayton; grandchildren: Haley Secrest, Leigha Gregory, Austin Hendrick and Taylor Hendrick, siblings: Ibby (Mike) Martin, Louise Coleman, Lucille Coleman all of Athens and Joe Coleman of McArthur, Ohio and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a sister Jeanie Coleman.
Memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Association of Mercer County, PO Box 624 Celina, Ohio 45822. A celebration of Ann’s life will be held at a later date due to COVID restrictions.

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Darrell& Anita Huber posted on 8/13/21

We are very sorry to hear of Ann's passing. Our deepest condolences to the family.

 

Danielle sanning posted on 2/15/21

My mom was friends with ann i grew up with ann and things from the heart. It was my favorite place to shop and sometimes just help her at the store when I could. I was so sad when I heard she passed. It broke my heart. I send my deepest sympathy to Mr tesno and the rest of the family. May God be with them. My heart goes out to the family. She was my favorite person. And always had the best advice. She was the most caring loving person I had ever met. Always so willing to help those in need. I will miss her greatly.

 

Danielle sanning posted on 2/15/21

My mom was friends with ann i grew up with ann and things from the heart. It was my favorite place to shop and sometimes just help her at the store when I could. I was so sad when I heard she passed. It broke my heart. I send my deepest sympathy to Mr tesno and the rest of the family. May God be with them. My heart goes out to the family. She was my favorite person. And always had the best advice.

 

patrick rosenbeck posted on 2/2/21

Sorry Jim

 

Beverly Dues posted on 2/2/21

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Jim and the family. May she rest in peace. We were just talking about her the other day, how we miss her and things from the heart. And we was wondering how she was doing. Seeing this made our hearts sink for you all. Prayers for you all.

 

Jeff Colson posted on 2/1/21

Sorry for your loss! Prayers for you Jim and family! Mrs. Mary Jo Colson Mr.& Mrs Jeff Colson!πŸ™

 

Laura Hegel posted on 1/31/21

In memory of Ann Tesno, Laura Hegel lit a candle

 

Laura Hegel posted on 1/31/21

R.I.P. you will be missed.

 

Karen Teeters posted on 1/30/21

My deepest sympathy to the family of Ann Tesno. She was a wonderful person, such a Sweet lady. She will be deeply missed. RIP Ann. Karen Teeters & family.

 

Karla Hamblin posted on 1/30/21

Dear Jim and family, We all are so deeply sorry for your loss. Ann was such a special person! Ann always had a smile in her face. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers . Nancy Bruce and A.J. & Karla Hamblin

 

Carel Wilson posted on 1/30/21

Ann was a beautiful soul. My deepest condolences to her Husband & Family. I will miss her lovely smile & love of people. She was one of the best!

 

Jacqueline S. Mihm posted on 1/30/21

My sincerest sympathy to you, Jim and your entire family. Praying for all of you.

 

Garry Gray posted on 1/30/21

In memory of Ann Tesno, Garry Gray lit a candle

 

Garry Gray posted on 1/30/21

In Loving Memory for Ann Tesco a Lovely beautiful lady who was so friendly and helpful in Thing's from the Heart! And helping other's and do many Thing's in the Community! Sorry for your loss! To Jim and Children and Niece's, Nephew's, Grandchildren and her family many prayers and Condolences! With Deepest Sympathy! Garry A Gray St John Lutheran Church Card Ministry

 

Garry A. Gray posted on 1/30/21

In Loving Memory of Ann Tesno, To Jim and all of her children and family, Many Prayers and Condolences, With Deepest Sympathy! She will be deeply missed by you all. So sorry for your loss such a beautiful lady! Was so nice and helpful when she worked in Thing's from the ❀ Heart .A great shop in Celina! She was so kind and did lot's in the Community. Always heard so many good Thing's she had done! Many prayers πŸ™ for you Jim and the family! May God put his many Blessings upon you all Everyday! With Deepest Sympathy, Garry A Gray 1008 West Market Street Celina, Ohio 45822-2065

 

Kenny and Mary Jo Shockley posted on 1/29/21

Jim and Family, Please know that we are thinking of you and praying for all of you. I know that there are no words to express how devastating this is for you. May our loving God give you strength during these difficult times. With heartfelt sympathy, Kenny and Mary Jo Shockley

 

Regenia White Crago posted on 1/29/21

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

 

Mary Michol Oen posted on 1/29/21

Dear Family of Annie, I only knew Annie from Things of the Heart. She certainly blessed many people with that ministry. She worked really hard to present quality things to aid families. She was a caring, loving, giving person. She will be missed greatly. I pray our Lord will comfort you during this difficult goodbye time.

 

timothy wenning posted on 1/29/21

Shocked to hear this,So sorry.You have our sincere prayers and sympathy.

 

timothy wenning posted on 1/29/21

In memory of Ann Tesno, timothy wenning lit a candle

 

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