Anne Rose Vail\nWednesday November 3rd our Wife, Mom and Oma left us for the last great journey to be with loved ones and our Lord and Savior. While she will be deeply missed, we will remember the wonderful and beautiful woman that Anne-Rose was. She will always be with us in spirit to guide, show comfort and to remind us of the love she brought to our lives. Anne was a wonderful woman who expressed her love for all those in her life in unique ways, and always worked to make a difference in the lives around her. We will always remember her German sense of humor and how she loved nothing more than to spend time with her family and friends, sharing her wonderful culture and traditions. She will forever be missed as a Wife, Mother, Oma, Sister, Aunt and Friend. One of Anne's greatest joys was being an Oma to her grandchildren and spending time with her beloved pets. Anne met the love of her life, Terrence Vail, in 2011 and built a beautiful life together.\n\nShe was quick to share many of her life experiences and never skipped an opportunity to try and teach you something. We will all remember her for her stong will, positive outlook and perserverance in even the hardest of situations. She showed this by fulfilling her dream of coming to America at the age of 15. Anne's love for all things blingy and shiny always brought a smile to everyone's face. We know, that at this time, she is in a place with all of her loved ones. She is survived by the love of her life Terrence Vail, her children Charity (Tim), Elio (Amanda), Christel (Court), her stepchildren Trenton(Emily), Cassandra (Chase) and her many grandchildren. She will be greatly missed and heaven received the geatest gift this world has to give.\n\nGraveside services will be held Saturday November 13, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Holladay Memorial Park 4900 S. Memory Lane, Holladay, UT with a viewing prior Saturday November 13th from 10:00-12:00 at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway (10600 So).\n\nLight refreshments will be served after at 3677 E. Brighton Point Drive, Cottonwood Heights, UT.