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Carol Anne Banting-Serviss passed away peacefully with her children by her side on March 12, 2019 at the age of 77.

Anne was born on August 27, 1941 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan where she spent her youth as a Jobs Daughter, Hospital Volunteer, Figure Skater and Pianist for the local radio station. She graduated from Albert E. Peacock Technical High School where she was the Assistant Editor of the yearbook and won an award for Miss Tech. She married after high school and moved to Windsor, Ontario where she raised her family.

She will be remember for her involvement in the community, with a passion for figure skating as a Regional Gold Test Figure Skating judge and President of the South Windsor Figure Skating Club where she produced and choreographed figure skating carnivals. Anne attended the University of Windsor graduating with a Bachelor of Social Work. She worked as a Social Worker for the Teen Health Center and Metropolitan Hospital AIDS Clinic providing guidance to youth at risk.

Anne was a loving mother to son Robb Serviss, grandchildren Brant and Kai and daughter Lee Ann Giacomel, husband Luciano, grandchildren Bianca, Stefano (Kristy), Christian and sister-in-law Frances, nephews Terry (Fran), Brian (Kim), Brent (Cathy) and niece Linda (Steve). Her unconditional love will always be with us and know she is watching figure skating every day in heaven. Anne was predeceased by her parents Floyd and Hazel and brother, David Banting.

A private memorial and celebration of her life will be held on Sunday, August 4, 2019 at Rosedale Cemetery. 

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