Anneliese Sprague
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Anneliese Sprague
Anneliese Sprague
WILMINGTON- Anneliese (Anna) Sprague, 30, of Wilmington, died on Sunday, September 15, at Darthmouth Hitchcock, in Hanover, NH, in the presence of her family. Born on March 3, 1983 in Bennington, Ms. Sprague was full of life, always wearing a beautiful smile. Her desire to make those around her happier will never be forgotten by anyone who knew her.

She leaves behind her daughter Micheala; her parents, Steven Sprague and Deborah Ellison; her two brothers, Steven and Chad Sprague; her sister Amber Sibley; her paternal grandparents Richard and Norma Sprague; her maternal grandparents Roy and Barbara Ellison; her Uncle Dickie, Aunt Penny, and Uncle Sandy; her long-time friend Brian McIntyre; as well as other friends and extended family.

Ms. Sprague’s proudest moment was when she became a mother on November 25, 2003. Ms. Sprague had lived and worked closely with her father for many years, and was excited to begin operating her own small part of the three-generation family business, having successfully completed her first few projects.

A celebration of Ms. Sprague’s life will be held at the Honora Winery and Vineyard in Halifax on September 29, from 1 to 4 pm, followed by a private family gathering in Maine at a later date.
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