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Ann Breiding Kumph

Ann Estelle Breiding Kumph

Monday, September 12th, 1960 - Friday, May 8th, 2020
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Obituary

Ann B. Kumph, 59, of Kennebunk, passed away unexpectedly on May 8, 2020. She was born September 12, 1960 in Sanford to Charles and Jeannette (Johnson) Breiding.

Ann graduated from Kennebunk High School in 1978. She worked at the Arundel Wharf for 17 years and as a Caretaker for Home Instead Senior Care for three years. She married Brian Kumph in June of 1994.

Ann had a free spirit and loving heart. She enjoyed spending time in the sun, often reading a book, at Kennebunk Beach in the summer. She loved to laugh and spend time with family and friends. She especially loved her two sons, Matthew and Jacob.

Ann was preceded in death by her father, Charles Breiding in 2010. She is survived by her husband, Brian Kumph of Kennebunk; sons, Jacob Kumph of Kennebunk and Matthew VanGaasbeek and his fiancé Elizabeth Rossignol of Biddeford; mother, Jeannette Breiding of Lyman; sisters, Dottie Dyer and her husband Paul of Lyman and Nancy Dyer and her husband Don of North Yarmouth; brother, Chuck Breiding Jr. and his wife Brandy of Sanford; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A celebration of Ann’s life will be held at a later date when larger crowds can gather. Interment will take place at Brooklawn Memorial Park in Portland at a later date.
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A celebration of Ann’s life will be held at a later date when larger crowds can gather. Interment will take place at Brooklawn Memorial Park in Portland at a later date.

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Candace OKeefe Culp

Posted at 03:06pm
Dear Matt, Jake, Brian and the Breidings,

There is no person in this world like your mother - She is truly missed, now and always! Her kindness and compassion were contagious - Ann was a genuine friend for so many years and will be in our hearts and memories forever!

Thinking of You,
Candy O'Keefe Culp
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Chris Murphy

Posted at 02:23pm
Brian and Jake
We were all so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. My thoughts go back to when she would take Jake and Patric everywhere. They were constantly on the go. Ann always included Patric in their adventures and it made the summers go by much faster. Ann would do anything for the boys and always wanted them to be happy and having fun. I think she accomplished that. Our deepest sympathies to your family. Much love. Shawn, Chris, Patric & Delaney Murphy.
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Vanessa Furu

Posted at 08:19pm
I have such fond memories of working with Ann at the Arundel Wharf. She had the best laugh and always had a kind word. She was so fun! Rest In Peace Annie. Love, Vana
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Amy G

Posted at 07:24pm
My memories of Ann run long. We worked together for years at The Wharf. What a rag-tag bunch we were!! And after work, we would sit and talk and laugh long into the night. She never watched the news, saying it made her sad. Our days were filled by meeting at Colony Beach, she with Matthew and all his toys, and we would all take turns playing with him at the waters edge. What wonderful memories! And as the sun started heading down, we would all load up and go our ways , waving, and hugging, and smiling. That is how I want to remember Annie...always smiling. My love and deepest condolences to her whole family and friends.
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Amy G

Posted at 07:16pm
My friendship with Ann runs long. She had many friends and never met a stranger. We worked together for years at The Wharf. Spent many late nights laughing into the morning. When Matthew was a baby, we’d all go to the Colony Beach and take turns playing with him, getting all tan and golden in the sun! (If we only knew!). I miss those fun times. I want to remember Annie waving good-bye when we all had to go home. Bye Annie. See you when I see you. Always smiling. That’s how I want to remember her.
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