Anne Orr Didriksen Habersetzer died Friday, May 25, 2018 at the age of 91 surrounded by her family.
Anne was born in Detroit and was married to George Habersetzer, Jr., for 65 years.
She graduated from Hannah More Academy, Reisterstown, Md.; Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., with a mathematics degree, and Georgia State University, with a master’s of math education.
Anne was a Girl Scout leader in Maryland and Georgia and after raising her family, Anne taught math at North Springs High School.
Anne gave of her time and of herself and stayed involved into her 80s in projects helping students and youth. She was a lifetime member of the Girl Scouts of America and continued supporting Girl Scouts as an active member of the N.E. Georgia Trefoil Guild. She was also active with AAUW and the Atlanta Branch of the Wellesley Club.
Anne is survived by her husband, George, and children Wendy Etheridge (Rick), George “Chip” Habersetzer, III (Renee), both of Clayton, N.C., Jill Miller, of Pawley’s Island, S.C., and Heather Dognazzi (John) of Peachtree City.
She is also survived by her grandchildren Melissa Bradshaw (Eddie), George “Danny” Habersetzer, IV, Michael Habersetzer (Mackenzie), Christian Martin, Lauren Dognazzi, Courtney Etheridge, Hunter Etheridge, Ryan Etheridge, Matthew Dognazzi, Christopher Dognazzi, Abby Martin, Taylor Lyon, and Gentry Miller and great-grandchildren Ian Bradshaw, Braxton Bradshaw and Wyatt Bradshaw. She is also survived by her brother James B. Didriksen.
Arrangements will be handled by the Sandy Springs Chapel with a Funeral Service held at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 9 at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, 805 Mt Vernon Hwy, Atlanta.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in memory of Anne Habersetzer to: N.E. Georgia Trefoil Guild and mailed to 8237 Yale Drive, Lake Spivey, Ga., 30236, or via GirlScoutsAtl.org for online donations.