Ann Marie Whitehead
Wednesday, 17 March 1965 - Friday, 13 October 2017
Ann Marie Whitehead
Funeral Date: Thursday, 16 November 2017
“Sweet is the rest when after weary toil, I do not glory in the battle’s spoil.flag  The victor’s crown, all honors, let them be to thee alone that gives the victory.” Ann Marie Whitehead, 52, passed away on October 13, 2017 at her home after a brief illness.  Ann was born March 17, 1965 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the daughter of Robert and Edette “Dee” (Wickmann) Brockman.  Ann was baptized, confirmed and married at Elm Grove Lutheran Church in Elm Grove, WI.   Ann’s beautiful life will be remembered through her commitment to the service of this nation, her support of the community and her love of family and friends.  Ann served honorably in the United States Air Force from 1983-1992.  She then served the Air Force as a civilian in the Department of Defense from 1993-2017.  Ann passionately supported various veterans’ initiatives and programs.  Ann’s citizenship was exemplified through her lifelong support of the Boy Scouts of America, the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge, The American Cancer Society, and numerous other civic volunteer organizations.  Ann cherished the experience of teaching Sunday school at the United Methodist Church in Limestone, Me.  Ann leaves behind her beloved husband of 23 years, Robert Troy Whitehead, her son Nicholas Dalton Whitehead, her father Robert Brockman of Brookfield, WI, brother Paul Brockman of Arbor Vitae, WI, sisters Claire Carroll and her husband William Carroll of Eden Prairie, Minn., and Janet Brockman Schirripa of Waukesha, WI., mother-in-law Phyllis Powell of Vero Beach, Fl., sister-in-law Lynn Tracy and her husband Craig Phair of Portage Lake,   niece and nephew Michelle and Ismael Maqueda and grand-nieces Giavanna and Lilyanna of Richfield, MN., niece Renata Schreiber and grand-nephew Dominic of Waukesha, WI., niece June Brockman of Arbor Vitae, WI., nephew Robert and wife Emily Brockman and grand-nephews Sam and Michael of Menomonee Falls, WI., nephew Ty Tracy of Phoenix, Az., aunt Marion Wellman of Milwaukee, WI., aunt and uncle Ruth and Kent Karohl of The Villages, Fl., uncle Frank Henry of Dallas, Pa.  Ann was predeceased by her mother Edette “Dee” and Aunt Dorothea Henry.  Friends may visit with the family at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir Street, Caribou on Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service. Funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. in chapel of the funeral home with Rev. Ron Rosser officiating. Interment will immediately follow at the Caribou Veterans’ Cemetery.  Friends who wish to contribute in Ann’s memory may do so by making contributions to the Friends of the Aroostook Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 554, Limestone, Maine 04750.  


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  • James H Fischer
  • Thursday, 26 October 2017
Ann Marie might have lost the battle but not the war. Her family, friends and fellow vets will pick up the fallen standard and carry on with her memory.

From one fellow vet to her family, my deepest condolences. I'm from Wauwatosa (a Milwaukee suburb) WI. What caught my eye while reading the obits, was of course the American flag. Then Limestone, ME. I was in the USAF at Loring AFB (formerly Limestone AFB) from 1970-1974.

I salute Ann Marie for her service and life.

James Fischer, USAF, SSGT & USAFR, 1st LT.
  • Kathy Peary
  • Thursday, 26 October 2017
Sincere condolences on behalf of the North Star District Boy & Cub Scout leaders- we have appreciated Ann's support and leadership of the scout program for these past many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.
  • Norma and Tony Stephan
  • Tuesday, 07 November 2017
Troy, Nick and family, Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel at the loss of Ann. Ann came into our lives at DFAS. She was Norma's supervisor and friend after retirement. Ann was always there when needed. We watched Nick as he grew up...scouts and fish "fin" caretaker when Norma was out of the office. Our hearts go out to you and your family.
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