In Memory of Anne Cantrell(1951 - 2018)

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Anne Cantrell
David Cantrell
Birth Date
August 20, 1951
Blessing Date
July 1, 1982
Ascension Date
April 22, 2018  

Anne Lord Cantrell, wife of David R. Cantrell of Pottstown, PA, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at home in the company of her family and close friend. She died of breast cancer and was 66 years old. Born on August 20, 1951 in Morrisville, Vermont, she was a daughter of Claudia (Hohenberg) Mausolff and the late Thomas Mausolff.

Over the course of her life, Anne was a true spiritual seeker and guide. Her life path took many turns from where it began in the idyllic countryside of New Hampshire. Her life contributions ranged from helping start the first health food store in her town, to living off the land for a year in a tepee, to writing for a baby clothes catalog in New York, to baking and designing birthday and wedding cakes using natural ingredients, to caring for children at Jacob House. Later on, she would come into her true role as a Jungian astrological counselor and esoteric researcher, writing on various topics. She had a sincere desire to help young people find their way, just as astrology had helped her. By her very presence, she was a channel, offering guidance for self-understanding and insight. She lived her work and was a genuine mother to many

In addition to her mother and husband, Anne is survived by one daughter, Danica Meri Cantrell; three siblings, Sarah Buel of Massachusetts, Peter Mausolff and Christopher Mausolff of California. She was preceded in death by her older sister, Claire Mausolff.

Funeral services will be held privately. Contributions can be made in her honor to the Kimberton Waldorf School Scholarship Fund, at P.O. Box 350, Kimberton, PA 19442 or at Arrangements are being handled by the Campbell-Ennis-Klotzbach Funeral Home, Phoenixville, PA.

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Comments (3)

  • David Garcia


    I have fond memories of her working at Jacob House back then. A very noble spirit who left us too soon.


  • Lloyd Howell


    So sorry to just now learn of Anne’s passing. I have a brief memory of her from the good old days (the ’70s). She was a kind and gentle soul. Hope you are finding you’re way through this loss.
    Your friend from the good ole days,
    Lloyd Howell


  • Scott Dolfay


    My condolences to the Cantrell family; Ann and David led my IOWC team. A team created on the spot at Belvedere the first time I heard T. Father speak. Still a neophyte from Seattle I had come to attend Kevin McCarthy’s 40 day workshop that was ended early to go on this new adventure.

    The team was made up of mostly “fresh off the boat” young Japanese with a handful of Americans and one German brother. We traveled the mid-west witnessing, fundraising and fighting Communism in the newly purchased “video-van” motor homes. Very memorable was the big CARP event held at the University of Wisconsin following the Soviet’s downing of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 in 1983.

    Through it all David and Ann demonstrated their love and concern for us and we bonded as a diverse family that only True Parents could generate. I had the blessing of seeing David, Ann and meeting their daughter Danica when they visited Seattle a few years ago. Bless you guys. See you again Ann when my time comes.


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