Anne Veteran

Anne M. Veteran

Monday January 17, 1955 - Friday December 27, 2019
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Millerton – Anne M. Veteran, 64, a thirty year resident of Dutchess County formerly of New York, NY died peacefully on Friday, December 27, 2019 at New York Presbyterian Hospital following a lengthy illness. Anne began her retailing career in NYC, when she relocated to Dutchess County; she worked as a financial administrator for several companies and private clients. She also worked for the Dyson Foundation for many years.

Born January 17, 1955 in Tarrytown, NY she was the daughter of the late Anthony F. and Lucia E. (Galletto) Veteran. She was a graduate of Sleepy Hollow High School in North Tarrytown and was very active in the Democratic Party where she served as an elected official while residing in Dutchess County. Anne will be greatly missed. She will be remembered for her quick wit, easy laugh, endless kindness and dedication to helping others.

Anne is survived by her brother, Frank Veteran of Falls Village, CT; her two sisters, Susan Veteran of Oneonta, NY and Lucy Veteran of Garrison, NY; her uncle, Gabriel Galletto of FL and several cousins and many adoring extended family members and friends. Anne is also survived by her beloved dog Abbie. In addition to her parents, Anne was predeceased by her dog Gracie.

There are no calling hours. Funeral services will be private. Arrangements are under the direction to the Scott D. Conklin Funeral Home, 37 Park Avenue, Millerton, NY 12546. To send an online condolence please visit
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Robert Scanlon

Posted at 09:00am
Frank, Susan and Lucy:
This news came is devastating and so very sad. Anne ( will always be " Annie" to me) was such a vibrant, positive 'bright light' in our world that her passing feels as though a force of nature has suddenly disappeared. She and I lost touch in the years after college but I want to be sure that the three of you know what an amazing friend she was to me, always there to listen, give opinions, laugh, confide and above all, laugh. I am so very sorry, and hope my memories are of some small source of consolation to you. Bob Scanlon Annapolis MD

Ceceile Strand

Posted at 08:14pm
The SHHS class of 1973 has been sharing lovely memories of Anne online. This is how I learned of her passing. I live in Pennsylvania. I enjoyed working on The Legend yearbook with her. She had a great sense of how to do a job well. She was "professional." Her generous smile captivated her classmates. One of her best laughs was captured in the large class photo taken of the class of 1973 for the yearbook. When I look at that picture I see myself looking at her laughing. I smile every time I look at this photo. As other classmates have said about her- "Anne could light up a room!" I am sorry for your loss. She was a very special person and will be missed by all who knew her. - Ceceile (Ceal) Weiss Strand - SHHS 1973 classmate

Cecilia Stancell

Posted at 03:51pm
I remember Anne as such a vibrant person - full of smiles and good, abundant energy. My heartfelt condolences to her family.

Geof Talcott

Posted at 02:49pm
I will miss you Annie. Our impromptu conversations, your smile, your opinions that often differed from mine (which I respected nonetheless) and your patience with my ramblings all meant the world to me. You showed concern for others wellbeing when you had much bigger problems of your own. I am grateful for your friendship and will never forget you.

Janice Hylton

Posted at 02:45pm
I'm frankly at a loss to speak of this remarkable woman. There wasn't a single moment in the many years I knew Anne that she didn't greet me with a smile and a giggle. She was vibrant even during her challenges with illness. She will be greatly missed. May her journey now be much softer and most exciting.

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