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Ann Van Herpe, 75, master gardener
Ann Dieffenbach Van Herpe, a lifelong Washington-area resident, died of cancer June 25 in her home in Potomac. She was 75.
After her husband completed his residency in orthopedics, the couple moved to Somerset, then Bethesda and finally Potomac Falls in 1969.
Mrs. Van Herpe’s hobbies included reading and gardening, and she was an active member of the Master Gardeners of Montgomery County.
For 45 years, she dedicated much time and energy to the Outreach Program at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Potomac.
She was also a member of the Arlington County Physicians Wives Association.
Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Dr. Leo B. Van Herpe; two sons, Michael A. Van Herpe of Potomac, and Christoph L. Van Herpe of Cazenovia, N.Y.; three daughters, Sandra A. Christian of Gaithersburg, Leslie L. Van Herpe-Shockley of Owasso, Okla., and Pamela G. Bohner of Mill Valley, Calif.; twin brothers, Paul Dieffenbach of Littlestown, Pa., and Philip Dieffenbach of Urbana, Md.; and eight grandchildren.
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