Anne Drummond was born on May 15, 1925 to David D and Aganetha Peters on Section 14, Township 43, Range 3 West of the Third Meridian. She was the second eldest of eight children.
Because the family was very poor, Anne went to work at a young age. She worked for the Pinkerton and Gillings families. She also had various other jobs – at the lumber camps in the winter and as a hired girl for various housewives.
One night in Kelvington, Anne met Philip Drummond at a dance. They were married in 1952 in Canora and went on a short honeymoon to Winnipeg. A couple of years later the kids started arriving.
Anne and Philip enjoyed fishing and camping. Anne got her driver's license in the mid-70's and enjoyed driving herself and others to Bingo for many years. She eventually moved off the farm and lived in Kelvington. After breaking her kneecap she was no longer able to live alone and eventually moved into the Kelvindell Lodge where she spent her final years.
Anne was predeceased by her husband Philip Drummond, parents David and Aganetha Peters and her siblings Helen, George, Frank, Lillian, Edward and Norman, and her son-in-law Hawley Payne.
Left to mourn are her children Shirley Payne, Alvin (Patsy) Drummond and Joyce Drummond (Dennis); grandchildren Leann (Kim) Bisschop, Sheila (Marcel) Guilbault, Janice (Calvin)Housden, Tyson (Marni) Drummond, Cody (Meriah) Drummond, Morgan (Lana-Rae) Drummond, Dustin (Jessica) Drummond, Kyle (San Jay) Christopherson and Trevor Christopherson; great grandchildren, Bailey (Sam), Belinda (Chase), Shelsie (Kyle), Austin (Poppy-Mae), Justina, Karina, Taylor, Tanner, Indiana, Wylie, Eysa, Sophie, Elowen, Gus, Lyra, Rori, Nash; great-great grandchildren David and Harrison; and sister May Johnson.