Rozema, Ann H. Passed away at home in Roseville, Minnesota, on June 13, 2020, at the age of 93. She is survived by her sons, Jim Davis (Dana Crick) St. Paul, MN and John Davis (Lorelie) Prior Lake, MN; her aunt Sy Lawther, Kansas City, Missouri, many close cousins, and nephew Richard Busenbark (Sharon), Granger, Indiana, and their sons John, Aaron, and Adam. She was preceded in death by her sister Norma Busenbark. Ann was born in Alton, Missouri, to Leland and Laura Huddleston. The family moved to K.C. MO, in 1942 where Ann graduated from Paseo High School. She went on to obtain a B.S. degree in mathematics from Kansas State University. She pledged Pi Beta Phi sorority, remaining active in her sorority all of her life. Ann married her college sweetheart, Jim Davis, and had two sons. She was active in K.C. volunteer activities, loved to play tennis, golf, and duplicate bridge, and was happiest entertaining friends and relatives in her home. She taught high school math for 10 years at Sunset Hill, a college preparatory school for girls in Kansas City and loved the time spent with her students. Following the death of her husband she married John Hayward. In 1987 they retired to Islamorada in the Florida Keys. John died there in 1992. Five years later Ann married Ray Rozema, settling in The Landings in Ft. Myers, Florida. Friends encouraged them to spend their summers in Ludington, MI. Those friends, and others in The Landing's, became their extended family. Ann was an active member of Ft. Myers Congregational UCC Church, Kiwanis, was on the executive board of her condo Village, and was a vice president of Southwest Florida Alumnae Circle of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She loved playing piano and attending plays and concerts. Ann spent the final two and a half years of her life in Minnesota, near her sons and daughters-in-law. She quickly found a new community of dear friends with whom she continued to play, explore, and dine out as much as possible. After eating her first pronto pup at the state fair and traveling the length of Lake Superior's North Shore Ann earned the right to proudly call herself a Minnesotan. Ann had a warm heart, a big smile, and believed herself fortunate that her life philosophy was to love other people. Burial will be at Forest Hill Cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri.