Ann P. Graff, 80, homemaker, book collector

February 17, 2005

Ann P. Graff, a homemaker and book collector, died of cancer Feb. 10 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Towson resident was 80.

Born Ann Pamfilis in Baltimore, she was a graduate of Forest Park High School. She was a librarian for the Enoch Pratt Free Library for several years before her 1948 marriage to James C. Graff, which ended in divorce.

From 1948 until 1978, when she returned to Towson, she was a resident of Williamsburg, Va., where she had been a hospital and Jamestown Foundation volunteer. She enjoyed history and had a large library devoted to the subject, family members said.

She volunteered at the Greek Cathedral of the Annunciation in Baltimore and liked traveling to Greece.

Services were Monday.

Mrs. Graff is survived by a son, Charles J. Graff of Williamsburg; a daughter, Eve Weir of Williamsburg; a brother, Manuel Pamfilis of Timonium; a sister, Virginia P. Constantine of Towson; and many nieces and nephews.

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