Dr. Ann Marie Negrotto Eady
1974 - 2020
Heaven welcomed another angel when Dr. Ann Marie Negrotto Eady departed unexpectedly from this world on July 7, 2020, from complications of Covid 19. She was living in Houston, Texas. Ann was born on May 22, 1974, in Metairie, Louisiana. She was preceded in death by her father Edward Negrotto. She is survived by her mother Cindy Boyd, stepfather Ronnie Boyd, brother Edward Negrotto and wife Kaci, stepbrothers Brian and Mark Boyd, and godmother Sheryl Guy. She was especially dear to her adoring great grandmother Lelia Simoneaux. She was soon to be married to Alan Hensley who is so very grateful for the precious time they had together. She will be sadly missed by her many extended family members and beloved friends. She graduated from Dominican High School in 1992 and was captain of the Jayette Dance Team. She was a member of the Phils and performed in many Jesuit plays choreographed by Karen Hebert. Dancing was her passion. Upon graduation from LSU in 1997, she attended and graduated from St. Christopher School of Medicine. Ann was the Senior Vice President of Academics at the College of Health Care Professions for eight years. She was nationally recognized for innovative work helping aspiring disadvantaged adults achieve educational success and professional career placement in the medical field. Although Ann is no longer with us, she will always live in our hearts. Spoil your children, love deeply, and forgive. A scholarship fund has been established in Ann's name at: https://www.chcp.edu/dr-ann-eady-scholarship OR Mailing Address: Longaker Foundation, Dr. Ann Eady, The College of Healthcare Professionals, 2550 N Loop West, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77092.
Published by The Advocate from Jul. 18 to Jul. 19, 2020.
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Besides all the family crawfish boils & holiday gatherings - I took about 6 or 7 of the Negrotto cousins to Audubon Zoo (packed Bull's big van) and used Cindy & Eddie's Pass. Maybe it's because I want to remember the good parts, but all of y'all were wonderful & we all had a great day!
Aunt Robin Negrotto
July 12, 2021
Omg she was the most amazing woman I ever met. So fun and full of life. I never missed an invite to be with her. She was not only absolutely beautiful outside but on the inside too. She will be forever in my heart and soul.
Lisa McCloud
August 11, 2020
We worked together and she was an amazing woman..... she always had a smile on her pretty face and was sooo sweet. I am saddened that she have has left this place but I’m happy she is living eternally..........Linda
Linda Hill
August 8, 2020
Lynn Friedman
August 7, 2020
Ann and I became close friends over the past year. We ruthlessly talked about her upcoming wedding to Alan and we both decided that I would be her sister/bridesmaid when the time came...we also drank a lot of beer that night. Alan and Ann are great people and my boyfriend and I fell in love with them.
July 26, 2020
Ann was a colleague, mentor and, most importantly, friend. She is a big part of the reason I am still teaching, so all of the students with whom I have the honor to interact can trace any benefit, knowledge and compassion received right back to her. The world lost a real light and inspiration. We all deeply mourn that loss.

Dr. JM Buchanan
Matt Buchanan
July 23, 2020
Connie Klingler
July 21, 2020
Just when I was thinking that our family had been spared from this horrible virus I got the news of Ann passing from COVID 19. There is nothing that be done to fill the empty place she has always had in my heart. Since then a few of her cousins have contracted the virus but with milder cases. The only thing that we can all take away from this is to STAY SAFE STAY HOME and if you have to leave - PLEASE wear a mask!
Ann, may you rest in the hands of God with your father Eddie and his four older brothers. Love you and will miss you, my beautiful sweet niece.
Robin Negrotto
July 19, 2020
Condolences to family and friends.
Rest In Peace, my old friend.
Our Breakfast club mornings in our 20s helped me start off my day with the right attitude. I loved our walk and talks. We were so funny!
Youve touched so many lives, and Im heartbroken youre no longer in this crazy world.
I hate Covid-19.
May the light shine upon you.
All my love,
Jessica (LSU roommate/RN)
Jessica Melendez-Bayuga
July 19, 2020
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