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Ann Kenny, MPH, BSN, RN, Certified Facilitator and Chief Growth Officer, HMS LLC – an icon in the Federal Healthcare community passed away, on Monday, March 21, 2022.

For those of us that had the privilege of calling Ann our friend it is indeed an immense loss. Ann was a giving, kind friend and colleague.

Ann had a distinguished, successful career in the Federal Health Market. She was a leader in many critical Industry groups to include HIMSS NCA, where she was a long-time board member. She was also a long-time member of AFCEA Bethesda, Health IT summit committee member. She received the distinguished honor of FedHealthIT100.

On a personal level, Ann was very involved in supporting Animal welfare causes and charities.

Ann is survived by her husband, Joe Kenny, and son Grant. She also leaves behind her three precious puppies.

Ann Kenny Funeral Arrangements:

Thursday March 31st
Calling hours 13:30-15:30
Fairfax Memorial Funeral
9902 Braddock Road
Fairfax, VA 22030

A prayer service at the funeral home will immediately follow. We will have a celebration of life at Ann and Joe Kenny’s home after the service.
6486 Lake Meadow Drive
Burke VA 22015

The family in the obituary has requested in lieu of flowers to please donate to your local:
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue.

You can see the Obituary here.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Ann was a well-respected and loved member of our Federal Health community. She was always giving support and true service to industry partners and associations. I am so sad to lose her as a colleague and friend, and she will definitely be missed by us all. My prayers and condolences go to her husband, son, animals, family, co-workers, and friends as they grieve.

  2. I am so heartbroken by the loss of one my best friends and colleagues. There is so much I want to say but I will just say that I will miss her terribly. It was hard to be at HIMSS without my breakfast and networking buddy. Prayers to Joe and her family. Huge hugs to all my colleagues that have been grieving alongside me.

  3. Very saddened to hear about Ann’s passing. She was a great person and I very much enjoyed getting to know her.

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