Anne V. Celeste, 88, of Center Township, passed away early Wednesday morning, February 17, 2016, at Kindred Hospital.Born July 26, 1927, in Aliquippa, she was a daughter of the late Mark and Anna (Kerlin) Marbich. A graduate of Aliquippa High School, she continued her studies and graduated from Point Park College. Anne would ride the train from Aliquippa to Pittsburgh to work at the University of Pittsburgh, where she found employment as a medical secretary with Dr. Jonas Salk, the pioneer of a vaccine to eradicate polio in the early 1950’s. Part of her duties included forwarding research information, which contained her initials, for Dr. Salk to doctors in London and Berlin. Anne also worked in the Recorder of Deeds office at the Beaver County Courthouse during the 1970’s. A faithful and devout member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Monaca, she was a member of the church choir, an active member of Christian Mothers, chairperson of the craft booth at the annual winter bazaar and helped decorate the church Sanctuary during holidays. Her raisin pies were so delicious than they were often sold to coworkers before the church bake sales began. Anne also served as a Girl Scout leader and was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, Rochester Unit.She will be sadly missed by her beloved husband, Carmine, to whom she was united in marriage on September 16, 1950; two daughters, Suzanne Trbovich and her husband, Joseph, of Brighton Township and their sons, Michael and Mark, and Marie Celeste Gilberg of Mt. Lebanon and her children, Emily and Matthew; and a brother, Steve (late Joan) Marbich, of Franklin, PA.In addition to her parents, Anne was preceded in death by an infant son; an infant daughter; and a brother, John Marbich.Friends will be received Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. in the Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services, where parting prayers will be offered on Saturday at 9 a.m. followed by a mass of Christian burial at 9:30 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Monaca. Fr. Michael Ruffalo will be the celebrant.Interment will follow in the parish cemetery.To share online condolences, get directions and other information, please visit simpsonfuneralhome.com.Those who knew Anne, knew an angel without her wings. She took care of many family members from health to parting. When we got married 65 years ago, in about six months we bought a tumbled down little place on a two-acre lot. In the four years, we fixed it up into a nice comfortable cottage. those four years were very comfortable and enjoyable. When health troubles within our family began, she gave up the home on earth that she loved and moved in with my parents to take care of my mother, who passed away five years later. Anne then took care of my dad, her mother, two children and her husband. Time required for this took many years. She, being an angel, handled all this and never once did she complain to her credit. Anne also had the honor to have been a secretary, working with Dr. Jonas Salk, the doctor who conquered the polio problem. We all come on earth to serve our time. Then comes the day when God calls. At the pearly gates, God asks, “What did you accomplish on earth?” Anne gave her report. God gave Anne her wings. She now has her wings.