Anna Marie Warner was born on October 16, 1929. What a journey for her as she has lived back in the days of lamp oil and farm life as a child to things like Isolation from her loved ones during the last few months of her life. There is one thing for sure, she was a warrior. She survived many struggles, disappointments and heartaches; all along praying for those she loved and even those she didn’t on a regular basis. She loved to sing and wasn’t ashamed to make a joyful noise to her mighty Lord. She was funny, kind and gentle, but never let what others did to judge her or anyone she loved matter much.
She passed peacefully on June 16, 2020 and now resides in Heaven with her mom and dad, her husband, a daughter, a son and two granddaughters and many other family members. She loved her babies and I know that she is smiling down with her Heavenly babies in her arms, upon her passing. She is survived by 3 children, Sarah, Steve, and Debbie and 12 grandchildren, multiple great-grandchildren and numerous great, great grandchildren – so many that I wouldn’t attempt to name.
In the last days of her life, she was very close to her children, her granddaughter April, April’s husband Ryan, and children, Maverick, Fisher, Hunter and Riley Marie, who, even when she didn’t remember everything, she knew them all, within a few seconds of their visit. She always knew she was loved and their visits filled her heart with love and her face with a smile. She had an amazing life and will be truly missed by us all.
Her final resting place is in Heaven, but her body will be buried next to her husband at Memoryland Memorial Park in Greenville, Texas.