Anna Fay Mullins, age 75, of Lamar, Missouri, passed away Thursday, May 2, 2013 at Truman Healthcare Center where she had been a resident for the past year.

     Ann was born March 27, 1938, at Pottersville, Missouri, to Clarence and Nadine (Arnold) May.  She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Jimmy Dale Williams, Burl May, and David May; two sisters, Vivian May and Jane Swafford; a son, Harold Stephen Counts in 2007; and two great-grandchildren.

     In addition to being a homemaker and mother to her seven children, Ann had worked as a cook at Phebe’s Guest House and Truman Healthcare, while it was known as Chastain’s and Lakeview Nursing Home.  She had also worked at Big Smith and Vantage Point through the years.   

     Survivors include her children, Connie Foster, Lamar, Dennis Counts, Sheldon, Vicky Rutledge, El Dorado Springs, John Shreve, Liberal, Melissa Auxier, Liberal, and Rhonda (Matt) Rose, Liberal; 24 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Herbert May, Gainesville, Missouri and DeWayne May, Lyons, Kansas; two sisters, Velvie Curry, Cabool, Missouri, and Evelyn Powell, Crider, Missouri; and a large extended family.

     Honoring Ann’s wishes, she has been cremated and the family will celebrate her life with a private service at a later date.

Comments  

#6 Joplin, Mo.Cheri Shreve 2013-11-05 22:56
You were more to me then my grandma you were my best friend the days don't get any easier with you gone. I wish I would have spent more time with you I'm sorry I didn't get the chance to say goodbye. I got a tattoo for you I think you would like it. I often think about the days I spent with you as a kid and I wouldn't change a single minute of it because those were the best days I could ever ask for I miss you dearly and wish I could have one more day with you doing your favorite thing fishing. I know your in a better place and free of pain thank you for everything you did for us you truly are the best person I have ever known I love you more with each passing day until we meet again my sweet angel.
#5 Liberal, MOAshley Ann Barger Auxier 2013-05-13 18:11
My grandmother Ann Mullins was such a wonderful person who was dedicated to her family. I am proud that my mother Melissa Auxier named my middle name after her. I wish she were still here with us. I miss her already. When my mom called me to be there with her when she passed it made me realize more than ever how important family is. Grandma I love you and I miss you.
#4 LiberalMelissa Auxier 2013-05-13 14:57
Missing you some days i feel don't have the strenght to get threw the day. You were our rock, and our place of peace and comfort. Just wish i could hear your sweet, sweet voice again..love ya mama
#3 liberalMelissa Auxier 2013-05-09 16:35
Mama i miss you so very much, words can never express what you mean to me and the kids. I know that you are in heaven now with steve and the great-granbabies. please give kisses to my sweet kadien and tell him , his grandma lissa loves him.Thanks for being my mother, thanks for all that you have taught me growing up. Thanks for being the strongest woman i know, and for taking care of all 7 of us kids. i know it wasn't an easy job..lol. but we will always have the wonderful memories that you have filled our lifes with. the love , joy, and happiness that you gave to all of us. Some day we will have the chance to see your smiling face again, hear the soft and sweet voice of yours. Love and miss you so very much, Joseph is having such a hard time, you were his world,as you know he loved you so very much, as well as Ashley and Jody. Until God brings us all together again our family circle will once again be unbroken.
#2 Palm Bay, FLRita Jean Arnold 2013-05-03 12:39
I have not had the opportunity to see my cousin, Anna Fay, in many years. But, I am sadden to hear of her death.

Much love and prayers to her family.
#1 OklahomaEllen 2013-05-03 12:19
Aunt Fay:
You and your family are an intricate part of threads which have woven the tapestry of my life. As a single thread, we may not be strong, but as a woven tapestry, we are strong and can have many colors. We will miss you but will always have our memories.
Niece;
Ellen

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