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Anna L. Moore

August 29, 1930 – November 5, 2021

Owens Funeral Svcs; Chapel
104 Green Chimney
Ashland, Va 23005
Sunday 2 to 6pm
November 14, 2021

Owens Funeral Svcs; Chapel
104 Green Chimney
Ashland, Va 23005
Monday 11am
November 15, 2021

Anna Lee Moore, was born to the late Wesley and Lucy Coleman
Dodson, on August 29, 1930, in Ruther Glen, Virginia. She quietly
Slipped away to her eternal life on November 5, 2021. She was
Preceded in death by husband William Henry Moore “Dickie”
She was also preceded in death by two sisters Louise Virginia Garnett
(Everette) and Lucy Mae Anderson (Willie). Cherishing her memory,
Is her devoted daughter, Darlene Hudson Bazemore (Micheal Jones);

Three brothers; Wesley Dodson (Lousie), Charles Dodson (Alice deceased) and
Edmond Dodson (Gladys deceased); and one brother-
In- law Walter Moore of Maryland. Cherishing her beautiful memories are
other family members; Grandchildren Shameta Boggs (Kelvin) and Teonika Hudson,
six great grandchildren; Breona,Katrina, Shaniya, Tamia, Daishaun and Mariah;
one great great granddaughter, Gianna Wilson; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Anna’s loving memories are also embraced by her most dedicated
And devoted caregiver, Hope Dyer. She also enjoyed bonding in
Friendships with Yolanda Joseph, Robert Mobley,Jr. and Sabrina
Stevens. She will be missed by many cousins, extended family
Members and friends.

Anna Moore graduated from Union High School, Bowling Green, Virginia.
She accepted Christ at a very early age at St. Luke Baptist
Church of Ruther Glen, Virginia. Anna Moore loved church and Christ
First. She served on the hospitality committee, served as an usher and
Attended regularly until her failing health. She loved to work. She
Worked at Bowies, Mailing Services, Blue Cross Blue Shield retired,
First Health 2nd retired, then Hanover County Mail and school
Department as a dietician. She loved going on cruises and bus trips.
She also loved cooking. Her favorite dish loved by all was “Anna
Moore’s apple pie.” It was soo good the family wanted to patent it.
Having her daughter, grandchildren and great grands and their friends over
for the holidays was a delight for her. All the children called her
”Mame.” She had a joyful laugh, a beautiful smile and she was loved by all.

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