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Monday, September 13, 2021
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Memorial services for Anna Pearl Driver, 64, of Decatur, Texas will be 5:00 pm Monday, September 13, 2021 at Trinity Fellowship Church in Decatur, officiated by Pastor Cole Wells. Anna passed away at home Sunday, September 5.
She was born January 12, 1957 in Butler, Pennsylvania to Thomas Albert Parker and Martha Jane (Lewis).
She was an active woman and enjoyed gambling and taking cruises.
She was a very loving caregiver for many years, and was an advocate for all ‘her’ patients at Bridgeport Medical Lodge.
Anna leaves behind daughters Janie Dominguez and husband Juan ‘Pancho’, and Hattie Carrizales and husband Ignacio; sons Jimmy Fox and wife Ursula, and Joe William Lynn Driver and wife Tiffany; brother Robert ‘Bob’ Parker; grandchildren Isaac Teran and wife Nickie, Serria Davidson and husband Ethan, Makenzie Pearl Fox, Olivia Carrizales-Noel and husband Everette, Matteo Carrizales, Gabriella Carrizales, Isabella Carrizales, Ezra Fox, Avery Fox, Ian Fox, and Rory James Driver; great-grandchildren Allen Wyatt Davidson, Baizlie Jane Davidson, Annabelle Grace Teran, Declan Eagle, Brenden Eagle, and Barbara Noel; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents Thomas Albert Parker, and Martha Jane Michele, sisters Martha Jane Emerick and Sandra Lea Honeycutt, and brothers William B. Parker and Charles Guy Parker, and grandson Beckett James Driver.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Wise County Animal Shelter, 119 Private Rd 4195, Decatur, TX 76234.
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