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Anna L. Ferrell

Born: Mon., May 23, 1927
Died: Sun., Oct. 7, 2012

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Anna Hogan Ferrell age 85 of Louisville, KY passed away on Sunday, October 07, 2012 at Georgetown Manor Nursing and Rehab in Louisville. She was born in Clay County, Tennessee on May 23, 1927 to the late Bedford and Meadie Stoots Daniel. She was a retired employee of Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husbands, Newman Hogan, and Kenneth Ferrell, two brothers, Marvin Daniel, and Thelmon Daniel, and one sister, Josephine Daniel.

Survivors Include:
One Brother- James Daniel of Upton, KY
Seven Sisters-Pauline Spears of Indianapolis, IN, Syrphene Tucker of Celina, TN, and Lorene Elliott, Mattie Rains, Reta Coomer, Lucille Scott, and Gladys Marley all of Louisville, KY
and a host of other relatives and friends survive.

Funeral Service:
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. at Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home, 304 N. Main Street, Burkesville, KY with burial in the Williams Cemetery in Clay County, TN. Family requests visitation from 1:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. Tuesday, October, 09,2012 at Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home in Burkesville.

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Mandy Bishop
   Posted Mon October 08, 2012
Rest In Heaven to our Sister, Aunt, Great Aunt

Pauline Spears,
Dorothy Bishop & Family

Jackie Lanning
   Posted Tue October 09, 2012
To All who loved Aunt Ann,
My heart goes out to you, even though I wasn't as close to Aunt Ann as an adult as I was as a child I have great memories of going to her house. Aunt Ann was always happy to see us, even when we showed up on her door step in the middle of the night. My Dad, Marvin liked to say he was her favorite, I know she always made him feel he was. Most of my memories were of sitting in her kitchen, she always seemed to have Dad's favorite meal ready and waiting. I feel very fortunate to have had a chance to let her know how much she meant to all of us and to thank her for all her kindness. My Dad battled alcoholism, being around him wasn't always easy. Most people were pretty put off by that, but not Aunt Ann her door was always open. For that I will always be grateful. Rest in Peace Aunt Ann, give Dad a hug for me..