- 80 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 13, 1932
- Place of birth:
Ocala, Florida, United States
- Date of passing: Dec 26, 2012
- Place of passing:
Roswell, Georgia, United States
|Let the memory of Sister Ann Hudson be with us forever...|
"It has been 2 years since the Lord took you to your heavenly home. I still miss you so much. I find myself smiling when I think of the conversations we had and the things we did together. I will always love you and cherish the times we spent together."
"It has been a year since the passing of my sister Ann ... The good and bad times we had are only memories now but will never be forgotten ... I will always cherish those memories .. The songs we sang, the plays directed by you, the worship services attended and the many times we would arrive at your house and your statement to Mack "Did you bring your tools" because you always had something for us to do and share .. with love Faye and Mack -Rest of the gang"
"Happy Birthday Ann. You were such a beautiful person. I miss your smile, our long talks, and all of the time we spent together. I miss the sister trips we took yearly and how you helped to make the trips a fun time. Jean Carolyn Carl Lee and I still talk about the great times we all spent together . I miss you so much. You will always be remembered with love by those those lives you touched."
"Happy Birthday Mom! I will always remember your warm smile, your caring heart, your never-ending forgiveness, and your faith in God. All of these characteristics you have bestowed on me and laid down a roadmap for which to follow throughout my life. I know you are looking down on me and have laid your hands on me to steer me in the right direction. I also know that when needed you will sing out and attract the Angels to protect me and my family. I love you and miss you."
"Mrs. Hudson and I were co-workers at Stanton Weirsdale Elementary and church members at Covenant. She was a very pleasant person to talk with, always smiling. I truly enjoyed being a part of the drama ministry that she directed with a passion. She will be forever in the hearts of many! Rest in peace my friend. Our prayers to the family! Keep the faith and continue to call on Jesus!"
"Once you become a father, you are a father forever. Looking back through the years of how I am going to raise my family, the major decisions were not based on the self-help and how-to books, but how she raised me.
Every time I think of my mother, I know I became a true piece of her.
"My dear Aunt Ann, I will always cherish the many memories we have of you since I was young, the Holiday Cookouts, your fried chicken and macaroni and cheese.No one I know does it like you. And also, our travels to the Conferences. You traveled more than anyone I know and you lived a wonderful life. I Love You and will forever miss your presence among us. You have been an inspiration to us."
"Anne Hudson,a team player, dependable.and one of the most gracious ladies I.ve ever met. Her smile would always lightt up a room.God has welcomed home one of His stellar servants. We will always cherish our memories of Anne."
"Ann and I became exceptionally good friends when she started teaching music many years ago at Stanton-Weirsdale Elementary School. I will never forget the inspiration that she has ALWAYS been to me. Looking back at ALL that we've shared (good times & tough ones), I think of her not only as my best friend, but also as a loving sister. I am truly blessed to have had such a TRUE friend."
"Candle lit by Shirley LaFaye Bauknight on 1st January 2013
My sister was a sister that I could have called any day, any time, at any place. Ann was a sister that I called sister never ANN .. The LOVE we had can never be broken. A LOVE that will never FADE away"
"My mother, mentor and friend. A person who constantly taught me right from wrong, the courage to be brave, to be independent and responsible. She guided me as a child to be courteous, well-mannered and the belief and love of God. She motivated me and supported me in music, sport, and education. She will be forever missed but never forgotten."
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