ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Patricia Stephenson, 60 years old, born on November 15, 1959, and passed away on October 11, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Misty Anderson on May 6, 2021
Mama I love you and miss you every day. The pain of losing you never truly gos away. I have my memories of you that I cling to for dear life. You was my best friend the one I could go talk to when I couldn't go to anyone else. I just want you to know that I will always love you.

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Posted by Misty Anderson on May 6, 2021
Mama I love you and miss you every day. The pain of losing you never truly gos away. I have my memories of you that I cling to for dear life. You was my best friend the one I could go talk to when I couldn't go to anyone else. I just want you to know that I will always love you.
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Patricia Ann Bohannon was born November 15 1959 in Calhoun Ga to Opal And David Bohannon. Ann has 3 brother's Larry Bohannon, Jean Bohannon, and Jeff Bohannon Ann also had a sister who passed away as a baby Debra Bohannon. Ann married Billy Story at the age of 17 he was her one true love her soul mate. A tragic car accident took him and 3 of his brother's sons away from her Ann was never the same after. She tried to keep going on she tried to live her life without her beloved Billy. Ann got a job working at shonys restaurant to have some money and to keep things off her mind. There she meet my father Robin Herington they got married and had me on November 23 1983. I was almost 1 year old when my father did some bad things that he got arrested and put in prison for. Ann divorced him and got full custody of me she moved in with my grandparents and got a job at a glove mill to support me and her. She worked hard at that glove mill and she came home most of the time with chipped nails and her fingers bleeding but she did it for me. It was at this glove mill that she meet my stepfather Thomas Leon Stephenson at first she did not want to give him a chance being as she was hurt by the last man but her boss talked her into letting Leon take me and her to the fair in Rome Ga. I was 3 years old when they started dating and 6 when they got married. We moved to Summerville Ga in a trailer on Mitchell rd. We had a many of wonderful years in that trailer. Ann keep working different jobs came and went but she keep working for me to give me things that she didn't have. When I was 17 she got a job at lookout mountain transportation she had that job till she retired Leon worked at Mohawk till he retired. Both of them worked long hard hour's every day to put food on the table and to pay the bills. I married my first husband at 18 and I had my first child at 20 my son David Cribbs. Ann loved her first born grandchild to the moon and back. My marriage to my first husband did not last he was a drunk and very abusive when he drank we got divorced and I could not have been any happier that was the worse 3 years of my life. The only good thing that came out of that marriage was David. I just got tiered of the abuse. Ann did not want me to marry him in the first place but I was young and did not want to listen to her if I knew what I know now I would have. I had to move back home with mama and Leon and I was happy to be home mama was always by my side and made sure that I was ok.  I meet the love of my life Matthew Dewaine Anderson.We got married may 29 2007. We had our first child a daughter Savannah LeAnn Anderson may 11 2008 on mother's that year Ann told me that it was the best gift that I could ever give her. On me and Waine had our second daughter on May 17 2010 Autum Rose Anderson Ann was over joyed. To have 3 Beautiful grandchildren she loved them with all her heart they was her reason for living is what she would tell me as her health started to go and she started to get sick more and more. Ann was a strong woman she over came a lot of pain in her life when the doctor told her that her leg would have to amputated due to her diabetics she was upset she thought that she would never walk again. Me and the doctor assured her that she would with a prostatic leg that gave her hope she wanted to walk and get out of that trailer and see her grandchildren. I was with her ever step of the way. I was there with her when she got her first prostatic leg she was so happy and tried her best to get up out of the wheelchair and walk she tried her best but Her health and her strength wasn't. What it once was. Ann was confined to that wheelchair and barely left the trailer only to go to doctor appointments that I took her to. Ann enjoyed them days that me and the girls would come and take her to the doctor I would go to the trailer early so that I would have time to sit and talk to her and so that she could sound some time with the girls. On the days that Ann did not go to the doctor she would call me or I would call her and we would talk on the phone for a long time we would call one another every day just to tell one another that we loved one another.  I thought that I would have mama forever I never thought of losing her. Ann passed away October 11 4:00pm at Redmond hospital her heart just gave out she could not take the pain anymore and she was called home to be with her Lord and her loved ones that had gone before her. The hardest thing I ever had to do was let her go she was my mama my best friend a part of me died with her. I miss her so much and always will the pain of losing her will never go away it will just dull as time gos by but I will have my memories of her in my heart and I know that she is smiling down on us. Ann had a hard life but she keep her faith in the Lord and she loved her daughter and her grandchildren with all her heart. And I know that she made it home that she's not in pain anymore and that she she can walk again on streets of gold. Yes I know mama is home.
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