Ann Duggan

Ann Duggan

August 27th, 2020
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Our mother passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family on August 27, 2020. She was eighty-nine years of age, seventeen days shy of her ninetieth birthday. Although she was a Colorado Springs resident for the last three decades, she gave the title of β€œhome” to Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina as well.

Born September 12, 1930 in Athens, Georgia to parents Dallas Waymon Gailey and Fronie Eva Lela Ray, Mom lived a rich life. She worked from age fourteen till age eighty-six, a point of immense pride for her. She was an avid reader, a master of trivia, lover of sweets, and strong, self-sufficient woman. Above all else, she was incredibly devoted to her family and loved them all immeasurably.

Mom is survived by her five children Sheena Wilkinson, Thomas Jones, Kathy Miller (Corky), Bonnie Newsome (Michael), Terri Wigger (Julian). She is also survived by her nine grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren. She will be dearly missed by all of her family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents Dallas and Fronie, her siblings Ray Chandler, Frances Lucille, Mary Edith, Thomas Wilton, Edna Mae, husband Don, son-in-law Ron, and great-granddaughter Brianna.

A graveside service will be held for family Wednesday, September 2nd. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Cancer Society or Abode Hospice of Colorado in her name.
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    Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 |
    Wednesday September 2nd, 2020
    Evergreen Cemetery
    1005 South Hancock Expressway
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  • Interment

    Evergreen Cemetery
    1005 South Hancock Expressway
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Shannon Miller

Posted at 03:22am
The Matriarch,
The woman of her word,
The most independent,
Never 2nd or 3rd...

She raised a good family,
The ups and the downs,
No matter how much she worked,
Her presence was found...

The children her focus,
From beginning to end,
They had a love for their mother,
For which they'd always defend...

From King of the Hill
Which the children would play,
Grammie would go to work
To make sure she could pay...

For everything they had,
For everything they dreamed,
She did her job,
And built self-esteem...

For each and everyone one of them,
The love they had was true,
And it surely trickled down,
To everyone including u....

Hold Grammie close,
She's still here at heart,
Wear your keychains,
And you'll never part...

Keep it close to u always,
And stay strong within,
Keep loving your mother,
Until the end... (Eternally) πŸ’•πŸ™β€

We love u always, Grammie ~~~Shannon, Dylan, and family.

Nate Robinson

Posted at 06:14am
Kathy and family. Toula and I pray you will continue to remember, cherish, and love your Mother. While we never knew her, your actions were signs of who and what she was. Never forget her and treasure those memories as you walk to your destined journey. Remain a powerful, loving and caring family in the name of your Mom. Nate & Toula, Kathy's friends down the street in Chesapeake.

Kathy Miller

Posted at 07:58pm
I don't know how I forgot this special memory but my mother and I shared the same birthdate.

Kathy Miller

Posted at 07:33pm
Where do you start with memories when every memory is special. I don't think there's enough paper to say how very special my mom was. As of now all I can say is I love her very much and will miss her every day. My most special memory was every minute that God allowed me be in her presence and to hear her voice .

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