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Anna Marie Spencer
November 29, 1936 - April 3, 2005



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Connie EnmonDione Futral
Jim, Suzette, Stephen and Jeni KynorKeca Metal Products, Ltd
Barbara BairringtonKay Wadley

 

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By: Rob Johnson Apr 12, 2005
To The Spencer Family:



My deepest condolences to you as you mourn the loss of Anna. I worked with Anna at Anderson Clayton back in the early 1980's when I first arrived to Houston. She was always pleasant and I enjoyed working with her during that time period. I also got to meet Curtis, her son when he worked for Camco Products in the middle 1980s. May God bless you and keep you strong in his word and know that Anna is now with Jesus in heaven. I pray the family will be comforted by God's word and his promise of eternal life.



May God continue to bless your family.





Rob Johnson

Houston, Texas
By: Connie Enmon Apr 7, 2005
I was so sadden to hear about Anna. I was reading the local newspaper when I spotted her name. I worked with Anna for many years, I got to know her family and friends. I was knew to everything at Gundle and Anna was like a mother hen and took me under her wing. I can remeber when we used to sat at her desk at lunch and watch her work on her daughter-in-laws to be at that time dresses for their wedding. I knew her husband John, son Curtis and daughter-in-laws Pattie and Joelle well. She was a very strong person and I depeneded on her a lot for her wisdom and knowlege. I have thought about her often through the years and should have kept in contact better. She will be missed very much. I hope and pray for her family to get through this. Anna was always a very hard worker and we there for anyone who needed her. To her family, I am so very sorry and if there is anything I can do please call me.



Connie Enmon
By: Annette Heimann Osina Apr 7, 2005
A Note from the Flower Girl to John and all the Spencer Family:



Anna will forever live in my memory as the beautiful young woman that believed enough in an extremely shy, akward 4 year old first cousin to let me be a part of her story-book wedding, one of the most important days of her life. She gave me a Cinderella moment that even today is so much more that just faded black and white photo. I know she has been a wonderful wife, Mother, and Grandmother and will be missed more than words can express. My prayers are with you all. Love, Annette
By: Dione Futral Apr 7, 2005
May your family take comfort in the belief that your loved one walks along the streams of everlasting life. I worked with Anna when she worked at the company I'm still employed by in the 90"s, we were known as Gundle then. I also worked with John, Patti,Curtis, & Joelle. My deepest Sympathy reaches out to all of ya'll. I will

always remember Anna, like Connie said, when I started working for Gundle she took me under her wing too! She was always ready to listen to you, help you out , & support you in any way. I am from Edna, Tx , not very far from Wharton, I travel through there very often to visit my Mom going home. If there is ever a time that I can do anything for ya'll as I'm passing through , please let me know. Anna will be greatly missed by all!

All of us here at GSE will be lifting the Spencer Family in prayer!Regards! Dione Futral
By: cynthia Ulicnik Apr 7, 2005
Jennie Off stopped by GSE and told me about Anna. I haven't seen Anna since she's left Gundle in the 90's.

She held a very special place in my heart. She befriended me right after my mother's passing. My prayers will be with the family.

God Bless

Cynthia Ulicnik
By: Theresa Lewing Apr 6, 2005
I have met Anna on several occasions and got to know her rather well over the telephone.



Not only was Anna a hard working woman, she was also one of the nicest ladies I have ever met.



She will truly be missed by all of us here at Keca.



May God be with you.
By: Pat Heimann Hackworth Apr 6, 2005
Anna was my first cousin and an honorary big sister to me. When I was a young girl, spending time

at Aunt Lillie & "Uncle's" house was always a wonderful treat. At the farm in Crescent, my special cousins Anna, Daniel and Dottie were never too busy or grown-up for me. They, along with their parents, always made me feel welcome and loved. Anna was one of my early role models; she was beautiful, a smart career woman, but most importantly kind and caring to everyone she encountered. I wanted to grow up to be just like her. God only knows how many times I got into her lipstick and powder puffs on her vanity, but she never scolded me. She would just smile and laugh quietly to herself.

When Anna & John moved to their new home in Fondren Southwest subdivision in Houston, they invited me to visit that summer. I remember how proud she was of her sparkling, new home and how warm and inviting it was. I also remember what a wonderful mother she was...just like her mother. She trusted me to hold and feed baby Curtiss and I was thrilled to be able to spoil him while I visited. Theirs was a home filled with joy and love.

As the years have passed, I have seen Anna only occasionally, but I will always cherish the memory of this sweet lady and the time we spent together. My mom has told me how proud Anna was of her family and loved to talk about her grandchildren. May her love be a comfort to all of you as you remember the good times you spent together.

Unfortunately, my husband and I will be out of town and unable to attend, but our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. I know in my heart that John Paul II held her hand and led her safely to join him in her heavenly home.

May God bless you all,

Pat Heimann Hackworth
By: Jim Kynor Apr 6, 2005
My family was shocked and saddened to hear of Anna's passing. I worked with Anna for many years at Gundle. She was a very friendly and helpful person; always pleaant to be around. We ended up being neighbors a few years ago. My son, Stephen told me that "Ms Anna" would always stop and talk with him while he was waiting for the schoolbus. That was Anna, she always took the time to be friendly to all.



Our heartfelt sorrows go out to her husband John, their children, and all the family. May God watch over you and comfort you in this time of need.
By: Kay Wadley Apr 6, 2005
I did not know Anna well. When my beautiful step-daughter married John & Anna's wonderful son, Gregg, I can remember being in awe of her ability to host so many, many people in their home and with such flair! I understand that her ability as a hostess was unmatched. I know that Anna will be remembered fondly by many. Spencer family, I am so very sorry for your loss and pray that God hold you each in the palm of his hand. A special note to Gregg, Patti, Alex and Sarah - I am so sorry that I cannot be there with you in the physical form but I am with you in my heart. Love, K

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