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Anna Faye Pickens
8/12/1936 -  9/3/2021

Mary & Charlie Smith
Alba, TX
Friday, September 10, 2021

Charlie and I loved Ann. Her smile and laughter always brightened our day. She would give you world if she could.
Her style and grace were only a view of the beautiful things about her. She is with Charles again to continue their love story in Godís presence. She was a wonderful mom and the best Nonnie I have ever known.

Ann Dial Young
Greenville, TX
Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Ann and I grew up in the same circles and I am going to miss her. Ann and I always called each other on our birthdays until the last couple of years, her birthday is August 12th and mine is August 13th, 1936. Prayers for the family. Ann Dial Young

John Morris
Franklin, WI
Tuesday, September 7, 2021

I'm sincerely sending my condolences for your loss. We are grateful for the care and kindness she extended to my parents when they lived in the Le Ch‚teau during the last of their years.


Sherri Felkel
Greenville, TX
Monday, September 6, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mother always spoke to me when we crossed paths. Most of the time would be in Brookshires. She loved you with all her soul.

Linda Nelson
Atlanta, GA
Monday, September 6, 2021

Ann was one of the most beautiful people in the world! She adored her husband, gorgeous daughter; Sheri and wonderful grandchildren! She will be so missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult season! Much love !

Melanie Cartwright Coons
McKinney, TX
Monday, September 6, 2021

Sheri and I first met in first grade, though we became best friends over the rescue of a baby bird the summer after 6th, but no matter what kind of craziness we got into, Ann was always there waiting for us at the back door with an ice cold Dr. Pepper and something hilarious to make us laugh until we cried. Through the years, Ann was like my second mom, I could confide in her when I just couldnít go to the big Carolyn. She loved me, always shot straight with me, and taught me so much about real life that Iíve never been able to repay. And oh how I loved her. She was just always so easy to talk to, and listen to. Even though I know I was not the only surrogate daughter in the neighborhood, Ann made me feel like I was, and thatís what was so special about her. She made everyone feel like that. Iíll never let go of the last time I had a great visit with her last February. She was her old self, full of laughter, funny memories, and oh that smile. God absolutely broke the mold when He created Anna Faye. And though weíre heartbroken here because sheís not with us anymore, I know that a certain Charles Ray is overjoyed to finally have her home again....Iíll love you forever Ann.

Cindy Reames
Frisco, TX
Monday, September 6, 2021

Nonnie, as she was called in our house, was precious to us. She was so much fun, always willing to set and talk and so good at making you feel like a part of her family! She will be greatly missed but I take joy in knowing she and Charles are together and keeping an eye on all of us! Rest in pease sweet Nonnie!

Karen Dixon
Grwenville, TX
Monday, September 6, 2021

May God bless this family give them grace and mercy Lord in Jesus name Amen

Neenah, WI
Monday, September 6, 2021

My thoughts, prayers, and virtual hugs are with you al!!

Leon Boulton
Greenville, TX
Monday, September 6, 2021

Sweet lady. Enjoyed watching her and Charles raise Sheri over the years.

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