Ann McCann

January 7, 1936May 9, 2019

Sunrise January 7, 1936 ~ Sunset May 9, 2019

Ann Bragg McCann was born in Bauxite, Arkansas.

She was the loving wife of Floyd McCann and a devoted Mother to Michael (Carey) McCann, Karen McCann, DeAnthony (Stephanie) Hall, and Dennis (Peggy) Hamilton. She loved & was loved dearly and by her Brother, Gary Bragg, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, friends and so many people that she touched throughout her life. She was treasured by her grandchildren; Trey Lee, Ayzhia Hall and OIyvia Hall.

Ann has joined her Parents; Samuel Louie Bragg and Hazel Page Bragg, her Sister; Betty Bragg Cox and her Brother; Richard Bragg who preceded her. They will welcome her with love in heaven.

Ann was a proud Bauxite native. She graduated from Bauxite High School in 1954. While there she was a member of the Beta Club, majorette, and Homecoming Queen in 1953.

Ann enjoyed many hobbies and was and avid Razorback fan. She was a designer, an artist, and a joyful gardener and nature lover and infamous dessert maker.

Ann was a Bible Study teacher most of her life. She volunteered with the Step ministry for several years and mentored at-risk youth along with other members of New Beginnings Ministry in Houston, Arkansas.

She was a prayer warrior and devoted reader of the Bible.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the newest member of our family, Valerie Bradford, Mom’s caregiver and our dear friend.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to: New Beginnings Ministries 10 Via Dela Rosa Circle Houston, AR 72070


  • Memorial Gathering Wednesday, May 15, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, May 15, 2019


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John McDaniel

May 17, 2019

Floyd and Family,

Gay and I send our deepest sympathy and our prayers for your comfort and peace through God's love and grace. We know how great your loss is and we grieve with you. God bless you and hold you close during this time and always.

Mary Ann Campbell

May 14, 2019

Guy and I always enjoyed being with Ann. She radiated love and compassion. We have missed her and are sorry the dread A disease took her. She did a lot of good for many and we're grateful to have known and loved her.
Our hearts go out to you, her family, as you say your final goodbye.
Mary Ann

Jennifer Berry

May 13, 2019

I remember growing up my Aunt Ann was always the sweetest, kindest soul. Sometimes when we would be out for Christmas break I Would get to stay with her and she would always take me to do fun stuff. She was always smiling and so happy. She was a strong Christian Woman who loved to take care of others and always did her best to make sure everyone fit in. She was such an amazing woman and she will be dearly missed! I am certain that she is so happy to be with her Lord in heaven and having an amazing time!! I love you Aunt Ann!!

Mae Carson

May 13, 2019

I remember the first time I met Ann.
She was helping with a bible study class.
She made me feel so welcome and loved.
She made a difference in my life. She touched my life deeply.
I will cherish her and the memories.

Cindy Biram

May 13, 2019

Mrs. Ann was such a joy!! She always brought such wonderful desserts to New Beginnings and always loved on all of us like family. She knew the Bible and taught in a way we wanted to hear more! Heaven has welcomed a jewel!

Jim and Carolyn Manning

May 10, 2019

Dear Family,
We will always hold in our hearts the fond memories we have of Ann. She was such a vibrant and energetic person with a welcoming smile for everyone. Her quick wit made many of us laugh when we were in her company. She was just plain fun to be around! She will be missed greatly by so many. I know how much she loved all of you. You came first in her life. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers always, but especially at this time.
We love you,
Carolyn and Jimmy