OBITUARY

Anna Lee Peters Thornsbury

November 10, 1932February 5, 2021

Anna Lee Peters Thornsbury, 88, of Trinity, NC passed away on Friday, February 5, 2021 at her residence. She was born on November 10, 1932 in McDowell Co., WV to the late Henderson and Cora Roberts Peters.

Anna is preceded in death by her parents; husband of 30 years, Earl Thornsbury; son, Terry Thornsbury; and grandson, Will Whaley.

Anna is survived by sister Rebecca Thomas of Beckley, WV; daughter Sharon Bowling (Raymond) of Shelby, OH; sons, Mike Thornsbury (Michele) of Charlotte, NC, Bob Thornsbury (Gina) of Trinity, NC, Charles Thornsbury Sr of Trinity, NC; granddaughters, Sharon Kay Adams, Beverly Ann Whaley and Brandy Holcomb (Cliff); grandson, Charles Timothy Thornsbury Jr (Jennifer); great grandchildren, Ashlee (Nathan), Abby, Amber, Alyssa, Colton, Coy and Clay; and her great great grandchildren, Warner and Pacen.

A graveside service will be held for Anna on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 3:00pm at Deep River Friends Meeting Church cemetery; Pastor Ty Thompson and Rev. Charles Timothy Thornsbury Jr officiating.

Online condolences for the Thornsbury family may be made at www.advantagearchdale.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Henderson & Cora Roberts Peters, Parents (deceased)
  • Earl Thornsbury, Husband (deceased)
  • Sharon Bowling & husband Raymond, Daughter
  • Mike Thornsbury & wife Michele, Son
  • Bob Thornsbury & wife Gina, Son
  • Charles Thornsbury Sr., Son
  • Terry Thornsbury, Son (deceased)
  • Sharon Kay Adams, Granddaughter
  • Beverly Ann Whaley, Granddaughter
  • Brandy Holcomb & husband Cliff, Granddaughter
  • Charles Timothy Thornsbury Jr. & wife Jennifer, Grandson
  • Will Whaley, Grandson (deceased)
  • Rebecca Thomas, Sister
  • Mrs. Thornsbury is also survived by her great-grandchildren Ashlee (Nathan), Abby, Amber, Alyssa, Colton, Coy & Clay, as well as her great-great-grandchildren Warner & Pacen.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

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Judith Bailey

February 9, 2021

I will always remember MawMaw we had many talks and she helped me with the problems I was having . She loved my children Kim and Billy and my Grandkids Timothy and Brandy and we loved MawMaw very much I hope she is making Blackberry Dumplings in Heaven REST IN PEACE and wait for me by the River

Bob Adams

February 8, 2021

I called her Grandma for many years and always considered her my Grandma! She was always lots of fun and very welcoming. I will always love her and regret not keeping in touch with her!!

Lila Sanacore

February 8, 2021

Dear Mike, Michelle and family,
Please accept our heart felt condolences with the loss of your precious momma Anna. Heaven has gained an angel. May she Rest In Peace 🙏 Love, Lila & Anthony Sanacore

Josh Rhodes

February 7, 2021

From the time I was old enough to walk I've known Ann as"MomMaw", She will forever be loved and remembered for the beautiful person she was and the kind soul she had, through out the years almost 30 of them she became family and was like a grandmother to me, im going to miss the memories made and shared with her but they will always be with me. She had the heart of an angel and anytime you stepped into her home you always felt the warmth and love that filled the house. She will forever hold a place in mine and my family's heart for the memories we all have, I love you MomMaw. May you rest in peace for eternity with the good Lord. I pray that God watch over the family during this time, you're in our thoughts and prayers.

Leann Skeen

February 7, 2021

I have fond memories of Ann and her Children, grandchildren coming to Community Baptist Church visiting with us. She will truly be missed. I'm so sorry for yalls loss. Prayers to all the family

Roy & Gayle Bowling

February 6, 2021

From the first moment we met Dear Annalee she made us feel loved and part of her family. We always loved our time with her and she would share her chair with Roy. She was always so kind, considerate and loving to all. We called her “Mom” and she was just like a mom to us. She will truly be missed so very very much and never forgotten but I know where she is at and I know she loves her new home in heaven.

Amber Holcomb

February 6, 2021

When I was little Mommaw and I used to go on daily picnics after school and talk about how our days went. Recently she would call me everyday after I got home from work to make sure I made it home safely because she didn’t like me driving home late at night. We always shared little secrets and had our own inside jokes. She was always someone who could put a smile on your face with the simplest words.

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