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Elliott Sons Funeral Home

2524 Lumpkin Road, Augusta, GA

OBITUARY

Ann Marie Woods

October 14, 1964May 12, 2020

Blythe, GA – Ann Marie Woods, 55, entered into rest on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.

She is preceded in death by her father, Joseph H. Skinner Sr. Survivors include her loving fiancé, Don Johnson; mother, Gloria Skinner; daughter, Raleigh Mazzell (Alvina); daughter, Eva Sue Woods; stepson, Brendan Johnson; stepson, Brett Johnson; grandson, Wyatt Johnson; brother, Joey Skinner (Becky); sister, Sue Bacino (John); brother, Harmon Skinner (Sydney); and many extended family and friends.

Private services will be held, with Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Lumpkin Road handling the arrangements. Friends are encouraged leave condolences and share memories by signing our online guestbook.

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Bonnie Rowley

May 18, 2020

Ann will surely be missed. May God comfort all her family...

Debbie Smith

May 18, 2020

Joey, Sue and Harmon,
I was sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. Praying God will bless you all and provide comfort and strength that can only come from Him.
With deepest sympathy,
Debbie Smith (Cousin from Virginia)

Linda Cloer

May 17, 2020

Love and Prayers for the family. Our family loved Ann. Our family has known Ann since she was seven years old. My sister, Becky started dating Ann’s brother Joey when she was seven. She and I would have play dates when the family lived in Valley Park! Ann was always the adventurous one as well as the bossy one since she was older than me! I will miss her laugh! I know in my heart she is at Peace and with her loved ones in Heaven. I’ll see Ann again until then I will cherish the memories.
Love,
Linda Cloer
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Margaret and Shug Johnikin

May 17, 2020

Love and Prayers for all the family.

Janice Crawford

May 17, 2020

Our prayers are with you

Mary Mihm

May 16, 2020

I always enjoyed working with Ann at the VA. We were assigned to different sections, but our paths crossed often. She was always smiling and in a good mood. Rest in peace, dear Ann. ❤️

Nicole Rimmer

May 16, 2020

Ann my dearest friend. I hate we lost contact over the years but you have and always will remain in my heart. We have shared many adventures together and I have not forgotten a one of them. I am so happy I have many pictures of the times we spent with our girls growing up together. You will be missed. Praying for your family and friends for comfort and peace. Fly high my love. Nicole

Raleigh Mazzell

May 14, 2020

I love you mom, You have been my whole world and best friend my whole life. You have always been the best mom I could have ever asked for. I know your still with me in spirit...but its just not the same as hearing your voice or your laugh at my dumb jokes or old memories. I know your with god now I just wish he had picked a different angel to call and let me and my sister keep you longer, but were you are ,I don't want you to worry or stress when looking down on us. Me and Eva Sue will be strong for each other like you have taught us to be . You have molded us into strong independent women and we will never forget how amazing you were and every lesson you taught us... I will always love you to the moon and back …….

Judy Waldrop

May 14, 2020

I know you are with our Lord and you will be truly missed. You was such a good person always caring about someone else. You always call me Aunt Judy and made me a part of your family. I know how much you love the Lord and how you served him please know that my love and prayers are with your family.

Taegan Shearer

May 13, 2020

Ann,
I will always treasure the grace you showed me as I learned to be an x-ray tech. You taught me so much. You were honest and straightforward. You were hard and pushed me. 20 years ago you came into my life and I thank you for not leaving. Always up for “real talk”. I appreciate it more than you know.
You showed me what never giving up looks like. You loved your girls with everything you had. I promise to be there and show grace to your daughters in anyway I can. Fly high lady!
-Taegan

FROM THE FAMILY

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