Anne Fouche Styron

February 12, 1930October 24, 2020

Anne Lyonel Fouche Styron, 90, of Cary, died Saturday, October 24. She was a resident of Swift Creek Health Center of Cary.

Mrs. Styron was born February 12, 1930, in Rock Hill, SC, to the late Lyonel Wilcutt Fouche and Nell Estes Fouche. She was a graduate of Meredith College and received her Master’s degree from Winthrop University. She was a retired teacher, having worked for Wake County Schools, Florence-Darlington Technical College in Florence, SC, and Chesterfield-Marlboro Technical College in Cheraw, SC. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Mrs. Styron was active in her garden club and was an accomplished seamstress. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Cary.

Mrs. Styron was preceded in death by her husband, George Frank Styron; a brother, Clarence Fouche of Columbia, SC; and two sisters, Dorothy Corley of Rock Hill, SC, and Anna Belle Fouche of Isle of Palms, SC.

She is survived by a son, George Frank Styron III and his wife, Tracy, of Cary; daughters, Suzanne Edwards and her husband, Jerry Edwards, Captain USN, of Dyersburg, TN; and Cynthia Andereck and her husband, David, of Mount Pleasant, SC; a sister, Iris Sturgis, of Gastonia; five grandchildren, Mark Edwards and wife Sarah of Atlanta; Medwyn D. McClelland of Summerville, SC; Sarah Anne Stephens and husband Gary of San Antonio; Haleigh and Lindsey Styron of Cary; four great-grandchildren, Stella, Christian, Benjamin, and Eleanor; and many loving nieces and nephews.

A graveside service for the family will be held this spring in Goldsboro, NC.

Memorials may be made to Meredith College 3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27607 or to Transitions LifeCare, 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27607 or to Connie Maxwell Children’s Home, P.O. Box 1178, Greenwood, SC 29648.



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Leigh Ann Bane

October 31, 2020

Growing up, I remember how sweet Mrs. Styron was when I would come over to her house to see Cynthia. Mrs. Styron had such a kind, gentle spirit.

Jane Nielsen

October 30, 2020

Dear Cynthia and Suzanne,I can only add my regrets that I never knew Anne, to my thoughts of sympathy for youall. She must have been someone I would have loved knowing. I'm so happy to have met the two of you last year and shared that lunch on the Cape. With love, Cousin Jane Waters Nielsen,