Anna L Ott
December 14, 1934 – May 17, 2020
Anna L. Ott, 85 of Curwensville, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at Penn Highlands Clearfield. She was born December 14, 1934 in Whitsville, NY the daughter of the late Raymond and Tressie (Whitsell) Smeal. Anna was a graduate of Curwensville High School. She worked at Curwensville School for many years as a custodian and bus driver. Anna is survived by two son and a daughter: Randy and his wife Cindy, Alan and his wife Joyce and Valerie Ott all of Curwensville; seven grandchildren: Crystal Lanager of Clearfield, Chelsey Ott and fiancé Shlomi Leshem of Clearfield, Matthew Chelgren of Grampian, Jessica Ott Taylor and her husband Cody of St. Marys, Jocelyn Ott of North Carolina, Bryan Peoples of Glen Richey and Jilyn Ott of Curwensville; four great grandchildren: Aubrey Brown, Jordan Bates, Lillian Driscoll and Colton Taylor; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Raymond and Leroy Smeal and her husband Alvin “Jake” Ott who she wed on June 5, 1954. Honoring Anna’s wishes, there will be no services. A memorial will be held at the conveniences of the family. The Bennett and Houser Funeral Home, Inc. of Clearfield are in charge of the arrangements. To send online tributes go to www.bennettandhouser.com or www.mem.com
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Anna L Ott
Roger and Linda Brocious
May 20, 2020
Annie was a sweet and thoughtful lady. When she smiled ,you wondered what she was up to because she was full of merriment and joy!! She always had a sparkle in her eye and will be missed by many. Our condolence to all you kids. Roger and Linda Brocious
May 19, 2020
I was the custodian at the Blue Ball school back in the 80’s and Annie always took the time to look me up and share conversation with me. She always talked about family and her job. She bussed some of the children there. So sorry for your loss. It’s been years since I saw her last. She was so friendly and kind.
Nancy Appleton Canfield
May 18, 2020
Val and Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Annie was one of a kind. We had so much fun together at the Moose and celebrating our birthday's together. She would get me a little tipsy with Blackberry Brandy, her shot of choice. Her fun loving soul will be greatly missed. Prayers and God Bless. Love to all.... RIP my fun loving friend. You will be missed. Love you my friend.