Annie Mae Plaster
October 30, 1925 – May 6, 2021
Annie Farmer Plaster , 95, passed away at her son’s home in Bloomingdale, GA on Thursday, May 6, 2021. She was born on October 30, 1925 to James & Martha Farmer in North Carolina.
She is proceeded in death by her husband James Plaster, parents James & Martha Farmer, her five sisters Grace Fulbright, Bessie White, Wilma Padgett, Mozelle Davis, and Edna Canipe, and her five brothers William Farmer, Paul Farmer, James L. Farmer, Clyde Farmer, and James B. Farmer Jr.
She is survived by her son, Robert Plaster Sr. and his wife, Cathy, seven grandchildren, Robert Plaster Jr., Elizabeth Myers, William Plaster Sr., Rachel Plaster, Joshua Lines Sr. (Becky), Tracy Lines (Shannon), and Kristin Hardy (Justin Sr.), 25 great grandchildren including Sabrina Batson, who helped take care of her the last few years, three great -great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
We would like to thank all the employees from Hospice of Savannah for their support, care, and kindness during her final weeks. We couldn’t have done it without your staff.
A graveside service and burial will be held at Eastview Cemetery in Newton, NC Saturday, May 8th, 2021 at 2 pm.
In lieu of flowers the family would like donations to be made to Hospice of Savannah, 1325 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah, GA 31406, in honor and appreciation of their loving care which allowed Annie to remain in her son's home.
Hospice of Savannah
1325 Eisenhower Dr, Savannah, Georgia 31406
Saturday, May 8, 2021
Annie Mae Plaster
May 9, 2021
Robert made sure that we took you to see places you had never been. Took you to Las Vegas and the flight attendant made sure you got a certificate and wings since it was your first airplane trip. The next trip was up to New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Philadelphia ( went ro the Hershey Chocolate Factory) and we had a blast. You will be missed by him more than anyone else I'm positive of that. He loved you for taking care of him since he was a boy. It was only fitting we did it for you in your time of need. Love from all of us.
May 8, 2021
My Mother (Nannie)was a neighbor and good friend to Annie, so that's how I met Annie. I'd always check on Annie too when I'd be at my Mother's. Annie got to see my 3 kids grow up, and I must say we all loved Annie. A few times we'd take her trash to the dumpster, or carry groceries in for her. Bless her heart, when she broke her wrist she didnt wanna go by ambulance to the hospital, so I took her. I stayed by her side and held her hand.
She will be greatly missed.
Becky, Nan, Sonya, Chris & Michael
Robert Plaster Jr
May 8, 2021
I can still smell that banana nut bread that grandma would bake fresh for us every time we came to visit. I loved that bread and can remember eating on it days after we return home from our trip. I will miss you grandma and will all ways have you in my thoughts. Love you so much.
May 7, 2021
Aunt Ann passed peacefully at home in Georgia surrounded by son Robert Plaster and other immediate family.
Thanks to all the people who wished her well and made comments about rides and trips that Robert took her on.
God has called her home to be with her brothers and sisters. She was the last of 11 of the Farmer children and was 95. God bless you all for caring.
As you used call me when I was little and continuing into adulthood "Sweetie, you will be missed." Love you.