OBITUARY

Anna Louise Cannon

July 28, 1927October 5, 2021
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Anna "Ann" Louise Quarles Cannon, 94 of Kansas City, Missouri went to be with her Lord on Tuesday October 5, 2021 at her home with her family by her side.

Ann was born July 28, 1927 in Farley, Missouri to Henry Crawford and Hattie Lane Bayer Harris. On September 1, 1942 she married William "Bud" Quarles and together they made their home in Clay County, MO. After his passing in 1988, Ann married Charles Amos Cannon on March 31, 1990 residing in Kansas City North. Ann worked for Sherr Brothers, KC, MO for 10 years making hats for the Army, later working in the plastics division of Ownes Illinois in NKC retiring after 30 years. Ann enjoyed time with her family, cooking, playing cards and dominos, visiting the lake and traveling. She was a member of Northland Cathedral for over 30 years and was proud to participate with their Sunday School Program.

Ann was preceded in death parents; her first husband, Bud; her second husband, Charles; 6 brothers; JW, Leo, Ralph, Clint, George, Jewel, and Larry; step brother, Bill Gaines; a sister, Wanda; step sister, Dorothy.

Survivors include her 3 sons, Bill (Peggy), Roger (Lorretta), Phillip (Wendy) Quarles; her sisters, Rosie Gorbet, Wilma Killough, Brenda Stevenson; her brothers, RW (Linda); very special friend, Jim Johnson; 13 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great grandchildren.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Michael Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Mark Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Matthew Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Brendon Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Shaun Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Scott Quarles, Pallbearer
  • Sam Quarles, Pallbearer

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Monday, October 11, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment

Memories

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Shelly Harper

October 6, 2021

I remember every holiday, Birthday, or whatever the occasion Grandma Anne never forgot any of the family. I love you grandma. You will be missed.

Brian Sandridge

October 6, 2021

I will miss seeing grandma at family and work events. I Always enjoyed our conversations and seeing how happy it made her to be around family and friends. The matriarch of the family will be missed.

Nikki Freeman

October 6, 2021

She was a very sweet lady

Tracy Geier

October 6, 2021

Aunt Ann was such an amazing woman! She wasn’t really even my actual Aunt, but she always treated me like her family. I only know her as “Aunt Ann”. She had the biggest most kind caring heart. She always smiled. She always gave me a big hug every time I saw her. She always made me feel loved. She will be missed for sure. Praying for all of her family and friends.

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