Anna L. O'Hara
February 12, 1938 – December 28, 2018
Ann Louise O’Hara formerly of Lancaster Ohio, currently residing in Cadiz, Kentucky. Ann O’Hara age 80, passed peacefully with her husband by her side on Friday December 28, 2018 at Tennova Health Center in Clarksville Tennessee. She is lovingly remembered by her family including her husband of 59 years Donald O’Hara of Cadiz, Kentucky, daughter Dawn (Mike) Collins Lancaster, Ohio, sisters Ruth (Dusty) Miller of Lancaster, Ohio and Lois Jean (Lewis) Noble of Orlando, Florida, brother Charles Fleck of Bithlo, Florida. Grand children Tabitha (John) Tatum of Owensboro, Kentucky, Micheal (Kendra) Gorby of Lancaster, Ohio, Tyler Collins of Lancaster, Ohio, Rebecca Patty of Chesterland, Ohio, Damon (Mary Ann) Cripps of Bremen, Ohio Zachary Clemons of Cadiz, Kentucky, Andrea Clemons of New Mexico, Missouri, Chayton Wright of Lancaster, Ohio, 8 great grandchildren, many that just called her mom and all her extended family. Ann was a caring and loving mother, grandmother, and aunt. She touched many lives with her heart of giving, compassion and kindness and she will be missed. She was preceded in death by her father Harold George Fleck, mother Esther Louise Fleck and sister Betty Jane Rowe. Visitation for family will be at 9am and visitation for public at 10am with services to follow at 11am at Halteman-Fett & Dyer Funeral Home (436 N Broad Street Lancaster, Ohio) on Friday, January 4th, 2018 . Burial will follow at Floral Hill Memory Garden on Coonpath Road in Lancaster, Ohio.
- Visitation Friday, January 4, 2019
- Funeral Service Friday, January 4, 2019
Anna L. O'Hara
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Lisa Collins Kenny
January 2, 2019
Hello Dawn & Family,
You have our prayers & deepest sympathy.
I met your Mom only a couple of brief times & didn't really know her. What I do know is whenever you talk about either of your parents you always smile.....a big, genuine grin.
Our parents teach us everything we need to know to get through life....except how to live without them. Such a simple but oh so true statement....
Million dollar question :(