Ann Celiabelle Sacre
June 4, 1938 – June 5, 2018
Ann Celiabelle Sacre, 80, of Liberty died a day after her birthday at Reid Health, Richmond on June 5, 2018.
A Union County native, Ann was born June 4, 1938 to Walter F. and Hazel H. Huston Hildebrand and attended Centerville High School, graduating in 1956. She lived most her life in Liberty and retired from Sycamore Springs and its predecessors, after many years of employment. In her leisure time, Ann enjoyed crafts and watching the game show network. She especially appreciated being with her family and friends.
Ann is survived by her sons: Steven Sacre of Richmond; Brett Sacre and his wife, Tricia of Brenham, Texas; her grandchildren: Melissa Salsbury and her husband, Michah; Erica Sacre; Blake Sacre, all of Brenham, Texas; Austin Sacre of Mundelein, Illinois; her sister and brother-in-law: Frances Dietz and Lloyd of Liberty; several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Ann is preceded in death by her brothers: Wilbur, Russell, Floyd, Don, Bob and Charles Hildebrand; her sisters: Mary Jane Ramey and Carol Felty.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, June 8, 2018 at Showalter Blackwell Long Funeral Home, Fosdick Chapel, Liberty, with Rev. Dana Hadden of Hanna’s Creek Christian Church, officiating. Private Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery, Brookville. Friends may visit at the funeral home from 12 noon until the time of service where memorial contributions may be made to the Spina Bifida Association (http://spinabifidaassociation.org/donate/). For additional information and to send condolences or memories, go to www.ShowalterBlackwellLong.com.
- Visitation Friday, June 8, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, June 8, 2018
- Private Burial
Ann Celiabelle Sacre
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June 7, 2018
The Lord didn't make any sweeter person than Ann Sacre. She was a special friend of my mother, Gertrude Carter, and lovingly cared for her at Sycamore Springs Nursing Home. Ann was a special encouragement to me during the time Mother was in the nursing home. She always treated Mother with such kindness and respect and always had an encouraging word for me as well. Anytime I saw her, whether at the nursing home or out in town, she was always the same sweet person, always smiling, always loving and kind. She has certainly gone onto her heavenly reward and will be missed by all who knew and loved her, but there is joy in knowing that she is now safe in the arms of Jesus.