Anna Titus

June 30, 1941June 16, 2020

Anna Katherine Titus 06/30/1941 – 6/16/2020

Anna “Cat” (Wurst) 78, passed away on June 16, 2020, at Mary & Elizabeth Hospital. Anna was preceded in death by her Husband, Thomas “Tom” Titus; Friend, Bill Price; Parents, Edgar and Viola Wurst; Brothers, Lynn, George and Paul; Sisters, Alma Buster and Stella Smith.

She leaves behind her Son, Garry (Pam) Wurst; Brother, Raymond “Buddy” (Thelma) Wurst; Sisters, Eleanor “Jo” (Bill) Vincent and Evelyn “Ebbie” (Gary) Hatfield; Grandchildren, Sophia, Charlie and Nick; 8 Great-Grandchildren; several loving nieces and nephews and her special friend Judy.

Visitation for Anna will be Tuesday June 23rd from 12 Noon – 2 PM at Advantage Funeral Home Hardy Chapel 10907 Dixie Hwy. Funeral services will be at 2 PM with burial at Bethany Memorial Cemetery.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020


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Evelyn Hatfield

June 21, 2020

Cat was a one of a kind sister.I always said she was like a bull in a china shop. We all know what her favorite word was.She was a special sister and I will miss our visits and going to lunch with her.She will be missed by all.

Roberta Stafford

June 21, 2020

My Aunt Cat was my Dad’s sister. There were nine of them- five girls and four boys. I have many happy memories of going to my grandparents house, quite frequently, for family gatherings. As you can imagine there are many cousins. I think we would celebrate everything. Cat was about 10 years older than me. I got to spend a few nights with the girls when I was little and it was fun. Never a dull moment. One lesson I learned from Cat on one of those sleepovers was “never sleep with gum in your mouth or it will end up in your hair”
Cat always was feisty and I admired her strength. She also liked to rant (in a quite entertaining way) when she was aggravated about something. From my childhood My uncle Buddy liked to sneak up behind her while she was ranting about something and quietly poke her or tickle her until she noticed and then she would yell- “Buddy, quit! And swat him away and he would just laugh. We all would laugh. It was so funny and happened all the time, even up to current times. My aunt Cat will be missed terribly

Yvonne Giancola

June 19, 2020

Aunt Cat was very mighty for being so small, the family all knows she voiced her opinion often. Lol we all loved her.
She reminded me the most of our Grandma out of the 9 children.

I remember going to see her while she worked at the lunch cafe in Kressges. She always gave me extra pickles and a chocolate pudding , I remember it being served in a little metal dish w a dollop of whip creme & a cherry.
She will be missed. RIP Aunt Cat.