May 22, 1937 – September 12, 2020
Virginia Ann Holland Trammell, 83, of Charlotte, NC passed peacefully September 12, 2020 at the Robin Johnson Hospice House in Dallas, NC.
Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Edward Holland and Mildred Horton Holland, and her brother, Robert Holland.
She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Katharine and Kevin Dotterer; her son and daughter-in-law, Edward and Renda Trammell; her grandchildren, Sydney Dotterer (Aaron Poteate), Carol Trammell (Samantha Villegas), and Michael Dotterer (Kelly); her nephew, Rory Holland (Beth); and her niece, Tammy Duguid (Pete).
Ann was born in Toccoa, GA. She moved with her parents to Charlotte, NC at just 3 years old.
She graduated from Central High School in 1955 and attended Women’s College in Greensboro, NC (now UNCG). She remained close with her graduating class from Central and valued their friendship over the years. She owned Court Reporting Services in Charlotte, NC.
Ann was an active member of Hickory Grove United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC, participating in Stephen’s Ministry, the Staff Parish Committee, and the Cokesbury Sunday School Class. She also enjoyed teaching Sunday school for 16 years.
Along with her devotion to her church, Ann loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, and dear friends. She enjoyed trips to Ocean Isle Beach, NC and wanted to be remembered sitting on the beach where she felt closest to God.
A private family graveside service will be held at Sharon Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society are greatly appreciated.
Condolences may be offered online at www.mcewenminthillchapel.com.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
September 18, 2020
I remember as a young child spending weekends at Aunt Ann's house and playing with Ed . Wonderful memories.
September 15, 2020
I graduated from Central High School with Ann in l955. I really got to know her better as a result of our monthly luncheons at Jimmies Restaurant in Mint Hill where we had such a good time. I found out a couple of years ago that Ann and I had sons in November l9966 at Presbyterian Hospital - my son's name is Roy Edward and Ann's son's name is Edward Roy. We thought that was really funny. Ann was such a pleasant person and seemed to appreciate the relationship she had with her school mates. She will certainly be missed. Tizzie Polk Crisp
September 14, 2020
I love Ms. Ann. She had sarcasm like no other and could throw an awesome stink-eye. A wonderfully, genuine person and so kind. She was brilliant. Thank you for showing me Jesus and for showing me what it looks like to serve God for ALL of your days.
September 14, 2020
I was in the CHS Class of '55 with your mother. She was a delight then and later in life. I was a lawyer and judge in Charlotte and ran into her from time to time. We always caught up and laughed about the old days, She came to the CHS luncheons and had a smile and kind word for everybody. She was a fine lady and I will miss her. The good die way too early. She was one of the good ones. My sympathy to her family.
September 13, 2020
Aunt Ann was an inspiration to me. Her strength, courage, compassion and grit inspired me as a young man and recently when I visited her in the home a few years ago. I spent time with Ann two years ago after visiting my dad’s grave - for the first time years after he passed. I was emotional and Ann made me smile, immediately I was comfortable and reminiscing. I love her to this day very much and look forward to hugging her - and my dad in heaven soon. I love you, Aunt Ann.