April 22, 1914June 6, 2012

Anna L. Alvey of New Port Richey, Florida, passed away on Wendsday, June 6, 2012 at the age of 98. Anna was an active member of the River Road Church of Christ in New Port Richey, and a volunteer for the Hernando Pasco Hospice Foundation. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bernard E. Mitchell; sons, Richard A. Mitchell, and Harry E. Mitchell; and daughter, Janice Louise Mitchell. Anna is survived by her son, Thomas W. Mitchell; daughter, Doris Mitchell; 14 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandchild. Anna was a truly kind and loving person who will be missed dearly by all who knew her.


  • Visitation Monday, June 11, 2012
  • Funeral Service Monday, June 11, 2012


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Tina Serban

June 11, 2012

Dear Grandma, I wish I could have come to see you one last time. I live to far away and couldn't make it. I will keep you in my memories and my heart. I will never forget all the great things you did for me. My childhood is filled with fond memories spent with you and grandpa. The summer at the country house, when you washed our hair with vinegar in the deep sink of the kitchen, and great Gran would sit in her rocking chair giving out candy from her jar. The summer vacation Sue and I spent with you. The many Christmas dinners you made for us. The many years of you sewing us outfits, like the nice warm pajamas and who could forget the goucho and vest set you made that were matching for us twins. Through the years I have seen what a strong and independent woman you are and how much I take after you. My sewing ability came so nature and I thank you for that gift. My strength to always succeed in life was another gift from you. I will treasurer the baby quilts and raggady ann doll you made for my daughter and know that she will pass them on to her children some day. I will always have great grans sewing chair to sit in when I sew and will think of you when I am sewing for my daughter and grandchildren in the years to come. I wish I had lived closer to visit you often. Life keeps us all so busy when we have our own children to raise. Know that I will see you again one day in heaven were we will all rest in peace.
Love your grandaughter Tina Louise Serban (Mitchell)