October 18, 1935 – January 30, 2021
Tucker, Jamesanna, 85 of Plant City passed away on January 30, 2021. She was born on October 18, 1935 in Plant City, Florida to Gilford Leo and Ella Stalvey Blackwelder. She was a homemaker and lifelong resident of Plant City. She enjoyed hand work and beautiful flowers. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband of 50 plus years, Robert Tucker. She is survived by her son; Tommy (Theresa) Tucker of Butler, Georgia; daughter, Donna (Mike) Mathers of Lakeland, Florida; sister, Frankie Coleman of Bonifay, Florida; Grandsons; Tommy and Ret Tucker of Butler, Georgia and Mike (Tiffany) Mathers of Lakeland, Florida; Granddaughters; Amanda (Ryan) Haynie of Reynolds, Georgia, and Crystal (Andrew) Tattrie of Lakeland, Florida; Great grandsons; Zander Haynie of Reynolds, Georgia, Nathan and Jonathan Tattrie and Alex and Dallas Mathers of Lakeland, Florida; Great Granddaughters; Emilia and Abigail Tattrie of Lakeland, Florida. A Graveside Service will be held on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. at Mt. Enon Cemetery in Plant City, Florida. Fond memories and messages of condolences may be left for the family at www.wellsmemorial.com.
- Frankie Coleman, Sister
- Tommy Tucker (Theresa Tucker), Son
- Donna Mathers (Mike Mathers), Daughter
- Amanda Haynie (Ryan Haynie), Granddaughter
- Zander Haynie, Great-Grandson
- Thomas Tucker, Grandson
- Ret Tucker, Grandson
- Crystal Tattrie (Andrew Tattrie), Granddaughter
- Nathan Tattrie, Great-Grandson
- Jonathan Tattrie, Great-Grandson
- Emilia Tattrie, Gret-Granddaughter
- Abigail Tattrie, Great-Granddaughter
- Mike Mathers (Tiffany Mathers), Grandson
- Alex Mathers, Great-Grandson
- Dallas Mathers, Great-Grandson
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
February 7, 2021
I knew James Anna all my life. We were neighbors for many years. My prayers for comfort go to her family during this time. She was a kind, soft spoken, sweet lady. May God bless you all.
February 5, 2021
MUCH LOVE TO YOU ALL VERY MUCH ALWAYS AND FOREVER 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
February 3, 2021
Donna & Tommy and family,
Just wanted to share how much your Mom and Dad meant to my Mom and Dad. They thought the world of Bob and Anna. They were such a blessing and help to Winston Baptist. My mom and Anna use to enjoy getting together and sew and work on different little projects. Of course, Gary and I had moved to Jacksonville and I would always hear from mom about Anna and the things they were working on. And when I finally met Bob and Anna, I could see what they were talking about. They truly loved the Lord and it showed in their lives. God bless you both and your families because I know it is not easy when Mom and Dad are no longer here to talk to and enjoy their company. But we know we will see them again because of the hope we have in Christ Jesus.
Nancy (Robinson) Watson
February 3, 2021
When I went to pray tonight, I started to mention Jamesanna before I was reminded that she is already in the Presence of her Lord. It is hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that Jamesanna is no longer with us. Yet, I know she was welcomed into the portals of Glory by a Loving Savior and was soon joined by her beloved husband who had preceded her to Heaven. What can I say about Jamesanna? She was a loving and concerned friend to me during a dark period in my life when I struggled against inner demons and voices that tormented my soul. It seemed the Lord sent Jamesanna along during times I needed her most. God demonstrated His love for people through Jamesanna at times and in ways she herself probably never realized. I recall one time in particular when I rode with her to the house of a family who had lost an eight year old daughter unexpectedly through an intestinal problem. Jamesanna comforted a grieving motherwho found comfort in Jamesanna's kind words and warm embrace. Jamesanna was one of those unpretentious souls God uses to share His unconditional love and help shoulder a burden. She never spoke with theological authority or sang with the voice of an angel. Yet, Jamesanna carried in her mortal body the immortal love and genuine empathy that only comes from the Great Creator and her life was in itself a beautiful song. Tonight, in my prayer, I praised the Lord for the opportunity of knowing such a beloved woman and as a final farewell, I asked the Lord to tell Jamesanna that I love her. that I thank her for being kind to me in a time I needed kindness, for praying for me when I was so lost, and for loving me at a time I was most unlovable.
February 2, 2021
Ms. Tucker was always a sweet lady to visit with. I know she loved her family and they loved her. She will definitely be missed. Thankful she is with her Savior and King and those she loved that went before her. Hugs to the family.
Love, Nancy & Willie Payne