Margaret Ann West

June 22, 1922September 14, 2020

Margaret Ann West, 98, of Sandston, VA passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020.

She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Margaret West; brothers, James Elroy West and Walter Marvin West; and a nephew, Ronald Marvin West.

Ann leaves to cherish her memory a loving niece, Sharon Hall (David); sister-in-law, Rachel West; niece, Sherry West; great-nieces, Tammy Clark (Troy), Sherrie Via (Rusty) and Kala Hall (Taylor); great-great nephews, Gary Jaffe (Cassie), Joshua Honeycutt and Garrett McCauley; great-great niece, Cara Via; great-great-great nephew, Andrew Jaffe; great-great-great niece, Lynnlee Jaffe; and many other loving family members and friends.

She loved her family and her church, Corinth United Methodist Church. Ann was a retiree of DuPont. She will be remembered by her witty manner and being the “life of the party”.

The family will receive friends Friday, September 25, 2020 from 12 to 1 p.m. at Corinth United Methodist Church, Sandston, VA. A memorial service will immediately follow at the church at 1 p.m.

The family has asked, in lieu of flowers for contributions to be made to Corinth United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 23 W. Williamsburg Road, Sandston, VA 23150.

There will be a private interment at Washington Memorial Park.

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David Gulick

September 23, 2020

Rachel, so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. I remember her laugh and wonderful sense of humor. It was wonderful to have her in the choir at Corinth and to know her. She was always very supportive of me and I appreciated that.

charles Miller

September 23, 2020

Ann was my second mom, my dear friend for over 60 years. Hope she and my mom are laughing again together. Rick [ Little Feet ]

Alison Gregory Wayland

September 20, 2020

Ann and Elroy were my father, Meade Gregory's first cousins. We had so much fun in the summers at their pool in Sandston. I spoke with Ann every now and again...the last time was when Lucille passed. Ann was a spitfire and always called me darlin'! She was a lovely person and was always so good to my father. I will never forget her voice and lively personality. Rest in Peace, Ann.

Lisa Flippen

September 20, 2020

Annie as some of us called her growing up was Such a wonderful funny lady. In her younger days she and my mother would take Trips to visit friends .She always would drive and she would keep my mother and myself laughing the whole way. She loved Corinth church and was an extremely dedicated person . I am so grateful she was a part of my life growing up.

Rhonda Nelson Payne

September 16, 2020

What a blessing to have Ann as a cousin and a friend! She was quite a character! When I was little I told her that she should marry Red Skelton! I thought they'd be the perfect match! And Ann was a wonderful Christian! She didn't have to preach; she lived The Word! I told her several times what an inspiration she had been to me in how she "walked the walk" of Christianity! There was no doubt to anyone who ever met her that she was a child of God! When you arrived in Heaven I'm sure there was a big celebration with all of your family members and friends who went before you. Annie, we're all going to miss you dearly, but we're so happy for you to finally be with Our Father in Heaven! I love you my Annie!

FranN Ambrose-Harrison

September 15, 2020

Ann you will always be remembered for you beautiful loving, kindness heart ❤️ I always enjoyed my many Christmas I spent with you and your family!! Christmas was always very special to you!! You will be missed by everyone that was lucky enough to know you!! 🙏😘


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