Ann B. Sayers
August 22, 1932 – June 2, 2018
Ann Brooks Sayers, of Sylacauga, age 85 passed away June 2, 2018. She is survived her sons: Michael Sayers (Suzanne), Wayne Sayers (Nancy), and Kerry Sayers (Leigh), daughter, Cassie Salter (Alan), sister, Vickie Smith, nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and two dogs. Funeral services will be Wednesday June 6, 2018 at 11am at Curtis and Son North Chapel, with Visitation Tuesday evening from 5pm until 8pm. Burial will be in Oldfield Methodist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request donation to be made to Oldfield Methodist Church. Curtis and Son North Chapel to direct.
- Visitation Tuesday, June 5, 2018
- Funeral Service Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Ann B. Sayers
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June 5, 2018
I will never forget the many years we carpooled to work with Ann to Protective. Those were great memories and have missed them since the day she retired. We drove through storms, snow, ice, flooding and made detours to Office Park and Grandview and for a brief time shuttled from Brookwood. The one day I remember vividly was 9-11-01. We were driving to work and not only was that morning horrible and emotional for obvious reasons, it was also a sad day for her because she received the call that her brother passed away that same morning. I have seen her many times since then at good ole Walmart as she was driving around in the scooter and I would ask if she drove their by herself and she would laugh and say "yes" but don't tell anyone because she wasn't supposed to be driving. We would just laugh and talk and catch up on everything going on in our lives. She was a great lady and I will never forget her.
Cindy Creel Daniel
June 4, 2018
Miss Ann holds a very special place in my heart. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of spending family vacations with her family at Lake Martin. Wayne, Kerry, Cassie, and Michael seemed more like cousins than friends. We had wonderful times swimming, skiing, and of course Kerry had to fish. Miss Ann rounded us up, kept us straight, and loved us all to pieces.