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Ann Williams Currin

 

Ann Williams Currin, 68, a longtime resident of Granville County passed away Thursday, December 3, 2020 at Granville Medical Center.

She was born in Granville County on November 25, 1952 to the late Dudley Bonitz Williams, Sr. and Lucy Aronstead King. She was a member of Oxford Presbyterian Church and worked as a nursing assistant for many years.

Private Graveside services will be held Saturday will be held at 11:30 AM Saturday, December 5, 2020.

She leaves to cherish her memory a daughter, Lucy Ann Currin of Sunset Beach; two granddaughters, Ashton Taylor Dunn of Sunset Beach, Mia Skyler Scott of Argyle, Texas; a twin brother, Alex A. Williams of Kill Devil Hills and a brother Dudley B. Williams, Jr. of Virginia Beach, Virginia; two nephews, Bonn Williams of Oxford, Zackery Williams of Vermont and a niece Stephanie W. Guanzini of Wilmington. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Samuel “Sam” Currin.

In lieu of Flowers, memorials may be made to Oxford Presbyterian Church, 121 Gilliam St. Oxford, NC 27565.

10 Comments

  • Linda Ann Munn Posted December 4, 2020 10:50 pm

    My sympathy to Ann’s family. She was a sweet person.

  • Fred Heath Posted December 4, 2020 11:40 pm

    I am going to miss her very much ❤️ my going in to our OPC and seeing her sitting telling me good morning. I’ll miss that.❤️Ann RIP

  • Gail Warren Posted December 5, 2020 12:02 am

    Ann was such a sweet kind person. I feel very fortunate to have had the pleasure of knowing her for many years.

  • Marie Hobgood Posted December 5, 2020 11:25 am

    Ann was such a sweet, good-hearted person and a good friend. I will miss her.

  • Pam kershaw Posted December 5, 2020 7:39 pm

    Ann was my sweet cousin. We had tons of wonderful memories with our families. Easter egg hunts and Christmas at my grandparents with all of the family around. My grandmother and Ann’s mother Lucy were sisters. We would spend weeks together at my grandparents house in the summer. Me, Ann, Alex and my brother Skeeter. We built houses out of tobacco sticks all over the yard and blanket tents in the living room. We had a very wonderful and loving childhood. Ann came to Henderson and lived with me and my young daughter,Karen when we were in our early twenties. I moved away and we didn’t get to see each other often. We talked on the phone sometimes but now I realize it was never enough. Be sure to call your loved ones often to remind them of how much they mean to you. Sending all my love to the family.

  • Ben Currin Posted December 9, 2020 2:24 am

    Prayers go out to all of the family & friends of Ann. Growing up in Oxford, I knew the Williams family well, and was good friends with Dudley, Alex, & Ann. RIP!!!!

  • Manie Currin Posted December 13, 2020 4:22 am

    I knew when she was in high school, and I worked for NC STATE UNIVERSITY Extension Service, Just up the street from her parents’ dry cleaners. I would stop by at lunchtime or after work just to say “hello” to her lovely family. Miss Lucy was a sweetheart. too. After changing professions and going back to school for another degree, I have found myself working all over the State except in Granville County. I lost contact with a lot of wonderful people. Ann was one of those regretfully! May the family find comfort in remembering the great person that she was.💗🙏

  • Carolyn Steger Posted December 14, 2020 4:09 pm

    Sorry to have to say goodbye to Ann, but glad she is spared future suffering from the great stress of having to deal with her illness. I am so glad to have had a chance to know her.

  • Donna W. Currin Posted December 15, 2020 3:07 am

    I’m so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. We were close when we were children. She had a good heart and was easy to get along with. My condolences to Alex, her twin brother and her daughter and grandchildren. May she rest in peace.

  • Mia Scott Posted January 15, 2021 12:26 am

    To say she was a grandma is the least you can say. She was a true believer and no one I would’ve rather called my nana. She was the sweetest and had the most pure heart. Nana had the most giddy laugh and she had a heart for anyone she met. It’s been over a month without you and I already miss you so much. Love you always.

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