Anna Deaver Obituary, One Dead In Caring Bridge Car Accident
Anna Deaver Obituary, Death Cause – Anna Thomas passed away on April 5, 2023, in her home in Caring Bridge, which was the location at which she had spent each and every day of her life up until the moment that she passed away.
She is survived by her nephew, Warner D. Williams (Charlotte), of Newport News, and his daughter, Meggan Williams, of Glen Allen; her cousins, Emily Sherill (John Carol) Bohannon, Mary Kathryn Diggs, Janet (Ken) Parsons, Rebecca Enos, Sara Enos Brown, and Margaret Steere; and special friends, Nellie Turpin, Dianna Parker, Kathryn Freeman, Joyce Clark, and Gail McKinley. During this difficult time, her family would like to take this opportunity to express their gratitude to all of her caregivers, as well as the staff members at VCU House Calls and Hospice of Virginia, for the assistance that they have offered.
Her home was where she had spent every day of her life. Ever since she had left, she had been sleeping in the loving embrace of God ever since she had left, and while she was there, she had discovered that she was quite satisfied with the circumstance that she was in. Since that time, she had been sleeping in the loving embrace of God ever since she had left.
Before Anna was even conceived, her mother’s parents, Jim and Celia Thomas, as well as her father’s parents, Jim and Celia Thomas, as well as her sister and brother-in-law, Margaret and James Williams, as well as her husband, Captain Henry C. “Dee” Deaver Jr., had all already moved away. In addition, Anna’s paternal grandparents, Jim and Celia Thomas, had already moved out long before she was ever conceived.