ANNA MARY KEYSER MIERNIK

March 21, 1928 - December 30, 2004

03/21/1928 - 12/30/2004

Past Services

Visitation
Sunday January 02, 2005
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home - Shadyside
3900 Central Ave.
Shadyside, OH 43947
740-676-4310 | Directions
Additional Information:

EASTERN STAR SERVICES
7 PM SUNDAY

Cemetery
Monday January 03, 2005
Holly Memorial Gardens
P.O. Box 36
Colerain, OH 43916
740-546-3351 Jo | Directions
Service
Monday January 03, 2005
10:00 am
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home - Shadyside
3900 Central Ave.
Shadyside, OH 43947
740-676-4310 | Directions
Visitation
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home - Shadyside
3900 Central Ave.
Shadyside, OH 43947
740-676-4310 | Directions
Additional Information:

EASTERN STAR SERVICES
7 PM SUNDAY

ANNA MARY KEYSER MIERNIK 86 OF SHADYSIDE, OHIO DIED THURSDAY DECEMBER 30, 2004 IN THE SHADYSIDE CARE CENTER.

SHE WAS BORN MARCH 21, 1918 IN BELLAIRE A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CLARENCE AND MARY KENNEDY PEDDICORD.

ANNA WAS RETIRED FROM THE SHADYSIDE SCHOOL SYSTEM.

SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE LINCOLN AVENUE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, THE WEYER CHAPTER 515 OES, CENTERVILLE, WHITE SHRINE, EAGLES LADIES AUXILIARY, BELLAIRE AND AMERICAN LEGION OF SHADYSIDE.

IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS, ANNA WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER FIRST HUSBAND WILLIAM M. KEYSER IN 1975; ONE SON, WILLIAM M. KEYSER, JR. AND TWO SISTERS DOROTHY MERKERT AND EDNA MORGAN.

SURVIVING ARE HER HUSBAND HENRY MIERNIK OF SHADYSIDE, ONE SON, DAVID KEYSER OF KILLEEN, TEXAS; TWO STEP DAUGHTERS, PHYLLIS CHAMBERS OF LANCASTER, OHIO AND DOROTHY BUSACK OF BELLAIRE, OHIO; ONE BROTHER, BILL PEDDICORD OF HUNTINGTON, WV; ONE SISTER LAURA VOLLEMAN OF TILTON, GEORGIA; EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN AND FIVE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.

FRIENDS WILL BE RECEIVED ON SUNDAY JANUARY 2, 2005 AT THE BAUKNECHT-ALTMEYER FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY 3900 CENTRAL AVENUE SHADYSIDE, OHIO FROM 6 TO 8 PM.

SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY AT 10 AM WITH REVEREND DONALD PERKS OFFICIATING.

BURIAL WILL FOLLOW IN HOLLY MEMORIAL GARDENS, PLEASANT GROVE, OHIO.

EASTERN STAR SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY AT 7 PM IN THE FUNERAL HOME.

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beverly mcvay musilli
7 years ago

Anna Mary was a kind gentle soul. As a young girl I always remembered her smile. I always admired her for the way she looked after Mrs. Keyser as she grew older. My deepest sympathy to David, Bunny and to Mr. Miernik.

Michael T. Adams
7 years ago

Anna Mary was my second mother, as I was growing up. I always got to go her place before Friday night football games to change, and Mrs. Keyser had both of us downstairs for supper. She was always so special to me, and we kept in touch after I moved to Dallas, Texas. I always asked my mother, Sharlet Long how Anna Mary is doing at the nursing home, and I could not imagine the energetic Anna Mary Keyser in the nursing home. I know Henry already misses her, and so do we. Henry and David, you are in my prayers.

Michael T. Adams Sharlet’s son

Theresa
7 years ago

I only knew “Grandma Mary” for a short time, as I was fortunate enough to marry into the family. I married her grandson Michael, son of her son, David R. Keyser,Sr. She was a very strong soul, very loving and kind and showed a strong affection for all her dear family and friends. For the short time I knew her it was learning to be happy and to keep smiling. I never saw her sad. She is and was a great woman and to her I am thankful for my wonderful father-in-law who has become like a father to me. Thank you Grandma Mary for all the lives you touched, including mine and thank you for my “Dad” — Theresa