Anna “Mazie” Kern

April 25, 1929 - May 27, 2004

04/25/1929 - 05/27/2004

Past Services

Cemetery
Saturday May 29, 2004
McMechen Cemetery
McMehen, WV 26040
304-232-5867 L | Directions
Service
Saturday May 29, 2004
1:00 pm
Atlmeyer Funeral Home-Benwood-McMechen Chapel
214 Marshall St.
McMechen, WV 26040
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KERN, Anna

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BILL BARNETT
7 years ago

AUNT MAZIE’S HUMOR WILL ALWAYS BE MY FIRST MEMORY WHEN I THINK OF HER. HER ABILITY MAKE YOU LAUGH WAS A SPECIAL GIFT.

SHE ALSO HAD A SOFT SIDE, WHEN MY MOM DIED IT WAS A LONG HUG FROM AUNT MAZIE THAT MADE ME FEEL BETTER. WE DIDN’T SAY ANYTHING FOR A WHILE BUT THAT BIG HUG AND ALLOWING ME TO CRY WAS WHAT I NEEDED 27 YEARS AGO AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER FOR THAT MOMENT.

Nancy Jack
7 years ago

Barb, so sorry to see that your mom past. If you need to talk to any one please give me a call I’m in the phone book.

Lynette Prettyman Garnett
7 years ago

Bill,

Betty Lee and I extend to you at this time our special thoughts and prayers.

Your Cousins,

Betty Lee Prettyman McKimie

Lynette Prettyman Garnett

Mary Feist
7 years ago

Bill, you have my deepest sympthy

I will miss her bright & cheerful

smile.

You’ve lost someone very special and it’s going to take time to ease the sadness you’re feeling now

think of all the nice things about her it will help.

Kim
7 years ago

I did not know Mazie personally,but I have known her sonBill for years,and I know she had to be a good woman to have raised such a wonderful man.My prayers are with you and May God be with you all.

Bill
7 years ago

Mom:

Well, you’re at rest now. No more worrying and no more suffering.

We now know there was more going on than you were telling us, and maybe even more than you knew yourself. You always expressed frustration and worry that Dad would never say anything about his illnesses. Well, I think you may have “one upped” all of us this time. But that was you…worrying about everyone else right up until the end.

I want you to know that you are and always will be missed. It is still too early for me to fully appreciate your passing and the huge hole it is has created in my and in all our lives. Sometimes I wasn’t always the best at saying it or showing it, but I want you to know that I love you.

I also want you to know that I’ll be just fine. Your job now is to look out for Dad because I think he is going to find out in your death just how much you meant to him in life.

Till we meet again!

Your Loving Son

eileen nimmich
7 years ago

Some of my fondest childhood memories …sitting on the porch with you, late at night,having a grilled cheese sandwich Uncle Bill was working… going to Lake Erie for a summer vacation…. and your really good spaghetti sauce!

Holding you in my heart…wish I could be there today!

Love,

Eileen