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Ann Bryant Massey age 89, passed away Friday, February 17, 2017. Graveside services were held at 2PM Sunday, February 19, at Scenic Memorial Gardens with Rev. Billy Hargrove officiating.
Mrs. Massey was a native of Royston but had made her home in Milledgeville. She was preceded in death by her husband William S. Massey. She was a member of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her son William S. "Bill" Massey, Jr. and his wife Ellen B. Massey and her daughter Nancy Massey Weitzel and her husband David L. Weitzel, sister-in-law Elizabeth (Liggy) Bryant Hart; nephews, Phil Bryant, Joe Bryant, Bo Bryant and nieces, Kathy Bryant and Barbara Bryant Wilson.
The family would like to say thank you so much to their mother's caregivers who took care of her just like she was their own; Krystal Smith, Crissy Mashburn, Amanda Canty and Ruby Johnson. They were gifts from God and we can't thank them enough. Thank you to her special friend and neighbor Paige Sargent who was there for her and gave her care, love and support. Also to her neighbor and friend Regina Toulson, and to Mr. Billy Hargrove for being there for Mama the way he was for our Dad, the caring staff at Home Instead Senior Care, Amy Bailey for her support, and a very special thank you to Sarah, her nurse at Oconee Regional while she was in the Skilled Nursing Unit and to the whole staff at Hospice Care Options for being there to help us when we needed it most. When you feel like you are losing hope, these wonderful people come into your life and you realize that there are still loving, caring, and compassionate people left in this world. Thanks everyone so much and we will always have a special place in our hearts for all of you and only wish the very best for you and feel good knowing that you will also make a difference in other people's lives the way you did in ours.
Moores Funeral Home & Crematory had charge of arrangements.
Published on February 20, 2017
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