Annie S. Nanney

Born: Sun., Nov. 6, 1932
Died: Sat., Apr. 11, 2020


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Annie S. Nanney born November 6, 1932,  in Hampton County SC, died peacefully in her home in Springdale, SC on Saturday, April 11. Daughter of Kirby and Cherry Smith, she was the widow of Alvis R. Nanney Sr. Due to the current Healthcare restrictions, the immediate family will inter her on Monday April 13 at Southland Memorial Gardens and a Memorial Service is tentatively planned for all friends and family at Westside Baptist Church for June 13, 2020. Full obituary and announcements will be made at that time.

Moseley Funeral Home-West Columbia SC is handling the arrangements. Memorials made be made to Lighthouse Hospice, National Breast Cancer Foundation and Westside Baptist Church-West Columbia, SC

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Becky Kumar
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
Ray, Wayne, and Brian,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this difficult time. We will miss your Mama. She was such a sweet lady.

Becky and Pradeep

Melissa Sprouse Browne
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of Mrs. Annie. She was a wonderful woman who always knew how to take charge. I have enjoyed spending many hours with the Nanney family and send my deepest condolences.

Neil Derrick
   Posted Sun June 07, 2020
I had the privilege of working for Annie Nanney at the Buget and Control Bd when I was a student at USC. I always had the utmost respect for her. She was a great Lady. She is celebrating in Heaven now. Praying for her family. Neil Derrick

Roland Smith
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
My sister whom I loved very much is now in the presence of Our God and Son the Lord Jesus Christ. My condolences to my nephews and their families as they celebrate her life with memories on Jun 13. Because of my health issues and the COVID 19 virus, I am heartbroken that my wife and I cannot attend. I have a lifetime of memories from our childhood; I'll use those to keep Annie in my mind. Our love to Ray and Merri, Wayne and Melanie, and Brian and Lischer.

Virginia (Gin) & Bill Plemmons
   Posted Wed June 10, 2020
In loving memory of my sister and "other Mother". So many great memories: Growing up in Scotia, living and working in Savannah, our double wedding, and so many family events. Gin & Bill

Frank Caggiano
   Posted Fri June 12, 2020
I have learned of and am deeply saddened by the passing of Annie. I had the privilege of working with Annie during her tenure at the Office of Legislative Printing and I cannot remember a more beloved soul.

Annie will be remembered every day just as she was loved and admired every day by the people whose lives she touched.

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