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December 22, 1941 ~ May 1, 2022 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Mrs. Willie Bell Anderson, age 80, of Ozark, Alabama passed away Sunday, May 1, 2022.
Public visitation will be held on Friday, May 6, 2022 from 4 to 6PM at the Funeral Home.
Funeral service for Mrs. Anderson will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2022 at Southside Church of Christ; 212 Ellis Street, Enterprise, Alabama 36330 with burial immediately following at Lilly Hill Baptist Church Cemetery; 92 County Road 4433, Brundidge, Alabama 36010 under the direction of the caring staff of Scott's Chapel Hill Mortuary "Because We Care".
Our beautiful Mom, Willie Bell Mincy Anderson a.k.a. (Bell), graced this earth December 22, 1941. She was the 16th blessing to her mother, the late Mildred Bell Chambers Mincy and her father, the late Eli Mincy.
Our Mom/Madea worked many years as a waitress at the Fort Rucker Officers Club. Later in her adult life, she was baptized at the Southside Church of Christ in Enterprise, Al.
Our Mom was preceded in death by her husband, Arlonzo Anderson and one son, Ronnie McCray.
Our loving Madea/Momma to us...her children; our beautiful mom closed her eyes to bask in peaceful sleep on May 1, 2022.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories, her children: Gloria D. Fleming (Athon), Dothan, Alabama, Alvester Anderson, Enterprise, Alabama, Micheal Anderson (Kathy), Nashville, Tennessee, Michelle Knight (William), Daleville, Alabama, Andria McCray, and Letitia Anderson, Daleville, Alabama; fourteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren; also she left behind one sister: Margaret Newsome, Enterprise, Alabama and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. She also had two special sisters in Christ, Mae Newman, Charlene Thomas and her much beloved church family of the Southside Church of Christ, in Enterprise, Alabama.
We will never forget all those early Saturday mornings about 7:00 AM cleaning the entire house which by the way, was never “Dirty”. But the great reward was “Sunday Dinner!” Our Mom by far could work her magic on collards and fried salmon in the tri-state . If you had ever sat at our Momma’s table on Sunday, you would agree.