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Anna Lois Isaacs

January 17, 1949 — September 17, 2021

Anna Lois Isaacs

Anna Lois Mayes Isaacs passed peacefully with family by her side at home on September 17, 2021. Anna was born in Orange Texas to Dan W. Mayes SR. and Ida E. Mayes

As a child Anna was raised in Mission, Tx and graduated from Kingsville High School in 1967. In 1968 Anna and family moved to Liberty, Tx where she began her own family and resided in Liberty until 1994.
January 19, 1994, Anna married her soul mate and love of her life James M Isaacs and they made Huffman their home and has lived in Huffman ever since.

Anna loved serving the community as she started her career at the Liberty County extension office then became an amazing dispatcher for Liberty PD, Dayton PD and Humble PD. Anna retired from Miller Transport after being the Terminal Office Clerk for 13 years.

At a very young age, Anna began to attend church through the invitation of a neighbor. Following her salvation and Baptism in the Holy Spirit she became faithful to God and His church. Wherever she went she quickly searched out the local Assemblies of God church, became part of the congregation and became a very active member. Much of her work was behind the scenes as she was always willing to see the need and to fill it. She worked as a Children's church director, Sunday School superintendent, church secretary and whatever else needed to be done. Faithful, loving, caring, and serving are words that best describe her active work in God's Kingdom. Now she gets to hear her Savior say, " Well done thou good and faithful servant".

Anna's hobbies were baking and decorating. She absolutely loved making wedding cakes and cupcakes and truly enjoyed baking with her granddaughter Stacie. Anna loved to volunteer for her church events and loved volunteering at the Huffman Mays Community Center for over 10 years and enjoyed taking her granddaughter Stacie to volunteer with her for luncheons and to play darts at the Mays community Center. Anna spent her relaxing time crafting, watching her birds outside her huge window, reading the Bible and numerous other books.

Proceeded in death by:
Father: Dan W. Mayes SR

Survived by
Husband: Jim M Isaacs of Huffman, TX
Mother: Ida E Mayes of Liberty, Tx
2 Children: Son, Larry Welch and wife Angel Welch of Huffman, TX, Daughter Paula Batts and husband Mike Batts of Huffman, TX
2 Brother: Dan W. Mayes Jr and wife Dorothy Mayes of Liberty, Tx, Reverend Frank Mayes and wife Lois of Springfield, MO.
8 Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren, Numerous Nieces, Nephews, and amazing friends.

Memorial of Remembrance will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, September 25, 2021 at First Assembly of God in Dayton, Texas.
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