Anna Joyce Price (nee English)

February 22, 1933 – February 27, 2022
It is with great sadness to announce the passing of our Mom & Granny who passed away surrounded by 4 generations of loved ones.
Our Mom was born in a cabin at the bottom of A&P hill near Williams Lake BC where her family resided at the time. She was the youngest born to Garnet English & Margaret Tresierra, and was a granddaughter of Pablo Tresierra & Hortense Isnardy (known as Pevine Granny). Anna was a granddaughter of Lottie Johnny of Anaham, and a granddaughter of Julienne Willematkwa of Lillooet area.
Anna was one of ten children, who are all predeceased, ending a generation line.
Anna and Kenny Price: together they had nine children, James, Kenny (predeceased) Debbie, Randy, Linda, Sandra (predeceased), Kelly, Timmy (predeceased), Danny, many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
Anna worked at B.C. Tel for many years, and made some lifelong friends with “the girls at the telephone office”, as she would fondly call them.
In her retirement years, Anna loved her bus tours to Las Vegas, Laughlin, and Reno with her sister Irene Pierce.
Anna was very loved by her grandchildren who adored her, and is going to be missed immensely by so many friends and family.
In recent years her joy was going for countryside drives with her son’s Kelly, Randy & daughter Debbie, and other family. They loved looking for bluebirds and rejoiced at the first sign of them. Also, looking for mushrooms, and all the wildlife the country offers, drives to the farmers markets everywhere were the pastime enjoyment, and meeting and greeting many friends and family along the drives.
In the last years of Anna’s life she was cared for at home by her loving son and daughter Debbie and Kelly, and other family.
A funeral service will be held as soon as arrangements can be made, and will be announced on Anna English’s Facebook page (managed by her son), so please check in there.
We thank you all for your love and prayers for our family. Obituary

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