Ennis Ann Houston

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Ennis Houston, age 72. Sunrise December 24, 1947 and Sunset November 14, 2020.

PUBLIC VISITATION 11:00AM.

PRIVATE (TICKET REQUIRED) Visitation 1:00 PM Funeral 2:00 PM Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Please keep this family in your prayers while they write Mother Ennis’s obituary.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Sister Phyllis Robinson

    I met Sister Ann when I became a member at Temple of Compassion over 15 yrs. ago. I would see her get her praise on every Sunday. She loved to praise the Lord.

    Also, she was faithful, trustworthy, and dedicated to our Pastor Evangelist Patricia Turner.

  2. Dearest Wonda, we pray for your strength during this time of loss. Aunt Ann was a beautiful woman- inside and out, a cheerful giver and will be greatly missed. Words cannot express our sorrow for someone so dearly loved. You made your parents very proud and honored them until the end. For this, God will continue to bless and keep you. May you find comfort for your sorrows in knowing that they are together again and you will see them some day in paradise. I thank God for having you and your mother in our lives. She was a cheerful giver and we know she surely loved us just as we loved her. Please know that we love you and are always here for you.
    Love,
    Abiona & Family

  3. We saddened to learn about your family loss.
    In just a little while all of the pain and sorrow that we feel from the death of our love ones will cease and be replaced with joy, because the former things have passed away. With caring thoughts.

  4. We would like to send our prayers and condolences to Wonda and the rest of the family. To know Mrs. Houston is to love her. She was such a caring and sweet lady. Continue to trust in God and He will give you peace.

    Victor, Snook & Sissy

  5. So sorry for your loss. In our thoughts and prayers

  6. Ennis was a special friend when I worked at the Red Cross. She was full of life and smiles, and she always had a kind word for all. She will be missed by many, but forever in our hearts.

  7. Sorry for your loss know Ennis Ann Went to School with her inAthens Alabama

  8. Sister Ann, as I called her, was a very special person and friend. She will be missed dearly. We attended The Temple of Compassion together. I will keep you and family in my heart and prayers.

  9. Ms. Ennis was lovely! I often requested that she “stick” me when donating blood as she had the best touch. So sorry for your loss.

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