Anna Clay passed away unexpectedly on May 10, 2022 at the age of 67, after complications with her heart. Born to Clay Glenn and Fannie Baker (both deceased) on February 17, 1955 in Orangeburg, SC.
At the early age, Anna moved to Aynor, SC where she attended Aynor High School upon getting married to the late Jack Keith, Sr., Georgetown, SC and having children.
Anna was preceded in death by two sisters: Ruthie Boneaparte and Fannie Charles and her brother and best friend, the late Clay Glenn, Jr.
Anna leaves to carry on her legacy three sons, Jack (Chirlene) Keith, Jr, Kenya (Nina) Keith and Robert Keith, II; one daughter, Latangler Keith all of Conway, SC; sixteen grandchildren, whom were the joys of her life: Jacquir, Jacob, Jackson, Nevaeh, Jack III, Destiny, Miracle, Harmony, KJ, Robert III, Kenya, Jamaria and DJ; Anna's honorary grandchildren: Joshua Eaddy, Destiny Ford and Daria Hemingway and her first great grand is expected in September. Anna leaves behind 3 brothers: Lewis Glenn of DC, Otis Glenn of Florida, Allen Glenn of SC; one sister, Linda Parker of SC along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and dear friends.
Special friends: Ms. Ann Graves, Ms. Edna, Ms. Nancy Baker, Mrs. Eva Lee, Ms. Barbara Jean, Ms. Seannie and Ms. Veannie are Anna's sisters-in-law that she loved dearly.
All Anna's family and friends were special to her in one way or another.
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