Anna Fay Clay

Anna Fay Clay

Ms. Anna Fay Magness Clay, daughter of the late Mr. Magness and Ms. Eunice Jones, was born in Columbus, Kentucky on April 30, 1941.Anna Clay later moved to Indianapolis, Indiana where she completed her education and graduated from Arsenal Technical High School.Mrs. Clay was united in Holy Matrimony to James Leonard Clay who preceded her in death in November of 1985. She was also preceded in death by her three sisters, Ruth, Willie May and Ada Virginia and four brothers, Alton, Omer Lee, James Eunice and Howard Magness.Anna was a long time employee of Crossroads Rehabilitation and later retired from Bosma Industries as an assembly line manager.Ms. Anna Fay Clay departed this earth and was called home to rest on Friday, August 15, 2008 at the age of sixty-seven years and four months.She leaves to cherish her sweet memories her daughter, Jayme Elizabeth Clay; son, Darrow Leonard Clay; daughter-in-law, Anesha Daniel Clay; brother, Bobbie Magness; five grandchildren, Darrow L. Clay Jr., Devon Clay, Jory T. Thomas, Anthony D. McClury III and Tyina Allen; a host of nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins, in-laws, friends and a close and dear friend, Wilbert Gregory Wiggins. Visitation:Friday, August 22, 200812:00Noon - 1:00 pmLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceService:Friday, August 22, 20081:00 pmLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceBurial:Sutherland Park Cemetery

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Ms. Anna Fay Magness Clay, daughter of the late Mr. Magness and Ms. Eunice Jones, was born in Columbus, Kentucky on April 30, 1941.Anna Clay later moved to Indianapolis, Indiana where she completed her education and graduated from Arsenal Technical High School.Mrs. Clay was united in Holy Matrimony to James Leonard Clay who preceded her in death in November of 1985. She was also preceded in death by her three sisters, Ruth, Willie May and Ada Virginia and four brothers, Alton, Omer Lee, James Eunice and Howard Magness.Anna was a long time employee of Crossroads Rehabilitation and later retired from Bosma Industries as an assembly line manager.Ms. Anna Fay Clay departed this earth and was called home to rest on Friday, August 15, 2008 at the age of sixty-seven years and four months.She leaves to cherish her sweet memories her daughter, Jayme Elizabeth Clay; son, Darrow Leonard Clay; daughter-in-law, Anesha Daniel Clay; brother, Bobbie Magness; five grandchildren, Darrow L. Clay Jr., Devon Clay, Jory T. Thomas, Anthony D. McClury III and Tyina Allen; a host of nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins, in-laws, friends and a close and dear friend, Wilbert Gregory Wiggins. Visitation:Friday, August 22, 200812:00Noon - 1:00 pmLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceService:Friday, August 22, 20081:00 pmLavenia, Smith & SummersChapel of PeaceBurial:Sutherland Park Cemetery

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