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Carol (Daugherty) Belval
Aunt Annie was such a force! She and her sisters formed the basis of so many of my early childhood memories. Each Aunt was so very special in their own way. Aunt Annie was the one who made us laugh the hardest. Every time. But the magic really happened when they were all together and we cousins were under their spell. What joy and laughter to be with them. And what sorrow to be without them all now. Aunt Annie and her sisters and brother will be missed by us all.I hope they’re all enjoying a good laugh together again. My deepest sympathies to you, Steve and Barb.
I was lucky enough to meet Mrs. Duba when her daughter Barb and I became friends in 4th grade. She was always welcoming. Mrs. Duba and her husband raised two wonderful children who loved her immensely. My condolences go out to Barb and Steve and the rest of the family.
When I think of Aunt Annie I see that big beautiful smile. I’m also reminded of how loving and caring she was. I’m so sorry for your loss. I know all you guys will miss her terribly.
Dorothea G. Duba
I've known Annie ever since Charlie's brother Don and I were a couple and I was an accepted as a member of the family. I enjoyed Annie's friendship for all of these years and will miss her very much. and then got married. I was very happy to
Aunt Annie was always put together as a classy lady, every hair was always in place. She made us laugh and her smile was infectious. Love to you, great lady and your family who will miss her!!
She was everyone's favorite aunt! So much fun! Her zest for life was infectious. What a great lady and a great life well lived. Condolences to the whole clan
I will always remember Aunt Annie as fun, loving and the quintessential aunt. May she Rest In Peace. All my love to you Barb and Steve.
Anna Marie Duba
Anna Marie Duba, age 97, of Atlantic Beach, FL, died August 30, 2021, at Fleet Landing. She came to Atlantic Beach November 18, 2004, from Belleair, FL.
Mrs. Duba was born in St. Louis, MO on March 30, 1924 to Lucy Mae and Charles O. Daugherty.
She was a veteran of the U. S. Army having served during World War II, and a member of Neptune Baptist Church. She and her husband, Charlie were the first husband and wife volunteers for Hunter Blood Center in Clearwater, FL.
Survivors include her dear children: Stephen C. Duba and his wife, Marcella, Fernandina Beach, FL, and Barbara Foy and her husband, Mike, Beaufort, S.C.; six wonderful grandchildren: Stephen C. Duba Jr. and his wife, Kristine; Sean M. Foy and his wife, Michele; Timothy G. Duba and his wife, Megan; Colin C. Foy and his wife, Aubrey; Marcella A. (Duba) Hanlon and her husband, Jim; and Katherine M. (Duba) Dorsey, and her husband, Kyle, and nine great grandchildren. Mrs. Duba is predeceased by her husband, Charles E. Duba Jr.; sisters, Ola M. Kincaid, Venita B. Furgerson, and Berta Daugherty, and her brother, Jack Daugherty.
Funeral services for Mrs. Duba will be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday, September 2, 2021 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard.
Mrs. Duba will be interred alongside her husband at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell.
Memorials may be made in her name to Boy’s Town, PO Box 8000, Boys Town, Nebraska 68010 www.boystown.org or Community Hospice of N.E. Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32257 www.communityhospice.com