Annie L. Keith

Birmingham, Alabama

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To the family of Ms. Keith, my name is Fannie Rice, your mom was a long time of mine at H&R Block for many years, she was supposed to see me on April 10th and when she keep her appointment and I couldn't contact her, my spirit knew that something was wrong, she was always very prompt and loyal, I certainly will miss her, I know that it's late but I only found out about her passing on April 12th and if there's anything I can do please let me know, if you need to file her last tax return, I...

I will never forget the special love we had for each other. She was a Mother to me and my kids. I loved her like she was my Mother. She will always be remember as a sweet and loving lady.

Sorry for your loss! My sincere prayers and thoughts are with you.

Our prayers of comfort, peace, and strength to the Keith Family. May God continually uplift your hearts as you mourn the death Ann.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

To the Keith family words cannot express the love and smiles she gave to me and others. She touched me with her beautiful personality and concerns for people she was always an angel. God be you all. I'll always love her. Love always Annie Montgomery

Condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Keith. THe student body of Brighton high School Class of 1984 would like to extend our deepest sympathy. Not knowing her personally but through her husband (Robert Keith AKA Coach Keith).

The Joy of the Lord is our strength! May you find joy and strength as you remember times shared. Our prayers are with you! Our love to family! In Jesus Christ Name!

God bless and keep Mrs. Keith. Our most sincere condolences to the entire Keith Family.


Annie's Obituary

Annie Luvenia Keith of Hueytown, AL passed away on Sept. 30, 2017. Survivors include two sons: Roderick (Sandra) Keith Nashville, TN, Adrian Keith Sunnyvale, CA, Three sisters and three grandchildren. Services will be held at New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church of Hueytown at 1:00 pm. Rev. Charles R....

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