In memory of
Anna Mayo
In memory of
Anna Mayo
Anna Mae Brosing died peacefully on October 16, 2020 at her home in Trussville Alabama. She was born May 22, 1924 to Curtis Kelly Brosing and Beatrice Mae Brosing in Sedalia, Missouri. She is predeceased by her husband, Lt. Colonel Lewis C. Mayo, Jr. (Ret.) United States Air Force; daughter, Anne Mayo Henderson; and sister, Frances Brosing Crawford. She is survived by her daughter, Louise C. Mayo Wood (Jack) of Trussville, Alabama and her sister, Helen Brosing Zoerb (Seattle Washington), a cousin, and several nieces and nephews. One of her proudest achievements was, in her words, being married to the United States Air Force. Lt. Colonel Mayo's career took them and their daughters to nineteen bases in Okinawa, England, and across the United States. Another achievement of which she was so proud and thankful, was being the blessed mother of two strong, smart, and beautiful daughters. She served faithfully in many capacities as a member of the parish of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Trussville, Alabama. As the "church mouse", she edited the eight page church bulletin for many years, as well as other church publications even past her 96th birthday. She was greatly loved and admired for her remarkable wit, integrity, wisdom, independent spirit, patriotic devotion, generous nature, and mentorship to many. Her strong faith allowed her to approach life with hope and grace.
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Ridout's Trussville Chapel
1500 Gadsden Hwy
Birmingham, AL 35235
In memory of
Anna Mayo
Anna Mae Brosing died peacefully on October 16, 2020 at her home in Trussville Alabama. She was born May 22, 1924 to Curtis Kelly Brosing and Beatrice Mae Brosing in Sedalia, Missouri. She is predeceased by her husband, Lt. Colonel Lewis C. Mayo, Jr. (Ret.) United States Air Force; daughter, Anne Mayo Henderson; and sister, Frances Brosing Crawford. She is survived by her daughter, Louise C. Mayo Wood (Jack) of Trussville, Alabama and her sister, Helen Brosing Zoerb (Seattle Washington), a cousin, and several nieces and nephews. One of her proudest achievements was, in her words, being married to the United States Air Force. Lt. Colonel Mayo's career took them and their daughters to nineteen bases in Okinawa, England, and across the United States. Another achievement of which she was so proud and thankful, was being the blessed mother of two strong, smart, and beautiful daughters. She served faithfully in many capacities as a member of the parish of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Trussville, Alabama. As the "church mouse", she edited the eight page church bulletin for many years, as well as other church publications even past her 96th birthday. She was greatly loved and admired for her remarkable wit, integrity, wisdom, independent spirit, patriotic devotion, generous nature, and mentorship to many. Her strong faith allowed her to approach life with hope and grace.
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Services Provided By
Ridout's Trussville Chapel
1500 Gadsden Hwy
Birmingham, AL 35235
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