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Anna Stoudt

August 27, 1934 — December 25, 2020

Anna Mae (Simmons) Stoudt, 86 of Coopersburg stepped into heaven on Christmas morning, December 25, 2020 from the Saucon Manor of Hellertown, where she was cared for lovingly by staff and Family Pillars Hospice. She was the beloved wife of LeRoy Stoudt, She was preceded in death by her son, Jeffrey Stoudt, and her brothers Richard, George, and John Simmons. She is survived by her husband, LeRoy, children Ken and Myra (Young) Stoudt, Coopersburg and Jeremy and April (Ford) Stoudt, Perkiomenville; grandchildren Rachel (Peter) Kalbach, Red Hill; Maggie, Ellie, Ava, Isaiah, and Max Stoudt, Perkiomenville; and great-grandchildren Madison, Kendra, Haley, Alexis and Jocelyn; as well as a sister Dorothy (Simmons) Gehman and sisters-in-law Rosie and Gladys Simmons. Born August 27,1934 in Washington Township, Berks County to John and Mary (Gentzler) Simmons, she attended Hereford Mennonite Church in her early life. She moved to Philadelphia with her husband and worked as a secretary at Nanette Manufacturing, then later to Feasterville where they began their family and helped to plant Good Samaritan Mennonite Church. The family bought "a home in the country" and settled into community life in Coopersburg and became active members at East Swamp Church, Quakertown. Ann, as she was known by most, was a friendly, quiet, hard-working wife and mother, encouraging grandmother, excellent cook and green-thumb gardener. She loved to travel with her husband and in every site they visited she enjoyed the botanical gardens. She taught children's Sunday School, worked at Auckland's Road Stand Garden Center, was active in the Southern Lehigh Countryside Garden Club, Crisis Pregnancy Care, and served in the Sunshine Club hospitality and visitation ministry at East Swamp Church. Her smile will be missed by many. A private family graveside service is planned for Sunday, January 3 at East Swamp Church Cemetery, Quakertown with a memorial service for friends and family to be held in the spring. If desired, you may make a memorial contribution to the Missionary Fund at East Swamp Church, 2405 East Swamp Rd., Quakertown, PA 18951 or Alzheimers Disease Research, 22512 Gateway Center Drive PO Box 1950, Clarksburg MD 20871-1950 online: https://www.brightfocus.org/donate www.nauglefcs.com.

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East Swamp Cemetery
2405 E Swamp Rd.
Quakertown, PA 18951
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