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Anna Link

Anna B. Link (Wells)

Tuesday January 18, 1921 - Wednesday March 25, 2020
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Anna B. Link, 99, widow of Pete Link, died Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at Bourbon Heights Nursing Home. She was born January 18, 1921 in Paris, daughter of the late Harry Bennett and Ida Lee Carter Wells. Anna B. attended North Middletown School, was a member of First Baptist Church-Paris, and had worked as a nurse’s aide at Central Baptist Hospital, TB Hospital, and Eastern State Hospital.

She is survived by two daughters, Shirley Link Tackett, Paris, Virginia (David) Lloyd, Versailles; a son, Larry Henry (Janice) Link, Fort Worth, Texas; seven grandchildren, Lisa Fagaly, Paris, Billy Buckler, Paris, Christopher Buckler, Paris, Susan (Bob) Dyas, Dublin, Ohio, Curtis (Shelly) Lloyd, Versailles, Anthony (Jennifer) Link, Texas, Patrick (Andrea) Link, Texas; three step-grandchildren, David ( Elizabeth) Lloyd II, Lawrenceburg, Linda Reynolds, Paris, James McIntyre, Paris; three sisters, Ruby Linville, Nina (Donald) McClain, Margaret King; several great grandchildren; and several great, great grandchildren. Anna was preceded in death by two sons, Peter Lynn Link, Jerry Franklin Link; two sisters, Ethel Blake, Stella Browning; and five brothers, Lindbergh Wells, Marvin Wells, Harry Wells, Elmer Wells, and Marion Wells Sr.

A private funeral service for immediate family only will be held at Hinton-Turner Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to First Baptist Church, 919 Pleasant Street, Paris, KY 40361.
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    Location
    Hinton-Turner Funeral Home
    Address
    526 Pleasant Street
    PARIS, KY 40361
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    Officiant
    Rev. Don Reed
  • Interment

    Location
    Paris Cemetery
    Address
    1603 South Main Street
    PARIS, KY 40361
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Carolyn Shields

Posted at 11:54am
I am so sorry! My heart aches with you. I so loved visiting with Ms. Anna B.; I always came away blessed! She was one sweet lady!! Carolyn.shields1944@gmail.com
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Karen Plouvier Hinkle

Posted at 07:31pm
i worked with Anna at the TB hospital in the 1970's. And discovered during that time that she grew up knowing my in-laws and many of my husband's family. i enjoyed times later when I would bump into her when i was back in Paris. She was always in great spirits and cheerful. She was a pleasure to know. my sincere sympathy to all the family,
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Cheryl Land

Posted at 08:22am
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends during this difficult time! Hugs 🤗
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