Harvey, Anna Mae Age 90 - Jan 30, 2016 Of Council Bluffs. Anna Mae passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family, and without a doubt there's a joyful celebration in Heaven as she is reunited with her husband of 62 years, Keith. Anna Mae's life was dedicated to serving the Lord, as Keith was a full-time minister. She was one of God's humble servants who manifested His love through her constant generosity and loving, cheerful spirit. She was extremely active in her church - teaching Sunday school, participating in choir and music activities, working at youth camps and leading an older adult worship group. Anna Mae touched so many lives, and was loved by people she met from all over the U.S., Canada, England, Wales, and Europe, where she lived and traveled. She enjoyed being around others, was constantly smiling, and her giggle was infectious. Anna Mae was born to S.M. Newman and Helen (Morse) Newman. She is survived by her children, Keila (Chris) Prost, Ronda (Wally) Harvey-Shaheen, and Gary (Dana) Harvey; grandchildren, Ryan (Cassie) Mumm, Trevor (Katie) Mumm, Tiffany (David) Giardino, Kyle (Veronica) Harvey and Daniel Harvey; and great-grandchildren Lucy, Rhys and Charlie Mumm, Laurel and Lily Mumm, Rye and Paige Stickney, and Lila Harvey. A CELEBRATION of Anna Mae's beautiful life will be held on Sunday, March 13th at 2pm, at Community of Christ Church, 140 W. Kanesville Boulevard, Council Bluffs, Iowa. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Alzheimer's Association (visit http://tinyurl.com/jdgbh27 to donate to Anna Mae's tribute fund); Outreach International, (visit: http://outreach-international.org.) OR Community of Christ, Council Bluffs Central, Youth Pastor Fund (140 W. Kanesville Blvd., Council Bluffs, IA 51503) MAHER FUNERAL HOME 121 S. 7th St., Council Bluffs, IA 712-328-1144 www.maherlivingstonfh.com
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