Anna Mae Barclay
March 11, 1925 - April 19, 2020
Donna Davis
Jamie Colvard
Marilyn Cooper Tracy
Donna Kay Davis Light a candle
Light a Candle
Flowers & Gifts

Arrangements starting at $35

Charity Donations

Make a Memorial Donation

Charity
Make a Memorial Donation
Donate Now

Anna Mae Barclay, 95, Springfield, Mo passed away Sunday, April 19, 2020, in her daughter’s home. She was born March 11, 1925 in Springfield, Mo to Stephen Francis Cooper and Twila May (Moody) Cooper. She was a life long area resident and a charter member of the Golden Ave Baptist Church. She graduated from Springfield…

Continue Reading
Donna Davis left a message on June 17, 2020:
Anna Mae I loved being around you and will always miss you.
Christine Bighinatti left a message on April 25, 2020:
We will sadly miss you Anna Mae. You were always sweet, kind and funny. When we would visit from California you and Jimmy always made us feel welcome. My Dad Frank always said he had the best Aunts. God Bless the rest of our Barclay family during such a trying time.
June Bergeson left a message on April 24, 2020:
Anna Mae was a loving person, kind to everyone and great prayer warrior. We will miss her.
June Bergeson left a message on April 24, 2020:
Anna Mae was a loving person, kind to everyone and great prayer warrior. We will miss her.
Judy Manning left a message on April 23, 2020:
Such an amazing woman who loved the Lord. Gordan and I became great frienda with her. We love her and she will be dearly missed.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Jamie Colvard left a message on April 23, 2020:
1 Corinthians 15:55-57 55 O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? 56 The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law. 57 But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Jamie Colvard left a message on April 23, 2020:
Anna Mae was a city on a hill that cannot be hidden. Her light shined brightly for all to see. She was a great witness and example of a Godly woman for younger generations. My favorite memory is Anna Mae and Ethyl teaching me to tack quilts for Grand Oaks Mission. Dorothy had made an Elvis quilt top. We laughed so hard and did our best Elvis song impressions that evening, just enjoying each other's company. Anna Mae will be missed. When the tears start, I close my eyes and imagine the jubilation in Heaven. Imagine her smile and how bright her eyes lit up when she seen Jesus,the one she lived her life for face to face,then the cloud of witnesses who went before her awaiting.
Marilyn Cooper Tracy left a message on April 22, 2020:
I will dearly miss my Aunt Annie. She never had a frown. Never heard her say an unkind word. We should all strive to be like her
Donna Kay Davis left a message on April 22, 2020:
I loved her sweet smile and beautiful face. I will miss seeing her in Sunday School and Church
Polly Copper left a message on April 22, 2020:
Anna Mae was one of my dearest friends. She was a charter member of our church and we were in the same Sunday School class. Everyone loved Anna Mae. She will be missed by so many. I loved her dearly.
Alta F Millard left a message on April 21, 2020:
Oh, Miss Anna, you will be so missed at Golden Avenue. There is a song by the Singing Rambos "Mama's Teaching Angels how to Sing" it is reminding me of you. Much love and I will miss you!
Amanda Biellier Bradshaw left a message on April 21, 2020:
Love you lots Aunt Annie.
Amanda Biellier Bradshaw left a message on April 21, 2020:
Annie was always smiling and fun loving. I appreciated her so much after my grandfather Jim, her brother, passed as I moved in to stay with grandma who refused to stay alone overnight in the house. Annie would often have a Friday night sleepover so I could go home for one night. She’d take grandma to get her weekly National Enquirer and to eat at the cafeteria and then they would have a girl’s night. She kind of became a surrogate mom for my mother after grandma passed. We loved having her come to our mother daughter banquet every year with Loene. The best part was after the banquet when we’d go back to mom’s house and talk and laugh for a few hours sharing stories and memories.
Amanda Biellier Bradshaw left a message on April 21, 2020:
Annie was always smiling and fun loving. I appreciated her so much after my grandfather Jim, her brother, passed as I moved in to stay with grandma who refused to stay alone overnight in the house. Annie would often have a Friday night sleepover so I could go home for one night. She’d take grandma to get her weekly National Enquirer and to eat at the cafeteria and then they would have a girl’s night. She kind of became a surrogate mom for my mother after grandma passed. We loved having her come to our mother daughter banquet every year with Loene. The best part was after the banquet when we’d go back to mom’s house and talk and laugh for a few hours sharing stories and memories.
Larry Cooper left a message on April 21, 2020:
She was my favorite aunt. I never saw her upset or speak a cross word. I loved going to her house because she always had "neat" stuff. One of my fondest memories is her teaching me to ride a bike at Grandma and Grandpa Cooper's house. Her passing leaves a void in my life and I'll miss her a lot. I am thankful the God brought her into my life.
Janet Pellersels left a message on April 21, 2020:
I will never forget wonderful Aunt Annie. She always had a smile and such a great sense of humor. She and my Dad were two peas in a pod-
Janet Pellersels left a message on April 21, 2020:
I will never forget wonderful Aunt Annie. She always had a smile and such a great sense of humor. She and my Dad were two peas in a pod-
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Show More