WESTON — Anna Mae Bean, 90, of Jackson’s Mill, passed away Saturday, Dec. 21, 2018, at Bellaire at Devonshire Assisted Living Center in Scott Depot, W.Va.
She was the daughter of the late Francis A. Brumley and Edna Mae (McClung) Brumley.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 68 years, Raymond G. Bean, sister Louise Mallonee of Akron, Ohio, and two brothers, Ernest W. Brumley and Charles D. Brumley of Weston. Also, sons Thomas A. Bean, Gary G. Bean and daughter Joyce A. Bean Cook and grandson Jeremy J. Taylor.
Anna Mae was a homemaker and very proud of her family. She worked briefly as a cashier at Garden Fresh Grocery, secretary at Weston State Hospital, and clerk at Kaplan’s Clothing Store. She was a member of the Weston Church of Christ for over 57 years and enjoyed singing the gospel hymnals each service.
Surviving are one son, Terry L. Bean and his wife, Helen of Elkview, W.Va., daughter-in-law Elizabeth J. Bean of Pinalles Park, Fla., brother Francis A. Brumley Jr. (Veronica) of Weston, sisters Betty N. Scheidegar of Lexington, Kentucky, and Carol S. Roach (Bob) of Nettie, as well as six grandchildren: Christopher B. Bean of Charleston, James Andrew Cook of Myrtle Beach, SC, Robert M. Cook of Myrtle Beach, SC, Stephen R. Cook of Fairmont, Mitzi D. Cook Keaton of Oak Hill, and Melissa Bean Bennett of Indiana. She also had several great and great-great-grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews, friends and dear neighbors.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019, at 2 p.m., at the Weston Church of Christ, located at 819, Camden Avenue, Weston, with ministers Rick Beck and Albert Farley officiating. Per her request, her body was donated to West Virginia University and will be cremated.
Condolences may be sent online to the family at [email protected]