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FARMINGTON – Mrs. Anna Mae Wampler, 91, passed away January 25, 2018, at her residence. Anna Mae was born May 28, 1926, in Delassus, and was the daughter of Charles Mathias Denman and Flora Belle ‘Ward’ Denman. Also preceding in death were: her husband, Emmett Hampton Wampler (2015), two sisters, Kathryn Hawn and Ruby Bruce, and four brothers, Leonard Denman, Ward Denman, Lewis Denman and Eugene Denman.

Anna Mae was a member of Memorial United Methodist Church of Farmington; the MUMC Quilters and MUMC Women. Anna Mae volunteered at the Ministerial Alliance Thrift Store and she volunteered at the Stonecrest Nursing Home in Viburnum, Missouri, helping them to make quilts and other items.

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Survivors include two daughters, Pamela (Col. Tom) Hulsey, of The Villages, Florida, and Candace Jeffers, of Ft. Worth, Texas; A chosen daughter, Rhonda Brooks, of Andrain, Oregon; A son-in-law, Lonnie Jeffers, of Ft. Worth, Texas; One sister, Berneice Panchot, of Farmington; also surviving are seven grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; one great, great-grandchild; numerous nieces and nephews.

Visitation Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. at Taylor Funeral Service, Inc., Farmington. Visitation resumes Thursday, 9 a.m. and funeral 10 a.m., February 1, 2018, at Memorial United Methodist Church, with Rev. Scott Hall officiating. Interment follows at Hillview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Farmington. Memorials to: Camp Hope, Farmington and/or Memorial United Methodist Church. Photo obituary and guestbook online:

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