Daisy Bell Anthony

Sunrise: January 18, 1955

Sunset: September 26, 2018

Daisy Bell Anthony passed away September 26, 2018.

Viewing Friday, October 5, 2018 Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Avenue Service Saturday, October 6, 2018 1:00pm Bethany Baptist Church 2587 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23324

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    Ruth Adams says

    Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, I send you and your family my deepest Condolences, I did not know her well, but with parents like you I know she was Beautiful inside and out, I am only a phone call away if you need me.

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    I am in shock as I mourn the loss of my dear cousin Daisy “Sweet” Anthony. Her nickname says it all, she was one of the sweetest people you could ever meet. My deepest condolences.

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    Leslie Bryant Robinson says

    Losing someone so dear like your daughter, Daisy, is simply heartbreaking. I will miss her wit and candour, her infectious smile, and her laughter. I want you to know that I will always be here to give you any kind of support that you need. All you have to do is call.

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    Donna Morris says

    As a friend and a co-worker, I want to say that losing Daisy has left a huge hole in our hearts and our office that can never be filled. We are all still in shock that we won’t have her with us each day. She will never be forgotten and will forever be loved and cherished by all of us at Barristers. She touched each of our lives and made each day better as only she could do. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time.

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    Sarah Norris Williams says

    Mr and Mrs Anthony, from Mary Norris and Family, please accept our Condolences and know you are in our prayers and thoughts. May God Keep You in His Loving Arms.

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    La Wanda says

    Mr. & Mrs. Anthony, Misha & Tawanza your family are in our prayers.

    Robert, La Wanda, Destinyi & Dyamin

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    Kathy Brothers says

    To Mr. and Mrs. Anthony:

    I was shocked to read about Daisy’s death in today’s paper. We worked together many, many years ago at Sovern Bank (Now named Bank of America). My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Kim Davis says

    Sorry to hear about the passing of Daisy. May God b!ess and keep the family in his care. I pray God will give you peace. BBLESSED!

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    Kathy Burns says

    I worked with Daisy at Barristers and she will truly be missed. She was a wonderful one of a kind person! My Thoughts and Prayers are with her family and loved ones. God Bless…Rest in Peace Daisy.

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    Pastor Linda C Smith says

    My prayers and condolences are with The Anthony family in Daisy Bell Anthony transition. Remembering Daisy as we were in class together and attended Floyd E Kellam High School together. She still carries that same smile as then. Hold dear to those fond memories and her contagious smile. Remember Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Pray God’s strength today and the days to come.

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    Lynn Petrie says

    My daughter, Susan, worked with Daisy so I had the pleasure of knowing Daisy and talking to her often in the mornings and evenings because of Susan and I riding together. Daisy was such a pleasant person to talk with and I was saddened to hear of her passing. Daisy was a very special person to us and to many people. My heart goes out to your family during this loss. May God give you comfort and strength in the days ahead. Your family is in my prayers.

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    Bobbie Brooks says

    I worked with Daisy at Sears and she was a wonderful person She will be missed. My prayers are with her family. May God give you the strength and comfort in the days ahead.

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    Jackie Thomas says

    To The Anthony Family
    I am still so deeply sadden to learn of your loss of Daisy, she will never be forgotten by me. We had a business relationship over a period of many years that transformed into a wonderful friendship. I enjoyed talking with her and laughing with her. She indeed LOVED her family and I always loved that about her. Her Sisters and Parents were always in her conversations. I will miss her a lot.

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    Carol Green-Joyce says

    To The Anthony Family, we wish to convey our deepest sympathy in the passing of your loved one. We know God has a plan for each of us, and He chose to gather one of His jewels. They shall be mine saith the Lord. We pray for your comfort and peace during your time of sorrow.
    Love, Larry & Carol Joyce

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    Lucille Green says

    As a friend of Daisy’s for many years, I send my heartfelt condolences to her family. She will truly be missed.

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    Ruth G Smith says

    There are no words to express our sorrow for your daughter and sister but know that as much as we all loved her, God loved her more. To know that she is in a better place, no more pain or sorrow. She is resting now in heaven waiting on her family and friends to join her. My prayers are to keep your family uplifted and to continue to remember those sweet and funny moments as often as you can. It will make the days a little easier to handle. I will miss my friend and sister. I’m only a phone call away, love you guys.

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