Anna Lucille Head Hammond, 95, died on March 19, 2020 at Northern Lakes Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Angola, Indiana.
In 2010, she returned to Indiana to live near family.
Anna earned a bachelor’s degree from Oakland City University, a master’s degree from Indiana State University, and did additional studies at Indiana University.
She was listed in the Who’s Who of American Women, the 1999 edition.
She lived in The Villages, Florida many years and was appointed a Board Member of the Council on Aging.
She worshiped at church services at Cameron Woods.
Anna wrote her first novel “Sarah And The Soldier’s Tin Book” while living there in 2018.
She enjoyed volunteer work, being with family, teaching, gardening, reading, writing, walking, golf and planting trees.
Anna was preceded in death by husbands, Robert F. Head in (1981) and Arthur G. Hammond (2013).
She is survived by her son Robert N. (Susan) Head of Fremont, Indiana; granddaughter, Julie (Jeff) James of Aurora, Illinois; grandsons, Todd (Jennifer) Head of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Kirk (Kathleen) Head of Brownsburg, Indiana; great grandchildren, Joshua, Jordon, Payton, Alex, Lauren, Madison and Lillianna and one great great grandson, Dante James, making five generations. Also surviving are step-daughter, Jean (David) Parka of Falls Village, Connecticut and step-son, James (Jennifer) Hammond of Patterson, New York.
A memorial service for family and close friends will be observed at a convenient date.