Mary Anna Hastings, 92, of Hazen, formerly of Clarendon, went to celebrate her eternal life on October 8, 2020. She will be missed by her children, Dwight (Karen) Saunders, Kay Saunders, Martha (Jerry) McLendon, and Amanda (Woody) Standridge; 16 grandchildren, many beloved great-grandchildren, and a great-great granddaughter; Sister, Nancy (Bobby) Terhune; brothers, Harry Hardwick, Richard (Marilyn) Hardwick and Mack (Brenda) Hardwick and many extended family and beloved nieces and nephews.
Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Marion Hastings; parents, Richard, Mildred, and Ethel Hardwick; sister, Faye Geisler and brother, Robert Tumey.
She will be remembered for her great love of family and friends, her love of life and joy of laughter.
The family appreciates the care and love given by the staff at Lonoke Health & Rehab.
In memory of her love for children and her faith, in lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Center Point Missionary Baptist Church Youth Group in Hazen, Arkansas.
Due to Covid, a graveside visitation and service will be announced at a later date by Westbrook Funeral Home of Hazen.
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As a remarkable lady in many ways, Sister Mary Anna Hastings left a legacy that will be dearly cherished by all those who knew her. Her keen wit, her amazing memory, her infectious laugh, her lovely smile, her concern for others, her love for the Lord and His church–these are some of the pleasant memories that we cherish. During my visits with her in the nursing home (before COVID 19), she seemed to encourage me more than I encouraged her. She prayed for her church and her pastor, among others, and she often seemed more concerned about the needs of others than for her own needs. We miss her. But believers in Christ shall see her again. Our prayers continue for this wonderful family.
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