Annie Mae Ray Pugh, 89, the
widow of the late Bernice E Cribb, Sr. and Joseph L. Pugh, Jr., went home
to be with the Lord, Sunday, August 7, 2016 at her residence in Sumter,
Mrs. Pugh was born the daughter
of the late General Marion Ray and Myrtle Elizabeth Russell Ray on March
9, 1927 in Georgetown County. She was a member of the Bethera True
Way Holiness Church. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, and cherished
grandmother, great grandmother, and great/great grandmother.
She leaves behind:
two sons, Dr. Edward Cribb (Linda) of North Carolina and Dr. Robert Cribb
(Cindy) of Sumter; two daughters, Ann Denney (James) of Mt. Pleasant and
Eloise Reynolds (Gordon) of Sumter; nineteen grandchildren (Leah, Lori,
Scott, Kristin, Chad, Greg, Cathy, Jimmy, Laura, Cheryl, Don, Christina,
David, Christy, Mendi, April, Matthew, Dustin, Robert), fifty eight great-grandchildren
and twelve great/great- grandchildren. She also leaves behind:
two brothers, Bobby Ray of Andrews and Frank Ray (Geneva) of Lake
City, FL; and two sisters, Elizabeth Johnson and Betty Goodwin both of
She was preceded in death
by: her husbands; a son, Mickel Cribb; five brothers, Lethen Ray,
David Ray, James “JD” Ray, Don Ray, and Dan Ray; and two sisters, Adra
Fulton and Ruth Forbes.
A Home Going Celebration
will be 2PM, Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at Holy Trinity Pentecostal Holiness
Church. Internment will follow in the Bethel Cemetery directed by the Andrews
Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home.
Visitation will be
prior to the service from 1-2PM in the church sanctuary.