ANSON – Anna Belle Sneed Harms, 87, died Wednesday, October 5, 2016, at Hendrick Medical Center.

Anna Belle Sneed Harms
ANSON – Anna Belle Sneed Harms, 87, died Wednesday, October 5, 2016, at Hendrick Medical Center.  Services will be Friday, October 7, 2016, at
2:30 p.m. at Elmwood West United Methodist Church with John Hewitt
officiating. Visitation will be at the church at 1:30 p.m. till service
time.  Burial will be at Mount Hope Cemetery directed by Adams-Graham
Funeral Home.
Born January 29, 1929 in Hamilton, Ann was a daughter of the late James
Addison and Mamie Dovie (Adams) Sneed.  She graduated from McMurry
University and married James Harms September 29, 1950 in Big Spring.  They
moved to Anson from Abilene in 1967.  Ann worked as a secretary for the
96th Bomb Wing Commander at Dyess Air Force Base where she worked for 10
different wing commanders.
Ann was a member of Elmwood West United Methodist Church in Abilene.  Ann
was involved in numerous civic organizations including Order of the
Eastern Star, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Thursday Book Review Club, Abilene
Wildflower Club, American Business Women’s Association, and Red Hats of
Abilene.
She was Mom, Memah, and Mommy Ann to our family.  She was the light of our
lives.
Ann was preceded in death by her husband (James Harms), four brothers
(Stanley Sneed, Russell Sneed, Kenneth Sneed and G. W. Sneed) and a sister
(Nona Quay Gill).
Survivors include one son, Jamie Harms (wife, Dana) of Round Rock; two
daughters, Glenna Ann Casady (husband, the late William “Dickie”) of
Abilene and Judy Gayle Polunsky (husband, Mark) of San Angelo; three
grandsons, Joshua Allen Harms (wife, Allison), James Jonathan Casady
(wife, Kate) and Austin Addison Polunsky; five granddaughters, Hope
Jeanane Olds (and husband, Don), Chrysti Dawn Martin, Lisa Marie Casady,
Ryan Katharine Polunsky and Jillian Brooke LeCroy (and husband, Zack); 11
great-grandchildren, and four great great-grandchildren.