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Ann Lynn Stephenson Hawks, age 74, of Fayetteville, passed away September 5, 2021.
Ann was born in Columbus, Ohio on March 29, 1947 to the late C. Leon and Nancy J. Stephenson. Ann graduated from Grandview Heights High School where she was a majorette. After attending college, she enjoyed a career in banking. She loved riding horses, painting and travel. Ann lived in many states, including Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama and Georgia. She inherited her mother’s passion for cats and always had one by her side. She was an avid New Orleans Saints fan and followed the Atlanta Braves. Ann was a much beloved daughter, sister, step-mother and wife.
Ann is survived by her husband Thomas Hawks, her sister Carol J. Stephenson, her cousin Frank Stephenson, step-daughter Kelly Hawks and her children Kody A. Miller, Mckenzie Jade Davis Lliaria and Grabriella D. McIntosh, and her step-son Jeff Hawks and his children Kelsey Reece and Jaxon Hawks.
A Celebration of Life will be held in Ann’s honor at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or American Humane Society. The Hawks family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville.
Joel and Elsa Weiner says
May she Rest In Peace, our heartfelt condolences to our friend Carol and the rest of Anne’s family
Laverne Mosley says
My Sincerest Condolences to the Stephenson and Hawks Families.
Ann was such a wonderful beautiful spirit.
Keeping the Memories of her alive in your hearts .
Rest In Peace, Dear Ann .
Michele Leissle says
My deepest sympathies to my dear friend Carol on the loss of her beloved big sister. Ann surely fought the good fight. May she enjoy eternal peace! May God bless her family as they grieve her earthly passing. Much love and prayers! Michele
Pat Judge-Delatorre & Ron Delatorre. says
May Ann rest in peace. She was very special lady that every one she met will aways remember. Our deepest sympathy to everyone in her family.
DHS Class of 1970 says
We would like to extend our deepest sympathy regarding the death of your sister, Ann. Please know that your classmates are thinking of you and Ann’s family during this time.
“To live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die.” -Thomas Campbell
Dickson High School
Class of 1970
Carin Porras says
We were so sad to hear of your sister’s passing. We know you will miss her terribly. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time. So glad you were there with her this past week.
With deep sympathy
Carin and Gordon
Cymonie Rowe Hinkel says
Carol and family my deepest condolences for the loss of beloved Ann. May you be blessed with peace and comfort knowing that she is no longer suffering. May you be encouraged by the sweet memories of her. May God bless and keep you encouraged, comforted, and at peace.