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Anna L. Cade

Anna L. Cade of Morgantown, Ky.
Date of Death: Monday , November 21, 2011
Age: 91- Born December 3, 1919
Place of Death: Medco Center of Bowling Green
Place of Birth: Butler Co., Ky.
Occupation: She attended primary schools in Butler County and after graduating from Morgantown High School attended
College at Murray University. After leaving Murray she taught elementary school in Butler County. During
World War II she worked in a defense plant in Evansville, In. where P47 aircraft was built, during this
time she also took flying lessons. After the war she returned to Butler County where she worked as secretary
for Judge Otis White and later as secretary to the Superintendent of Butler County Board of Education until
her retirement in 1984. Anna was involved in the Butler County School Alumni Association and was a Kentucky
Colonel. She was a generous person, an avid reader and loved music.
Religious Affiliation: Anna professed the Christian faith and while living in Morgantown she attended the Church of Christ and after
moving to Bowling Green in 2001 she attended Andrews Baptist Church.
Parents: She was the daughter of the late Noah Monroe Cade & Myrtle Deweese Cade.
Funeral Service: Saturday, November 26, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. At Smith Funeral Home, Morgantown with Bro. Frank Dorris officiating
Visitation: 5 - 9 p.m. Friday, November 25, 2011 - 8am til Funeral Saturday all at Smith Funeral Home Chapel
Place of Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Morgantown Ky.
Survivors include: brother Cecil Cade and his wife Jean, a sister Erma Gray and her husband J. R., all of
Bowling Green also four nephews, Wayne Gray of Bowling Green, Richard Gray of Vincennes, IN., Mark
Cade of Knoxville, Tn, and David Cade of Louisville, 13 Great Nieces & Nephews, 10 Great-great Nieces &
Nephews & 1 Great-great-great Nephew
She was preceded in death by Parents & Special Niece Carol Gray Pearson.



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