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Anna Mae Cushey

Died: Fri., Dec. 11, 2020


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Anna Mae Cushey

 

 

            Anna Mae Cushey, 73, of Venetia died Friday, December 11, 2020 at UPMC-Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh.

            She was born June 20, 1947 in New Eagle; a daughter of Marie Lafferty Bateson of Venetia and the late George Bateson.

            Anna Mae was retired from Peters Township School District where she had been employed as a secretary at the high school for many years as well as being very involved with the school’s band boosters.

            She was a member of Peters Creek United Presbyterian Church in Venetia and Peters Township High School Class of 1965.

            Anna Mae was a loving Wife, Mother and Grandmother who enjoyed spending time with her family.

            On Aril 13, 1968 she married Allen J. Cushey, who survives.

            Also surviving, in addition to her mother, are three daughters, Christina Foth (John) of Oakdale, Amy Nebel (Kevin) of Warroad, MN and Becky Bruce (Brian) of Avella; a brother, George L. Bateson of Venetia; five grandchildren, Ashlee, Alexis, Colin, Jack and Kaitlyn; and several nieces and nephews.

            Due to current condition, visitation and services will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

            Memorial contributions can be made to a charity of one’s choice.

            Arrangements are under the direction of Kegel Funeral Home, Inc. in Finleyville.

            Condolences to kegelfuneralhome.com

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Jason & Joni Vercammen
   Posted Sun December 13, 2020
Becky, we know that what you are going through right now is very difficult, just know that we are here for you. We are truly sorry for your loss.

Jason and Joni

Erin Narquini
   Posted Sun December 13, 2020
Very sorry for the family’s loss! She was a wonderful person, we will sure miss our talks with her at the girls sporting events!! Rest easy Anna.

Sue Och
   Posted Sun December 13, 2020
I am so sorry and sad for you all. I have been blessed to know, laugh, and love this family for 34 years. I will miss her dearly!

Ginger Blatt
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
Chris and family - condolences on your loss but a gain for Heaven. May God wrap his ever-loving and comforting arms around all of you at this time. In Jesus' name.

Nicole Baculik
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
My sincere sympathies to Marie and family.

Victoria Mannion
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
I offer my sincere condolences to the family of Anna Mae. I worked at the high school when she worked in the main office and she always greeted me with a smile and with kindness. I will always remember her that way. She will be in my prayers.

Susan Coen Rowland
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
Chris - my sincerest condolences to you and your family.

Chuck & Julie Killcrece
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
Chrissy, John, Ashlee & Alexis, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom/Grandma. Our hearts go out to you and your family. We pray for each and everyone of you. The loss is very difficult for all. If you need anything, please let us know. You are in our prayers.

Julie & Chuck

Terry Morriston
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
To the Cushey Family,

My years at PTHS were brightened because of Anna Mae's smile and her energy. She helped every person who came her way, making our school better just because she worked there. I couldn't help but laugh when she laughed. Anna Mae was devoted to her own children as well as to her "children" at PTHS (the students and staff). Please accept these condolences.

Terry Morriston

Pat Chastel
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
My sincerest sympathies for the loss of such a loving lady. Anna Mae always had a smile and playful banter for us teachers, when we visited the main office. She was always considerate, courteous, and caring of her PTHS family and so proud of her children and their families.

Patti Stevenson
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
To the Cushey Family

I am so sorry to hear the saddest news from your family. Anna Mae was the sunshine for the teachers who saw her everyday. She always made us feel good, always asked about our families and shared your stories. She always had a smile for us and made us laugh. She was a joy for all of us! My heart aches for you. My hope is that you can find comfort in all her memories and you keep sharing her stories.

Virginia Barney
   Posted Mon December 14, 2020
My deepest sympathy. Prayers to all of Anna's family.

Frank Kosir, Jr.
   Posted Thu December 17, 2020
Dear Cushey Family:

My deepest condolences for your loss. Mrs. Cushey was a wonderful lady, and I have so many fond memories of her as a marching band chaperone. No matter the situation, she always had a smile on her face. May you find comfort in good memories of your time together.

Frank Kosir, Jr.

Debbie Will
   Posted Mon December 21, 2020
Tim and I are so sorry for your loss. We came to know this lovely woman only recently through the church, but we value the little time we had with her. Your family will be in our prayers.

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