Annie Laura Lindler Graham, 93, of Pomaria, SC and widow of Cecil Johnie Graham, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 10, 2020 at Generations of Chapin.
Born on January 1, 1927 in Peak, SC she was the fifth of ten children of Lila Mae Stoudemire and John Lomas Lindler, Sr. She was retired from University Hospital in Augusta, GA and attended New Hope United Methodist Church in Pomaria.
Annie Laura is survived by daughters Bridget (Don) Winn of Grassy Creek, NC and Susan (Jim) Delk of Little Mountain, SC; grandchildren Shannon (Joshua) Williamson of Crumpler, NC, Kristen (Marc) Maready of Lewisville, NC, Kimberly (Daniel) Wood of Snow Camp, NC, Katherine (Brian) Schmitt of Burlington, NC, Joseph and Jonathan Winn of Grassy Creek, NC, Jackson Delk of Clemson, SC, Jarrett and Charlotte Delk of Little Mountain, SC; Great grandsons Jakob Williamson, Alexander Wood, Benjamin Schmitt, Zachary Wood and Nathan Williamson; siblings Robert (Willie Mae) Lindler of Pomaria, SC, Sue Grant of Piedmont, SC, Bill (Sue) Lindler of Newberry, SC and Martha Jo (James) Mahaffey of Lancaster, SC; her chihuahua “Baby” and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband “Tot”, she was predeceased by granddaughter Diana Winn; great grandson Lukas Williamson; siblings Margaret Wharton, Mabel Cain, John L. Lindler, Jr., Philip Lindler and Mack Lindler.
Graveside services will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, September 12, 2020 at Graham Family Cemetery in Pomaria by the Rev. Cameron Levi. Memorials may be made to New Hope United Methodist Church, c/o Robert Davis, 256 Graham Cemetery Road, Pomaria, SC 29126 The service will be broadcast in the parking lot of the cemetery on 89.9 FM .
Many thanks to the dedicated caretakers that were by her side for the last few weeks taking loving care of both our “Meme” and her family.
The family requests casual dress.