Born: November 9, 1954 - Deceased: April 11, 2022
Ruth “Annie” Ann Theis
Devoted mother, grandmother and caregiver.
Ruth Ann Theis, 67, died Monday, April 11th, 2022 at Phelps Health Medical Hospital with family by her side.
Annie was born November 9th, 1954, at St. Mary’s Hospital in East St. Louis, IL to Bobby and Darlene Haas. Annie enjoyed being a CNA and helping anyone she could, when she could. She took pride in her job. Annie worked at Lebanon Care Center until she retired in 2020. She was known by her colleagues and residents for her tireless energy, loving caregiving, tender heart and her funny, outgoing personality.
If you asked Annie what her biggest accomplishment in life would be, she would immediately answer “her babies, her family.” Annie took pride in being a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She loved her children and grandchildren more than anything in the world.
Annie is survived by her:
Annie was preceded in death by her:
Annie will always be remembered for her beautiful personality, fiery spirit and caring heart. She impacted everyone she met.
Memorials: Donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in her honor.
Visitation: Visitation from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Kurrus Funeral Home in Belleville, IL.
Funeral: Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 pm, Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Kurrus Funeral Home with Eddie Witt officiating.
I love you Mema and will miss you but u have fun up there in heaven!
I love you, Meme. More than you will ever know. I pray you’re in a better place. Please watch over all of us.
Annie touched everyone that she encountered , she always had time to do the extra for not just her family but the job making sure her residents were comfortable and the making sure her co-workers needed help. Annie and I would have personal conversation were she would give me advice are even a shoulder to cry on I can go on and on about just how loving Annie was Brook she often talked about you she was so proud of the woman you grew up to be ❤️ To the family know that Annie is ok now and she’s smiling down at all of us May God continue to comfort you all 😘🙏🏽
I love you Mimi. Thank you for accepting me and the kids into your home and life. We’ll miss you.
Annie, it’s with great sadness I heard of this devastating news of u leaving this world but I will say that from the very money I met u nearly 3 yrs ago u were always so kind n welcomed me every time n when I drove by every day I’d see u on the porch n when it was nice out I’d stop n chat for a bit or I’d drive by thinking n waving or blowing u a kiss u were such a sweet soul that left too soon u were always so full of life n even when u were going thru something u still smiled n laughed cuz as we both talked about life is too short… I’ll always remember ur kindness n loving spirit I will continue to honk as I drive by ur house at ur beautiful family remembering u always sweet lady love u bunches
Annie was my best friend when we lived on Bond Ave so sorry to hear of her passing. I’m so sorry I’ll be out of town that weekend. Sending hugs and prayers to her family.
What a life time of memories our Bond Avenue corner had ! Love all our memories and families ! Another Angel has her wings! So sorry to the family we will be out of town ! Love ya all Sherrie Mourey