In Memory of
Anna Loyce Sarver Landrum
June 10, 1928 - January 19, 2015
Anna Loyce Sarver Landrum, 86, passed away Monday, January 19 th at Cal Turner Extended Care Facility. Born June 10, 1928, to Lucien and Attie Sarver, she was delivered at home by Dr. A. O. Miller at a birth weight of less than 3 pounds, and not expected to survive. She did survive and later became caretaker for five elderly family members. Anna was a lifelong resident of Scottsville, Kentucky. She began working at J. L. Turner and Sons, and spent many years as an employee of Dollar General Corporation before her retirement in 1998. Anna was a past Worthy Matron of Scottsville Chapter, OES and a member of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church.
She was married to E.C. “Sharpy” Landrum on November 15, 1948, after having met as an Allen County High School cheerleader and a returning World War II Marine Corp veteran. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Scott Mills and Olivia Kay Landrum, of Weatherford, Texas, and her three grandchildren, Patrick Landrum and Caroline Landrum, both of Ft. Worth, Texas, and Evan Sarver Landrum of Austin, Texas.
Anna gained local notoriety after publishing her children’s book, “The Little Monster Who Lived in the Brushpile,” a tale of acceptance told over and over to her three grandchildren.
Visitation will be 6–8 PM Friday, January 23 at the T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home in Scottsville, Kentucky and Saturday until funeral time.
Funeral Services will be 1:00 PM Saturday at the T.W Crow and Son Funeral Home with burial in the Allen County Memorial Gardens.