Annie Hicks-Mann

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April 7, 1946 ~ January 6, 2018

Born to eternal life January 6, 2018, at the age of 71 years. Combined services, Saturday, January 13, 2018. Visitation 12-1 P.M. and Funeral 1 P.M. Interment: Private. All services entrusted to: Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services 7625 W. Appleton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53222

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  1. Ann, I am lost without hearing your voice daily. You meant the world to me. I know you are having a good time up in heaven and holding everything down til I meet you there. I will continue to carry on your legacy at the cookouts and parties. RIH.

  2. To the family of my dearest darling friend. Oh Annie how i miss you.
    Through your strength and faithfulness to God and family, you taught us to conquer adversity with a smile. We agreed in prayer on January 5th, 2018 between 8am and 10am, there again i saw God’s love for you manifested. He answered your prayer. Family let us believe God and have faith in his word. He is a comforter to all that seek Him.

  3. Auntie, there are just too many memories to narrow them down to just a few words on a page. You have made us laugh to the point of crying. I will always remember that about you. I am so blessed that I was given an opportunity to have you in my life. You are truly missed so much. I miss my partner in crime, the family will never be the same with you gone. Love always, your first nephew….

  4. Heyyyyy auntie. I miss you so much. You got some company on July 1st. Your nephew decided to join you in heaven. Continue to watch over me and the family. And don’t worry, your plants are still alive. I love you auntie and I will see you soon. Love always your niece Shamel.

  5. The pain that we receive when we loose a loved one is tremendous. No matter how long our loved ones have lived, they leave behind a void in our hearts. The Bible promises at Revelation 21:4 that soon, “death and pain will be no more”. For further information about the resurrection, please visit

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