Anna Frances Wilson died in peace on December 29, 2008. She was born January 16, 1913 to William Isaac and Elizabeth Martin Cornett in Darlington, Indiana. She has outlived all 10 of her brothers and sisters and their spouses.\n\nShe was married April 6th, 1929 in Kentucky to Arthur Conrad Flick. They had three children: Ronald Arthur Flick (deceased), Kenneth Wayne Flick (deceased) and Judy Hale. They were later divorced.\n\nShe was married June 28, 1956 in Nevada to Norman James Wilson. They had one child: Brian James Wilson. They were later divorced.\n\nAnna was an active member of the Cottonwood Presbyterian Church. She was so pleased that she was a self-sufficient woman, living by herself. Anna worked hard all her life and was happy to be able to spend 20 years wintering in Mesa, Arizona. She loved her family, her church and friends, her retirement in Arizona, and her whirlwind trips to Wendover with family. She lived in Indiana, Ohio, Wendover, Idaho, Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. She loved the adventure of a good trip.\n\nShe will be missed. She was a loving and compassionate woman who was an exemplary example of hard work and honesty. She only made it through the 9th grade, but she was a fierce competitor when it came to cards, cribbage, scrabble and crossword puzzles. We will miss her gentle nature and the family gatherings with her homemade noodles and chicken.\n\nAnna is survived by Judy (daughter) & Roen Hale, two granddaughters, Kenna and Danielle, six step-grandsons and their wives and families; Brian (son) and Sandra Wilson, two grandsons, Andrew and Matthew; grandson, Mike Flick; grandson, Mark and Kandi Flick; two great-grandsons, Carter and Alex; two great-granddaughters, Kai and Sophia Anna. She leaves special nephews, Tom and Bob Susich and their families, and Cynde Watkins and her family who grew up by Anna in Wendover, as well as all the other nieces and nephews and their families in the “East” she loved so dearly.\n\nThe funeral for Anna will be held January 2, 2009 at 12 Noon at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary Chapel, 4760 So. State Street, Murray, Utah. There will be a viewing at 11:30 a.m. before the funeral. Interment will be at Murray City Cemetery.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, please feel free to make a donation to a charity of your choice or to Cottonwood Presbyterian, 1580 East Vine Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.