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Ann Schultz-Bray

d. April 14, 2021

Ann Schultz-Bray

Ann (Anna) Deacon Schultz-Bray passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021 at home in Harleysville, PA at the age of 83.

Ann was born in Philadelphia, PA and later lived in Fort Washington, PA, Lansdale, PA and Fort Myers, FL.

Ann was the daughter of Horace P. Deacon, Jr. and Lucy B. Deacon.

Ann was formerly married to both Peter D. Schultz and William W. Bray, Sr.

Ann is survived by Thomas Schultz (Jennifer), Robert Schultz (Seanne), William Bray, Jr. (Kathy), Thomas Bray (Eileen) (both deceased), Cathleen Kalick (David), Susan Schaible, Timothy Bray (Melissa), Terence Bray (Michelle), Colleen Bianchini (John), Daryl Bray, (Andrea), H. Peter Deacon, III (Patricia) 25 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

She was an accomplished artist, a member of several choirs and a long-time member of Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Ann loved Jesus and looked forward to her eternal home with Him.

She loved both people and animals and was the life of any gathering.

Ann was of good humor, boisterous and fun. She will be missed by the very many people with whom she shared her life.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the above-named church.Visitation with family will occur on Thursday, April 15 th between 5:00 and 7:00 PM and Friday at 12:30 PM followed by a service at 2:00, all at Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church. COVID regulations will apply. For those who wish to attend the service virtually, the Zoom link is .

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