Anna M. Duncan

Anna M. Duncan

YORK HAVEN – Anna M. (Frantz) Duncan, 69, of York Haven, died at 9:30 PM, Monday, July 3, 2017 at the home of her daughter, Margie. She was the wife of William Duncan whom she married 47 years ago on December 20, 1969.

Anna was born May 1, 1948 in York and was the daughter of the late James and Phyllis (Wagner) Frantz.

In 1967 she graduated from Dallastown High School in Dallastown. She retired in 2015 from Central High School in York.

In addition to her husband, William, Anna is survived by her daughter, Margie Duncan-Weirich and her husband Timothy of Manchester; two grand-daughters, April and Amber, and her two sisters, Darlene Ely of Manchester and Charlene Shank of Dover. She was preceded in death by her brother, James Frantz, Jr.

A Celebration of life service will begin at 7:00 PM, Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at the Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 87 South Main Street, Mount Wolf. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 7:00 pm Wednesday at the funeral home.

To share memories of Anna please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

9 thoughts on “Anna M. Duncan

  1. Anna was such a sweet woman. I met her when she worked at Central as a custodian. She was hard working and always had a smile for everyone. I have missed her smile and kind words at work and will miss her.

  2. I was a high school classmate of Anna’s at Dallastown. I remember her as a truly pleasant, kind person.

  3. Anna it was a true pleasure and honor to have you as part of our family. I can’t find the words to express how much I loved and admired you. No matter what trials you had to endure, you always came through them smiling and continuing to love and take care of others. When my brother found you, he found a true angel. You are one of the most loving, caring, and compassionate people I know. So beautiful inside and out. One of my dearest memories of you is how much you loved to dance and I used to love watching you dance and how big your smile was. You will forever be in my heart! I love you Anna!

  4. Anna I Know You Were Loved By All .and I Know You Will Surely .. Be Dearly Missed

    sending My Condolences Carson Cox

  5. Dear Anna, I loved you like my very own sister, my brother was so lucky to have found someone as loving and caring as you always happy aways smiling, you asked for very little in life and was so happy! Your heart was huge you would do anything for anyone at any time..simply amazing..one of a kind..your love for your family was so incredible, Your daughter Margie Did a great job taking care of you,so as Bill, God will help you and Bill, April and Amber get through this. And you know your mom is now watching over all of you..Smiling down and loving you❤❤❤

  6. Anna I will always remember you as the most Sweetest and most Beautiful Person I have Ever Met ..Always Glowing Always Smiling ..Always a Part of this Huge Family ..because we lived at a distance You and William were always thought of often … I know you will be Dearly Missed …But Blessed to of got to Know You and You as A Part of our Family .. God sure did get the Best when He called you home … No matter how sick you get here on this Earth .. We never are ready to let ya go .. To Ya Husband William your Daughter Margie and son in law Tim your two beautiful Grandchildren ,,May their memories give them strength Peace and Comfort ..May God Give them Strength to get thought these most difficult times ….Anna you may be gone but never ever be forgotten …. sending Sympathy to ya Family With Love The Estes Family ..Ethel (Cox) and ..Harold Estes and Family

  7. Dear sweet Anna. You were one of the sweetest people i ever had the pleasure to meet. i loved your sweet personality. your smile and most of all that accent you had. when you would visit us down here in Virginia. My prayers go up for your family now. for you are in the arms of the angels now. fly high sweet Anna. fly high. from the Cox girls down here in Virginia.

  8. Anna I liked you the first time I met you. My brother did good when he married you. I always thought of you as a sister not a sister n law. You will truly be missed but forever loved and always be in my heart. I love you sis wish we had more time together.

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