March 20, 1957 ~ February 18, 2022

Born in: Mission, Texas
Resided in: Floresville, Texas

Anna Louisa Prescott, born Anna Louisa Alvarez in Mission, Texas to her parents Antonio Alvarez and Maria “Tina” Alvarado, passed away February 18, 2022, at the age of 64, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was continuously surrounded by her loving family, who will always celebrate her grace, bravery, and spirit.

Anna loved nothing more greatly than her family, laughing and playing in the backyard of her home in Floresville, Texas, that she shared with her much-loved husband of 28 years, Daniel Prescott. Together, they enjoyed fishing, music, and working in the yard – having both been blessed with green-thumb.

She is preceded in death by both of her parents. Left to cherish their times and memories of her are her loving family, husband Daniel, daughters Joanna Soppe and Jennifer Riter, four grandsons Alexander, Christopher, Kyle, and Kaleb, and her six seesters and two brothers. Their lives were forever changed because of her courageous spirit.

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  1. CandleImageShe was a wonderful mother, sister, aunt & friend. May we each carry on her love, her joy, and her memories. Forever in our hearts 💕

  2. CandleImageI love you mommy and miss you so much. Thank you for giving us such a beautiful life and showing us how to love and live life to the fullest. I know you are resting in peace now. Thinking of you always. Until we meet again.

  3. CandleImageMy dearest Anna,

    Rest in eternal peace, my beautiful cousin. Cancer may have taken you away, but you obviously left a lasting and living legacy in your beloved family. My prayers will be with them in the difficult days ahead. While I am heartbroken for your family, I can’t help but imagine the joyful reunion & celebration you had with your padres queridos. Watch over us until we meet again!

  4. May the Lord give this family and all who knew her the peace, comfort and courage that it will take to go through the days that lay ahead. May she rest in Glory with so many other precious souls that have gone before her.

  5. CandleImageMy beautiful sister, I will always love you and miss you. ♥️♥️♥️ you will forever be in my heart. May you RIP! till we meet again.🙏🙏🙏

  6. Rest In Peace Anna, you were such a beautiful person and co-worker. May God bless your family during these sad times!

  7. You will always be loved and remembered thank You for your service to our nation… You were an amazing, beautiful person ❤️Praying for your beautiful family!

  8. CandleImageMy Beautiful sister, after many laughs, cries, worries and tons of love you have left us with hurt in our hearts. I know its only for a while, then we all be together again.
    No more pain., Now you have earned your wings. You will never be forgotten. We will see you again.

  9. CandleImageI love you so very much. Thank you for everything you gave us – all the strength, love, and laughter. I miss you to the moon and back. Rest In Peace.

  10. CandleImageI will miss you tremendously, my dearest Anna. The laughs and tears we shared on and off the clock at work will forever be etched in my heart. I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER!! ❤️❤️❤️

  11. Anna, you will be missed. Your service to our nation is truly appreciated. You were a great coworker and friend. I’m sorry we didn’t stay in touch. May the Lord wrap his comforting arms around your family and friends and bring them the peace that surpasses all understanding. Until we meet again. ❤

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