November 16, 1943 ~ August 7, 2021
Annie L. Roberson was a native of Bastrop, Texas, born on November 16, 1943, to George and Martha Roberson. Annie was the youngest of seven children: two boys and five girls. After graduating from Emile High School, she moved to San Antonio, Texas where she studied to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) and later she became a Registered Nurse (RN). Annie committed to compassionately caring for her patients for over 40 years and briefly worked as a Travel Nurse before her retirement from healthcare. However, 30 of those years were given to Methodist Metropolitan Hospital formerly Humana Metropolitan.
Annie was an avid sports fan who loved the Dallas Cowboys and San Antonio Spurs; win or lose. She also enjoyed decorating for every holiday; shopping for clothes, shoes, and purses; buying culturally ethnic furniture pieces; fishing; traveling; listening to music; playing spades; watching reality television; and most of all big hair. Annie was always the life-of-the-party who loved a good joke, laugh, and a drink; if there was one phrase that often surfaced when she was around, it was “Annie’s so crazy.” However, she was very intelligent, strong-willed, and a free spirit who did what made her happy. Although each memory is unique to each person(s), Annie will forever be remembered in our hearts.
Annie is preceded in death by her parents and five siblings: Ben Willie Roberson, Murphy Roberson, Mary Forte, Susie Bates, and Maggie M. Taylor.
Annie leaves to cherish her memories three children: Juan Roberson, Tanya Roberson, and Tamara El-Amin (Ahmad); two grandchildren: Terrell Roberson (Jasmine) and Tevin Roberson; and two great-grandchildren: Leilani Roberson and Terrell Roberson Jr., all of San Antonio, Texas. Also left to cherish Annie’s memories are her sister Margaret Jones (Leslie) of Austin, Texas, brother-in-law Jonah Bates of Bastrop, Texas, and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
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