of Conway, AR
April 3, 1942 - February 21, 2022
Ann Marie Stormans, 79, of Conway, passed away surrounded by those who loved her on February 21, 2022. She was born in Oak Park, Illinois on April 3, 1942 to Clifford and Effie Stormans.Survivors include daughters, Suzanne (Mark), Cara Stormans, sons, Michael Groce and William Groce, grandchildren Alex Raiford, Ben Raiford (Kailyn), Micah Van Alstine, sister, Mary Lynne Krueger (Randy) and numerous nieces, nephews and special friends. Preceded in death by son Michael Van Alstine and grandson Jake Van Alstine.Ann was the best mom and grandma a kid could ever have. She unconditionally loved us with all her heart. Ann adored her dogs and rescued over 35 in her lifetime. She loved gardening and always had the prettiest flower gardens. The only One she loved more was Jesus. Visitation will be from 6-8PM Friday, 2/25/2022. Funeral Service will be at 10AM Saturday, 2/26/2022 at Roller Daniel Funeral Home in Searcy, AR. Interment will immediately follow at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens in Searcy, AR.In lieu of flowers, we would love donations may be made to Imagine & Believe Foundation, P.O. Box 2042, Searcy, AR 72145, a non-profit that encourages foster care and adoption. They also provide free diapers, formula and clothing for foster children.Online guestbook: rollerfuneralhomes.com/searcy
Ann was a special lady who was always committed to the Lord and ready to serve at every opportunity. A fine Christian lady who will be missed deeply.
Ann was a lovely lady, a truly caring friend, and a model of Christian living. We will miss her.
Classy, kind and loving. This true Christian lady will be missed by many. Her example will be copied over and over.
Ann will be greatly missed. She touched the lives of so many people and her love for the Lord and her family was evident in so many ways
I have you known your mother for a long time. She had welcomed me into her home and into her life. She was so kind and special to me. She will be dearly missed. I will miss sitting by her in church and going to her house for lunch after church. She loved with all her heart had much discernment.
Ann was a very dear and sweet friend. I will miss her but I know she is with Jesus now! So sorry to her family for their loss!!
Prayers for Suzanne, Cara & the rest of the family! She was an amazing woman. One of the kindest I’ve ever met!
Who will boss me around at work? I relied on her for advice and proper English and letter composition. When I asked Ann to do something I didnt need to worry about it. It would be done beautifully.
Suzanne I sure will miss your precious momma. She was a really precious woman. This earth will be a much sadder place without her. I am glad to know we will meet again on the streets of gold. Hugs and much love to you all.