Patricia Ann Waller, 62, known by all as "Ann," passed away peacefully after a valiant battle with cancer on July 14, 2022, at Life Touch Hospice in El Dorado, Arkansas. She was born on September 15, 1959, in Dallas, Texas, the only daughter of the late Charlie B Waller Sr. and the late Clementine Turner Waller.
Ann's early education began at C.F Carr Elementary School in Dallas, Texas. At an early age, Ann moved to El Dorado, where she attended Rogers Jr High School and El Dorado High School (class of 78). At an early age, she dedicated her life to Christ, united with Union Arc Baptist Church, and started attending Victory Church under the leadership of Pastor Jonathan Ables.
She was employed with El Dorado Paper Bag for over 20 years. She was a dedicated employee, and when her health began to fail, she retired with a medical disability.
Ann was a quiet, loving person with a caring heart and a kindred spirit. She was a single mom who loved her children and grandchildren dearly. Ann enjoyed life. She enjoyed being photographed, surfing, and posting on Facebook, going to the casino, and her latest discovery that she was passionate about was making Tik Tok videos. She said, "making a video on Tik Tok helped her to carry on each day and to cope with her pain after being sick from chemo."
She is preceded in death by her parents, four brothers Charlie B. Waller Jr., Billy Ray Waller, Willie Brown, and James Edward Waller, and sister-in-law Shirley.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories her daughter Natasha Jackson and son Antonio Waller (Tiffany) of El Dorado, Arkansas. Grandchildren, Lacorey Benton, Jaroddrick Greer, and Sevyn Waller, all of El Dorado, AR, great-grandchild Nova Benton, brother Gregory Waller (Laurie) of El Dorado, Arkansas, Sister-in Law Gwenneth Brown of Dallas, Texas; aunts Cora Turner of El Dorado, Arkansas, and Clara Mae Turner of Houston, Texas; nieces, nephews, special cousin Deborah Blockman, and other relatives and friends.