Anna Bell Smith-Roshell was born on January 14, 1963, to the late Bessie Jean Smith and James A. Bradberry in Zephyrhills, Florida. She was a daddy’s girl. Anna was lovingly called “Am-a-ray” by family and friends. She was educated in the Pasco County School System. As a child, she enjoyed school, sports, and spending time with her family and siblings. Anna started her own family young, getting married in high school. She graduated and her family continued to grow. Anna was a free spirit who lived life to the fullest making time for everyone and everything. She loved music, books, tv, and movies. More than anything, she loved people and she was loved by all who knew her. If it was her intention to leave her mark on the world, she succeeded. Anna answered God’s call on September 23, 2020. She leaves to cherish her loving memory a living legacy of eight children: Antwan Smith, Clarence Roshell III (Luba), Princess Roshell (Michael), Diana Roshell-Brooks (Howard), Curtis Ingram, Jr. (Andrea), Stacy McIntosh (Thomas), Michael Roshell, and Angela Christina Ingram. She leaves her loving siblings: Carletha Hamilton (Vicki), Joseph Smith (Tammy), Cherral Knight (Early), Mary Berry, Armentha Finley (Walter), Joe Lee Bradberry, and Willie Lee Bradberry (Leslie); fifteen beloved grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends that were like family. She will live in our hearts forever.
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