Ann Hollingsworth

Ann Mays Hollingsworth

October 20, 1935 - August 13, 2020
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Ann Mays Hollingsworth of Pine Bluff, Arkansas passed away on August 13, 2020.

Ann was born on October 20, 1935 in Henderson, Texas to Vernon and Ethel McMillin Mays. She was the fifth of five children, and always cherished her spot as the baby in the family. Ann graduated from Henderson High School in 1954 and moved to Pine Bluff to live with her oldest sister, Mary Mays Justice and her husband, Ralph, to work at the National Bank of Commerce. Ann married Mack Koonce in 1958 and they had a daughter, Karen in 1960. Ann was a great Mom and friend and was active in many activities and organizations in Pine Bluff.

After Ann and Mack divorced, Ann worked at Central Moloney and loved her new “work friends.” Ann married Jack Hollingsworth, Sr. in 1998. Jack and Ann had a great 14 years together until Jack’s death in 2012.

Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Vernon and Ethel Mays; three of her siblings, James (“Billy”) Mays, Bennie Ruth (“Dutch”) Monzingo, and Rebecca Risinger; and her husband, Jack Hollingsworth. She is survived by her daughter, Karen Ytterberg (and her husband, Alan), of Houston, Texas; her grandsons John and William (and his wife, Mary), and her great granddaughter, Caroline Ann; her sister, Mary of Henderson, Texas; and her nieces and nephews, Jay, Kay, Cheryl, Art, Vernon, and Mary Ethel. Ann had a special place in her heart for Big Jack’s 3 boys, Jack, Bill, and Scott, and their families.

Ann’s family sends a special thanks to the caring staff and Ann’s new friends at Trinity Village Retirement Community. Even as Ann’s memory dimmed, she still enjoyed a good game of bridge.

Ann will be buried in the New Salem Cemetery and services will be held there at a later date. Contributions and remembrances may be made in her honor to the First Methodist Church, PO Box 8003, Pine Bluff, AR 71611.

Arrangements were handled by Ralph Robinson and Son Funeral Directors. Family and friends may leave condolences messages or videos at
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Linda Burdine

Posted at 11:59am
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Cindy blackstock

Posted at 12:02pm
Karen and Mrs. Justice and family, I’m so sorry for your loss, Ann was such a sweet lady. You are in my prayers. Cindy Blackstock

Zack Taylor

Posted at 10:57am
Dear Family Members, Ann was my next door neighbor when I first moved to Beau Monde. I really thought the world of her and was so happy when she married Jack, even though it meant losing her as my neighbor. Then our paths crossed regularly again when I joined First Methodist Church, she being a long time member, of course. I will miss her alot.
Zack Taylor

Jill Healy

Posted at 06:22pm
We are so sorry for your loss, Ann was a sweet lady & a joy to know. Michael & Jill Healy

Dana Bridges

Posted at 05:23pm
Thanks for sharing Ms. Ann with us here at Trinity Village. She was always a delight to visit with. Her sweet spirit and kind heart will be missed.

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