Remembering the Life of
Annie Joyce Zajonc
November 8, 1934 - May 5, 2023
In Loving Memory of Annie Joyce Zajonc
Born: November 8, 1934
Died: May 5, 2023
Annie Joyce Zajonc, a beloved resident of Winchester, Tennessee, passed away on May 5, 2023, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy that will be forever treasured. She was born on November 8, 1934, in Madison County, Alabama, and was the daughter of the late Ed Johnson and Ara Lee Johnson.
Annie led a remarkable life, dedicating her career to public service. She was a valued employee of the justice department, working diligently for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Her commitment and dedication to her work earned her the respect and admiration of her colleagues and peers.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Annie was a compassionate and loving individual. She had a warm heart that touched the lives of those around her. Her kind and gentle nature made her a cherished friend to many and a source of comfort to those in need.
Annie is survived by her cousin, Randy Morris of Winchester, Tennessee. Their bond was strong, and their friendship provided solace and support throughout the years. Annie's presence will be deeply missed by Randy and all who knew her.
In honoring Annie's wishes, she has been laid to rest at Rice Cemetery in New Market, Alabama, beside her beloved parents, Ed and Ara Lee Johnson. It is a peaceful final resting place that reflects the tranquility Annie brought to the lives of those she encountered.
Annie Joyce Zajonc will forever be remembered for her dedication to justice, her compassion, and the love she shared with those fortunate enough to have known her. Her memory will live on in the hearts and minds of all who were touched by her presence. May she rest in eternal peace.
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