Lelia Robinson Annich, 99, died Sunday, Aug. 7, at home in Englewood.
She had been living at Family Affair (an adult family care home) since 2009.
She is survived by three daughters: Joy Bohanan, Gail Lovell and Fran Johnson; six grandchildren, Jeffrey and Jennifer Bohanan, Alison and Craig Lovell, and Janusz and Jeremiah Johnson; five great-grandchildren, Rachel and Jackie Bohanan, Shealee and Kaegan Johnson and Shane Fleming; and her
brother, David Robinson.
The second of seven children, Lelia was born in Chattanooga, Tenn., where she lived until she married the late Milton Annich.
After World War II, the couple settled in New York to raise their family. They moved to Grove City after retirement, and in 1985 Annich moved to Quail's Run in Englewood, where she lived for 24 years.
She was active in the Englewood Presbyterian Church and its Mother's Morning Out Program, and with the Lemon Bay Garden Club, where she earned recognition for her award-winning flower arrangements.
She was a quilter, and her distinctive, handmade, cut-fabric greeting cards were treasured by recipients.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27 at the Englewood Community Presbyterian Church.