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Anna R. Moyer


        Anna Repa Moyer was born October 29, 1916 in New York City, a daughter of the late Marta and John Repa, who moved to New York City from Czechoslovakia.
        The family included brothers: John, Walter, Milton and sister, Marta. The family soon tired of life in the city and, having friends living in the Pennsburg area, decided to buy a farm in Milford Township where Anna spent her youth along with brothers and sister.
        Through a mutual friend Anna was introduced to a handsome young man, who became her beloved husband, Warren. They spent 69 years together. They had two sons, Dennis and David.
        Anna spent many hours working and perfecting her beautiful flower gardens. She shared her knowledge of creating and gifts of flowers with her friends. She was also a wonderful baker. Her hand-pulled apple strudel was absolute perfection. Anna was also an accomplished seamstress. She had learned these skills from her mother and applied these skills sewing her own clothing as well as items for her friends. She also spent endless hours crocheting and knitting, and each item had to be perfect; anything else was unacceptable.
        Anna was a quiet, dignified and gentle woman who all through the past difficult months of hospice care spent her days reading the precious Bible given to her years ago by her mother. She also enjoyed traveling along the back roads of Lancaster County and seeing the beautiful farms along with the large Amish clothes lines. Her favorite expression was “We are exploring the unknown.”
        Sleep well, dear mother.
        Services will be held privately and interment will be in New Goshenhoppen UCC Cemetery, East Greenville. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pennsburg. To offer your condolences to her family, visit






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