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Published November 11th, 2020
Anna Lee Forslund
September 22, 1933 - October 22, 2020

Anna L. Forslund went to be with Jesus Oct. 22 following a long battle with many health problems. Ann was born in Oklahoma to Leroy Hershel Graves and Eva Marie Yocom. She graduated from Fremont High School in Oakland, Calif. Ann attended Havenscourt Community Church. Ann lived most of her life in Oakland, later settling in Moraga in 2010. She was a loving and devoted wife of 36 years to her husband Moe, and a loving mother to their children and grandchildren. Ann is proceeded in death by her husband Ronald Joseph Forslund and son Eugene Rodney Cabral. She is survived by her children Jill, Jack (Margit), Janet (Ron), stepchildren Michael and Elizabeth (Randy). Grandchildren Wendy, Marlina, Mark (Misty), Jerod (Stephanie), Lance, Jessica, Kevin, Jennifer (Adam), Jacquelyn, Katie and Marvin. She is also survived by many great grandchildren.
Ann was a payroll auditor for the city of Berkeley for 40 years. Where she enjoyed friendships with many co-workers.
Ann had strong faith in her Lord and savior Jesus Christ and sought to share her love for Him with everyone she met. Ann served the ministries of San Francisco Teen Challenge and Morris Cerullo ministry for many years. Ann supported Latin America Child Care in El Salvador for 40 years. Ann was hard working and devoted to her family.
She was a devoted member of Glad Tidings Church in S.F. over 20 years, where she was actively involved in multiple ministries; all under the guidance of Pastor Melvin Johnson. For the last 10 years of Ann's life she was a faithful member of Willow Spring Church while there she served in women's ministry, VBS, and prayer team. One of Ann's favorite ministries was sending encouraging cards or memos to individuals around the world. Ann's focus was on eternity and she glorified God with her warmth and concern for others.
The family invites you to a memorial to celebrate Ann's life and homegoing at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 outside at Willow Spring Community Church, 1689 School St. in Moraga. Reception to follow.

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