Lucy Ann Sanders was born May 3, 1956. She was proceeded in death by her father, Carl Eugene Kinney, her mother, Robyn Felicia McLean, her two sisters, Karen Sue Bowman and Lyla Lynn Spears, her brother, William Lee Kinney, and her nephew, Joseph Edward Perry.
She was survived by her son, Patrick James Yelladay, and daughter, FeliciaMonic Lynn Yelladay as well as her grandchildren, D'Andre James Yelladay, Marquis Jordan Yelladay, Johnathan Britt, Javon Thamos Yelladay, Patrick James Yelladay II, Dhasia Brown, Tyra Ann Yelladay, Jaidlynn Medina, and Raelyn Lavonne Richards.
And multiple nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Lucy was a single mom of two and worked multiple jobs that all geared toward helping people. She lived with her daughter before COVID and was at Richmond Beach Rehabilitation Center before her passing. She enjoyed making things whether it be by sewing blankets, making basinets for baby showers, or baking fudge she swore everyone loved and couldn't live without. Lord knows my kitchen was always full of baking goods around Christmas time so we always had to eat out since there was never anywhere to cook. Course kids would get full off the stolen goodies grandma made so it wasn't too expensive. When she wasn't baking or sewing a blanket or something, she was playing bingo, there wasn't a bingo anywhere that she didn't like. When she was in Shoreline it was hard for us to go see her often but she had her friends, was active in the activities they provided and she was able to see one of her brothers more often than she had before. We are grateful for that.