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Inversin, Anna

Anna Caribeth Williams Inversin was on Jan. 29, 1953 to Eugene and Ruth Williams in Des Moines, Iowa. Her family moved to Southern California in 1965. Anna graduated from John Burrows High School in Burbank, Calif. in 1971 and then attended college at Southern California College of the Assemblies of God, which is now known as Vanguard University of Southern California.

While working in the advertising department of the Los Angeles Times she met her husband to be, Daniel Inversin. They were married on July 8, 1978, in Santa Ana. To that union were born two children, Danielle and Jean Paul. The Inversin family moved to Truckee in 1991 where they built a beautiful home in the Meadows section of Glenshire.

Besides her work at the L.A. Times, Anna also worked as a pharmacy technician at Long’s Drug Store in Truckee. Anna loved helping people and in the past few years spent much time and energy sending care packages to our troops in Iraq. She was a member of Sierra Bible Church.



Anna is survived by her husband Daniel of Truckee; her daughter Danielle (Dani) Baty and her husband Brian of Reno; her son Jean Paul (J.P.) and his wife Danielle of Truckee; two beloved grandsons, Elijah and Ethan; one sister, Ruthie Shafer of Orange, Calif.; four brothers, Dan Williams of Sacramento, Jared Williams of Fort Bragg, Rich Williams of Rancho Cordova and Mark Williams of Tucson, Ariz. Anna was preceded in death by her parents.

A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Sierra Mountain Cemetery in Truckee followed by a memorial service at 1 p.m. at Sierra Bible Church, 11460 Brockway Rd., Truckee, Ca. Family and friends are invited to attend either or both services. Memorial donations are suggested to a charity of one’s choice.


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