We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Monroe
Anna Mariah Warbington was born on July 28, 1967, to the union of James Warbington and Izola Nash Warbington, in Monroe, Louisiana. Anna was called to her heavenly home on Sunday, June 6, 2022.
Anna gave her life to Christ at an early age at Zion Traveler Baptist Church under the pastorette of the late Reverend Christopher Van Rogers.
Anna went to Richwood High School, where she met Barry McFarland and they later had one daughter, Latricia Warbington. Anna later became a devoted dietician and supervisor at Schultz Cafeteria on the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Anna was preceded in death by her father, James Warbington; mother, Izola Nash Warbington; and two sisters, Sharon Warbington and Dorothy Bilton.
Left to cherish Anna’s memory: her daughter, Latricia Warbington; granddaughter, Joy Mariah Scott; sisters, Carolyn Turner, Laverne Nash, EvaBa (Abdoulaye), Laura Warbington (Calvin), and Estella Blue (Anthony); brothers, Elder James Allen Nash, Johnny Ray Warbington, and Mose Harris; special mentions, aunt, Shirley Lewis; goddaughter, Lakesha Tippit; niece, MeShaun Dixon; and friend, Evest Daniels.