Anna Ingram Land died peacefully May 27, 2021 at her residence, the Pines at Davidson, NC. Born February 11, 1915, in Asheboro, North Carolina Anna was the daughter of John Thomas Ingram and Christianna Cranford Ingram. She was preceded in death by her husband Edward Champion Land, Jr., her brothers, Henry Louis Ingram and John Thomas Ingram, Jr and three sisters, Foy Avis Ingram, Alberta Ingram Smith and Mabel Ingram Redding. She is survived by her daughter, Christianna Land Johnson and husband Robert W. Johnson of Wilmington; and by her son Edward Champion Land of Statesville; and by her grandchildren, Anna Johnson Averitt and husband Franklin Murphy Averitt III, Allison Riordan Ingram Land, Emilie Wilson Hanley Land and Edward Champion Land, IV (Ashley), her great-grandchildren, Christianna Council Averitt, Franklin Murphy Averitt and Max Hanley Land.
After the war Anna and husband Champ moved to Lincolnton, NC where they raised their family. They were members of the First Methodist Church where both held positions of leadership. Anna particularly enjoyed her years as chairman of the Parsonage Committee. She was an avid golfer and bridge player. As volunteers with Christian Ministries of Lincolnton, Anna and Champ delivered meals to shut-ins for many years. Anna gave unstintingly of her time and energy to her family, her church and her many friends. The needs of others always came first with her. In 1995 Anna and Champ moved to the Pines.
The family would like to thank the staff of the Pines - in particular the nurses and nurses assistants of the Health Care section for their compassionate and loving care of Anna during her time there.
There will be a graveside service at the Asheboro City Cemetery, 160 W. Salisbury Street, Tuesday, June 1 at 12 noon. Pugh Funeral Home of Asheboro is handling arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Joslyn Diabetes Center, One Joslyn Place, Boston MA 02215; Hospice and Palliative Care Charlotte Region, PO Box 470408, Charlotte, NC 28247 or the charity of your choice.