Anna Marie 'Annie' Biby, 64, was born Dec. 20, 1942, passed away May 14, 2007.Preceded in death by her mother, Helen Martha Mayo; father, Virgil E. Mayo; brothers, Robert Eugene 'Bob' Mayo and Thomas William 'Buck' Mayo. Survived by sons, Gary Lynn (Melissa) Biby, Larry Gene Biby and Robert Dale (Karol) Biby; daughter, Tina Marie (Jennifer) Mayo; grandchildren, Elizabeth Ann Biby, Tracy Lynn Mayo, Martha Catherine 'Katie' Mayo, Lacey Rachelle Biby and James Cade Biby; great-grandson, Zachary Adam Kay Jr.; numerous nieces and nephews; special friend, George Salazar; and many, many wonderful friends. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, May 19, 2007, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences,

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  1. My friendship with Annie was very special. I have so many memories of the years we spent as friends. Taking trips to my parents and the times I took her to see her Aunt in Denver. The rides to and from Colo City when we worked at Total. Annie was very special to me and my family. She would pop in to see me and always have a goodie bag for my granddaughters even if they weren’t here. Ann I will miss you and our friendship more than anybody will ever know. Thanks for the laughs and being there when there were tears. You were a special one of a kind person. I was blessed to have you in my life.

  2. Tina,Tra and Katie, I am so sorry for your loss. There is nothing I can say to ease your pain right now, but if you need me I’m here. Love you all very much.

  3. Tina,Tra and Katie, I am so sorry for your loss. There is nothing I can say to ease your pain right now, but if you need me I’m here. Love you all very much.

  4. My grandma was the best grandma anyone could ever ask for! she knew how to embarrass us when the time was right and how to give us support when we needed it! i love her so much and am going to miss her!
    to my family
    i love you guys and am here for you!

  5. To my grandma, i love you very much and i will miss you very much!
    To my family:
    Mom, i know this is a very hard time for you but im here to help you get through it.
    Sister, you have always been an awsome sister and i know you loved grandma just as much as i did! If you ever need to talk you know im here for you.
    To my uncles, i love you all very much and this is a big loss for all of us thank you for sticking with us through the years and i hope this will not separate us but bring us closer as a family.

  6. im very sorry for the loss of a great mother and grandmother and i pray for the whole families loss. I’ve known Anna for about five years and she was like a grandma to me and she treated me like a granddaughter. God bless grandma and family!

  7. Mom. You were the best. We had our little tiffs, but that was to be expected cuz we were so much alike. I am going to miss you so very much. I love you with all my heart. And to Gary , Robert , Tina. I love you all.Please be strong, we all need each other

  8. We are praying that God’s comforting, unconditional love be a very present help and strength to your heart. I know you will miss your mother very much. I know she is very thankful for your love and care that you gave her. God bless you.

  9. I met Ann 2 years ago and it didn’t take long for me to think of her as a mom and call her momma. She made me feel very welcome in not only her home but her family as well. She always kept you on you toes. You never knew when you went over what was gonna happen; visit, play yatzee, rearrange, or even seal the roof :). I think that was the best part you never knew what would happen. I’ll miss that and her alot! I love you Momma.

  10. All my love to all my brothers and I hope that she is in a happier place where she can fish and enjoy the flowers and butterflies.

  11. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear mother, Anna. Please accept my love and concern to you all. Take care of each other and cherih the time you have together. I love you,
    Aunt Kay

  12. Gary and Larry,
    I wish I could be there to put my arms around you and tell you how much I love you.

    Your cousin and friend,

  13. I’m so sorry to hear about the death of Ann. I went to King Business School with her. We were friends for several years. Please except my sympathies.

  14. Tina, Tracy, and Katie:

    We are so very sorry to hear about your mother and grandmother. You are in our prayers.

    Ann Sloan-Dinkel, Jessica Sloan-Buus, and Jennifer Sloan

  15. Larry, I am so sorry to hear about your mother. May God bless you and your family. If you need something, let me know


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