She was born March 10, 1928, in New Haven, daughter of Jessie, Sr., and Lieulo (Cunningham) Roush.
On June 7, 1946, in Pomeroy, Ohio, she was married to Aaron D. Grady, who preceded her in death on November 10, 1997.
For seven years, she worked as an equipment handler for Purdue University. She enjoyed collecting Mickey Mouse items, in addition to playing card games, doing puzzles and watching football and NASCAR.
She was preceded in death by her husband; one brother, Jessie Roush, Jr.; and one sister, Neva Clark.
She is survived by four sons, Earl (Cathie) Grady of Brookston, Ind., Floyd Grady of Lafayette, Ind., Keith (Sarah) Grady of Rossville, Ind., and James Grady of Columbus, Ohio; five daughters, Orvilla (James) Helms of Delphi, Ind., Anita Jenkins of Alabama, Kathleen (Stan) Roberts of Lafayette, Ind., Regina Grady (fiancé, George Bolden) of Lafayette, Ind., and Melissa Hall of West Lafayette, Ind.; three sisters, Eileen Foreman of Laurane, Ohio, Verla Harrah of Mason, and Marlene Fields of Hartford; five brothers, Oscar Roush of Mason, Arnold Roush (Mary) of Louisiana, Edwin (Jane) Roush of Letart, Blaine (Janice) Roush of Fla., and Randle (Judy) Roush of Ohio.
Services will be held Friday, March 5, in Lafayette, Ind. You may light a candle of hope in remembrance of Anna by visiting www.fisherloy.com.