GLEN ROSE - Anna Lorain Line Molina, 65, passed away Wednesday, March 13, 2019.

Graveside service was held March 16 at Squaw Creek Cemetery. 

Anna, an only child, was born on Aug. 27, 1953 to Lorin and Vera Line. She grew up in Glen Rose and graduated from high school in 1971. 

She went to Cisco Jr. College, and then transferred to UT-Arlington where she earned a bachelor’s degree in drama and English and a master’s degree in social work. She worked as a mental health counselor at MHMR for 20 years in the Dallas–Fort Worth, Granbury and Glen Rose area.  She also worked at Women’s Haven and other women’s shelters.

Anna had an amazing sense of humor and she loved to joke and laugh. She was so jovial that she was voted class comedian her senior year of high school. She loved Halloween and history especially, Egyptian and the Henry VIII time period. 

Anna is survived by her daughter Ginger Cox and husband Kyle of Austin, grandchildren: Chloe, Daphne, Karrington, Trinity, and Ephraim, best friend: Jeannie Adams and husband Robert and their family of Granbury, and many loving friends.