Annie Louise Spivey

August 28, 1938 – March 13, 2020

Annie Louise McGaughey Spivey, 81, of Somerville, TX  passed away on March 13, 2020. She was born on August 28, 1938 in Freeport, TX to Will and Estaline McGaughey.

Survivors include her husband of 31 years Bobby Spivey  of Somerville, TX, daughters Shannon Smith, Shae Schoppe, grandsons Colton Hyman and Hunter Phillips, great grandchildren Miriam and Kash Hyman, sisters Frances Perkins and Paula Wadman  of Chickasha , OK,  Sherry and Gary Kersh, sister-in-law Puddin McGaughey of Brazoria, TX.

While raising her family in Brazoria County, Annie worked in accounting at Monsanto Chemical plant. During this time, she was a volunteer with the Brazoria County Fair Association. After retiring to Somerville, Texas, Annie and Bobby made many new friends. She was an excellent cook, and always had something sweet to offer. They hosted many social hours and Super Bowl parties at their home. Annie loved to dance and could be found on the dance floor on most weekends, living life to the fullest.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. Special thanks to Traditions Hospice and Kruse Village for the care our wife, mom, and Granny received.

Express condolences at


  1. I’m going to miss you forever my sweet friend. We have laughed, cried, and were there for each other no matter what. I will see you again my sister. I told you that you were gonna love me! I love you back!

  2. I remember Annie always being at Grannies (Nevada Marie Riggle). I haven’t seen her since my Grannies passing. I’m praying for her kids and grandkids and many nieces and nephews… I will cherish our memories and love her dearly!

  3. So sorry for your loss. Sending care and concern for Annie’s friends and family. She lived life to the fullest. Rest in Peace.

  4. Mom will be missed greatly. I remember all the fun we had together. Shannon was like my sister and still is. Your mom was a great person and could cook like crazy! I still remember all our times at Snug Harbor…. love you!

  5. Annie was one of the greatest ladies. Very out spoken you knew what she was thinking. But a heart of gold. Annie I have known you for many years and I am so Greatful for your friendship and the love you had for my mom Anna Mae. Rest in Peace sweet lady you are home. See you again. Shan and Shae love you both. Bobbie my love is with you at this sorrowful time.

  6. Since the 1970’s, I’ve known Annie and proud to call her my dearest friend. I’ll miss her dreadfully until we meet again. My sincere condolences to Bobby, Shan, Shae, Hunter, Colton, the McGaughey sisters, and Puddin’ and all the others who had the privilege of knowing Annie.

Accessibility Tools
construction update map

Due to the construction on S College Ave our facility is only accessible via Dellwood St. Please refer to this map for reference. Dellwood St can be accessed via Cavitt Ave and Texas Ave.

For more information, please visit the Bryan, TX website.