Ann, also known as “Doll” was born on July 22, 1959 to Phillip Rogers and Thorma Wilcox in Maine.
Ann spent the majority of her life in Sacramento where she made lifelong friends and received her
credentials. She received her high school diploma from Sacramento High School, and received her
Bachelors in Education from Sacramento State University.
Ann was multi-talented, but absolutely loved gardening, cooking, and researching natural remedies. She
devoted many of her years as a baker, teacher, and daycare owner. Ann was known for her quirky laugh
and her constant smile. She was also known for her African attire, unique meals, and love for children.
Throughout her years, she has raised many children that weren’t biologically hers and has always kept
her doors open.
Ann spent her final hours surrounded by loved ones at UC Davis Medical Center and is survived by her
mother (Thorma Corbin), one sister (Yvonne Rollins), three brothers ( James, Michael Ely, and James
Henderson), three daughters (Teaya, Latoya, and Kamesha), and a host of grandchildren.