Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry for your loss. Annabelle was such a kind and sweet lady. So glad I had the opportunity to visit with her on her last birthday!

Posted by Wendy Anderson - Marine on St Croix, MN   January 08, 2013

It was such a joy to interact with Annabell when I worked. I especially enjoyed having tea with her and listening to her many stories about what life was like many years ago. Her stories were always rich with many memories. What an incredible, remarkable and outstanding lady. I am honored to have known her. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Posted by Liz R. - Blue Earth, MN   January 08, 2013

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

Posted by Bam and Lorna Midthun - Sioux Center, IA   January 08, 2013

Loraine, Raymond & Families We offer our condolence. I always thought of her as a personable, inteligent and outstanding lady. Don Bosma

Posted by Don & Martha Bosma - Avon, IN   January 08, 2013

It was a complete honor to get to know Annebel! I think she was a remarkable woman and someone who was looked up to by many She will never be forgotten!

Posted by Shawn    January 08, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with all your family as you mourn the physical loss of this sweet lady. I always so enjoyed visiting with her; her memory was so sharp and her interest in the world so current. She will be missed, but I hope it's comfort to you to know she's at long last again with her beloved Norman and in the arms of her Lord.

Posted by Pr. Pat Hinkie    January 07, 2013

It was a real treat to interact with Annabel again as she was my Sunday School Teacher when I was a girl. A charming woman of faith and strength of character who was kind to everyone. What great memories you must have ~ I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Barbara Pearson - Blue Earth, MN   January 07, 2013