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Annabette Bennett (Edmiston)

Annabette Bennett passed away on Friday, August 1, 2014, at the age of 57 years. She was born on November 30, 1956, in Houston, Texas, to George Grant Bennett and Ruth Ann Brown Bennett. She has made Katy her home for the past 31 years, where she was an active member at Parkway Fellowship Church. She is survived by her daughter, Leah Edmiston; son, Daniel Edmiston; grandchildren, Ashley Treece, Caleb Treece, and Noah Edmiston; significant other, Byron Walters; sister, Cathy Patterson; as well as other loving family members and friends. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5, 2014, at the Schmidt Funeral Home Chapel, in Katy, where funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 6, 2014, with Pastor Adam Jungeblut officiating. Interment in Katy Magnolia Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial contributions be made to World Vision, P.O. Box 9716, Federal Way, Washington 98063, or to the KSBJ Christian Radio, P.O. Box 4303, Houston, TX 77210-4303.Annabette Bennett



 
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04/28/15 09:11 AM #1    

Florence Elizabeth White (Ritchie)

I was hoping to see Annabette at the next reunion.  So sad to have lost such a lovely girl.  I remember working with her on Once Upon A Mattress, and how much fun we had.   She played Fred, and it was like the part was written just for her!  

She's also the one who turned me on to the phenomenal salad dressing at Pizza Hut, where we would sneak off every so often for lunch.   

Annabette was so fun-loving and hilarious!   The world is a little colder for not having her in it.   Thank you for being my friend, Annabette, and sharing a little of your life with me.   You will always be remembered fondly.  I will honor your wishes and send a donation to KSBJ in your memory.   

Florence White Ritchie


04/29/15 02:38 PM #2    

David Marion Wilkinson

That was a gracious and very moving tribute in honor of your friend, Florence.  


04/29/15 05:23 PM #3    

Catherine Lee Ryan (Chance)

That was beautiful, Florence.  I remember her sense of humor.  We had a math class together and I had no idea how funny she was until she and I got in trouble for talking.  Neither one of us had said a word but because of that, became friends.  God bless Annabette and her family.


04/29/15 09:35 PM #4    

Jill Edwall (Berkel)

Thank you for posting, Florence.  I had no idea.  I also remember Annabette as a fun and warm person.  So saddened by the loss of her.  God rest her.  Our loss indeed.


04/30/15 12:17 PM #5    

Karen Swenson (Willrodt)

Annabette and I were friends in 3rd and 4th grade until we moved away and when we returned to Texas, I was so happy to see we were in the same HS, but we never had any classes together, so kinda lost touch. I just loved the alliteration of her name and remember her so fondly from elementary school. She was taken too soon and will be missed.

05/01/15 10:19 AM #6    

Kyle Lancaster (Swetlick)

Florence, I also remember her in The Princess and the Pea.  She was fantastic.  On one night right before the play began, I remember the Music Teacher (can't remember her name) came on stage and told us that Annabette had just stepped on a nail, but she was going to go ahead and perform anyway.  And she was just as great as she was in every performance.  What a trooper!  She will be missed.


05/02/15 11:18 AM #7    

Linda Gates (Shinn)

I'm remember her singing in the choir with miss.brown.

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