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Annabelle Bollan

Annabelle Bollan

Veterans Funeral Care Annabelle Bollan

In Loving Memory

Annabelle Bollan, 80, of South Pasadena, FL passed away on October 4, 2007. She was born on February 25, 1927 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Edgil and Minnie Griffith Wicker. She moved here in 1993 from Valparaiso, Indiana. Before retirement she was a hairdresser. She was a member of the Christian Church.

She loved to walk the sidewalks around Pass A Grille. She loved babies and children. She loved window shopping and home decorating. Her favorite color was pink! She loved to laugh and have a good time. She loved living in Florida.

She is survived by her loving family. 2 daughters, Katheryn Bollan, South Pasadena, FL, Carolyn S. Morris, Huntington, IN, 5 brothers, Clarence Wicker, Lebanon, MO, Donald Wicker, Cedar Lake, IN, James Wicker, Pinellas Park, FL, Harold Wicker Lancaster, OH, Douglas Wicker, Winchester, IN, 4 sisters, Martha Elston, Breman, IN, Linda Allen, S. Pasadena, FL, Ann Olson, Bourbonnais, IL, Janet Schweigert, Safety Harbor, FL, 2 Grandchildren, Jennifer L. Tilden, John L. Morris, Jr., 5 great grandchildren, Kassie Humphrey, Rachel Humphrey, Alexis Morris, Timothy Morris, Katie Garlick, 1 great great grandchild, Ashlynn Snyder. Memorial services will be held at a later date.

Please contact her daughters, Carolyn or Katheryn for dates. Arrangements entrusted to Veterans Funeral Care.

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  • Jim Rudolph says:

    After meeting you both and hearing you talk about your mother, I wish I had met her! God bless you both.

  • Katrina Garlick says:

    Great Grandma was always a loving and warm person. I loved to hear her talk cause I always thought she had a really cool accent. I remember when she used to bring us kids things from Flordia. I always wanted to visit her there one day but I know in my heart that we will meet again. She was always so much fun to be around and I loved it when she used to visit at Grandma Morris’. She will never be forgotten and may her love pass on to future children of the family.

  • Mona says:

    Aunt Kathy and Aunt Carolyn, I love you both dearly and you know our thoughts and prayers are with you. Annabelle was indeed a very feisty lady who could make me laugh and was not afraid to speak her mind.

    I always thought her love of the color Pink was so adorable. But somehow, be it her clothes or home d├ęcor she always made Pink look classy! How befitting!

    Hugs and kisses to you and may God bless you and yours.

    Mona and Lou

  • Angie Hamblin says:

    Annabelle will surely be missed by me. I have known her as a friend and also one of our patients. I Loved her as my friend, one of the most courageous, loving woman I have ever known. I will miss her smile and her fiesty comments about Dr Nowacki’s singing LOL. I always knew when she was at her best when she wore her pink. She is suffering no more pain, She is with her Lord in a better place.

  • Scott & Chris Olson says:

    Sending our deepest sympathies and prayers for your loss Katherine, Carolyn, and families. God Bless

  • Arnie and Jackie Wicker says:

    Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We send our love to all.

  • Jim & Katherine Wicker says:

    To our sister Annabelle: we will miss your smiling face and your close connection with all of the family. We will fondly remember being with you on your 80th Birthday this past February. Almost all the family was there, per your wishes and our love. God bless Kathryn and Caroline in this the hardest time of their lives.

  • Traci Wicker says:

    Our Dearest Aunt Annabelle,
    What a sweet and lovely lady you always were to all of us kids HaroldandMadelines.I loved visiting you in florida we always had a good time.Just being around you in general was and always will be a happy memory for me.I know how much you loved to walk around when we came to florida and what a beautiful places you shared with me when i came to visit.Your in a better place now filled with no pain,and as it seems much to soon for us.EdgilandMinnie grandpa and granma wicker are happy to have you with them.I will always love and treasure our memories together.
    Love Always,
    Traci wicker

  • Harold Wicker says:

    God saw that you were getting tired and a cure was not to be
    So he put his arms around you
    and whispered “Come with me”
    Although we loved her deeply
    We could not make her stay
    A golden heart stopped beating
    A wonderful lady put to rest
    God broke our hearts to prove to us
    He only takes the best.

    We will miss you greatly and will always love you, for now you are our angel up above.

    Harold and Madeline Wicker and Family

  • janet schweigert says:

    with much love and affection, janet schweigert

  • Kassie says:

    I will miss my Grandma so much! Gonna miss those spring time trips to FL to visit her. I’ll never forget the time we were living with her and Rachel threw up in our bed in the middle of the night….she was so mad!! :

  • Joshua Schweigert says:

    I will always love you HONEY!

  • Donald Wicker says:
  • Donald Wicker says:

    Don and Elaine Wicker and family

  • Donald Wicker says:

    We all will miss you. You’ll see a lot of people you know. Say, hello to Stella for us.

    Don and Elaine Wicker and Family

  • mark & georgette wicker says:

    i’ll always remenber that twinkle in your eye for you always were and always shall be one of god’s angels loving you always.

  • Terry L Miller says:

    My deepest sympathy. I will keep everyone in my prayers.

  • JACK & LINDA HIPLE says:

    It was always such a joy to visit with Annabelle when she came to Carolyn’s. She would cook up a storm and WOW was everything great!
    I remember how she loved having cookouts and garage sales! She will always be a wonderful memory to us!