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Jim, Sherry and Conner Jelliff posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 10, 2017We are still in shock of all of this. The past couple of months things were crazy and a roller coaster ride. I looked forward to coming to visit you and to make sure that things were taken care that Sherry and I could guide you through. Walking in and hear "Jimmy, it's about time that you came, you said that you would be here at 10am (and arriving at 10:20am). The phone calls that you made and left messages on my voicemail that you needed some cigarettes because you were all out and catching hell because I didn't answer the phone and that you received my voicemail. To telling me that you loved our van because "Jimmy lets me smoke in here and that you were able to get into the van". Our van rides to where you needed to go and yelling at the people walking down the street because they were not dressed appropriately for the weather. These memories will last in my heart forever. You were a person that lived life to the fullest and didn't care what anyone thinks. You will never be forgotten down here on earth. Although we know you are kicking Uncle Don's butt because he left you here on earth but giving him a hug because you missed him. Putting Butchy and Billy in place because you haven't seen them in a few years. Aunt Annabell, you were a twinkle in my sons eyes, he enjoyed watching Golden Girls to your talks during your breathing treatments and the laughs and giggles from the conversations. You yelling at me because I needed to let him be a kid. He will always have those great memories. Sherry enjoyed going to Goodwill to find deals for the items that you were looking for. To the red shirts that she bought you and told her that you looked sexy but also reminded her that you were not looking for another man. We want you to know that there was never a dull moment while spending time with you. RIP Aunt Annabell you will be greatly missed and until we meet again!! We love you!!
Debbie Jelliff lit a candle
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Ruthi Schmitt posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 9, 2017Annabell was a very loving person. She will be miss by many. Now you can rest and be with the love of your life.
The family of Annabell Folnsbee uploaded a photo
Tuesday, May 9, 2017