OBITUARIO

Annabelle Bean Hancock

23 julio , 19225 enero , 2019
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Annabelle Wilkes (Bean) Hancock, 96, passed away January 5, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. She was born on July 23, 1922 in Mesquite, TX to William and Myrtle Bean.

Annabelle met Edward Hancock on a dude ranch. They fell in love and married on January 9, 1947. She was a member of the women’s auxiliary at the Garland Memorial Hospital. A longtime member of First Presbyterian Church in Garland. She worked for Neiman’s and Frost Brothers before dedicating to herself to being a loving wife and mother.

She loved the Lord and it showed in every aspect of her life. Mother, grandmother, caregiver, taking care of everyone was her calling and she did with a giving heart. He was loving and generous to a fault. She possessed unconditional love and made everyone feel special. There was not a person in need; she did not try to help.

She is preceded in death by husband Edward Penick Hancock; brothers: William Bean, Bruce Bean; sisters: Kathleen Moore, Violet Anne Bean; grandson Albert Varela, nieces: Carol Watters and Keirsten Head.

Survived by daughter Kathy Pinckert and her husband, Chuck, son Bill Hancock and his wife, Donna, sister Mozelle Mills and her husband, George, 12 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and special friend, Chappell Sides. Thank you to Faith Presbyterian Hospice.

  • FAMILIA

  • Kathy Pinckert, Daughter
  • Chuck Moore, Son-in-law
  • Bill Hancock, Son
  • Donna Hancock, Daughter-in-law
  • Mozelle Mills, Sister
  • George Mills, Brother-in-law
  • - 12, Grandchild
  • - 26, Great Grandchild
  • Chappell Sides, Special Friend
  • Many nieces and nephews
  • PORTADORES

  • Joshua Pinckert, Active
  • Christopher Varela, Active
  • Alexander Pinckert, Active
  • Brandon W. Hancock, Active
  • Canyon Gonzales, Active
  • Parker Moore, Active
  • Kyler Jeffrey, Active
  • Brad Allen, Active
  • Ronald Mills, Honorary
  • Robert Allen, Honorary
  • Thomas Watters, Honorary
  • Dale Ward, Honorary

Servicios

  • Visitation viernes, 11 enero , 2019
  • Funeral Service sábado, 12 enero , 2019
  • Graveside Service sábado, 12 enero , 2019

Recuerdos

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Donna Hancock

15 mayo , 2019

Dear Momma,

We just passed the first Mother's Day without you. Although we know you are rejoicing in your REAL eternal home, there is lstill a huge void in your absence. I spent most of last week thinking of you and the MANY ways you influenced my life for the better. Not only mine, but COUNTLESS others. You loved the Lord, and faithfully obeyed His commandments. Especially the one about loving the Lord your God with ALL your heart, mind, and soul. As well as the one about loving others as yourself. You impacted my life on SO MANY levels. You were a WONDERFUL example of a TRUE godly mother, wife, and friend. I owe you a debt of gratitude. Thank you for ALL that you did for us throughout your lifetime. You made this world an infinitely better place, and your absence is felt daily. You were and are loved by ALL who knew you! I know that we will be together soon, and I look forward to that grand reunion! Until then, we cherish EVERY memory!💖

Cheryl Thibodeaux

9 enero , 2019

Prayers for the family. She was a special person and I know she is rejoicing in Heaven with all those that went before. I am Margie and Leonard Crosslin’s oldest daughter. My mom and dad as well as my sister and I loved the Bean family. It was a special treat to visit when I was a child. Fond memories! Was so glad I got to see your mom, Bruce. JoAnne, Mozell, and George several years ago.

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Biografía

Annabelle Wilkes (Bean) Hancock, 96, passed away January 5, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. She was born on July 23, 1922 in Mesquite, TX to William and Myrtle Bean.

Annabelle met Edward Hancock on a dude ranch. They fell in love and married on January 9, 1947. She was a member of the women’s auxiliary at the Garland Memorial Hospital. A longtime member of First Presbyterian Church in Garland. She worked for Neiman’s and Frost Brothers before dedicating to herself to being a loving wife and mother.

She loved the Lord and it showed in every aspect of her life. Mother, grandmother, caregiver, taking care of everyone was her calling and she did with a giving heart. He was loving and generous to a fault. She possessed unconditional love and made everyone feel special. There was not a person in need; she did not try to help.

She is preceded in death by husband Edward Penick Hancock; brothers: William Bean, Bruce Bean; sisters: Kathleen Moore, Violet Anne Bean; grandson Albert Varela, nieces: Carol Watters and Keirsten Head.

Survived by daughter Kathy Pinckert and her husband, Chuck, son Bill Hancock and his wife, Donna, sister Mozelle Mills and her husband, George, 12 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and special friend, Chappell Sides. Thank you to Faith Presbyterian Hospice.