OBITUARY

Annie Marie Parrish

October 27, 1920August 22, 2018
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Annie Marie Parrish, 97, of Webster, passed away on Wednesday, August 22, 2018. Annie was born on October 27, 1920, in Corrigan, Texas, to the late Alma and Paul B. Wild.

Annie is preceded by her parents, her husband Joe E. Parrish, and 2 brothers and a sister.

Left to carry on Annie’s memory is her children Charles Jones and Barbara Shepherd, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.

Annie will be remembered for the love she had for her family. She was an avid gardener and grew some of the most beautiful flowers. She volunteered her time at Ashbury Methodist Church, helping with the Women’s League and other various activities. Most will say that Annie had a quick wit about her; she will be dearly missed.

  • FAMILY

  • Paul B. Wild, Father
  • Alma Wild, Mother
  • Joe E. Parrish, Husband
  • Charles Jones, Son
  • Barbara Shepherd, Daughter

Services

  • A Gathering to Share Memories of Annie Monday, August 27, 2018
  • A Celebration of Annie's Life Monday, August 27, 2018
REMEMBERING

Annie Marie Parrish

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Richard Paul Wild

August 27, 2018

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Richard Paul Wild

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Aunt Annie loved a good cup of black coffee. Her favorite cake or pie was coconut. She loved to cook and entertain. Aunt Annie loved working in her yard, mowing, planting and displaying her beautiful flowers.
When she lived in Beaumont, she would always say "Come when you can" . . . . and we truly enjoyed visiting with Aunt Annie. Since the late 1980's when we bought a home in Houston, we would have many a holiday dinner with our Aunt Annie; Easter, Birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Mother's Day or out for "Mexican Food" .
Aunt Annie was always energetic, hard working and helpful. At 90 years old she would be in our kitchen washing dishes and no one could budge her away from that sink! She would always insist on bringing something over for the dinner - always more than willing to do her share and taught Maxine how to cook some "Southern style" dishes, as Maxine was a Canadian, not familiar with okra, corn bread stuffing and more!
Aunt Annie loved the farm in Corrigan so very much. We spent as much time as we could at the farm enjoying a slow summer day with Aunt Annie, Gary Gene & Kelly and family, our children and grandchildren, Barbara, Charles and others.
We have missed that so very much and we will continue to miss our Aunt Annie and all the warm friendship she shared with us. In Loving Memory from Richard Paul and Maxine.

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