OBITUARY

Annie Louise Steiger

February 10, 1933August 30, 2018
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Annie Louise Steiger passed away in her Oklahoma City home on Thursday, August 30, 2018, surrounded by her family. She touched the lives of many with her gentle, loving spirit.

Annie was born in Powder Springs, GA, to William and Ordress Hallman and graduated from Capitol Hill High School, Oklahoma City, OK.

Annie enjoyed a long career as an Executive Assistant at Liberty National Bank. After retiring, she continued her career at Hogan Information before departing from there to devote her time fully to her family and volunteering with the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

Annie is survived by her loving children Rebecca Buckley (Mike) of Oklahoma City, Paula Mikes (Doug) of Moore, Timothy Steiger (Penny) of Broken Arrow; adoring grandchildren Christie Ramsey (Ray) of Wichita, KS, Brandye Taylor (Paul) of Moore, Rhiana Taylor (Brian) of Roswell, NM, Michelle Buckley of Dallas, TX, Doug Mikes (Kristen) of Oklahoma City, Stephanie Schmidt (Lance) of Oklahoma City, Nichole Buchholz (Craig) of Oklahoma City, Michelle Guile (John) of Broken Arrow, Derek Steiger of Oklahoma City, Rhonda Pattison of Broken Arrow, Stephanie Steiger of Midwest City; devoted sister Dorothy Hearn of Oklahoma City; dear great-niece Amy Hearn of Oklahoma City; and 21 precious great-grandchildren. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Cecil E. Steiger; children, Mark and Robin Steiger; father and mother, William and Ordress Hallman; and nephew, David Hearn. Annie was a loving, devoted mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother who served faithfully for many years at Del City Christian Church and Western Oaks Christian Church and a number of other charities. Her generous, warm spirit welcomed everyone into her home and family, and she will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

  • DONATIONS

  • Hereditary Neurological Disease Centre

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, September 3, 2018
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Annie Louise Steiger

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