OBITUARY

Annetta Lang Belvin

November 30, 1956September 12, 2020

Celebrating the life of Annetta Lang Belvin, born on November 30, 1956 in Abilene, Texas. She is the daughter of Harlan and Lynn Lang. She was the first of four children. Annetta attended Pomeroy elementary, Southmore Jr High and graduated from Deer Park High School. After graduation she began working in a clerical position with Anheuser Busch where she worked for 10 years. She then moved over to Vam Drilling to finish out her working career. Due to diabetes and the onset of renal failure she was no longer able to work. She battled poor health including dialysis for the past 5 years.

Annetta was very active on the Tiffe Football Board for several years as her son played little league football. She also served as a volunteer for many years at the Pasadena Rodeo and BBQ cookoff.

Annetta was a huge fan of Brad Paisley, comedy albums, and an avid reader especially James Patterson. She loved to crochet and needle point. She always said the birth of her son was her greatest moment. She loved to travel and loved friends, especially her beloved friend Bernard Dunlap, a close friend for many years.

Annetta is preceded in death by her father Harlan Lang and Sister Sherrie Yarbrough. She leaves behind to cherish her memories to her son Travis Belvin, mother Lynn Lang, brothers Ricky and Denny Lang, granddaughters Kaylee and Hannah Belvin, and many loved nieces and nephews and friends.

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Stephanie Leisinger

September 18, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear about this! She was an amazing woman! I’ve known her since I was a little girl! She gave me the nickname Peanut! You will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with you and and the family!

Love Peanut!

Stephanie Leisinger

Byron Fortson

September 18, 2020

Annetta was in charge of the cousins when we were together and she made that very clear! I will remember her as loving and kind spirited.

Karen Gonzales

September 17, 2020

I will cherish the memories of our time together and will miss you deeply my dear friend. May you rest in peace. My deepest sympathy and love to the family.

Karen Fortson

September 17, 2020

I will always remember her friendly smile and vivaciousness. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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