Elizabeth Ann "Annie"
Jul 2, 1932 -Nov 8, 2011
Posted by Janet Laubhan Flickinger
She was born July 2, 1932 in
Dallas, Texas to Oscar and Aline Burrow. Ann married Charles Lynch
Coleman on November 27, 1952 and had looked forward to celebrating
her 59th year of marriage.
Ann attended Classen High School in Oklahoma City where she was voted Blue Jacket Queen and graduated in 1950. She attended the University of Oklahoma and was a member of the Chi Omega Sorority. She was one of two members of the sorority who later represented the Oklahoma chapter nationally. Her talents were numerous, and keeping her home clean and beautiful came in handy when she joined her husband in assisting him with Real Estate Sales.
Ann was the epitome of the word lovely. She was so beautiful that she was often mistaken as a sister to her daughters rather than their mother. Her inner beauty was the loveliest part of her. She gave comfort and care to animals and humans alike and never complained. She only saw the brightest side of life.
We cannot find words to express our gratitude to God for allowing us to have such a beautiful person in our midst. The world will not shine as bright in her absence.
Ann is survived by her loving husband, Charles Coleman; her devoted daughters, Lisa Schlueter (Brach), Laura Matheson (Alan) and Lynda Coleman; eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
preceded in death by her daughter, Stephanie Dunn and two
Donations may be made in Ann Coleman's name to the Alzheimer's Association, 151 48th Ave. SE, Norman, OK 73072.
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