A Memorial Service for Aletta Hosley, 58, of Enid will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, December 31, 2020, at Trinity Baptist Church, with Jesse Johnson officiating. Cremation and services are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
Aletta was born August 5, 1962, in Vian, Oklahoma, to Orrin and Eclaudia (Trammell) Henning, and passed away December 27, 2020. She went by Annette to her family and friends. She enjoyed her life until she passed.
Annette first married William M. Hosley December 15, 1979, until his passing in 2004. She married Bryan Hiatt in May of 2006. Annette enjoyed music and watching Hallmark movies. She worked as a housekeeper until she could no longer work.
She is survived by her husband of 14 years, Bryan Hiatt; sons, Adam Hosley, William Hosley and his wife Mellisa; 5 grandchildren, Conner, Ali, Aladiss, Blayton, Noah; sister, Reda Parker; brothers, Robert Henning, Danny Henning.
Annette is preceded in death by her parents and her first husband.
Condolences to the family can be made at https://www.ladusauevans.com/.
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