Church Services for Annabel Irene Bramlet, 89, of Lockney, were held at 2 p.m., Thursday, February 21, 2019 at the Main Street Church of Christ in Lockney. James Blair officiated. Interment followed at the Silverton Cemetery.
Services were under the personal care of Moore-Rose Funeral Home of Lockney.
Visitation was held prior to the service from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at the church.
Mrs. Bramlet passed from this life on Monday, February 18, 2019 in Lubbock.
Annabel was born on January 27, 1930 in Wayside, Texas to Emil William and Grace Mae (White) Schaeffer.
She graduated from Happy High School in 1947 and went on to attend Lippert’s Business College in Plainview. She married Wayne Bramlet on October 8, 1950 in the Wayside community. From this union they had three children. Larry, Carol and Susan.
Annabel or “Granny” was very active in the Lockney community. She was a part of the Lockney Library Association, and she was an active member and a board member of the Lockney Senior Citizens.
Annabel was involved in the Silver Thimble Quilt Club for 26 years, and she was one of the surviving members of the Whirlers Square Dance Club. She also enjoyed going on cruises and bus tours across North America. In 2017, she was named “Floyd County Pioneer Woman of the Year”. Annabel also coordinated the monthly birthday celebrations at Lockney Health & Rehab. She was a member of the Main Street Church of Christ.
Annabel loved her family and her grandchildren. She was an amazing woman who will be missed.
Those preceding her in death are her husband, Wayne Bramlet, her daughter, Susan Elaine Bramlet, her parents, Emil William and Grace Mae Schaeffer, her siblings, Juanita Slack, Evelyn Shipman, Melvin Schaeffer, and Fayrene Smith.
Those left to cherish her memory are her children, Larry Bramlet and wife, Beth of Lockney, and Carol Huggins and husband, Jim of Lockney, and her grandchildren, Danny Huggins of South Korea, Melanie Huggins of Elgin, Texas, Jill Reece and husband, Jordan of Lubbock, and Jake Bramlet of Lockney.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations, in memory of Annabel, be made to Lockney Senior Citizens, West Texas A&M Bible Chair, Lubbock Children’s Home, or to Main Street Church of Christ.