Annette Lynn McDaniel-Boykin, 48
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Annette Lynn McDaniel-Boykin, of Hermanville, Miss., went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, January 11, 2013. She was born June 24th, 1964. She passed peacefully reading her Bible and spending her last moments with her husband and best friend, Mike Boykin.
Everyone who knew and loved her knew her as Annie. Her greatest joy in her life were her tow granddaughters Sarah and Libby, of Kokomo. She treasured every moment she could spend with them.
Annie had a son Patrick Corwin, of Lafayette. Her proudest and most memorable moment with Patrick was his graduation from basic training in the Army.
Annie was a proud Mother instilling gentle "God seeds" in her son along the way. She watched Patrick grow from a little boy into the fine Christian man he is today.
During Annie's life she enjoyed giving small tokens of love to those she knew. She enjoyed taking many pictures of her family, cooking, fishing, hunting, and gardening as well as many other outdoor activities.
Annie leaves behind her husband, Mike Boykin, who stood by her side through all of the fun times as well as the low times in her life. Annie never said good-bye, she always said see you soon, and I love you. She will be missed dearly by many who knew and loved her. Those who knew her are left with happy memories.
We will see you soon Annie. Rest in the Father's Arms and enjoy your new life in heaven!
Until we meet again.
She is survived by her husband Mike Boykin, of Miss; son, Patrick Corwin; granddaughters, Sarah and Libby Corwin; three sisters, Mrs. Beth Marschel (husband: Bob), Ms. Pamela McDaniel, Mrs. Kimberly Branch (husband: Dennis); two nieces; five nephews; and mother-in-law, Jo Lynn Munro.
Preceded in death by her mother, Marlene McDaniel; father, John A. McDaniel; a brother, John J. McDaniel; and a father-in-law, Sam Munro, of Miss.
For those who wish not to send flowers, a college fund is set up for granddaughter Sarah and Libby Corwin trust account at any Regions Bank.
Services to be held Wednesday, January 23, 10:30 a.m. at Bringhurst United Methodist church 1 mile south of Flora.
Flower Deliveries to be made on Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Wednesday morning before 9 a.m. at Bringhurst United Methodist church.
Published in the Journal & Courier from Jan. 19 to Jan. 20, 2013