William-Annable-Obituary

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William A. Annable

Middleport, New York

Feb 10, 1931 - Dec 6, 2012

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When I was a student at RHCS, Bill was a teacher and coach. He always had a smile and was loved by the students. My parents were good friends with Bill's parents and I have fond memories of knowing these folks as well. My sympathies to the family on the loss of such a nice man.
Ruth Wallace Dorr - originally from Middleport, now living in Ohio

Maureen & family,

I am so sorry for the loss of your dad and grampa who had such a gentle spirit. Peace and love knowing he is in the arms of our loving Savior Jesus Christ! Prayers for you and your family.

The Annable Family,
Very sorry to read about the passing of Mr. Annable. He was my high school biology teacher, but he was also a friend of my family. We all adored him and I don't remember anyone ever having an unkind word about him. He was handsome and a gentleman with a beautiful smile who you could always make blush. R.I.P. Mr. Annable.

Mr. Annable was one of my favorite teachers! I respected him for his kindness and moral standards. He will be greatly missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

Carol and family, Sorry to read of Bill's death in the Buffalo paper. Of course he was my teacher at Roy Hart. The last time I saw him was in 2008 as he was a guest at my sister De's 50 year class reunion. I see by his obituary he led a very busy life. Sorry for your loss. Barbara (Schilling) Webb

Ross, Jeff, Maureen

Bill was a gentleman in the truest sense of the word, a "gentle man". It was a privilege to have worked with him. May the support of your friends, the love of your families and your faith in God give you the strength to accept your loss.

Bob Runk

I was a member of the Barker Central School class of '64 and remember Mr. Annable very fondly. He was a great guy and had a ready smile for everyone. My condolences to family and friends...

COACH A WAS A REMARKABLE MAN - HE SHOWED ME HOW TO COMPETE AND STILL BE A GOOD SPORT - HE SHOWED ME HIS LOVE FOR CHRIST AND WAS ONE OF THE INFLUENCES THAT LED ME TO ACCEPT CHRIST AS MY SAVIOR - I WILL KEEP THE FAMILY IN MY PRAYERS - I KNOW COACH IS ON THE FIRST TEAM IN HEAVEN

Carol & All the Annable family
Another great loss of a Johnson Creek neighbor & friend who contributed to everyone around him. He will be missed by all who knew him. Cherish the memories as they will carry you through this difficult time. Be at peace as he is at peace watching over you in God's hands. Prayers and condolensces go to you all. God Bless!

Obituaries

William's Obituaries

William A. Annable of Middleport entered into the Presence of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ surrounded by his family on Thursday December 6, 2012 at his home.Mr. Annable was born in Johnson Creek on February 10, 1931 son of the late William L. and Ruth (Costello) Annable. and he has lived in...

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