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Annette Northcutt

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Annette "Annie" Marie Northcutt was born December 19, 1931 to Harold and Nellie (Cowles) Taft of Enid, Oklahoma. She went home on December 5, 2008. She graduated from Enid High School and attended the University of Oklahoma where she met her husband of 57 years, Robert A. Northcutt. She was an active member of the Chi-Omega sorority during college and spent several years as the President of the Alumni Chapter in Norman. She began her new family with the birth of her daughter Nancy and son David, both of Oklahoma City. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Harold Taft, Jr. of Fort Worth, TX, Robert Taft also of Fort Worth, TX, and her brother-in-law, James Northcutt of The Woodlands, TX. She is survived by her husband, her daughter Nancy and son-in-law, James Seely, her son David and his wife, Denise and her four grandchildren, Daniel Northcutt, McKenzie Seely, Megan Northcutt and Madison Seely, all of Oklahoma City. She is also survived by her three sisters, Patsy Brown of Enid, Judy Levy of Naples, FL, Mary Lou Bond of Bedford, TX and sister in law, Jodie Buening also of Fort Worth, TX. During her early career, Annie worked for the George E. Failing Co., Vance Air Force Base and the President of the University of Oklahoma as a Secretary and for Sabine Corporation and Southland Royalty as a Petroleum Landman. She was a homemaker & party-giver, extraordinary chef & at her death - the author of a soon to be published cookbook. She was the originator and co-founder of Classic Gourmet. Mom's greatest joy in life was her family and she devoted her life to our happiness. She was an avid gardener and loved attending Lyric Theatre. Mom loved OU Game Day as our house would fill with friends and family to eat great food and cheer their favorite football team to victory. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. We will miss her invitations to those to eat that didn't have a place to go for holiday meals. She was a firm believer that no one should ever have to eat alone during the holidays. We will miss her homemade chili and cinnamon rolls and her awesome spaghetti. Services will be 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008, at Guardian North Funeral Home Chapel, 11600 North Pennsylvania, Okla. City, OK.

Published in The Oklahoman on Dec. 7, 2008
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