Annette Funicello

Age 70


Annette Funicello, the most popular Mouseketeer on "The Mickey Mouse Club," who matured to a successful career in records and '60s beach party movies but struggled with illness in middle age and after, died Monday, The Walt Disney Co. said. She was 70. She died peacefully at Mercy...

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How much less beautiful would the world have been without you. Your grace and courage inspires me even as my heart weeps for your suffering. Thank the Lord you had a husband to love you and sufferi with you on behalf of all of us who loved and still do love you.

I'm so sorry for your all lost. I know how it feels to lose a mother. I lost my mom in 2000 when I was 3 years old. I love Disney channel I watch annette on the internet I'm a huge fan of all of the Disney stars.

Dear sweet Annette loved all your movies so very happy that the beach ones are still on TV. Sure wish I had all my Annette hard bond story books still.
Sing with the angels glad your not suffering anymore.

I grew up watching Annette from Mouseteer to all the Beach movies with Paul Anka she will always hold a special place in my heart is now 2017 and I just read about her going to Heaven but she is in a new celestial body no more sickness and singing everyday.. God bless All the family. Gloria from San Antonio Texas

I miss you so much Annette. You will always be the dearest friend I ever had. Remember my song, I sang for you, you'll always be My Annette

Vince Smith

I feel blessed to have grown up with you in my living room watching you on the mickey mouse club and all the wonderful movies you were in. Such a special person you were, A precious Angel. Love you and may you RIP dear one.

I loved you in the serials "Annette" and "Spin and Marty" on the Mickey Mouse Club. [I even read the fictional books about you by Whitman Publishing].
Won't ever forget you, and pray that you are with the Lord Jesus and His Mother Mary now, surrounded by the angels and saints.

I still miss you Annette and taking to to you. You were the dearest friend I had and I was lucky to have you.

Vince Smith