Carolyn Norene Anson

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Carolyn Norene Anson

July 11, 1941 - October 01, 2018

Carolyn Norene (Pannell) Anson, 77-year-old resident of Waukomis, passed from this life on October 1, 2018. She was born on July 11, 1941, to Emmitt and Josie Pannell in Chester.
Carolyn lived in Chester with her family while she attended grade school at Lakeside, and then high school in Seiling.
On April 17, 1960, Carolyn was married to the love of her life, Thomas Anson, in Chester. This union was blessed with three children, Mickey, Vickie, and Trina.
In the years following her marriage, Carolyn lived in Enid from 1960-1961; Chandler, AZ, from 1961-1963; and then finally Enid from 1963-2018. During this time, she remained a dutiful homemaker tending to the needs of family and loved ones.
Carolyn enjoyed horses, Elvis, and fishing; but most importantly, she loved her family.
Carolyn is preceded in death by her parents, Emmitt and Josie Pannell; and her brother Otis Dale Pannell.
Remembering Carolyn are her husband, Thomas Anson of the home; son Mickey Anson of Enid; daughter Vickie Rauh of Mooreland; daughter Trina Wilson of Iuka, KS; brothers Eugene Pannell and Donald Pannell; five grandchildren; two aunts; nieces, nephews, and a host of loved ones and friends.
Funeral services were provided by Redinger Funeral Home of Seiling.
Published on October 2, 2018
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Thursday October 04, 2018

2:00 PM

Redinger Funeral Chapel

105 Gary England Avenue, Seiling, OK, USA

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Megan Bishop
Oct 03, 2018
I wanted to add the special memories that we had with my mom Trina and Jeff and Alysha . You always knew how to have fun and were insightful. Grandpa Anson was alongside you no matter what. We love you angel !
I drew this , I wish you could see it ! Love , Megan Bishop
Megan Bishop
Oct 02, 2018
My dearest Grandmother. Oh how I will miss you so very much. How I will miss your oneriness and your compassionate love for everyone.
How you loved my art so much. I will draw for the rest of my life in honor of your memory . Love Megan Bishop ( Your granddaughter).