Funeral services for Lenora Annabelle Wisdom will be 10 a.m., Monday, April 28, at the South College Church of Christ. Officiating will be Lloyd Coppedge.
Pallbearers are Reuben Garner, Alex Garner, Blaine Garner, Andy Hahn, Derek Hahn and Mike Duckworth. Honorary pallbearers are Wesley Hahn, Jason Hahn, Danny Hahn, Mike Hahn, Donald Hahn, Paul Hollinsworth, David Hollinsworth and Chris Hollinsworth. Interment will be held in the Mollie Field Cemetery under the care of Green Country Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at tahlequahfuneral.com.
Lenora Annabelle Wisdom was born May 3, 1920, at Lowrey, near Tahlequah, to Wesley Taylor and Emma (Brown) Weaver. Annabelle departed this life Tuesday, April, 22, at the age of 93 years 11 months and 17 days.
On September 6, 1938, she married Lawrence Earl Hahn in Cloverdale, Calif.. Four children were born to the union: Norma, Donald, Janet, and Larry. Entering ten wonderful years of marriage, Lawrence was killed in a truck accident in the mountains near Cloverdale.
Annabelle and the children then returned to Oklahoma in 1948, where she attended Beauty College in Muskogee. She then settled in Tahlequah and worked as a beautician for 53 years.
In 1950, she married Fred Earl Coldwell, a farmer and rancher of the Combs Community, adding a daughter Carolyn to the family. Lenora had 45 happy years of marriage, as Fred preceded her in death in early 1995.
Later that year, she married Solus D. Wisdom, a retired farmer and rancher in Tahlequah. In September 2005, Solus left here to be with the Lord.
Annabelle was a faithful, dedicated member of the Church of Christ in Tahlequah.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Wesley and Emma Weaver; a daughter, Norma Duckworth; infant baby brother, Jack; and her sister, Lucille Maloney.
She is survived by her children, Donald Wayne Hahn and wife Jane of Broken Arrow, Janet Ruth Purvis and husband Mickey of Houston, Texas, Larry Raye Hahn and wife Kathy of Tahlequah, Carolyn Guiterrez and husband Jim of Claremore; along with numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.
Annabelle will be remembered for her kindness, her humorous attitude and quick wit and, most of all, her love of the Lord. She will be extremely missed by her family, friends and loved ones.
Green Country Funeral Home, 203 S. Commercial Road, (918) 458-5055.