Annabell (Points) Bloomer

On Nov. 30, 2007 a gentle, loving spirit left this world to be with the Lord and her beloved husband. Annabell (Points) Bloomer was in Wenatchee with her family by her side.

Annabell was born in Stone County, Missouri. on Dec. 11, 1916 to Wes and Arvilla Points; she was one of seven children. Annabell grew up on the family farm in Crane, Missouri. On Sept. 28, 1940 she married Ralph V. Bloomer of Galena, Missouri where they farmed in Stone County until they moved to Oroville.

Annabell worked in several of the apple warehouses. She and Ralph dedicated 40 years of singing ministry at North Valley Nursing Home, but her true calling was to be a Sunday school teacher. She taught the children of the Oroville Pentecostal Church of God for over 40 years and she taught her own children and grandchildren of the grace of the Lord. Annabell’s message was Glory to God, peace, love one another and keep your family close. She was known to be a virtuous woman.

Annabell was preceded in death by her husband Ralph, a baby daughter, her parents, two brothers: Lee and Bert, four sisters: Beatrice, Hazel, Aldene and Bessie and one grandson, Shawn Frazier.

Annabell is survived by her two sons, Ronnie (Joyce) Bloomer of East Wenatchee and Lonnie (Cindy Dickerson) Bloomer of Tonasket; three daughters, Bonnie (Duane) Morris of East Wenatchee, Peggy (David) Kloth of Pasco and Vonetta (Alan) Wolleat of Kennewick. Annabell was blessed with many grandchildren and great grandchildren; one niece, Carolyn Frakes of Arizona; one cousin, Mary Custer of Aurora, Missouri; and numerous nieces and nephews.

The service was held in the Pentecostal Church of God in Oroville on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 11 a.m. with Pastor Claude Roberts officiating. A graveside service followed at Oroville Riverview Cemetery.

Bergh Funeral Service of Oroville in care of arrangements.

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