Annabelle Bilow

MOIRA – Annabelle Ruth (Trumble) Bilow, 82, passed away at her home Sunday (Dec.17, 2017) surrounded by the love and support of her family. Arrangements are with the Flint Funeral Home Moira.

Born on June 27, 1935 in Brushton the daughter of Horace and Charlotte Yaddow. She attended Brushton High School, graduating in 1952, and was the recipient of the Balfour Key for High Honors. At one time she was employed with Warner Brothers in Malone.

On October 16, 1953, she was united into marriage with Carl L. Bilow at St. Mary's Church in Brushton, Fr. O'Brien presided.

Annabelle devoted all her life to being a caring wife, mother and grandmother. She was an amazing cook and loved having family and friends over to enjoy her meals. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Brushton, a member of the Agri-Mark Co-op; and the Franklin County Farm Bureau. Annabelle and her husband Carl operated a Dairy Farm in Moira for over 40 years. They received many Dairy of Distinction Awards. They retired from farming in 2011.

She enjoyed bingo, gardening, baking, festivals, and in her earlier years she enjoyed square dancing at Trumble's dance hall. Annabelle treasured the time spent with her many family and friends.

Treasured memories will be forever in the hearts of her husband Carl, five sons and four daughters-in-laws, Stephen (Nancy) Bilow, Wayne Bilow , Darrel (Charlene) Bilow Danny BIlow all of Moira, and Dale Bilow and his companion Melinda LeVac of Chase Mills. She is also survived by three daughters and son-in-laws; Ellen (Dennis) Jock of Brushton, Darlene (Jerry) LaMarche of Churubusco, Bonnie (Charlie) Vanderwalker of Moira and Mary BIlow of Moira. Also surviving are her grandchildren Jamie, Jaremy, Bryan, Ashley, Caitlin, Tyler, Jesse, Cody, Thea, and her great-grandchildren Hayley, Natalie, Nathan, Owen and many nieces and nephews.

A sister Avis Ghostlaw of Ft. Covington also survives her.

Besides her parents she is predeceased by a grandson Dylan BIlow, daughter-in-law Suzanne Bilow, five sisters, Frances, Trumble, Mildred Campbell, Marjorie Weegar, Rita Oakes and Violet Oakes; two brothers Thomas and Leslie Trumble,

Annebelle's wished for no public calling hours. However you are cordially invited to attend a Mass of Christian burial Saturday (Dec. 23) at 11 a.m. at St. Mary's Church Brushton, with the Rev. Raymond Moreau presiding. Interment will be commence within the parish cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the FitzPatrick Cancer Center 212 Cornelia Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901.

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