She was preceded in death by her brother, Burhl Smith; her sister, Evelyn Hudson; and brothers; Homer and Charles Smith.She graduated from MT Home High School in 1951. She played basketball and was crowned Miss Norfork. She attended business school in Kansas City. She married Dr V.E. Hutcheson Jr. on February 10, 1951 and they were married until his death March 20, 1966. She then married Jack Thompson on August 23, 1967 and they were married until his death November 16, 2015.
She loved hearing her husband, her favorite preacher, preach. She served with her husband, Jack Thompson, at the Meridian Ave Baptist Church, and Mid-America Baptist Church, both of OKC, the El Vista Baptist Church of Peoria Il, and the Western Oaks Baptist Church of Bethany, OK.They enjoyed making many mission trips to Spanish Wells Bahamas, a mission trip to Haiti and a visit to Israel. For the last several years both Jack and Annabelle were members of the Calvary Baptist Church in Eufaula, OK.
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