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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Annie Louise Rowe

1951 - 2021

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Annie Rowe, a resident of Durant, OK, and proud member of the Chickasaw Nation Indian Tribe, left this life in Durant, OK on March 14, 2021 at the age of 69. Annie was born in TX to Silas Billy and Ellen (Polk) Billy on December 1, 1951.

Annie is survived by her siblings, Wilma Brandy of Bennington, OK, and James Billy and wife Georgene of Denison, TX, nieces and nephews, Modesty Billy and Blayne Petty of Weatherford, OK, Keenan Billy and wife Holly of Marietta, OK, Amanda Shadden of Oklahoma City, OK, Ricky Shadden of Okmulgee, OK, Shelby Aragon of Ft. Worth, TX, Clint Brandy of Durant, OK, and Stacey Brandy, great nieces and nephews, Jerika Connely-Billy of Stillwater, OK, Siren Price and wife Nani of Bennington, OK, Lisa Coyle of Prairie Grove, AR, Tana Coyle of Prairie Grove, AR, Bam Brandy of Bennington, OK, Kayla Brandy of Durant, Oklahoma, Issac Brandy of Durant, Oklahoma, Madison Billy of Marietta, OK, Kallie Aragon of Ft. Worth, TX, Corbin Griffith and Silas Billy both of Marietta, OK, and many more.

Annie is preceded in death by her parents, Silas and Ellen Billy, beloved daughter, Tiffany Hicks, nephew, Ronald Brandy, and brother-in-law, Jr. Brandy.

A memorial service to honor Annie’s life will be held at a later date officiated by Olin Durant.

Services are under the direction of Holmes~Coffey~Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma www.holmescoffeymurray.com    



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Donna Hofer

March 24, 2021 10:54 PM

Miss Annie I am so blessed to call you my friend. You always seen the good in things, your laugh was contagious and you were an inspiration to many. I will cherish our friendship and the time we had together all the days of my life. You taught me so much in our time together and I will be forever grateful to you for sharing your wisdom and your family. Your light shined bright and touched alot of people. Until I see you again, Chi Hullo Li! 

Malinda Duke Whitley

March 18, 2021 6:54 PM
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Modesty I am so sorry for your loss annie was my nurse at Chickasaw clinic for a long time. You may not remember me but I am stashas mother.

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