Mrs. Anniebelle Barrett Allmon, age 90 went home to her heavenly father on January 5, 2013. Mrs. Allmon was from the Rehoboth Community and graduated from the Jackson High School and attended Louisburg College. She was the widow of the late ARM1C Wesley P. Terry, Sr. (USN) and the late 1st Lt. David L. Boone (USAF).
Preceding her in death are her mother and father, Julia Emma Grizzard and Albert Thomas Barrett
She is survived by her four children, Wesley P. Terry, Jr. and his wife Patti of Jackson, NC, Donna L. Boone of Ashland, VA, Julia B. Jenkins and her husband Barry of Garner, NC and Barbara B. McDaniel of Morehead City, NC. Also surviving are seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 1 P.M. at the Rehoboth United Methodist Church in Jackson with the Rev. Daniel Earnhardt officiating. The interment will follow at the Barrett Family Cemetery.
“Miss Annablle” was a special person. What good memories we share of growing up with her and our parents in Rich Square. Love and Sympathy to you all.
Anniebelle was a wonderful woman. Her husband Maynard Allmon and his children grieve for her.
To the Allmon family please accept my condolences on behalf your loved one Anniebelle. May you find comfort from Jesus’ word found at John 5:28,29.
Our sympathy and prayers are extended to all of you on the loss of Anniebelle. I will always remember what a lovely lady she was and her wonderful sweet smile.
Wes, Donna, Barbara, and Julie my prayers go out to you. Your Mom was a very special person and I know that she will be greatly missed.
Deepest sympathy and love.
Thinking of you all.
Anniebelle was a wonderful person,so glad to have part of her family.My deepest sympathy to her family.
we are thinking of you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Don and Elaine Honeycutt
My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. Words can not describe the friendship that Anniebelle and I shared. She stated “age is a number” and I was one of her best friends, despite our age difference. I knew from the moment we met each other, she would forever change my life. Her encouragement and beliefs made her a very special woman. She was my best friend who always thought of others first. I will never forget our long talks on the front porch, morning coffee on the back patio or just her friendly smile. She is smiling down at me and I will miss her dearly. Love to all the family–Tracey
Dear Barbara and family, It saddens me to know that you are all going through this difficult time of loss. I pray that God will comfort you by blessing you with peace, mercy, and joy. She was a lovely lady and I am honored to have known her. Love to you all, Mike and Elizabeth Deeb