April Annable

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April 6, 1945 ~ September 14, 2003

Resided in: Palos Verdes Estates,, CA

Annable, April Lee, (58), a 34 year resident of Palos Verdes Estates, went home to be with her Lord Sunday, September 14, 2003 at Little Company of Mary Hospital. April was born in Bryan, Texas on April 6, 1945, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William L. Shawler. Even though April was trained as a registered nurse, she spent her life devoted to raising her family. When her children began their own lives away from home, she developed her own real estate appraisal business, and has been active at this for the last 14 years. She is survived by her husband of 34 years, Dr. John W. Annable of Palos Verdes Estates, CA: Daughter, Teri L. Nunis and husband Todd of South Lake, TX; Sons, Jeff J Annable of Lomita, CA; John J Annable and wife Sheri of Torrance, CA.; Grandchildren; Casey, Kristen, and Gavin Nunis of South Lake, TX, John and Jessica Annable of Torrance, CA.; Mother, Betty (Conley) Carruthers and husband Gayle of Dallas, OR; Step-mother, Carole Ann Shawler of Florence, OR.; Brothers, Dr. William Shawler and wife, Sue of Boring, OR., Brian Shawler of Scottsdale, AZ., Larry Carruthers of Dallas, OR., Dan Carruthers and wife, Kerri of Eagle ID.; Sister, Candy Fisk and husband Steve of Lancaster, CA., Cindy Walker and husband Jim of Tualatin, OR.; along with many relatives and friends. Memorial services will be held at 1:00 pm Friday, September 19, 2003 at the Rolling Hills Covenant Church in Rolling Hills. A Memorial has been established in her memory for the Rolling Hills Covenant Church.

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  1. Although I only had the pleasure of knowing April for a brief time, her kindness and wonderful personality made a lasting impression. Two things about her were quite obvious; first that she had a close personal relationship with her God, and that it truly made a difference in the way she conducted herself, both personally and professionally. It was easy to see that she exuded the warmth, peace, and concern for others that were the products of her faith. I hope and pray that those who knew her will be inspired to seek and live out the same faith and Christian values which made April such a truly beautiful person.

  2. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. All our love. Jerry Donna Belitz Geraldine McCalman

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