Annabelle Barnes obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Annabelle Barnes

September 22, 1928 - May 13, 2017

Obituary


Annabelle. Our mother, our grandmother, a sister, an aunt, she was everything to so many. She was a grandma to everyone that entered her home. She always made sure they had a full belly and a beer in their hand. Her grandchildren were spoiled with the bottom candy drawer she always kept filled. She attended every sporting event for grandkids and loved to root on her Mariners. Grandma could be heard at any game shouting at the umpires and letting them know a bad call was made! She made the best fried chicken! Every family...

Annabelle. Our mother, our grandmother, a sister, an aunt, she was everything to so many. She was a grandma to everyone that entered her home. She always made sure they had a full belly and a beer in their hand. Her grandchildren were spoiled with the bottom candy drawer she always kept filled. She attended every sporting event for grandkids and loved to root on her Mariners. Grandma could be heard at any game shouting at the umpires and letting them know a bad call was made! She made the best fried chicken! Every family gathering her deviled eggs were a must! She was a waitress at heart. Her and Barney owned and ran Jams Broiler, later moved to the Chelan café where papa was a cook and grandma was the waitress out front. From there she opened and waited on tables at the Luna Park café. In retirement, she babysat for her great grandchildren. We were a family that never needed day care! She was known to play a mean hand of poker and rummy in her time. Many family memories were made at their cabin in Cle Elum. All these memories we will forever cherish and never forget. We miss you and LOVE YOU MORE!