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Annie Oliver

Annie Mae Oliver

Saturday, November 9th, 1940 - Saturday, July 11th, 2020
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Obituary

Annie Mae Oliver, 79, of Benton Harbor, passed away peacefully on Saturday, July 11, 2020 at Royalton
Manor, St. Joseph.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00pm, Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at Starks & Menchinger Chapel,
2650 Niles Rd., St. Joseph.

Annie was born November 9, 1940 in Letohatchee, AL to Matthew and Lorrine (Johnson) Bennett. She
was the only child born to this union. She lived in Tennessee for several years before moving to Benton
Harbor, MI where she spent her career as a chef. Annie attended Word of Truth Ministries in Benton Harbor, MI. She enjoyed going to church every Sunday. Annie was a kind, caring, and loving person. She loved & enjoyed being an outdoorswoman, as well as fishing and shopping.

Annie is survived by her sons, Mitchell Oliver of Oak Ridge, TN; Aaron (Lucy) Oliver of East Ridge, TN;
William (Deirdre) Oliver of Oak Ridge, TN; and Michael (Connie) Oliver Of Oak Ridge, TN; 31
grandchildren, which includes two devoted granddaughters, Olivia Oliver of San Antonio, Tx and Alecia
(Robb) Lee of Benton Harbor, MI; and 24 great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James William Oliver; her parents, Matthew and Lorrine (Johnson) Bennett; and her son, Calvin K. Oliver.
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    Wednesday, July 29th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, July 29th, 2020 1:00pm
    Location
    Starks & Menchinger Chapel
    Address
    2650 Niles Rd.
    St. Joseph, MI 49085
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Effiany Jennings

Posted at 11:44pm
I am going to miss Mrs. Anne soo much, I enjoyed the times that I've spent with her over the years. She was a feisty little lady and that's what I loved about her. I would go get her out of Royalton Manor and we would have a great day together. She was like a grandma to my kids and I. We will miss you Mrs. Anne & never forget you. As you always said as we would leave, Have a Blessed!! Continue to rest in the arms of Angels.

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Lisa Laughlin

Posted at 11:22am
Over the past few months, Annie and I got to know each other a little better. I quickly learned she was a "Pepsi-holic" like me so I made sure she had a cold can of Pepsi every day. She loved hot weather and would ask to go outside when I thought it was unbearably hot. I would ask her how she could enjoy sitting in the heat and she would respond with "why can't you?" When I told her that summer was my least favorite season, she was shocked, and it showed on her face. Annie told me that one day she was going to cook me some collard greens "the way they should be cooked". I wish I could have had that experience. It took time for Annie to warm up to me but I am grateful we had the time to establish a friendship. She was funny. She was honest. She was smart. She was one of a kind. I am going to miss her. See you in heaven, Annie!
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