In Memory

Annabel Romero

Annabel RomeroSurvived by her husband, Ron Ross, four sons and one step-daughter.


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12/10/08 09:07 AM #1    

Vernon Cook

I had a huge crush on Annabel in our senior year but never got up the courage to ask her out. I've always wondered what happened to her since she was never at any of the reunions and she couldn't be located. So sorry to hear that she passed away. We were in Spanish class together. She was a really nice girl.

04/09/09 10:39 AM #2    

Lucinda Madsen (Craven)

Annabel really was a very nice girl. I thought very highly of her. I am also sad to hear of her death.
Lucinda Madsen Craven (one of the Madsen twins)

05/06/09 06:42 PM #3    

Marilyn Miller (Cox)

Annabel was a very beautiful person. I've thought so since 2nd grade and I wanted to be her friend, but she was also very private. I wish we knew more about her life.

06/16/09 06:14 PM #4    

Tom Stauffer

Annabel didn't say much, Her Heart and Smile did the Talking........Tom

10/05/09 11:42 AM #5    

Diane Olson (Varoz)

Annabel was a wonderful person and a great friend. I'll always remember the fun we had on our trip to Jackson Hole a few years after graduation. We lost touch after she moved to Cedar City, but I will always treasure our friendship and my memories of Annabel.

01/07/10 08:10 PM #6    

Ila Mae Osborne (Stucki)

I am so saddened to hear about Annabelle. She was one of those beautiful people you always want to get to know better.

05/25/14 07:25 PM #7    

Diane Olson (Varoz)

Here is Annabel's obituary.

Ann Ross
PRICE - Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and teacher, Ann Ross, was taken from us too soon in an unfortunate car accident on Aug. 4, 2008.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Ann was born on Oct. 14, 1950 in Taos, N.M., to Cleotilde Vigil and Amadeo Romero. On Sept. 6, 1970, she married Ronald G. Ross in Elko, Nev.; their marriage was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple on Dec. 7, 1994.
She graduated from Hillcrest High School in 1968 and later earned her associate of science degree from the College of Eastern Utah.
Ron and Ann moved to Price in 1974 and raised their family of four sons.
While residing in Price, she was employed for 25 years in the coal mining industry.
Her family was the absolute love of her life, especially her 14 grandchildren who affectionately called her "Grannie Annie."
Ann was a caring person who had a positive influence on the lives of those she touched.
She never suppressed a generous thought or deed. She was a peacemaker and a woman of unique strength and character. Should each of us be able to tear out a page from Grannie Annie's book of life and incorporate the wisdom contained therein, we would all be a better and more loving people.
Ann, you are so dear, so sweet, so beautiful, so precious to us. You are truly an elect lady and we are going to miss you more than words can express. May God be abundant in his blessings upon you.
Ann is survived by her loving husband, Ron Ross, Price; four sons and one stepdaughter, Don (Lara) Ross, Grand Junction, Colo.; Ron (Julianne) Ross, Sandy; Scott Ross, Denver, Colo.; Beau (Sarah) Ross, Coralville, Iowa; and Kari (Reed) Smith, Springville; grandchildren, Noah, Sophia, Avabelle, Lola, Eliza, Isaac, Tucker, Tilly, Ezra, Trevyn, Daryk, Danyelle, Mytchell and Mckenzy; great-granddaughter, Ryan Rae, and one more on the way. She also leaves behind four brothers and three sisters, Ben Valencia, George Gonzales, Tom and Tim Romero, Orlinda Petersen, Lillian Taylor and Irene Leyba; and many other extended family members.
Funeral services Saturday, Aug. 9, 2 p.m., Price 5th LDS Ward, 545 East 400 North. Family will receive friends Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mitchell Funeral Home, 233 East Main Street in Price, and at the church Saturday one hour prior to the service. Interment, Cliffview Cemetery, Price. 


05/25/14 07:53 PM #8    

Debbie Montgomery

Thank you Diane...

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