Annette M Tucker  November 15 1936  December 18 2020

Annette M Tucker November 15 1936 December 18 2020

November 15 1936 December 18 2020
Annette’s Obituary Annette M. Tucker Our beloved Annette M. Tucker passed from our realm and joined our loving Lord on December 18, 2020. She was born into this world on November 15, 1936 to her father and mother, Cyrus and Charlotte Carlson. She, along with her brothers Ronald and Stanley, lived her childhood in New England where she displayed her gentle nature and love for family harmony. Annette married the love of her life, Robert James Tucker, Sr., on July 9, 1958 in Marlborough, NH. She and Robert lived a full and multifaceted life for the next 62 years. She gave birth to and help raised their four sons. She was a devoted and loving mother, and helped each son to develop his own unique personality and life vision. Annette pursued her passion for helping others by obtaining her Licensed Practical Nurse certification in 1979. She then spent the next ten years giving comfort to the needy as a home health and hospice nurse. Annette had a great love for animals and owned many pets during her lifetime. These included numerous dogs, cats, birds, fish, rabbits, and hamsters. This was simply another manifestation of her gentle and caring nature. She will be dearly missed by all her family and friends. Annette leaves behind: Her husband, Robert James Tucker, Sr. Her son Cyrus Dale Tucker (Cheryl J.) Her son Robert James Tucker, Jr. (Kimberly A.) Her son Stanley Firth Tucker (LaDonna S.) Her son Ronald Eric Tucker (Linda H.) Grandchildren Her Grandson, Darian C. Tucker Her Granddaughter Elaina T. Tucker Her Grandson Levi E. Tucker Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Annette M Tucker November 15 1936 December 18 2020.

Lohman Funeral Home – Daytona

Death notice for the town of: Daytona Beach, state: Florida

death notice Annette M Tucker November 15 1936 December 18 2020

obituary notice Annette M Tucker November 15 1936 December 18 2020

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