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Ann Marie Babbitt

September 8, 1941 – January 18, 2022


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Ann Marie Babbitt, 80, of Miami, Oklahoma, passed away on January 18, 2022 in San Tan Valley, Arizona.  She was born in Commerce, Oklahoma, on September 8, 1941, to Roy and Laveta Kelly.  During Ann’s working years she was a Department Manager at Wal Mart.

She was the mother of one daughter and three sons, Janet Marie Babbitt (deceased), William Ray Babbitt, Roy Michael Babbitt, and Bryan Russell Babbitt, and the proud grandmother of seven grandchildren; Brandon (deceased), William, Kevin, Joshua, Stephen, Zachary, and Ashley.

Ann lived in Arizona for over 50 years. She also lived in Oklahoma, Florida, and Virginia. She enjoyed crocheting, walking, and watching movies. She also enjoyed singing and was a member of Sweet Adalines, an all-female chorus group founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for several years. Ann loved dogs, bunnies, butterflies, and birdhouses. She was thoughtful, kind, and funny. Many people described her as a “pistol” and a “hoot” because she did not have any problem saying what she thought. Her candor and sense of humor will be greatly missed, and memories of her will always bring a smile.

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5 responses to “Ann Marie Babbitt”

  1. Bryan says:

    Miss you mom…

  2. Roxanne says:

    I am very sorry for your loss, I know this is a difficult year for you and the family loosing both your sister and your mom.
    Janet was a very good friend of mine may they both Rest In Peace

  3. Shona Babbitt says:

    She used to dress up for Halloween with us. Because she was so small she could fit into the Halloween costumes and nobody ever knew she was a parent. She always had an endless supply of Kool-Aid when I was growing up. She used to buy the generic soda and tell us how it tasted like the real thing. We didn’t know any better we didn’t have much of the real thing. She used to make the best gravy. I asked her order secret was. And she showed me an envelope which she made gravy out of. I laugh so hard. After all those years that was the secret. Don’t get me wrong she knew how to make it from scratch also. If there was a shortcut to be had she’d find it.

  4. Elaine Irvin says:

    Ann was a dear friend of mine. I have known her since the sixties. Our families had many wonderful Christmas and Thanksgiving gatherings. We went for long walks , bowled on a team together, floated the Illinois River, and had many shared interests. She was a loving Mother and good friend. She will be missed by all of us.

  5. Elaine irvin says:

    Ann and I have been friends since the sixties. Our families spent many holidays together, floated the Illinois River, and enjoyed quiet walks in the neighborhood. she was a terrific cooks and caring mother. She is missed by all of us. Rest in peace, Ann.

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Ann Marie Babbitt

September 8, 1941 – January 18, 2022


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Ann Marie Babbitt, 80, of Miami, Oklahoma, passed away on January 18, 2022 in San Tan Valley, Arizona.  She was born in Commerce, Oklahoma, on September 8, 1941, to Roy and Laveta Kelly.  During Ann’s working years she was a Department Manager at Wal Mart.

She was the mother of one daughter and three sons, Janet Marie Babbitt (deceased), William Ray Babbitt, Roy Michael Babbitt, and Bryan Russell Babbitt, and the proud grandmother of seven grandchildren; Brandon (deceased), William, Kevin, Joshua, Stephen, Zachary, and Ashley.

Ann lived in Arizona for over 50 years. She also lived in Oklahoma, Florida, and Virginia. She enjoyed crocheting, walking, and watching movies. She also enjoyed singing and was a member of Sweet Adalines, an all-female chorus group founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for several years. Ann loved dogs, bunnies, butterflies, and birdhouses. She was thoughtful, kind, and funny. Many people described her as a “pistol” and a “hoot” because she did not have any problem saying what she thought. Her candor and sense of humor will be greatly missed, and memories of her will always bring a smile.

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5 responses to “Ann Marie Babbitt”

  1. Bryan says:

    Miss you mom…

  2. Roxanne says:

    I am very sorry for your loss, I know this is a difficult year for you and the family loosing both your sister and your mom.
    Janet was a very good friend of mine may they both Rest In Peace

  3. Shona Babbitt says:

    She used to dress up for Halloween with us. Because she was so small she could fit into the Halloween costumes and nobody ever knew she was a parent. She always had an endless supply of Kool-Aid when I was growing up. She used to buy the generic soda and tell us how it tasted like the real thing. We didn’t know any better we didn’t have much of the real thing. She used to make the best gravy. I asked her order secret was. And she showed me an envelope which she made gravy out of. I laugh so hard. After all those years that was the secret. Don’t get me wrong she knew how to make it from scratch also. If there was a shortcut to be had she’d find it.

  4. Elaine Irvin says:

    Ann was a dear friend of mine. I have known her since the sixties. Our families had many wonderful Christmas and Thanksgiving gatherings. We went for long walks , bowled on a team together, floated the Illinois River, and had many shared interests. She was a loving Mother and good friend. She will be missed by all of us.

  5. Elaine irvin says:

    Ann and I have been friends since the sixties. Our families spent many holidays together, floated the Illinois River, and enjoyed quiet walks in the neighborhood. she was a terrific cooks and caring mother. She is missed by all of us. Rest in peace, Ann.

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