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Rozella Ann Hall Annis


July 17, 2019

Rozella Ann Hall Annis Passed away July 3, 2019 at the age of 77.

Rozella was Born on December 26, 1941 to Calvin James and Julia (Ethel) Kimsey Hall. Rozella, had 12 other brothers and sisters, and learned at an early age what work was all about. Her parents and Grandparents were homesteaders in Blaine County. Rozella grew up in Chinook, attending Chinook Schools. She worked in several of the Cafe's and other establishments in town, including the bakery, where she found her true talent, decorating cakes. She made wedding cakes, birthday cakes, and many special occasion cakes. She enjoyed baking and making others the center of attention. Her true passion though was her love of family, there wasn't anything, that she wouldn't have done for them.

Rozella is preceded in death by her husband Bruce Annis, Grandparents, William Thomas Kimsey, Celia Catherine Oxner Kimsey, Ira Asa Hall and Mary Belle Abel Hall, her Parents Calvin James and Julia Ethel Kimsey Hall. Brothers Calvin James "Buddy" Hall Jr., Baby James Hall, Franklin Theodore Hall, and Sheldon Ray Hall. Sisters Mary Elizabeth Hall Blake Hinrichs, Alice Ethel Hall Nivens, Eleanor Mae Hall Wilson, Isabel Julia Hall Erskine, Lola Lee Hall, and Evelyn Rebecca Hall Smith. Great Grandson Skyler James Randles.

She is survived by her Sister Kathryn I Hall Lowry Rudolph of Chinook, Brother Ira A Hall of Havre, Son Edward F Harrison of Chinook, Daughter Debra L Randles Stover of Havre, Grandson Michael L Randles and Anthony J Randles of Havre, 3 Great Grandsons Quentin, Ezekiel, and Jeremy Randles, 1 Great Granddaughter Rosalie Randles of Havre. Many many Nieces and Nephews from around the united States.

Services were held at the Kuper Memorial Graveyard at 1 p.m. on Sunday June 7th, 2019 with a Potluck Following at the Blaine County Senior Citizens Center. Many came to celebrate the life of this remarkably wonderful woman.

Please, the family is asking that instead of Flowers please make Condolences payable to Edward Harrison P.O. Box 962, Chinook, MT 59523 to help cover burial and other costs related to this sudden loss of life.



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