Annabell Babe Vitaljic

January 01, 1970 - May 06, 2015

Annabell Babe Vitaljic

January 01, 1970 - May 06, 2015


Annabell “Babe” Vitaljic passed away May 6, 2015.
She was born October 22, 1931 in Bellingham, WA.
She married Andrew J. Vitaljic in 1948.
Annabell enjoyed game nights with friends, spending time with her family, reading, raising her children and caring for her pets. She was also an avid shoe collector.
Annabell worked for Gallenkamp Shoes in Bellingham for over 20 years.
Annabell is survived by her children JoAnn Padgett and her husband Bill, Joe Vitaljic, John Vitaljic and his partner Doug Brown; brother Bill Emley and his wife Lorraine; granddaughter MaKenna Padgett, 5 nephews and many cousins.
She was preceded in death by her husband Andrew J. Vitaljic.

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5 responses to Annabell Babe Vitaljic

  1. Your mother Ann was such a good friend to my mother in law Alice Vitaljic. Shewould always take the time while she was shopping at Macy’s to stop and talk to
    me. She would always enjoy giving me updates on her family. It was always a pleasure to talk to Ann, she was so very nice.
    I always enjoyed waiting on her at Macys and enjoyed her when I shopped at GallenKamps as well. I will miss
    her vistits.
    Denise Vitaljic (Jack Vitaljics wife)

  2. We are so sorry. We enjoyed spending time with your Mom, and she will be missed! Hugs, Hugs, Hugs!

  3. We feel the empty space next door — the space Ann filled with sweetness and kindness. It feels wrong that she’s not there. Ann, who fed the hummingbirds. and laughed at the two that warred over her bright red feeder. Ann, who enjoyed the frog chorus in “Lake Brisbane”, and the beauty of flowers. Ann, our friend. We miss her.
    Please accept our condolences.

    May God bless you during this season of sorrow.

    Ed and Marrianne Heydron

  4. One of the Sweetest and Kind ladies I have ever known.John, Joanne and Joey, your mother was the best!

  5. Cheryl Kelly says:

    Ann was a ray of sunshine and I feel privileged to have known her. Her smile and chuckles were infectious!
    We had so much fun playing Bunco and enjoying the Black Opal :) that John introduced.

    She will be sorely missed!!

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