May 28, 1946 ~ August 31, 2022

Born in: Connersville, IN
Resided in: Ingalls, IN

Annette Louise Smith (née Lunsford) accomplished her earthly journey on Wednesday, August 31st at 15:38. Annette was born on the 28th of May 1946 to Herman Charles and Cleo (née Cole) Lunsford in Connersville, Indiana.   Annette grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana.

At a young age, Annette would tippy-toe to the piano to play.   Annette was gifted with the ability to play by ear.  Her ability to play by ear led to a career in sales of pianos and organs in Indiana and Florida and included the management thereof.  Annette once said, “I never worked a day when I was selling pianos and organs.” Annette was organist for the Arabian Horse Show, held at the Pepsi Coliseum and filled in as organist at sporting events throughout Indianapolis.  Annette was also an accomplished church pianist and organist. Most recently, Annette was a Home Health Aide.

If you were privileged to know Annette, you knew love; she loved completely and without reservation. Annette loved those that did not love themselves.

Annette is survived by her daughters: Sherry Bunch, of Indianapolis, Indiana; Brianna Wheeler, of Terre Haute, Indiana; Bobbi Wheeler, of Jupiter, Florida.  Sister: Faye Seitz, of Hobart, Indiana.  Brother: Tommy Lunsford (wife Allison).  Grandchildren: Jenna Bunch and Ranee Anderson (husband Chris) both of Indianapolis, Indiana and five great grandchildren: Mason, Aurora, Marleigh, Amelia and Nova.

Annette was predeceased by: father; mother; brother Daniel Lunsford and step-daughter, Jamie Hooper.

Celebration of Life will be held at: Apostolic Pentecostal Church, 1202 E 5th St, Greenfield, IN 46140 on Saturday, September 24th at 2 PM.

Services

Celebration of Life: September 24, 2022 2:00 pm

Apostolic Pentecostal Church
1202 E 5th St.
Greenfield, IN 46140


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