Annie Marie
Oldham


April 2, 1927 - November 2, 2018

Annie Marie Oldham of Killen, passed away November 2, 2018.  Visitation will be Sunday, November 4, 2018, from 1:00- 3:00 p.m. at Center Star  Church.  The funeral will follow at 3:00 p.m. with Brother W. L. Wallace and Brother Stan Pruitt officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.

Mrs. Oldham was a charter member of Center Star Church and was the owner of Marie’s Beauty Shop for over 56 years.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Dewey Lindon Oldham, Sr.;  parents, Archie and Mavis Snoddy; son-in-law, Frank Buttram; and siblings,Lela Dison, Reeder Snoddy, Lucille Holden, Maples Snoddy, Billy Snoddy, Bet Narmore  and Johnny Snoddy.

Survivors include her children, Lindon Oldham (Karen), Judy Buttram, and Donna Hamilton (Barry); sisters-in-law, Merle Snoddy and Nancy Snoddy; grandchildren, Roxanne Oldham (Mark Bowen), Marisa Frederick (Jeff), Joseph Brook Buttram (Miranda), Frankie Buttram, Heath Hamilton, Danon Hamilton (Crystal), and Barron Hamilton (Sommer); great-grandchildren, Hank & Betsi Bowen, Dillon Frederick,Payton Frederick, Mia Frederick,Ethan Buttram, Evan Buttram, Charlie Buttram, Khelie Buttram, Morgan Hamilton, Brady Page, Cameron Hamilton, Ava  Hamilton, Bella Hamilton, Dru Hamilton, Saydee Hamilton, Aspen Hamilton and Ransom Hamilton.



Visitation

November 4, 2018
1:00 pm

Center Star Church

Visitation

Center Star Church Killen, Alabama

November 4, 2018 1:00 pm

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Funeral

November 4, 2018
3:00 pm

Center Star Church and burial in the adjoining cemetery.

Funeral

Center Star Church Killen, Alabama

November 4, 2018 3:00 pm

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8 Comments on “Annie Marie Oldham”

  1. Donna and family, we are so sorry to hear about Marie.. She was a very special lady. always had a smile on her face..
    May God comfort and strengthen you all.
    Nancy (Riley) and Olen Johnson
    Birdie Riley Harrison and family

  2. Dearest Spooner an Karen
    We are so very sorry to hear
    Of your Mom’s passing. You
    Will be in our prayers . We want you to know it truly has been an honor knowing her. We so enjoyed being with her at Holiday dinners at Donna’s.
    She was such a lady of grace an such an example to us All.
    We bless your family with our prayers and Peace. We love you and God Bless.

    Don and Deborah Frazier

  3. Mr. Spooner, Ms. Karen, and Family:
    We are so sorry to hear about your Mom.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  4. This is a time when only the Holy Spirit can comfort this left behind family….. and loving friends sure can help ease the absence.
    I remember Mrs Oldham so very well her and my mom were friends many years ago , she fixed mothers hair for so long,mother always loved your moms personally and loved it when it was hair fixing time, to lose a mother is like no other loss but we all have to face this at sometime… mother and Marie went home in the same month forever, they are out of their pain and loving on Jesus, wow! What a time they must be having….. prayers for family… ♥️🎚♥️

  5. That is such a pretty picture of Marie. She was pretty inside and out. I have so many memories of the times spent there with Donna. I respected her the same as I did my Mother. She will be missed here but what a homecoming it will be when we all get to Heaven. God bless all of you with peace that she is at home now and she will be waiting for you. Spooner, Karen, Judy, Donna and Barry, our deepest condolences.

    Don and Mary Ann Masonia Odom

  6. Sam and Ì are so sorry for your lose. Marie was a great outstanding Lady! It’s an honor to have known her. All our Love Spooner and Karen and the rest of the family

  7. Donna, Judy and Lindon, I am so sorry. You all know Marie was one of my favorite people. She made the world a better place because she was always kind to everyone, especially my family. I don’t know how we would have survived without her. I am sorry I didn’t get to be there for all of you. I was out of the country and didn’t get home until Sunday night. I was very blessed to have grown up next to your family. I always knew that I could go to Marie for anything I ever needed. She was an exceptional and beautiful person. She will be missed. I loved her and I love all of you. Jeanne

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