|Birth: ||Feb. 1, 1947|
|Death: ||Aug. 30, 2002|
Mrs. Annette Patricia Colquitt-Berry was born February 1, 1947 to the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin T. Colquitt, Sr. in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Wesley Avenue Elementary School and was a 1965 graduate of David T. Howard High School in Atlanta, Georgia.
Annette was employed by The Emory Clinic at South Dekalb, as a patient coordinator. She was also a long time employee of Rich's. Annette was one of the first black telephone operators hired by the City Of Atlanta Police Department in 1965. Most people described her as a hard worker, who was caring, loving and most dependable. She touched the hearts of many people. As a result of her contributions to her family, community and friends, may she forever continue to live in our hearts.
Her sole survivors, which includes her only child, son Mr. William H. Berry, Jr.; her husband, Mr. William H. Berry Sr; two grand-daughters, Brittany M. Berry and LaQuisha Gibbs, two sisters, Ms. Barbara J. Denton and Ms. Carolyn J. Bowden; four brothers, Mr. Allen Cook, Mr. Calvin T. Colquitt, Jr., Mr. David Colquitt and Mr. Kenneth B. Colquitt all of Atlanta. Several nieces, a very devoted niece Ms. Denise M. Smith, nephews, god children, relatives and many friends. A very special close friend, Mrs. Pamela Williams.
"Annettte, "A sister is a forever friend." Barbara J. Denton and Carolyn J. Bowden.
Kennedy Memorial Gardens
Created by: Denise Smith
Record added: Mar 10, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7253069
Ihave sad news for you, we lost David two months ago. We are so devastated
sometimes we do not know what to do.
We miss you, mother, dad and David so
much, actually we are overwhelmed. But
God will certainly see us through th...(Read more)
Added: Dec. 1, 2004
It ha almost been two years now,for MOTHER it has been two already.
We all miss you so much, wish you were
here. I know Will miss you madly, but he is doing fine. I am still playing the
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Added: Jun. 7, 2004
First I must say that I love you so much. And like I said a sister is a
forever friend. I meant that from the
bottom of my heart.
We have had some good times and some
bad times. But let me tell you the good
times certai...(Read more)
Added: Mar. 12, 2003
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