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Annabel Converse

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Annabel Converse passed away Sept. 17, 2006.

Annabel was a resident of South Lake Tahoe for 22 years. She was born on June 12, 1958, in Texas, graduated from Porterville High School and attended Lake Tahoe Community College. She was employed with Wells Fargo Bank in Porterville and Los Angeles, Calif. She was also a manager for over 20 years at South Shore Transmission. Annabel was very active in the Women’s Moose Club, South Lake Tahoe Toy Runs, Tahoe Swim Team, and the Republican Party. Her hobbies included reading and motorcycle touring, and she loved to dance.

Annabel is survived by her husband, James Converse of Yerington, Nev.; two sons, Steven Angeles of Seattle and Scott J. Miller of Reno, Nev.; parents Adelfino and Micaela Herrera of Porterville, Calif.; brother Adelfino Herrera Jr. of Porterville; sisters Alma Herrera, Becky Velasquez, Amada (Bunny) Duran, Maribel Mota, Michelle Mota Tanguma and Cindy Melton, all of Porterville.



Annabel was a truly loving wife, mother and friend and she loved all. There will be a celebration of her life Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Elks Lodge in South Lake Tahoe.

There will be a memorial held in her honor in Porterville at a later date.



Services will be Thursday at 9 a.m. at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church of South Lake Tahoe. Interment will immediately follow at Valley View Cemetery in Yerington, Nev.

Memorials in her honor can be made to Christmas Cheer at South Lake Tahoe.


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