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Annie Jewel Pool

Born: 11/15/1924, Howe, Texas
Death: 9/12/2009, Moab, Utah
Service: 09/16/2009, 11:00 am, Spanish Valley Mortuary
Interment: 09/16/2009, 12:30 pm, , Sunset Memorial Gardens

ANNIE JEWEL BOUNDS POOL passed away on September 12, 2009 at the Allen Memorial Hospital Extended Care Facility. Annie, a nine year resident of the facility, had many friends among the staff and residents. She was born November 15, 1924 in Howe, Grayson county, Texas, the oldest child of Andy V. and Urney Dee Bounds The first of her family to complete high school, she graduated from Sherman High School, Sherman, Texas, class of 1942. She married the love of her life, Sidney Melton Pool, son of Andrew and Myrtle Pool of Denison, Texas on October 20, 1943 in Sherman, Texas.

She spent her life with Sid traveling all over the western states as they raised their family. They settled in Moab, Utah in January of 1961. She was a seamstress by trade and specialized in alterations, offering this to her customers at the Towne House dry cleaners in Moab at which she worked and then later owned in the late 1960’s. Annie’s devotion, next to her family and her church, the Community Baptist Church, was service to the community. She served on many committees and organizations. She was a member of the Moab Literary Club for over thirty years, serving in every officer ship in the club and awarded runner up for Club Woman of the Year for the state of Utah in 1982 and 1990. Her other civic organizations included Allen Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, League of Women Voters, Democratic Party, Business and Professional Women (BPW Woman of the Year in 1990) and Retired Seniors Volunteers. For many years she taught exercises classes at the Senior Citizens Center and also at the Extended Care. She was an election judge who never missing an election. Her many personal hobbies included knitting, macramé and sewing clothes for her children and grandchildren.

She is survived by two sisters, Mary Harrison of Plano, Texas and Alice Hartman (Richard) of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and one brother, Wesley Bounds (Nancy) of Oklahoma; two daughters, Linda Anderson ( Meredith) of Elk Ridge, Utah and Delores Butcher of Moab,Utah; five grandchildren, Mark Moore(Jolene) of Las Vegas, Nevada, Cydney Hymas (Wayne) of Moab, Utah, Nikki Jeffs (Justin) of Price, Utah, Kristi Sandgren (Jacob) of ElkRidge, Utah and Tony Anderson of Bullfrog,Utah and nineteen great-grandchildren.

Annie was proceeded in death by her husband Sidney, her parents Andy and Dee Bounds and three brothers Cliffford, Wilbert and Billie Jo Bounds

Viewing was at 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 15 and services were Wednesday, September 16 at 11:00 a.m. at Spanish Valley Mortuary. Pastor Keith Van Arstdol conducted the services. Internment was in Sunset Memorial Cemetery next to her husband Sidney.

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