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Annette “Annie” DooLittle
September 6, 2022
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On Tuesday, September 6, 2022 Annette (Annie) DooLittle, born 02/14/1961, passed away at Albany Med hospital in Albany, NY. She was loved by many and touched the hearts of family, friends and even strangers as she worked selling and buying antiques for over 20 years alongside her best friend and partner William Tartaro
William and Annette shared two children together, Allysa and William Jr. She lost her oldest son Anthony Davis in 2015 , whom she loved dearly. Her remaining living children are Trufless , Rodnay Jr , Ginger, Dawn, Jennifer, Rick II, Jonathan, Allysa and William Jr. She had several grandchildren and great grandchildren. She found great joy in gifting them toys or other items that couldn't be found in any toy store. She was always finding something new and fun while working in her store or old house clean outs from her business. She loved her family and was very outgoing . Over the years she had countless get-togethers and parties while always making sure that there was more than enough food for all. With her love for people and big personality this meant everything to her. It brought her happiness and joy to see others happy and she will be missed.
Calling hours will be at Faith Baptist Church located at 7312 Van Buren Rd, Baldwinsville, NY 13027 on 9/10/2022 from 4pm-6pm with a service to follow.. Burial will be at Pine Plains Cemetery located at 465 Peck Road Sullivan, New York on 9/12/2022 at 1pm.
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