Annette Hott, of Piedmont, OK, was born November 26, 1953 to Bill and Emma Greenfield in Tulsa, OK. After graduating Westchester High School in Houston, TX, Annette attended Houston Baptist University, and later Oklahoma Baptist University pursuing her accounting degree. She also attended Holsby Brunn Bible School in Sweden where she made many friends as they studied God's Word.
Annette married Monty L. Hott on April 22, 1978 in Bethany, OK. She worked side by side with her devoted and loving husband at the family business they started in 1988. She loved the many times they traveled together, but was especially awed by their many experiences in Alaska and Hawaii.
Annette loved to play the piano and loved to sing Christmas music, especially her favorite "Away in a Manger". She was an excellent hostess and fantastic cook. Her pies and cobblers are well known by those who have eaten and enjoyed her delicate desserts. Annette truly loved her family. Her brothers and sisters will forever remember her as the peacemaker of the family. As a child Annette enjoyed making people laugh. She accepted Jesus Christ as her savior at the age of eight and lived within "Him" throughout her life; her greatest desire was for all to come to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ; where we know she will be in his arms forever. As a result of her deep faith, Annette lived her life spreading love and grace to family, friends, and acquaintances.
Annette was preceded in death by her father, Billy Eugene Greenfield. Those left to cherish Annette's memory are her husband Monty Hott of the home, her loving mother Emma Greenfield and her brothers, sisters and their spouses: David and Becky Greenfield, Jo and Dave Anderle, Jim and Gena Greenfield, Mary Collins and Tom and Mona Greenfield, as well as fourteen nieces and nephews and fifteen great nieces and nephews.
Services to celebrate her life will be 3:00 pm, Wednesday, March 2, 2016 at Crossings Community Church 14600 Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK.
The Lord will bless and keep her forever.
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