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October 6, 2022
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Annette was born to parents Bishop Clinton Love Sr. and Gloria Elizabeth Love.
She was educated in the Trenton public school system and had a knack for interior design, domestic engineering, and culinary arts.
She received her spiritual guidance from her father at Ebenezer Church of God in Christ at 121 Wayne Ave, Trenton, NJ. Known for her sass and style; Annette was a songbird and often lead many solos as part of Ebenezer’s choir. In 1988 she joined the Oakland Park Association Ensemble led by, then, Minister David Thomas. After touring the East Coast with the choir Annette became a founding member of Word to the World ministries.
It was there while befriending the beloved Cora Carmichael that a fateful phone call lead to the courtship, friendship, and marriage to Anthony Carmichael. Anthony was the love of her life. The two wed In 1997 and shared a union that lasted three decades.
Annette enjoyed being a wife, mother, and friend. Her laughs were infectious, her sarcasm was witty, and her eye for fashion was sharp. You could always hear her singing her a gospel hymn or telling someone to “Be encouraged.”
Annette was proceeded in death by her husband Anthony, her brother Anthony, her sister Brenda, and her brother Antonio.
She leaves to cherish her memory her Parents Mr. & Mrs Bishop Clinton Love Sr.; children Kevin, Darryl, and Kyzer; siblings; Bruce, Michael, Geraldine, Theresa, Gloria, Clinton Jr. , Vincent, Julia, Wendy, Richard, Henry, Angela, Stephanie, Jonathan, Stacie, and Deshawn. Grandchildren; Amber, Daryl, Ashalai, Jesse, Mackenzie, Malcolm, Kevin, Kayla, and Charley. Great grandchildren Alex, Jessy, Grayson, Kaled, and Zoe. And a host of cousins nephews nieces and friends.
Though her passing was untimely; we believe that to everything there is a season. Rest well Annette. You lived a fruitful and joyful life
Funeral service will be 11am Saturday, October 15, 2022 at Word Alive Center, 29 West Front St., Trenton, NJ, 08608. Calling hours will be 9am until the time of service. Interment will be at Colonial Memorial Park, Hamilton, NJ. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home.