Ahrens-Dudley, Annalee

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Annalee Ahrens-Dudley of Dallas, Texas passed away on Friday, February 26, 2021 at the age of 77.

She was born in Los Angeles, California to Frank Leslie Ahrens Jr. and Hazel Ward Ahrens. She is survived by her loving husband, Richard Dudley and her daughter, Leslie Morse Casey.  She was preceded in death by her son William H Morris III.

Annalee grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and graduated from Edison High School and the University of Oklahoma.  She was very active in Oklahoma politics and civic affairs such as the Junior League of Tulsa.  Annalee served on the Tulsa Park and Zoo Boards.

Moving to Dallas, she was a faithful, generous member of the Center for Spiritual Living and for over 30 years.  Annalee joined Colonial Insurance in 1986 and received the National Association of Health Underwriters award for the most voluntary short-term disability written nationwide. She remained a continuous recipient of the President’s Club and Circle of Honors Awards and recognition for maintaining top producer status for Colonial Supplemental Insurance.  Annalee was generous, caring, and loving, always trying to help everyone.  Annalee always loved Angels, and now she has become one.  After having suffered with Parkinson’s disease for many years, she went to stay with the Lord and will be deeply and soulfully missed.  The celebration of life service will be announced at a later date.

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3 replies on “Ahrens-Dudley, Annalee”

Elaine Curtis Hooper says:

AnnaLee was a joy to know and a loyal friend. May memories of her be a blessing to all who knew her.

Donna Austin says:

So very sorry for the loss of this beautiful soul.

Lanasue & ed says:

Lanasue and Analee were insurance partners for several decades she and Richard came to Atlanta Georgia and many other locations helping employees and truck drivers with important protection. She was an electric stemwinder and loved her mission. I imagine Analee is beside St Peter enrolling all is sinners into the pearly gates of heaven. She will always be our special angel. Love, Lanasue

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