Annette Dowdy Floyd
Annette Dowdy Floyd
Annette passed away on February 22, 2020 in Thomasville. She was born on May 28, 1938, in Albany to the late Cecil Dowdy and to the late Georgia Lois Bridges. On February 22, 1968, she married the late Jerry Floyd. In 1956, she graduated from Thomasville Highschool and later got her associate business degree. Annette worked at the Thomasville Times Enterprise, Atlanta Gas Light Company, Raytheon, and JC Penney's. Since 1992, Annette was a member of First Baptist Church of Thomasville. In her free time, she enjoyed gardening, walking and talking with her friends, and taking care of her precious little dog Cody. Survivors include her children, Allison Morse Stead (Doug) of Celina, TX, Bryan Floyd of Frisco, TX, Jason Floyd (Lauren Mang) of Portland, OR, siblings, Janette Dowdy Hodges (Jerry) of Thomasville, Allen Lloyd Shiver (Robin) of Thomasville, and 5 grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Floyd; parents, Cecil Dowdy and Lois Shiver. Friends and family are invited to visit her online memorial tribute page at www.allenfh.com.
Published on February 26, 2020

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Leroy & CINDY Phillips
Feb 29, 2020
May you REST in Peace,Our prayers will be with your family,will miss seeing you and your companion your little dog. We Pray for your family. May God Bless. Leroy& Cindy friends and neighbors.
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Cheryl Mang and all the Mang family
Feb 28, 2020
The Mang family would like to express our sincere condolences to all of the family of Annette ... Though we never met her, knowing Jason as such a kind person and gentleman, we appreciate what kind of a woman Annette must have been....may you all find solace in the memories of the time spent together...
Barbara Brinson
Feb 27, 2020
My condolences to Annetteā€™s family whom she loved and on many occasions expressed her love for her family. She was a friend and l loved her and will miss her very much. May God be near you as you go thru this time of sorry.

Sincerely,

Barbara Brinson