AnnaBelle Mary-Frances Peck
June 14, 1995 – December 17, 2021
AnnaBelle Mary-Frances Peck, 26, of Monroe, was called home by God on Friday, December 17, 2021.
Born June 14, 1995, AnnaBelle was born to Timothy and April (Besey) Peck. She attended and was part of the first graduating class of the Monroe County Middle College Program. After graduation, she went on to attend the University of Alabama. AnnaBelle worked for the family business, Jim’s Towing, after moving back to Monroe. She was a member of Oaks of Righteousness Church here in Monroe.
Anyone lucky enough to know AnnaBelle, knew her huge personality, infectious laugh, and big heart. AnnaBelle had such a large spot in her heart for helping others, always lending a hand to anyone who needed it. She loved to babysit for her family and friends. AnnaBelle cherished her cats, Allen and Ernie. She loved her car, Hank the Hemi. AnnaBelle loved iced coffee, going to many places all over town to try them all.
AnnaBelle leaves behind her parents, Tim and April; siblings, Forrest Peck II, Gabriella Peck, and Cheyenne King; grandparents, Donalda “Sue” Cupp, Jeannie Peck, Wendell Cupp, and Linda Peck; Aunt Judy (Kevin) Prost, Aunt Carol Craine, Uncle Bill (Dawn) Cupp, Uncle Dan (Mercedes Peterman) Peck, Aunt Melania (Tom) Stroud, Aunt Tina Younglove, Aunt Jennifer Afonica, Aunt Maria Afonica, and cousin, Nino (Marcy) Afonica.
Her Granddaddy, Forrest Peck, and baby nephew, Forrest Peck III, welcomed her home with open arms.
Family and friends may visit on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 from 2pm to 8pm at Rupp Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at 11:30am at Rupp Funeral Home with Pastor Heather Boone officiating.
Memorial contributions in AnnaBelle’s memory are suggested to Oaks of Righteousness.
Favorite memories of AnnaBelle and words of comfort to the family may be shared through the funeral home website, www.ruppfuneralhomeinc.com.