She was born in Hurtsboro on July 20, 1929 to Lonnie Phillips and Lettie Pass. She was a mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother and aunt, and she will be missed by all who knew her.
She was a loving and caring single mother who worked very hard to educate her only son. Education was always important to her, and she was determined to do whatever she could to make sure her son went to school and reached his life goals. She was a warm and generous woman who would give you the shirt off her back.
Annie Mae accepted Christ early in life and joined Ross Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church located in Hurtsboro, where she served on the usher board until her health failed. She was a dutiful member and ardent supporter of her church and community. She was also a member of the Eastern Star organization.
She was predeceased by both of her parents. Her early training from both of her parents, coupled with a God-given loving spirit and a basic appreciation for life, transformed her into an outstanding individual with an extremely strong work ethic second to none.
Sister Annie Mae Pass leaves to cherish her memories her only son, Willie James Pass; one grandchild Trece Hunter (Chantel); great grandchildren Nate Adams and Taryn Hunter; one loving brother Melvin Phillips; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and loving friends.
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Hurtsboro, AL 36860
Dr. James Cobb, Pastor