Anne Randall

Obituary of Anne Durrett Randall

October 15, 1939- December 2, 2020: Anne Durrett Randall died peacefully surrounded by her family on December 2, 2020. Anne was born and raised in Aliceville, Alabama and graduated Aliceville High School in 1958. She attended Judson College and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1962. When Anne was in the 5th grade, she met her husband Jimmy Randall. They were high school sweethearts and got married on June 13,1964. Anne Randall had three major passions: Jesus Christ, serving her family, and spending quality time with friends. She carried her love, service, and joy everywhere by ministering to ladies at various nursing homes around the area. She was also an active member in WMU and various women’s ministries to spread the love of Jesus. To Anne, family was everything. Whenever there was a need, Anne was always there to serve, and to be a prayer warrior over them. Anne was truly reliable, devoted, and servant hearted. Anne had two children: James David Randall Jr. and Joseph Winston Randall Sr., who she loved and cherished deeply. Anne’s spunky attitude, joy, and constant presence made her two sons feel unbelievably loved and special. Her outgoing and vivacious personality drew many friends to her. Anne always spent time with friends and cared deeply for them. She always remembered people’s birthday’s and special occasions to make sure others felt loved, cherished, and worthy. She played bridge once a month, had weekly lunch dates, and long phone calls with friends. Anne was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph B. Durrett Sr. and Margaret Winston Durrett, her sister Margaret Durrett Gentry, and her twin brother Charles Bruce Durrett. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, James David Randall Sr. (Jimmy); her sons, James David Randall Jr. and Joseph Winston Randall Sr.; and her brother Joseph B. Durrett Sr. The funeral service will be at a later date in Aliceville, Alabama. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Madison.
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