Our beloved sister/aunt, Elizabeth Whisenhant Annan, passed away September 23, 2021 in Duluth, Georgia, at the age of 85. She is survived by her sister, Linda Adams, two nieces, Michelle Moebes, (Benjamin), Ashley Sanders, (Jonathan), and six great nieces and nephews.  She is predeceased by her husband, Armand Annan, III. 


Born in Mobile, Alabama in 1936, she graduated from Murphy High School and Huffstetler Business College. She was married to Corporal Armand A. Annan, III, and lived in Point Clear, Alabama.  At that time she was employed by Southern Industries Corporation in Mobile. During the period of Corporal Annan's two year military service in Tacoma, Washington, Mrs. Annan served as assistant to the Director of Industry Relations at KTNT-TV, the CBS affiliate in the Seattle/Tacoma area. 


Upon their return to Alabama, Mrs. Annan was co-owner/business partner of Gulf Rebel Charter Fishing and also served as a veterinary assistant with Dr. RH Stine at Eastern Shore Animal Clinic in Fairhope. She was later employed by Magnolia Trace Real Estate, owned by Mr. JK McLean in Point Clear, as well as Callahan and Associates in Fairhope.

An avid musician, she played both the piano and organ, serving as organist at St. Margaret of Scotland Church in Foley, Alabama and at Christ the King Church in Daphne, Alabama. Upon occasion she was a substitute in various area churches, including the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Basilica in Mobile.

Mrs. Annan was active in the community having volunteered as a Girl Scout Troop Leader, as well as serving as the Para-Professional in Baldwin County for the Deep South Girl Scout Council in South Alabama.  

She was an avid environmentalist and animal rights supporter. She dearly loved her Scottish Terrier dogs which she trained and showed in Competitive Obedience throughout the Gulf States while also competing in Earthdog Tests and training in Tracking Competition.

Internment will be at Magnolia Cemetery in Mobile at a future date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Alabama Scottish Terrier Rescue Association (ASTRA), c/o Frances Nelson, 445 Derby Lane, Montgomery, AL  36109.





Kathy Richmond

Funeral services for Mary Katherine "Kathy" Richmond, will be held at 10:00 AM Thursday, August 20th, 2020 in the Chapel of Welch Funeral Home. The family will receive friends for a time of visitation one hour prior to the service. Mary was born on December 10, 1935 in Barnwell, Alabama and died on August 14, 2020 in White Oak, Texas. A full obituary is available online at




Hamilton, Peter Bryce, Jr., 50-year resident of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and a current resident of Point Clear, Alabama, native of Mobile and Brewton Alabama, son of Anne Elizabeth Boyd and Peter Bryce Hamilton, grandson of Daisy Bell Miller and Dr. James Thompson Boyd, great grandson of Mary Elizabeth Foskee and Thomas Richard Miller, great-great grandson of Cherry Ann Gloyd and Robert Miller; grandson of Augusta Jolly Clarkson and John Gaillard Hamilton, great-great grandson of Charolette Elizabeth Cartledge and William Thomas Hamilton. Died August 6, 2020 at 91   

He was born April 30, 1929.  Peter was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years Jeni Cobb Hamilton and son Peter Bryce Hamilton III.  He is survived by his children Frances Murray Hamilton, John Cobb Hamilton, wife Meegan, Thomas Alexander Hamilton, wife Patricia, sister Anne Abbott, and grandchild Haley Anne Hamilton. 

Peter served in the US Army in the Korean War as a quarter master officer and liaison officer between 25th Infantry Division and the Turkish Brigade.  He retired from the Bell South Telephone Company after 35 years of service in 1987.  He started with the company as a college trainee and worked in management positions in Atlanta, GA, Miami, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Pensacola and Ft. Lauderdale Florida and New York City.  He taught at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton Florida as an adjunct Professor.  Peter attended UMS in Mobile (1938-1941) and after graduation from high school at Lanier High School in Montgomery Alabama, attended the University of South Sewanee Tennessee.  He graduated from the University of Alabama and was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) fraternity. 

Peter was active in many community activities including the North Palm Beach Rotary Club, Board of Directors of Lauderdale YMCA, member of Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, member of church vestry for two three-year terms, helped to run church soup kitchens and day center for street people, Boy Scouts of America and YMCA Indian guides.  

Funeral services to be arranged at Union Cemetery in Brewton Alabama when COVID-19 social distancing policies permit gatherings. 


John “Jack” P. Hord was a permanent resident of Lake Tansi in Crossville, TN.  He was 90 years old at the time of his death on July 10, 2020 after a successful journalism career.  He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Cyndi, two sons, Winn of Birmingham, AL and Rick of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

He was a native of Campbellsville, KY, graduating from his high school there where he was president of his class for four years.  He received two athletic scholarships in basketball, one to Cumberland Junior College in Williamsburg, KY and then to the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA, winning numerous basket ball awards during both high school and college.

Upon graduation from William & Mary, he served his duty in the Army during the Korean War.  He was discharged honorably with a Staff Sergeant rating and began his journalism career at a weekly newspaper in his home town.  Shortly thereafter, he relocated to South Florida to become the Palm Beach and North Broward counties bureau chief for the Fort Lauderdale Daily News.  In this capacity, he was one of the founding editors for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, eventually serving as its managing editor.  He also worked for the Miami Herald and features editor for the Chicago Daily News.

In 1968, Jack was named press secretary for a US Senator from Florida.  He ended his working career as a regional director of public information for the U.S. Department of Labor in Philadelphia, PA.  After 26 years with the government, he retired to Cape May, NJ and later to Fairhope, AL.

After five years of being part time residents of Lake Tansi, he and his wife made Tennessee their permanent residence. 

In lieu of flowers, his family requested donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Association, Jack’s favorite charity.
Phil Brady
May 15, 1937 – April 22, 2015
Phillip Agnew Brady Jr, 77, died peacefully in his home on Wednesday, April 22.  He was born on
May 15, 1937 in Mobile to the late Phillip A. Brady and Carol Miller Brady.
He graduated from Fairhope High school in 1955 and was a
published writer and avid photographer.   He is survived by his loving wife of 51 years, Catherine May Voss Brady, brother Capt. Henry Miller Brady, children Caroline Brady Diaz-Barriga, Kate Brady Catalina and Phillip Agnew Brady III and grandchildren John Gabriel Diaz-Barriga, Brady Elizabeth Diaz-Barriga, Mahlon May Rose Brady Catalina, Louis Francois Catalina V, Phillip Agnew Brady IV.
Hazel Harrison Buck
Hazel Buck Aug. 19, 1913 – March 2, 2105 
Hazel passed away peacefully at her residents in Fairhope Monday March 2nd. Hazel was always involved in her community and a member of multiple organizations. She was a member of the D.A.R, Eastern Shore Federated Woman’s and a lifelong member of the Girl Scouts. She was also a graduate of Ole Miss where she made her debut as a Tri-Delta in 1933. There will be a memorial held at the Serenity Chapel of Homestead Village March 22, 2015 at 2:00pm.

BUCHANAN, Carolyn Sue Vick, 
Born March 1, 1934, died July 10, 2014 at her home in Fairhope, Alabama. She was a native of Wilcox County, Alabama and the daughter of J. P. Vick, Sr. and Carrie Stockman Vick. She spent her early adulthood in Selma, Al., where she was affiliated with the lumber business. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Richard W. Buchanan, Sr.; sisters, Della Simmons and Mildred Sessions; and brothers, J.P. Vick, Jr., Reginald Vick, and Billy Vick. She is survived by her daughters and granddaughter, Vikki Turner Tullis (Will) of Mobile, Al., Suzanne Turner Herring (Bobby) of Daphne, Al., Madison Baker Herring, of Daphne, Al.; brother, Bob Vick, of Atlanta, Ga.; sister, Bessie Louise Sessions, of Grand Bay, Al.; devoted caretaker and confidant, Gertrude Kelley; and steadfast friend, William A. Finch. A private memorial service will be held at Camden Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to the Camden Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 518, Camden, Al., 36726.