Dateline: November 22, 2007

Ann Ree Porter Stuckman, 83, of Savannah, Georgia, and formerly of Clarendon, died on September 17, 2007.

Graveside Services with inurnment will be at 10:00 am, Friday, November 23, 2007 in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon with Rev. Don Travis, officiating.

Mrs. Stuckman was born on September 10, 1924, in Clarendon to the late Judge, John Ralph Porter and the late Jeannie Dale Powell Porter. Mrs. Stuckman was a member of Skidaway Island United Methodist Church and grew up in the First United Methodist Church of Clarendon. She truly lived the faith: quilting and knitting for the church and serving others with compassion everyday. She met her husband, Lowell Randalls Stuckman, in Texas during World War II and married. Ann graduated from Purdue University, taught elementary school for five years, and then stayed at home to rear their three daughters. She was an avid golfer who loved playing cards, gardening, singing in the choir, and a good laugh.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen Frances “Boo” Porter Lowe and Jennie Dale Porter Landreth, and two brothers, William M. “Bill” Porter and Ralph Powell “Sonny” Porter.

Surviving are her husband of 61 years, Lowell Randalls Stuckman of Savannah, Ga.; three daughters, Catherine J. Martin and her husband, Mark, of Glen Arbor, Mich., Cynthia A. Hitt and her husband, Steve, of Weatherford, and Amy L. Blevins and her husband, Alan, of Savannah, Ga.; seven grandchildren, Clint Martin, Mary Westbrook, Marshall Martin, Boyd Hitt, Brooke Hitt, Carmen Castellano, and Taylor Blevins, and two great-grandchildren, Katelyn Castellano and Mason Westbrook.

 

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