Ann M. Tyner
Ann was born in Albany, GA to Joseph William Mcmillin and Jane Norwood Adams on 11/13/48. Ann was raised in Mobile, Al where she was a graduate of Murphy High School. She also attended the University South Alabama. Ann was married to Fred Lewis Tyner of Meridian on 4/11/70 in Mobile Alabama.
Ann gave up a courageous battle with Cancer at home on December 4 surrounded by her loving family and her husband Fred having been primary caregiver along with Hospice Ministries. She is now in the arms of our heavenly father.
Ann was an inspiration and blessing to friends, family, co-workers and all that new her. She had a liver transplant in June 2002 and then became an active member of Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency and Donate for Life. She was an avid Fundraiser and made a Commercial for Donate for life. She was also a volunteer at St Dominic's for 12 years. She didn't miss a Monday There, No Matter What. Ann was a Real Estate Agent for 26 years and loved every Minute of it.
She is survived by her husband Fred L. Tyner of Ridgeland, son Lewis Tyner and daughter Lisa Tyner Williams (John), Grandsons Trevor Tyner and Drew Williams, Granddaughters, Daly Williams and Kendall Tyner all of Madison, Mother Jane Adams of Mobile, Sister Judy McMillin ( Norman Tanner) of Cayuga TX. brother James Logan McMillin of Atlanta. Brother and sister in law Larry and Charlotte Tyner of Oxford Sister in law Bobbie Morgan and Gayle Tyner of Meridian, niece Debbie Witherington of Clinton, Niece Lynne Compton (Robert) of Meridian and numerous other extended family that she loved dearly.
Ann was preceded in death by her father Joseph Williams Mcmillin and brother Joseph William Mcmillin, Jr. (Mac)
Visitation will be Thursday December 6th 5-7 pm and Friday December 7th 10-11 am. Funeral services will be Friday December 7th at 11 am at Wright & Ferguson Funeral home on Highland Colony Parkway.
The Family would like to take the opportunity to thank the many friends who have been so kind and helpful to us during this time. Also want to thank Hospice Ministries for all the support and direction. It was appreciated. Memorials may be made to MORA/Donate for life 4400 Lakeland Drive, Flowood, Ms 39232.