Ann Tracht Fullilove Tindell
1935 - 2021
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Ann Tracht Fullilove Tindell

Ann Tracht Fullilove Tindell was born in Houston TX on October 12, 1935 to Lloyd V Tracht and Esther M Tracht. She graduated from University of Oklahoma with a bachelor's degree in education in 1957. She was a lifelong dedicated member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. That same year in November she married Will J Fullilove III, also a school teacher and cattle rancher of Bossier City LA at her parent's home in Shreveport LA.

They moved to Pensacola FL in 1968 where they raised their 2 children and taught in the Escambia County School System. She taught for over 25 years mainly as a Special Ed teacher for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The family enjoyed the area beaches and waterways, sailing, and enjoying nature. She joined the Audobon Society with her husband and went on many birdwatching trips, even to Central America and the Caribbean.

After her first husband passed, she continued her love of world travel, and then met and married William Hugh Tindell in 1998. Being both retired, they traveled extensively in their RV to Canada and Alaska. They also flew and took cruises to many countries around the world. She was an active member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist of Pensacola, The Garden Club of Navarre, and a local dining club. Regardless of her travels, her central love was always gathering with and keeping in touch with family and friends.

She will always be remembered as a very generous, kind, and loving soul. She is survived by daughter Carol (Fred) Millard and son William J (Grace) Fullilove IV, grandchildren: Robbie Millard, Ann (Michael) Bennett, and Amanda (Jay) Connolly, and great-grandchild JameClubs Michael Bennett III. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Navarre Garden , P.O. Box 5606, Navarre FL 32566. A memorial service will be planned at a later date.

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Published in the Pensacola News Journal from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 12, 2021
Ann was one of the most genteel ladies I ever met. We first met at Warrington Middle School in the 70's. She was a vision specialist, and I was an English teacher. We discovered our Kappa Kappa Gamma connection then and continued to see each other as Kappa sisters until her death. Oh that I could be that sweet! Condolences to Carol and all the family.
Patty Casey Northup
January 11, 2021
Ann was the most genuine , kind and upbeat friend anyone could have .
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