Anne Tucker Blount, 79, passed away on December 25, 2019 at Hospice of the Golden Isles after a long illness.
Anne was born on February 23, 1940 in Brunswick to the late Otis and Helen Nelson Tucker. After graduating from Glynn Academy in 1957 she attended the University of Georgia. Anne moved extensively with her husband as he spent over thirty years serving in the military including numerous appointments overseas. Later in life she enjoyed collecting, buying and selling antiques and had traveled all over the world buying things of interest to add to her collection. Anne was also an accomplished writer who had helped to compose several different plays in her lifetime including one in particular celebrating the birthday of the United States while stationed in Germany. In addition to her parents, her son, Glynn Michael Blount, preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband of sixty years, Colonel H. Paul Blount, Jr. USA(R) of St. Simon’s Island; two sons, Lt Col Howard Paul Blount, III, MD, USAF(R) and wife, Debi of Rock Hill, South Carolina and Anthony Blount and wife, Mary Ann of St. Simon’s Island; one sister, Beth Cassady and husband, Dwain of Marietta; five grandchildren, Nicole Schuman and husband, Brian of Mansfield, Ohio, Erik Blount of West Palm Beach, Florida, Audrey Blount of Ontario, Ohio, Glynn Blount and wife, Ellie of Brunswick and Samantha Blount of Brunswick; a great grandson, Corbin Schuman and two great granddaughters, Braelyn Welch and Harper Blount. A host of extended family members also survive.
Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 1, 2020 in Palmetto Cemetery with Reverend Dwain Cassady officiating.
A special thanks to Hospice of the Golden Isles and nurses Allison Thompson and Margaret Armstrong and private nurse, Leah Baker for the excellent comfort and care they provided.
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