Anne Rutland McCall

November 25, 1936April 29, 2021

Anne Rutland McCall 84, passed away at her home in Mobile, Alabama on Thursday, April 29, 2021. Anne was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. She was much loved by her family and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband of many years, Lacy Ray McCall, Jr.

Mrs. McCall is survived by her three children; Jenny McCall Warren (Tommy), Colonels Island, GA., Allison McCall Walker (Billy), Lighthouse Point, FL and Lacy Alexander McCall (Margi), Mobile, AL. She is also survived by her six grandchildren; Catherine Anne Woodward (Wallace), Savannah, GA, Rip Warren (Jennifer), Marietta, GA, Will Walker (Brittany), Charlotte, NC, Charlie Walker(Katherine), Auburn, AL, Alexander McCall (Neely) Birmingham, AL, Suzy McCall, Mobile, AL; five great-grandchildren; Thomas Warren, Leanne Warren, John Wallace Woodward, Wilder Walker, Hank Walker, three nephews, Don Rutland, Mike Rutland and Robie Rutland. Anne’s family being her legacy.

Anne was an avid tennis player, reader and gardener. She was known for having a green thumb and having beautiful gardens in Montgomery, Seagrove Beach (Eastern Lake), Pensacola and Mobile. All of these places she called home at one time.

She will be greatly missed.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be offered to the charity of your choice in Anne's memory.

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Don Rutland

May 7, 2021

Too many to elaborate. Anne was only 9 years older than me, and in our earlier years, she was more like a sister I never had than an aunt. We always played together at family gatherings. When she started driving she would take me with her when she was hanging out with her friends and she had many. I was along on a big hayride that my parent schaperoned. I attended the wedding when she and Lacey were married. Lacey got me my first real job, and in the summers he would take me to lunch in their home. She was my oldest and closest woman friend, and I will miss her as long as I live and never forget her. She was kind, beautiful, generous, fun, to be with and so many wonderful traits. She was such a good person and a superior role model, and I loved her dearly.

James McCluskey

May 6, 2021

To Jenny, Allison, & Alexander. I am sorry to hear about your mother's passing. She was such a sweet lady and a great friend to my mom. I will always remember her lively sense of humor. I really wanted to get Anne & Jeanie together a few years ago but sadly it did not happen. Hope all of your families are well. Take Care!

Cathie Milam

May 6, 2021

I am so so sorry for your loss; all of my childhood memories include your mom and of course “tomato bug” Allison 😍 the fun beach adventures we shared will stay with me forever; even named my daughter Alex after you , Alexander!! Hope all is well with you all!!! Love to all