OBITUARY

Marie Witcher Baldwin

November 22, 1939December 31, 2020

Marie Witcher Baldwin, 81, of Montgomery, AL, passed away on Thursday, December 31, 2020.

Marie was very active in the community. She was a member of the Women's Council of Realtors and had served as Chairman of the Public Relations Committee for the Montgomery Area Association of Realtors and was a member of the Bible Study RG3, which is "Realtors Giving God the Glory." She was a member of the Kiwanis Club of Montgomery and previously served on the Board of Directors and has also served as an Ambassador with the Chamber of Commerce. She is past President of the Montgomery Independent Automobile Dealers Association and served on the Board of Directors of the Alabama Independent Automobile Dealers Association. Marie had a degree in Elementary Education and taught school until 1992. Marie was a member of Frazer Memorial UMC where she enjoyed singing in the choir.

She is the daughter of the late Ernest Witcher and Jessie Allen Witcher. She is survived by her husband Burt Baldwin; Children Michael Scott Youngblood (Lesa); daughter, Kelli Youngblood Smith; grandson, Joshua Youngblood; granddaughters, Nicole Smith and Bailey Smith, grandsons Chandler Luckie and Austin Luckie; and eight great grandchildren; two step daughters Deborah Baldwin and Connie Luckie.

A graveside service will be held at Greenwood Cemetery at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 with Dr. John Ed Mathison officiating.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021

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Betty Saunders

January 5, 2021

I’ve been trying to remember the first time I ever met Marie. She used to laugh and say I came to the door with shorts and flip flops on and naturally she was standing there in her usual perfectly dressed way- hair immaculate, jewelry, stylish outfit and of course high heels. Even though our styles were opposite, we became fast friends and coteachers. We taught together at St James and then again at Montgomery Academy. I loved seeing Marie on TV when I would see her singing in the Frazer choir. That’s another thing we had in common. We were both Methodists. I was at First Methodist and she at Frazer. We had many conversations about our beliefs and I know today she’s in heaven. Due to COVID Phillip and I probably will not attend the service Wednesday but we will be there in spirit. We will send a donation to the Frazer music department in Marie’s honor. Love and prayers for all of you.
Betty and Phillip Saunders

Gene Jackson

January 2, 2021

On behalf of my wife, Linda B. Jackson, and my brother-in-law, Gerald Duncan, we send our prayers and sympathy to Marie's family.
We go way back in wonderful times and friendship.
Gene Jackson
Opelika, AL.

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