Martha died at her home in Wedowee on Sunday, September 23, 2012. She was a lifelong diabetic and suffered a heart attack.
Martha graduated from Anniston High School in 1981 where she was a member of the color guard for the Anniston High Bulldog Band.
She attended Jacksonville State University, where she was a member of the Delta Zeta Sorority. She graduated from Gadsden State Community College in 1992. She was a Medical Laboratory Technician, working with Jacksonville Hospital and Wedowee Hospital for over 20 years. Martha was a member of Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Anniston.
Martha is survived by her daughter, Stephanie Elaine Henderson, of Wedowee; her father, Doug Hudson, of Jacksonville; one sister, Mary Hudson Angle and her husband, Marcus Angle Jr., of Plano, Texas; one brother, Charles Donald Hudson and his wife, Hon. Marilyn May Hudson, of Jacksonville; her niece, Darby Brooke Angle, of Plano, Texas; two nephews, Dr. Nathanael Harrison Hudson, of Rockville, Md. and Hon. Christopher M. McIntyre, of Jacksonville; her uncle and aunt, Edward and Joyce Hudson, of Fairhope; five aunts, Reba Fant Kendrick and Rita Wells, both of Anniston, Jean Wells and Virginia Wells, both of Weaver and Mildred Hudson, of Oxford; and many cousins.
Martha is preceded in death by her loving mother, Mary Carolyn Wells Hudson; grandparents, Reverend John F. Wells and Gussie Vaughn Wells, who were natives of Chosea Springs, and Milton E. Hudson and Josephine Byrd Hudson, who were from Clay County.
“I am a passionate woman! Live each day like it’s your last, you never know what will come your way.”
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