"ALL day and ALL night ANGELS are watching over the Jordan and Hunter Families"
"Magnify the Lord and bless His name.
Worship and adore the King of Kings
All the people shout and sing His praise.
Jesus is the one who died for us.
Jesus shed His blood just for us.
Open up your mouth and shout aloud He's a mighty God..."
Marion Annette Jordan Hunter was born on March 24, 1957, in Belvidere, NC, to the late Carlton Jordan Sr. and Emily Ann Burke Jordan. In the evening hours on Monday, November 21, 2022, “Annette” as she was affectionately called, peacefully answered the Masters call, to be a Heavenly Doorkeeper.
Annette joined Bay Branch AME Zion Church at an early age and remained a faithful member until her death. She received an award for her participation in the liquidation of the Mortgage for her church. Annette loved the Lord and was faithful to her calling as an Usher. She also served on the Stewardess Board and was active until her health declined.
The Family will begin the Celebration of Life Services for their mother and sister Annette on Friday, December 2nd, 2022 from 5:00-7:00 PM at Bay Branch AME Zion Church, Belvidere, NC with a viewing. On Saturday, December 3rd, the Homegoing Service will begin at 2:00 PM, with Pastor Rev. Dr. Joseph L. Walton delivering the Eulogy. Annette final place of rest will be in the Winslow Grove Community Cemetery.
Annette leaves to cherish her wonderful memories- Her husband-Charles Hunter of Elizabeth City, NC; one daughter- Portia Hunter (Otis) of Elizabeth City, NC; two grandchildren- Ashlee Whidbee and Iesha Whidbee of Elizabeth City, NC; one special niece/Goddaughter, Tonja Lane-Collier (David) of Belvidere, NC; three Sisters, Doris Burke Lane, Alice Jordan, and Delores Jordan of Belvidere, NC; one brother, Carlton Jordan, Jr. of Belvidere, NC; two brother-in-laws, Alvin “Buck” Hunter of Elizabeth City, NC and Robert “Bird” Hunter of Hertford, NC; two sister-in-laws-Flora Hunter and Tammy Hunter of Elizabeth City, NC; three aunts- Julia Ashe of Plymouth, NC, Mildred Jordan of Belvidere, NC, and Josephine Hunter of Winfall, NC. She also leaves to cherish her memories two nephews that she treated as her own-Heath Lane (Kita) of Hobbsville, NC and Chad Jordan (Tarsha) of Ivor, VA; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.
“For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a DOORKEEPER in the house of my God...” -Psalms 84:10