Annie Bell Martin Jordan was the 10th of 12 children born to Steve Sr. and Renia Scott Martin on October 10, 1920 in Cuthbert, GA. Her parents and nine siblings; Madison, Gertrude, Mozelle, Leola, John, Bessie, James, Sr., Cecil, and Rena preceded her in death. Growing up in a Christian home, she accepted Christ at an early age and joined Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, where she served until her health failed. Annie Bell was educated in the Randolph County School system and was a member of her 11th grade graduating class of 1942. Annie Bell was married to the late Joe Mack Jordan for fifty years. During the early years of their marriage, they became the owners of the Jimbo Club and later Jordan Vault Company. She became known for her chili dogs, souse meat, and brunswick stew. Her customers know they might have a little wait because she didn't believe in "fast service." Annie Bell and Joe Mack truly enjoyed the conversations and interacting with the people who came to patronize their business. After Joe Mack passed away, Annie Bell and her sister Rena set out to see the world. Going to Atlanta for a shopping trip to Macy's was a priority. She later decided to see the world from another view and took her first airplane ride to Boston, then to Disney World, and the blue waters of Hawaii. Life changed some; she lost her sister, her best friend. Annie Bell sought the comfort of her front porch, where she spent many hours chatting with the people who passed as she sat and sometimes napped. Through the kindness of the people in the neighborhood, and those passing through, she was always able to keep up with those who moved away. As her health changed, she moved away too. Her new home became Joe-Anne Burgin Nursing Home. She was proud of the fact that she signed herself in and the family was often reminded that Dr. Ozimba told her she could come and go as she pleased. After a few months, she began to settle in, all of the worries of home subsided and getting her nails polished was a new adventure. Peacefully on Sunday morning, November 11, 2012, Ms. Annie made her transition to another home, one of eternal rest. She leaves to cherish her memories her two brothers Willie and Steve Martin, Jr. In addition, she leaves eighteen nieces; fourteen nephews; a host of great nieces, great nephews, cousins, the MacDonald Wood's neighbors and friends.