In Loving Memory 1953 – 2013

Georgia Hidle Ludlum was born in Dothan, Alabama, but was reared in Geneva, Alabama. She obtained an Associate Degree in Nursing from Wallace Community College, a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Alabama, and her Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law. After battling cancer, she passed away on April 26, 2013.

Georgia was a special member of both the Alabama and Florida State Bars. She was also admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Alabama and Florida; the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; and the Federal Court in the Middle District of Alabama, Southern District of Alabama, and Northern District of Florida. She was a member of the Alabama State Board of Nursing, Houston County Bar, and National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives (NOSSCR).

Georgia and her husband, Adris Eugene (Gene) Ludlum, Jr. lived in Dothan. They have three children: Fred N. Morris, III, Anna Ludlum King, and Adris E. Ludlum, III. Her husband, Gene, is a realtor/auctioneer and an owner of Ludlum Auction Group.


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