Memorials, 1120 ALBJ, Vol. 81 No. 6 Pg. 458 (November, 2020)

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No. Vol. 81 No. 6 Pg. 458

Alabama Bar Lawyer

November, 2020

▲ Bailey Kincey Green, Jr.

▲ Alyson Marie Webb Mathews

▲ Martha Jane Patton

▲ Philip Henry Pitts, V

Lee Hale Stewart

Bailey Kincey Green, Jr.

Kincey Green, age 69, a resident of Selma, passed away on Tuesday, September 1,2020. He was born in Selma on February 28,1951 to Bailey Kincey Green and Anna Norris Green. He was preceded in death by his parents and numerous beloved aunts and uncles. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Joy Edwards Green, his daughter, Katherine Kincey Green Robertson (Ryan); his grandson, Townsend Kincey Robertson; his sisters, Linda Green King (Andy) and Leila Green Harris (Bill); and his brother, Norris Walton Green (Cathy).

He graduated from Parrish High School in 1969 and from the University of Alabama in 1973, where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order and received his masters of business administration. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1977.

He spent his career practicing with Reeves & Stewart, alongside Edgar A. Stewart, Archibald T. Reeves, Jr., Mortimer Ames, and later Allen S. Reeves. He served as president of the Dallas County Bar Association and chair of the Dallas County Law Library. He was appointed Deputy Attorney General for the Alabama Historical Commission, a position he held for decades. As a lifelong student of Alabama history, one of his proudest legal accomplishments was helping to preserve Old Cahawba, Alabama's first state capital.

He faithfully served his community on the board of directors for Alabama Teen Challenge-Selma, the Salvation Army, the Leukemia Society, the American Heart Fund, the Sturdivant Museum Association, the YMCA, and the Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce. He was a deacon and Sunday School teacher at Shiloh Baptist Church, and quietly assisted numerous faith-based missions and individuals in need. His legacy of public service continues through his daughter, Katherine, who serves as chief counsel to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.

Katherine G. Robertson, Montgomery

Alyson Marie Webb Mathews

Alyson Mathews, age 48, died on August 31, 2020 from Covid-19 and the complications of this horrible disease. Alyson was exceptionally kind, with an irreverent sense of humor and an infectious smile. She was smart, witty, and did not suffer fools. Alyson was dedicated to her family, friends, patients, and her faith in God. Alyson was preceded in death by her beloved father, Darryl Lee Webb, a former member of the Alabama State Bar, and her adored nephew, Jeffrey Todd Webb, Jr.

Alyson was a true native of Tuscaloosa, born on Christmas Eve, December 24,1971, and was a 1990 graduate of Central High School. Following the Webb tradition, Alyson attended and graduated from the University of Alabama, and after finding her way through her many interests and majors, she completed her degree in social work and was a member of Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society. Following the lead of her father and oldest brother, Alyson continued her studies in the law, graduated from the Birmingham School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree, and became a member of the Alabama State Bar in 2011.

Rather than practicing law, Alyson served as a social worker for the Glen Haven Health and Rehabilitation System for nearly two decades and was dedicated to her many...

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