Jimmy L. Dunner Jr.
Funeral services for Jimmy Lee "Buck" Dunner Jr. of Aliceville were
held at 2 p.m. April 15 at New Canaan Baptist Church with Rev. C. L. Gary
He was a 1982 graduate of Aliceville High School. He was a member,
trustee and member of the Senior Usher Board at New Prospect Missionary
Baptist Church of Northport. He was preceded in death by his grandmother
Leola Phillips, uncle Homer Phillips and aunt Wilma P. Dixon. He died recently
at the age of 34.
Survivors include his wife Terry; two sons, Jimmy and Andre Dunner,
Tuscaloosa; mother Earnestine Summerville, Aliceville; father Jimmy Dunner,
Chicago, Ill.; seven sisters, Josie Dunner, Virginia Beach, Va., Amy Kennedy,
Aliceville, Angie, Jackie and Leslie Dunner, all of Chicago, Ill., Cora
Andrew, Tuscaloosa, and Earlene Latham, Reform; six brothers, Earnest Dunner
and Clifford Summerville, both of Aliceville, Donald and Alphonsia Summerville,
both of Gordo, Issac Dunner, Chicago, Ill., and Chris Summerville, Brooksville,
Miss.; 13 aunts; nine uncles; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.
Burial was in Bigbee Cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.
Lila Mae Fields
Funeral services for Lila Mae Fields of Ethelsville were held at 2
p.m. April 15 at Memorial Chapel in Columbus, Miss. with Rev. Charles Young
She was a retired pants trimmer at Seminole Manufacturing Co. She was
a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by three
brothers, James M. "Jack" Johnson, Curtis D. "Duck" Johnson and Julian
W. "Lee" Johnson. She died April 13 at her residence at the age of 71.
Survivors include two daughters, Cathy Britt and Barbara Bailey, both of
Columbus, Miss.; three sisters, Margie Boyles, Mt. Hope, Mary V. Posey,
Trinity, and Jeanette Jeffers, Moulton; five grandchildren, Kathy Bolton,
Caledonia, Kimberly Williford, Ethelsville, Samuel "Bubba" Britt, Todd
Bailey and Cody Bailey, all of Columbus, Miss.; and a great-grandchild
Bryer Bolton, Caledonia, Miss.
Pallbearers were Danny Johnson, Paul Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Lynn
Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Jimmy Boyles, Bobby Boyles and Dennis Posey. Honorary
pallbearers were Henry Posey, Ralph Shaw, Joe Hollis, Clay Duncan and Dr.
Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery with Memorial Funeral Home directing.
Memorials may be made to BMH Hospice, c/o Mary Atkins, P.O. Box 1307, Columbus,
Funeral services for Abraham Gandy were held at 11 a.m. April 10 at
the Assembly of Divine Reality in Tuscaloosa with Elder Marvin J. Odell
He was a native of Lawrenceville, Pa. and attended the Pittsburgh Public
Schools. He served in the U.S. Air Force and retired from the Armed Forces
after 20 years. He moved to Tuscaloosa and was employed by B. F. Goodrich
for 21 years. He also attended Shelton State Community College and was
a member of the Assembly of Divine Reality Inc. He died April 1 at the
age of 64.
Survivors include his wife Dorothy Boone Gandy; six children, Abraham
Gandy Jr., Colorado, Sherri Ann Gandy Watts, Springfield, Mass., Terri
M. Gandy Hall, Newark, NJ, Synette Gandy, Birmingham, Alan Louis Gandy
and Jacqlynn Gandy, both of Tuscaloosa; one brother Edward Gandy, Pittsburgh,
Pa.; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces
Pallbearers were Napoleon Folks, Brian D. Odell, Michael Jennings,
Lorenzo Peterson, Garner Coley Sr., James Fulgham, Contrail Davis, Cozera
Prewitt Jr., Isiah Watson, Tommy Brown and Randy McGuffle.
Burial was in Memorial Hill Garden Cemetery in Tuscaloosa with Lavender
Funeral Service directing.
Funeral services for Grady Jones Sr. were held at 1 p.m. April 14 at
Providence MB Church with Rev. Robert Moore officiating.
He was a native of Pickens County and was a member of Providence Baptist
Church. He worked as a contractor for more than 50 years and was a veteran
of the U.S. Army. He died April 9 at Baptist Memorial Hospital at the age
Survivors include his wife Katherine Stewart Jones; 10 children, Maezette
Pruitt, Rose Coley, Beverly Blevins, Sandra Young, all of Tuscaloosa, Stanley
Jones, Birmingham, Linda Lash, Tacoma, Wash., Jean Lanier, Grady Jones
Jr., Doris J. Jones and Janice Young, all of Columbus, Miss.; brother Earlie
Jones, Detroit, Mich.; a sister Arnell Harris, Clanton; mother-in-law Rose
Davis, Bossien City, La.; stepmother Mrs. Charleston, Clanton; 24 grandchildren;
and 15 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Woodrow Jones, Chris Barkley, Stoney Harris, Charles
Sanders, John Gardner and Berbon Hodo.
Honorary pallbearers were Quitman Redmond and deacons of Providence
Baptist Church. Burial was in Providence Baptist Church Cemetery with Lavender
Funeral Service directing.
V. E. "Gene Kealhofer
Funeral services for V. E. "Gene" Kealhofer, a longtime resident of
Franklinton, La. and a former resident of Reform were held at 10 a.m. April
12 at the Crain Funeral Home Chapel in Franklinton with Rev. John Gilbert
and Rev Karl Tingle officiating.
He was a retired superintendent with Southern Natural Gas Corporation
with nearly 50 years of service. He was preceded in death by his wife Margaret
Simpson Kealhofer and a son Michael Leon Kealhofer. He died April 10 at
Heritage Manor in Hammond, La. at the age of 85.
He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, James and Dot Kealhofer
of Birmingham; two daughters and sons-in-law, Mary Jane and Dale Devall
of Baton Rouge, La. and Dixie and Steve Easterling of Bogalusa, La.; 12
grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Local survivors include sisters-in-law
Kate S. Masters, Reform, and Nell S. Golden, Columbus, Miss.; niece, Daisy
Floyd, Gordo; and sister-in-law Carolyn C. Simpson.
Burial was in Ellis Cemetery in Franklinton.
Funeral services for Geraldine Latham of Tuscaloosa were held April
14 at Shiloh Freewill Baptist Church with Bro. Hank Hollis and Bro. Fred
She died April 11 at her residence at the age of 59.
Survivors include one sister Linda Clements, Northport; two brothers
and sisters-in-law, Houston and Jo Ann Latham, Gordo, and James L. and
Lou Latham, Tuscaloosa; four nephews; and two nieces.
Pallbearers were Michael Brown, Joe Latham, Kenneth Latham, Randy Clements,
Larry Latham, Tony Latham, Barry Smitherman and Herb Skelton.
Burial was in the church cemetery with Stabler-Robbins Funeral Home
of Reform directing.
Juanita Ruth McDaniel
Graveside services for Juanita Ruth McDaniel of Rt. 1 Carrollton were
held at Marvin Chapel Cemetery with Bro. James Posey officiating and Stabler-Robbins
Funeral Home of Aliceville directing.
She died April 5 at DCH Regional Medical Center at the age of 72.
Survivors include one daughter Phyllis Amelia Freeman and son-in-law
Jim Freeman, Carrollton; one son Charlie E. McDaniel and daughter-in-law
Betsy McDaniel, Carrollton; five sisters, Venia Lollar, Bessemer, Margie
Walker, Carrollton, Peggy Farley, Reform, Agnes Zaiontz, Columbus, Miss.,
and Darcus Edgeworth, Reform; two brothers, Wayman Goodman, Columbus, Miss.,
and Charles Goodman, Cuba, Ala.; five grandchildren, Christy Leigh Payne,
Melanie Dawn Freeman, Tommy McDaniel, Brian David Freeman and Josh Freeman;
and grandson-in-law Scott Payne. Pallbearers were William Brown, Doug Goodman,
Calvin Goodman, Kenneth Goodman, Steve Goodman, Mike McDaniel, Bob Sellers,
Mike Walker, Mickey Walker and Bobby Zaiontz.
Thomas Roy McLellan
Funeral services for Thomas Roy McLellan of Hattisburg, Miss. were
held April 13 at the Pickensville United Methodist Church with Rev. Jerry
He was a native of Cochrane and was a resident of Aliceville in his
earlier years. He was a member of Pickensville United Methodist Church
and was a resident of Hattisburg, Miss. since 1968. During and after World
War II, he worked with the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
and Arco, Idaho. He died April 9 at Overland Regional Medical Center in
Overland, Kan. at the age of 87.
Survivors include his wife Mary Eleanor McLellan, Hattisburg, Miss.;
one daughter Rita Cheryl Peterson, Philadelphia, Miss.; one son, Thomas
Roy McLellan III, Stilwell, Kan.; two sisters, Kathryn Nicholson, Mobile,
and Anna Belle Holliman, Shuqualak, Miss.; four grandchildren, Thomas Roy
McLellan IV, William Brady Peterson III, Lisa Cheryl Peterson and Emily
Pallbearers were Thomas Roy McLellan III, Brady Peterson, Jack Holliman,
J. T. Wright, Sam Bailey and Ronald C. Ellison.
Burial was in Magnolia Memorial Gardens with Stabler-Robbins Funeral
Home of Aliceville directing.
Helen H. Reynolds
Funeral services for Helen Herndon Reynolds of Aliceville were held
at 9:30 a.m. April 8 at Aliceville First Baptist Church with Dr. Jim Cooley
She was a member of the VFW Auxiliary and the Fidelis Sunday School
Class of Aliceville First Baptist Church. She died April 5 at her residence
at the age of 75.
Survivors include five sons, James A. Reynolds, Blountsville, Oscar
D. Reynolds Jr., Aliceville, John W. Reynolds, Bessemer, Jerry Reynolds,
Birmingham, and Frank D. Reynolds, Knoxville, Tenn.; two sisters, Virginia
Ezelle, Pickensville, and Martha Ezelle, Aliceville; two brothers, George
Herndon, Aliceville, and Charlie Herndon, Columbus, Miss.; eight grandchildren;
and one great-great-grandchild.
Pallbearers were Ben Ezelle Jr., Ted Ezelle Jr. William Hill Hayes,
H. O. Upchurch, George Larry Herndon and Burton "Tom" Hines.
Burial was in Holly Springs Cemetery with Stabler-Robbins Funeral Home
of Aliceville directing.
Funeral services for F. Raiford Shepherd of Rt. 5 Gordo were held at
2 p.m. April 18 at Shiloh Freewill Baptist Church with Bro. M. H. Hollis,
Bro. Fred Graham and Bro. Tony Latham officiating.
He was a member and deacon of Siloh Freewill Baptist Church. He was
an Army veteran of World War II where he received the Purple Heart. He
was a member of the Gordo Masonic Lodge No. 564. He was retired from Westinghouse
Corporation. He died April 16 at DCH Regional Medical Center at the age
Survivors include his wife Ruthie Mae Shepherd, Gordo; two daughters
and sons-in-law, Delphia and Mike Brown, Gordo, and Diane and Kent Roberts,
Mabelton, Ga.; two sisters, Lorene Hitt, Tuscaloosa, and Jo Ann Latham,
Gordo; two brothers, John Shepherd, Lineville, and Billy Shepherd, Amory,
Miss.; grandchildren, Kevin and Lori Roberts, Michael and Kim Brown, Michelle
and Mike O'Neal, Brad and Rebecca Roberts, Kristi Roberts and Ed Vance;
four great-grandchildren, Corey O'Neal, Preston O'Neal, Kyle Roberts and
McKenzie Brown; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Grandsons served as pallbearers. Burial was in the church cemetery
with Stabler-Robbins Funeral Home of Reform directing.
Twant Singleton Jr.
Funeral services for Twant Singleton Jr. of Harvey, Ill. were held
at 7 p.m. April 8 at W. W. Holt Funeral Home in Harvey with Elder Clifford
Johnson officiating, and services were also held at 3 p.m. April 11 at
Macedonia CME Church with Rev. Joseph B. Randolph officiating.
He was a native of Ethelsville. He was a member of Ethelsville Macedonia
CME Church and attended Hopewell School in Reform. He moved to Harvey,
Ill in 1966 and was employed by Faith Truck Lines. He was preceded in death
by his parents, Twant Sr. and Ruby Singleton, and one son Anthony. He died
April 5 at the age of 51 after a lengthy illness.
Survivors include his wife Fannie Delores; four daughters, Angela Thompson,
Forest Park, Ill., Tracie, Ursula and Valerie Singleton, all of Harvey,
Ill.; one son Kevin; two grandchildren, Anthony Jr. and Chanel Stewart;
five sisters, Annie Bell Bolden, Reform, Margie Poindexter, Annie Pearl
Pegram, Zeddie Singleton and Sue Wills, all of Washington, DC; four brothers,
Lee Mack Singleton, Harvey, Ill., Johnnie Singleton, Ethelsville, Edward
Singleton, Memphis, Tenn., Jimmy BrownSingleton, Harland, Mich.; one goddaughter
Andrea Hawkins; and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Pallbearers were Kevin Singleton, Reed Singleton, Johnnie Singleton,
Bill Singleton, Melvin Armstrong and Mack Singleton.
Burial was in Strawberry Cemetery with Reform Memorial Funeral Home
and W. W. Holt Funeral Home directing.
Funeral services for Otis Steele of Aliceville were held at 12:30 p.m.
April 13 at New Salem Baptist Church with Rev. W. A. Hinton officiating.
He was a native of Pickens County. He was a member of New Canaan Baptist
Church. He worked at the Aliceville Cotton Mill for 28 years. He died April
9 at his residence at the age of 47. Survivors include his wife Sallie
Mae Steele, Aliceville; three daughters, Sandra Murry, LeKeshia and Eva
Steele, all of Aliceville; three sons, Otis Tyrone, Jerry and Terry Steele,
all of Aliceville; one sister Loretta Speight, Aliceville; three brothers,
Willie Steele, Jim Fred Steele and Bennie Steele, all of Aliceville; seven
sisters-in-law; three brothers-in-law; 15 grandchildren; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Nephews and brothers-in-law served as pallbearers.
Burial was in the church cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.
Elder Major Upson
Funeral services for Elder Major Upson of Reform were held at 1 p.m.
April 6 at Reform Community Church of God in Christ with Bishop O.L. Meadows
He was a native of Johnson, SC. He was called to preach in 1983 and
pastored the Victory Temple Church of God in Christ in 1989 and then came
to pastor Reform Community Church of Cod in Christ in 1996. He also served
as Chairman of the Columbus Floyd Smith District. He was preceded in death
by his mother Osceola Upson. He died Mar. 31 at DCH-Northport at the age
Survivors include his wife Sara E. Upson, Reform; his father Sylvester
Upson, Jamaica, NY; three sons, Maurice and Donald Upson, both of Brooklyn,
NY, and Jacob Upson, Reform; five daughters, Mazell Rollock, Brooklyn,
NY, Pam Johnson, Shirley, NY, Sharon Upson, Brooklyn, NY, Cindy and Dianna
Upson, both of Reform; four sisters, Anne Elizabeth Pearson-Bodur, Charlotte
Harbor, Fla., Floia Kemp and Katholyn Sylven Dominique, both of Virginia
Beach, Va., and Carolyn Elaine Knight, Jamaica, NY; three brothers, Johnny
Clarence Upson and James Winter Upson, both of Darlington, SC; and John
Henry Upson, Atlanta, Ga.; 13 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Poplar Springs Cemetery with Reform Memorial Funeral
William J. Akin
Funeral services for William Jordan Akin of Carrollton were held at
2 p.m. Oct. 12 at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with Dr. Vernon Blackburn
and Bro. Billy Little officiating.
He was a native of Carrollton and an Army veteran of World War II.
He retired from the Pickens County Road Department with 30 years of service
and from Standard Oil and Buchanan Lumber. He was founder and President
of the Basinger Hunting Club. He died Oct. 10 at Northport Medical Center
at the age of 74.
Survivors include his wife Lorin Wright Akin, Carrollton; two daughters,
Evelyn Akin McElroy and her husband Billy, Carrollton, and Ruth Akin Greer
and her husband Ben, Birmingham; two sons, James William Akin and Robert
Hugh Akin, both of Carrollton; one sister Alice Akin Cochrane, Carrollton;
two grandsons, Andy and Bryan McElroy; and two great-grandsons, Andrew
and Auston McElroy.
Pallbearers were Miles Arnold, Don Campbell, Joe Pogue, Kenny Poole,
Hillary Russell and Clay Sansing.
Honorary pallbearers were Ervin Wright, F. L. Varnon, Marvin Tate,
Paul Campbell, John Sutton, Murphy Ezelle, Millard Latham, Joe Bain, Olin
Cummings, Richard Cummings, Marvin Pogue, Doug Goodman, Murray Perrigin,
Morris Gray, Stephen Junkin, Gambro Healthcare-Northport, Dr. Dirk Berry
and Dr. Richard Gurick.
Burial was in Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery with Stabler-Robbins Funeral
Home directing. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Pilgrim's
Rest Cemetery Fund in Sapps or to the Alabama Kidney Foundation, P.O. Box
512, Birmingham, AL 35201.
Ida Lee Conner
Funeral services for Ida Lee Conner of Reform were held at 11 a.m.
Oct. 11 at Glen Echo Freewill Baptist Church with Bro. Gary Mullenix and
Bro. Paul Sellers officiating.
She was preceded in death by her son Leroy Morgan. She died Oct. 9
at Salem Nursing Home at the age of 78.
Survivors include thee daughters, Nellie Acker, Carrollton, Mary Whitehead,
Lake City, Tenn., and Elizabeth Nabors, Vidor, Tex.; one son Vernon Morgan,
Columbus, Miss.; one brother Edward Lammers, Montgomery; 10 grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were James Acker, Robert Acker, David Acker, John Lammers,
Michael McDaniel and Scott Driver.
Burial was in the church cemetery with StablerRobbins Funeral Home
of Reform directing.
Funeral services for Woodie Eugene Fleming of Kennedy were held at
11 a.m. Oct. 10 at the Dowdle Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Pat Schatzline
and Bro. Kenneth Stough officiating.
He was pastor at Pleasant Grove (Bump) Church in Gordo for 10 1/2 years
and had worked for VCI in Fayette for 23 years. He died Oct. 10 at Fayette
Medical Center at the age of 54.
Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Joan Fleming, Kennedy; two
sons, Eric Fleming and his wife Veronica, Kennedy, and William Bradley
Fleming, Kennedy; parents Laurice and Lavon Fleming, Kennedy; sister Jane
Crowley and her husband Max, Belk; brother Albert Lee Fleming and his wife
Patricia, Millport; children in the Lord, Billy Ray and Kelly Jones, Tuscaloosa;
and two grandchildren, Trey and Canaan Fleming, Kennedy.
Pallbearers were Earl Beams, Gary Kelly, Mike Banks, Brian Sullivan,
Jerry Elmore and M. R. Cook.
Burial was in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church with Dowdle Funeral Home
Mae Drew Mansell Hill
Funeral services for Mae Drew Mansell Hill of Rt. 1 Reform were held
at 3 p.m. Oct. 8 at the StablerRobbins Funeral Home Chapel in Reform with
Bro. Joe Elmore officiating.
She died Oct. 6 at her residence at the age of 80.
Survivors include two daughters, Linda Kay Denney and her husband Jack,
Meridian, Miss., and Brenda Joyce Boyd, Memphis, Tenn.; two sons, John
Larry Mansell and his wife Judy, Gordo, and David O'Neal Mansell and his
wife Sharon, Chattanooga, Tenn.; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Michael G. Davidson, Andrew O'Neal Mansell, John Christopher
Davidson, Stephon Bower Price, John Larry Mansell II and Donald Forrest
Burial was in Heritage Memorial Gardens with StablerRobbins Funeral
Home of Reform directing.
Wiley Frank Junkin
Funeral services for Wiley Frank Junkin of Reform were held at 2 p.m.
Oct. 17 at Double Branch Baptist Church with Bro. Eugene Junkin and Bro.
Ralph Smith officiating.
He was a member and deacon of Double Branch Baptist Church. He was
preceded in death by his wife Gena Merle Junkin. He died Oct. 14 at the
age of 83.
Survivors include three children, Sybil Fulgham (George), Randolph
Junkin (Bella) and Linda Bonner, all of Gordo; grandchildren Jeff Junkin,
Scott Fulgham, Starla Fulgham, Gina Junkin, Colby Lane Junkin, Jason Bonner,
all of Gordo, Steven Fulgham, Northport, and Lezlee Kyles, Carrollton;
four greatgrandchildren, Jessica Fulgham, Erica Fulgham, Jesse Madden,
and J. R. Kyles; one sister Willie Mae Hitt, Steens, Miss.; one sister-in-law
Lorene Brown, Gordo; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Steve Fulgham, Scott Fulgham, Jeff Junkin Jason Bonner,
Kenny Kyles and Clayton Bonner. Honorary pallbearers were friends and neighbors
of Zion Community.
Memorial services for Nellene Keasler of Reform were held at 2 p.m.
Oct. 10 at Reform First Freewill Baptist Church with Dowdle Funeral Home
She was a native of Pickens County. She was a member of First Freewill
Baptist Church of Reform and worked at United Technology for 27 years.
She was preceded in death by her father, mother and her brother J. D. Yearby.
She died Oct. 8 at DCH Regional Medical Center at the age of 57.
Survivors include her husband William Crayton Keasler, Reform; two
daughters, Frederica Bishop, Columbus, Miss., and Cindy Walker, Reform;
one son Chris Keasler, Reform; one foster daughter Kay Geer, Cape Cod,
Mass.; three grandchildren, Colby Bishop, Chase Elmore and Myranda Keasler;
one sister Jewel Keating, Silverhill; and one brother J. W. Yearby, Mobile.
Samuel Lanier Jr.
Funeral services for Samuel Lanier Jr. of Silverdale, Wash. and formerly
of Aliceville, were held at 2 p.m. Oct. 10 at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church
with Rev. W. A. Hinton officiating.
He was a 1994 graduate of Aliceville High School and attended Shelton
State Community College. He joined the U.S. Navy where he ranked as a third
class machinist mate. He died Oct. 2 in Silverdale, Wash. at the age of
Survivors include his wife Maocir, Silverdale; one daughter Olivia
Lanier, Silverdale; his parents, Samuel Lanier Sr. and Rebecca Lanier Jones,
Aliceville; grandmother Mary Long Lanier, Cleveland, Ohio; motherin-law
Barbara Riley, Houston, Tex.; step-grandmother Eula Lanier, Aliceville;
three brothers, Ran-dolph Harris, Atlanta, Ga., Bobby, Las Vegas, Nev.,
and Antonio Lanier, Aliceville; three sisters, Michelle Tate and Latrece
Hines, both of Aliceville, and Lytonya H Barnes, Las Vegas, Nev.; and a
host of aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
Members of the U.S. Navy served as pallbearers.
Honorary pallbearers were Aliceville High School Class of 1994, Aliceville
High School varsity football team and PTSO support group, and the VA Medical
Burial was in the church cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.
James Bradford Shaw
Funeral services for James Bradford Shaw of Rt. 2 Reform were held
at 2 p.m. Oct. 13 at Bethlehem Baptist Church with Rev. Tommy Hughes and
Bro. Kenneth Stough officiating.
He was a native of Reform. He attended Bethlehem Baptist Church where
he served as deacon. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He is retired
from Westinghouse Electric after 30 years of service. He is preceded by
his parents J.B. and Leona Shaw and a son Harold Shaw, Reform. He died
Oct. 10 at his residence at the age of 72.
Survivors include his wife Blanche Duncan Shaw, Reform; daughter Patti
Noland, Reform; two sisters, Sybil Gilmore, Franklinton, La., and Christina
Kelley, Reform; two brothers, Perry Shaw, Birmingham, and Maynard Shaw,
Pallbearers were Jim Brownlee, Roger Kelley, Ellis Turnipseed, Quinton
Oglesby, Gerald McGahey and Alan Shaw.
Burial was in Arbor Spring Cemetery with Dowdle Funeral Home directing.