Funeral services for Steve F. Junkin of Gordo were held at 11 a.m.
Jan. 31 at Gordo First United Methodist Church with Rev. Rusty Tate officiating.
He was a member of the Gordo First United Methodist Church, the owner
of Twin Pines Electric and a lifelong resident of this area. He died Jan.
28 at Northport Medical Center-DCH at the age of 42.
Survivors include his wife Rene' Junkin, Gordo; two sons, Logan Junkin
and Graham Junkin, both of Gordo; one sister Sheree (Jeff) Gilliam, Gordo;
two brothers, Philip N. (Debbie) Junkin, Northport, and Tim (Vickie) Junkin,
Gordo; parents Cliff F. and Betty Jane Junkin, Gordo; and grandparents
Naaman and Mable Fair, Gordo.
Pallbearers were members of the Saturday Morning TLC Prayer Group,
Mark Babb, Jim Elmore, Richard Howell, Dale Lancaster, Maurice Stuckey
Jr., Mike Wise, Joe Krebs and Sammy Sanders.
Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Pamela Hughes, the nurses and staff at
the Southeast Cancer Network, PC, and ICU, Northport Medical Center, and
employees of Twin Pines Electric.
Burial was in Old Corrs Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery with Skelton
Funeral Home of Reform directing.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Gordo
First United Methodist Church New Building Fund, P.O. Box 343, Gordo, AL
Willie N. McDaniel
Funeral services for Willie N. McDaniel of Carrollton were held at
2 p.m. Feb. 3 at Marvin Chapel Methodist Church with Rev. Ricky Skelton
He was preceded in death by his sisters Margie Cook, Eric Reynolds
and Dorothy Shepherd; and brothers J. V. McDaniel and Nelson McDaniel.
He died Feb. 1 at the age of 78 at DCH Regional Medical Center.
Survivors include his wife Mary McDaniel, Carrollton; sisters-in-law,
Pauline Ammons and Melinda (William H.) McDaniel), both of Carrollton;
and brothers-in-law Anton (Betty) Stimac, Reform and Bobby J. (Rosie) Stimac,
Pallbearers were Tony McDaniel, Billy Shepherd, Michael Stimac, David
Watkins, Elmer Dean McDaniel and Robert Watt.
Burial was in the Marvin Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery with Stabler
Robbins Funeral Home of Aliceville directing.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Marvin Chapel Methodist
Church or Cancer Society.
Funeral services for Fred Slagle of Gordo were held at 2 p.m. Feb.
1 at Skelton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Garnett Brown officiating.
He was a retired mechanical engineer, a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II and a lover of hunting and fishing. He died Jan. 29 at the age of
79 at his residence.
Survivors include his wife Grace Free Slagle, Gordo; daughters Karen
(John Clayton) Carpenter, Northport, and Shelby Lambert, Reform; sons Roger
Frederick (Charlotte) Slagle, Arlington, Tex., and Clay Carlton Slagle,
Shreveport, La.; sisters Sara Jane Boucher, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mary Lou
Hess, Shreveport, La.; brother Hugh Dan Slagle, Garland, Tex.; eight grandchildren;
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Mickey Lambert, Ricky Lambert, Billy Byars, Chester
Parker, Frankie Reynolds and Jimmy Sanders.
Burial was in Double Branch Cemetery with Skelton Funeral Home of Reform
Funeral services for Ruth H. Stricklen of Augusta, Ga. were held at
3 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Chapel at Trinity on the Hill United Methodist Church
in Augusta, Ga. with Dr. David B. Jones officiating.
She was born in Pickens County. She was a homemaker and a member of
Trinity on the Hill UMC, Smith Bible Class at Trinity and the Retired Officers
Wives Club. She died Feb. 2 at the age of 83 at Westwood Nursing Home.
Survivors include her son, Simon A. Stricklen Jr., Marietta, Ga.; daughter
Susan Lloyd, Augusta, Ga.; and 7 grandchildren.
Burial was in Westover Memorial Park with Elliott Sons Funeral Home
Sam H. Brown
Funeral services for Sam H. Brown of Gordo were held at 2 p.m. Feb.
25 at Gordo First Baptist Church with Rev. Marc Howard, Rev. Eddie Rogers
and Rev. Ed Vaughn officiating.
He was a member of Gordo First Baptist Church and a retired police
officer for the Gordo Police Department. He was preceded in death by his
son Larry Wayne Boyd; four brothers; and one sister. He died Feb. 22 at
the age of 89 at Salem Nursing Home.
Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Cordie Elmore Brown, Gordo;
sons Joe (Carol) Brown, Gordo, and Rev. James S. Boyd, Tuscaloosa; grandsons
Sammy L. Brown and Jamie (Naomi) Lance Brown; and great-granddaughters
Shayla Brown and Cierra Brown.
Pallbearers were Kevin Kelly, Larry Sanders, Roy Mullenix, Jason Mullenix,
Olen Clay, Rayford Fife, Sean Tierce and Robbie Richardson.
Honorary pallbearers were Dr. John Brandon, Dr. Mark Ricketts, employees
of DCH 4th Floor South, employees of Salem Rehab and Nursing Home, Debbie
Driver and Debbie Farley, members of Capstone Quartet, members of Men's
Adult Sunday School Class at Gordo First Baptist Church, faculty and staff
of Lakeside Center, employees of Brown's Custom Carpentry and Woodworks,
Narramore Construction Co., patrons of Gordo Barber Shop and friends and
neighbors of the Gordo area.
Burial was in Pleasant Grove "Bump" Cemetery with Skelton Funeral Home
of Reform directing.
Wilda Vail Dawkins
Funeral services for Wilda Vail Dawkins of Columbus, Miss. were held
at 2 p.m. Feb. 23 at Springhill Baptist Church with Bro. Chester Shaw officiating.
She was a native of Lamar County. She worked at American Bosch for
a number of years before retiring. She was a homemaker and a member of
Springhill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband Benjamin
Eddy Dawkins; brothers Lewis Hill Vail, Morris Vail, Wilford Vail and James
Vail. She died Feb. 20 at the age of 82.
Survivors include her daughter Joyce (Newt) Young, Millport; son Billy
(Edward (Eva) Dawkins Sr., Elberta, Ala.; brothers Billy Grafton (Virginia)
Vail, Starkville, Miss. and Bobby (Dean) Vail, Millport; grandchildren
Vickie (Greg) Langley, Robbin (Keith) Richards and Billy Edward (Sherry)
Dawkins Jr., all of Columbus, Miss., Floyd Patterson and Cody Patterson,
Millport, and Bonita (Ted) Dempsey, San Diego, Cal.; and great-grandchildren
Amanda (Michael) Britt, Mikki Dawkins, Dalton Richards and Brandy Richards.
Pallbearers were Jerry Blakeney, Mike Vail, Timmy Vail, Kenneth Vail,
David Shaw, Hurley Sims, Ray Hancock and Earl Shaw. Honorary pallbearer
was Dr. Jerry Turner.
Burial was in Springhill Cemetery with Dowdle Funeral Home of Millport
Myrtle Key Falls
Funeral services for Myrtle Key Falls of Tuscaloosa were held at 2
p.m. Feb. 23 at Skelton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Robert M. Causey
She was a member of the Arbor Springs Baptist Church in Samantha and
a retired store manager for J. C. Murphy. She was preceded in death by
her husband William Olen Falls; son William Avery Falls; grandsons William
Ross McDaniel and Richard Lynn McDaniel; and sons-in-law Jim Fullerton
and James Kizziah. She died Feb. 20 at the age of 83 at Salem Nursing Home.
Survivors include her daughters Bonnie (Wilford) Kyles and Faye (Ray)
McDaniel, both of Reform, Maye (Jack) Kizziah, Kaye (Nathan) Walker and
Sheila (Dane) Dickey, all of Tuscaloosa.; 13 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were grandsons. Honorary pallbearers were Salem Nursing
Home staff, Dr. Lee Richardson and staff and Pickens County Medical Center
Burial was in Arbor Springs Baptist Church Cemetery in Samantha with
Skelton Funeral Home of Reform directing.
Gracie Alma Harless
Funeral services for Gracie Alma Harless of Gordo were held at 2 p.m.
Feb. 24 at Hargrove United Methodist Church with Rev. Wayne Blankenship
She was the oldest living member of Hargrove United Methodist Church,
a homemaker and a life-long resident of Pickens County. She was preceded
in death by her husband Emmett V. Harless; daughter Edith Hall; infant
son William Harrison Harless; and grandsons Derriel Boatman and infant
Baby Boy Hall. She died Feb. 21 at the age of 100 at Heritage Health Care
Survivors include her daughters Ann Boatman, Oxford, Sue (Stillman)
Fair, Gordo, and Nell (Al) Amador, Guntersville; son Emmett (Betty) Harless,
Tuscaloosa; nine grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were her grandsons.
Burial was in the Hargrove First United Methodist Church Cemetery with
Skelton Funeral Home of Reform directing.
Funeral services for Horace Hurst were held at 1 p.m. Feb. 22 at Galilee
Baptist Church in Panola with Rev. Jimmie Ellis Jr. officiating.
He was a native of Scooba, Miss. He was a member of Sunflower Baptist
Church of Scooba and was affiliated with the Masonic lodge as a third-degree
master mason. He was preceded in death by an infant child; daughter Annie
Hurst-Davis; five brothers; and two sisters. He died Feb. 15 at the age
of 90 at Pickens County Medical Center.
Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Annie Mae Coleman Hurst, Panola;
sons Jessie Parham, Jimmy L. Hurst and Roy D. Hurst, all of Geiger, and
Bobby Hurst, Aliceville; daughters Maggie L. Hurst, Margaret Hurst, Addie
Hurst-Laitenen, Sarah Hurst, Pennie Hurst, Cherry A. Hurst-Conner, Carol
Hurst-Wells and Kim Hurst; 30 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren;
two sisters-in-law; and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were sons, grandsons, nephews and community friends.
Honorary pallbearers were the staff of Pickens County Medical Center.
Burial was in Galilee Cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.
John Henry Simon
Funeral services for John Henry Simon of Elgin, Ill. were held at 11
a.m. Feb. 17 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church with Rev. Alton Hinton officiating.
He was a member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. He was employed with
Kirby Packing, Hills McCann and Flexonic Manufacturing Co. He was preceded
in death by his mother Minnie Hicks; and sister Ida Mae Simon. He died
Feb. 11 at the age of 61 at his residence.
Survivors include his wife Mildred, Elgin, Ill.; father Webster, Russellville;
brother Melvin (Edna) Hicks, Carrollton; sisters Irene Hill and Betty Blair,
both of Carrollton; daughters Debra (Tesfaye) Tewolde, Elgin, Ill., and
Teresa (Raymond) Smith, Plainfield, Ill.; sons John A. Simon and Webster
B. Simon, both of Elgin, Ill.; brother-in-law Clark Ferguson Jr., Carrollton;
10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.
Burial was in the church cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.
Lulie Walters Sr.
Funeral services for Lulie Walters, Sr. of Ethelsville were held at
11 a.m. Feb. 22 Elbethel Baptist Church with Rev. Jessie Noland officiating
and Lavender Funeral Service directing.
He was a member of Elbethel Baptist Church. He was preceded in death
by his wife, Ella mae Guyton Walters. He died Feb. 17 at the age of 85
at Pickens County Medical Center.
Survivors include his children Florine Walters Neal, and Collis Walters,
both of Ethelsville, Lulie (Anna) Walters Jr., Chicago Heights, Ill., Pauline
Walters (Will) Hunt, Homewood, Ill., and Billy J. Neal, Detroit, Mich.;
grandchildren Herbert Walters, Rene Walters, Linda Tellis, Patrick Neal,
Kathary Johnson, Billy Neal Jr., Patty Thomas, Nieces Neal, Larry Walters,
Jessica Walters and Maxine Hill; great-grandchildren Scotty Tellis, Derric
Tellis, Chris Walters, Krystalyn Walters, Ambra Walters, Terrika Johnson,
Alynda Johnson, Dedra Hill, Jimmeka Hill, J. P. Hill III, Larry Darnell
Hill, Dexter Thomas, Gregory Thomas, Larry Walters Jr., Kynyahta Walters,
Florissa Hill, Tennyson Hill and Jimmy Darnell Hill; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were grandsons and great-grandsons, Herbert Walters, Scotty
Tellis, Larry Walters Sr., Derric Tellis, A. J. Thomas, J. P. Hill Jr.,
Gregory Thomas, Larry Walters, Jr., and Leroy Tellis Jr.
Honorary pallbearers were Howard Grove, Ezell Henry, Onnie L. Guyton,
Johnny James Smith, Willie D. Guyton and Leroy Tellis Sr.
Herbert Oliver Williams
Funeral services for Herbert Oliver Williams of Reform were held at
4 p.m Feb. 23 at Fellowship Baptist Church with Rev. Leon Orr officiating.
He was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church, a retired crane operator
for Ceco Steel, a member of the Alabama National Guard and a life-long
resident of Pickens County. He was preceded in death by his parents Luther
and Bessie Lowe Williams; and brother Granville Williams. He died Feb.
20 at the age of 63 at his residence.
Survivors include his son Steve (Linda) Williams, Tampa, Fla.; brother
Junior Williams, Reform; and grandchildren Steven Blake Williams and Kevin
Pallbearers were Tommy Williams, Terry Akin, Christopher Shaw, Jeff
Crocker, Donald Daniels and Ronnie Vinson.
Burial was in Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery with Skelton Funeral
Home of Reform directing.
Cecil D. Duncan
Graveside services for Cecil D. Duncan of Reform were held at 11 a.m.
March 20 at Crossroads Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Rickey Jackson
officiating and Skelton Funeral Home of Reform directing.
He was a native of Pickens County, a retired employee of Eastern Airlines
and a U.S. Army Veteran of Korea. He was preceded in death by his parents
Hugh and Beulah Duncan and six brothers. He died March 18 at the age of
67 at his residence.
Survivors include his sisters Mary Murphy, Birmingham, Becky Pidde,
South Carolina, Norma Miller, Mt. Vernon, and Betty Lancaster, Carrollton;
brothers Jerry Duncan, Okeechobee, Florida, and Clyde Cartee and Verdo
Cartee, both of Mobile; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Elease Oglesby of Gordo were held at 2 p.m. March
21 at Crossroads Baptist Church with Rev. Jerry Robbins and Bro. Shawn
She was a member of Crossroads Baptist Church and a retired employee
of American Bosch. She was preceded in death by her granddaughter Tammy
Appleby. She died March 19 at the age of 71 at Northport Medical Center.
Survivors include her daughter Linda (Thomas) Thorton, Gordo; sisters
Annette Mills and Gladys Pate, both of Millport, and Helen (Bobby) Pate,
Gordo; brother Junior (Ruby) Oglesby, Gordo; grandchildren Lynn (Wilford)
Shirley and Tim (Lanetta) Weatherly, both of Gordo; and nine great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Eddy Appleby, Steve Mills, Dale Carr, Wayne Trammell,
Jackie Mills, Shawn McDaniel, Jamie Oglesby and Billy Lee.
Burial was in Crossroads Baptist Church Cemetery with Skelton Funeral
Home of Reform directing.
Funeral services for Jackie Pate of Aliceville were held at 3 p.m.
March 25 at First Baptist Church of Aliceville with Rev. Jim Cooley and
Rev. Larry Potts officiating.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Aliceville, a homemaker,
former employee of Westinghouse, a retired deli manager for Jitney Jungle,
a member of the Aliceville Homemakers Club, and a life-long resident of
Pickens County. She died March 23 at the age of 70 at Aliceville Manor
Survivors include her husband Thomas L. Pate, Aliceville; daughter
Jean (Stanley) Eatman, Carrollton; son Tommy (Sandra) Pate, Gordo; sisters
Faye (Don) Hackworth, Chandler, Okla., Betty (David) Tilley, Columbus,
Miss., and Janet (Thomas) Rester, Tuscaloosa; brother Bill (Peggy) Allen,
Houston, Texas; grandchildren Stan (Christie) Eatman, Lynn (Bryan) Potts,
Eric (Tracy) Eatman, Ashley (Glen) Junkins, Coley (David) Blakney and Lindsey
Pate; and great-grandchildren Justin Eatman, Victoria Eatman, Kyle Eatman,
Michael Potts, Logan Potts, Brooke Eatman and David Branham.
Pallbearers were Stan Eatman, Eric Eatman, Bryan Potts, Glen Junkins,
David Blakney and Justin Rester.
Honorary pallbearers were Doug and Sevena Upton, Foster and Wanda Bell,
Kim and Perry Hickman, Ted and Sharon Ezelle, Tim and Sharon Fulgham, Leslie
and Dot Montgomery, Lillian Nelson Sunday School Class, Tuesday Morning
Bible Study Group, friends and club members, Comfort Care Hospice, Dr.
Patel, Pickens County Medical Center doctors, nurses and staff; and Aliceville
Manor Nursing Home nurses and staff.
Burial was in Union Chapel Cemetery with Skelton Funeral Home of Reform
Roy Lee Harcrow
Funeral services for Roy Lee Harcrow of McShan were held at 2 p.m.
March 29 at Crossroads Baptist Church in Carrollton with Rev. Ricky Jackson
and Rev. Steve Lammons officiating.
He was a member of Crossroads Baptist Church, the American Legion and
the VFW. He was a retired employee with 33 years of service to McShan Lumber
Company, and a veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by his
first wife Dorothy Harcrow. He died March 29 at the age of 80 at his residence.
Survivors include his wife Louise Hill Harcrow, McShan; daughters Mamie
Nell Dickson, Northport, and Pauline McCrackin and Joyce O'Mary, both of
Gordo; step-daughter Rita Inman, Columbus, Miss.; brother James Harcrow,
Reform; sisters Mamie Sobley and Annie Oglesby, both of Reform; six grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren and six step-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Mickey McCrackin, Danny O'Mary, Larry Inman, Tommy
Dickson, Joseph Poole and Jason Jackson.
Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Lee Thomas, Dr. John Hinton, staff of
Cancer Treatment Center, friends and neighbors and Hospice of West Alabama.
Burial was in the Crossroads Baptist Church Cemetery with Skelton Funeral
Home of Reform directing.
Jessie Macrae Harris
Funeral services for Jessie Macrae Harris of Columbus, Miss. were held
at 2 p.m. March 28 at Skelton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Sexton
He was a native of Winfield and lived in the Columbus area for 42 years.
He was a member of the First Freewill Baptist Church. He was a retired
truck driving instructor for Golden Triangle VoTech and was a U.S. Army
veteran of World War II. He died March 27 at the age of 77 at his residence.
Survivors include his wife Anna H. Harris, Columbus, Miss.; daughter
Myrtle H. (Charles) Buchanan, Columbus, Miss.; son Larry Macrae (Teresa)
Harris, Memphis, Tenn.; sisters Gerline Sexton, Brilliant, and Bertie Mae
Box, Selma; brother Romer Harris, Littleville; grandchildren Kelly Buchanan,
Donna (Dennis) Bennett and Wayne (Theresa) Kidder, all of Columbus, Miss.,
Beth (Larry) Skelton, Carrollton, Jody Harris, Mt. Pleasant, SC, and Jennifer
Harris, Birmingham; and great-grandchildren Haley Bennett, Rebekah Skelton,
Greydon Kidder and Kimberly Bennett.
Pallbearers were grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were 483rd Army Artillery, Dr. Duckworth, Dr.
Whitecar, members of Hospice, 4th floor nursing staff of Baptist Memorial
Hospital, and Harvey Gause.
Burial was in Winfield with Skelton Funeral Home of Reform directing.
J. T. Johnson
Graveside services for James Thomas "J.T." Johnson of Demopolis were
held at 10 a.m. March 30 at Fellowship Cemetery with KiddRobbins Funeral
Directors of Demopolis directing.
He was a former resident of Pickens County and lived in Demopolis for
a number of years. He was self-employed in the construction business. He
was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Korean conflict. He was
a Mason and a Methodist. He was preceded in death by his son Tommy Johnson.
He died March 28 at the age of 73 at DCH Regional Medical Center.
Survivors include his daughter Stephanie A. Johnson, Chattanooga, Tenn.;
sons Owen H. (Cindy) Johnson, Fayetteville, Tenn., and Marvin A. "Buddy"
Johnson, Demopolis; mother Edith Latham, Demopolis; and four grandchildren.
Fred Price Jr.
Funeral services for Fred Price Jr. of Columbus, Miss. were held at
2 p.m. March 26 at Fairview Baptist Church with Bro. Mickey Dalrymple and
Bro. Steve Lammons officiating.
He was a lifetime resident of the Columbus area and a member of Pleasant
Hill Baptist Church. He served in the United States Navy as a Boatsman
Mate 3rd Class from 1950-1954. He retired from Bell South in 1983 after
serving over 29 years as a System Technician. He was the president of the
Golden Triangle Telephone Pioneers, a member of the Missions Service Corps
and Campers on Mission. He was preceded in death by his brothers James
A. Price and Everett L. Price. He died March 23 at the age of 71 at his
Survivors include his wife Mae Price, Columbus, Miss.; son Kelley Price,
Columbus, Miss.; daughter Anna Eaves, Butler; sister Mildred Jaynes, Marion,
Ill.; and grandchildren Matthew Eaves, Dustin Eaves, Timothy Eaves, Lauren
Price and Stephanie Price.
Pallbearers were Dustin Eaves, Matthew Eaves, Billy Price, Mike Price,
Justin Price and Chris Sansing.
Honorary pallbearers were Gene Gillis, Bill Webster, Frank Moore, the
Telephone Pioneers of America, the Men of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church,
the Men of Fairview Baptist Church, Hospice of Baptist Memorial Hospital,
Caledonia Class of 1950 and Lowndes Baptist Mission Volunteers.
Burial was in Memorial Gardens, Columbus, Miss., with Lowndes Funeral
Home of Columbus officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mississippi Baptist Mission
Service Corp., the Baptist Building, Jackson, Miss.
Ruth Juanita Stephens
Graveside services for Ruth Juanita Stephens of Aliceville were held
at 11 a.m. March 26 at Franconia Cemetery with Dr. Jim Cooley officiating
and StablerRobbins Funeral Home of Aliceville.
She was a member of Aliceville First Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death by her husband John William Stephens. She died March 26 at the
age of 77 at her residence.
Survivors include her stepdaughters Mattie (James) Woolbright, Northport,
and Jean (Bud) Spiller, Aliceville; son Johnny J. Stephens, Demopolis;
sisters Catherine Franklin and Faye Franklin; grandchildren Cody Stephens,
Jonathan Stephens, Lena Bass, Linda Allen, Ann Robertson, Murray Bailey
and James Woolbright Jr.; and several nieces and nephews.
Carrie Lee Windham
Funeral services for Carrie Lee Windham of Aliceville were held at
12 noon March 26 at Lavender Funeral Service Chapel with Pastor Samuel
She was preceded in death by her sister Mary Lee Cook Williams. She
died March 20 at the age of 78 at Pickens County Medical Center.
Survivors include her son John Lee Davis, Seattle, Wash.; niece Dorothy
(Odie Jr.) Jones, Tampa, Fla.; brother-in-law Ben Williams, Tampa, Fla.;
great-nieces Sheila A. Jones and Deidre R. Jones, both of Tampa, Fla.;
great-nephews Jeffery G. Jones, Tampa, Fla., Ray D. Jones, Atlanta, and
Tracy A. Jones, Norfolk, Va.; great-great-nieces Zenobia T. Jones, Chicago,
and Brittany N. Bozemore, Tampa, Fla.; and great-great-nephew Estovia C.
Jones, Norfolk, Va.
Burial was in Cluster Cemetery with Lavender Funeral Service directing.