Allen Baldwin of Albion died Sept. 27, 2001 at Foote Hospital in Jackson.
He was born in Lee County, Alabama to Sam and Willie Ann (Edwards)
Baldwin. He married Katie Ruth Collins in Albion March 27, 1954. She preceded
him in death Jan. 17, 1979.
He came to Albion in 1949 from Alabama, and worked for Hayes-Albion
until June 1, 1992.
He was a member of Lewis Chapel A.M.E.Church, and was also an usher
there. He was an avid gardener, and was well known for his expertise in
wallpapering. He enjoyed being entertained by his grandchildren.
He is survived by sons Owen A. (Jacqueline Carson-Baldwin) Baldwin
of Aurora, Illinois, and Eric L. (Willy) Baldwin of Jackson; five grandchildren:
Victor, Jeremy, Montrelle, Michael, and James; three great-grandchildren;
sisters Callie Winfield of Opelika, Alabama, Minnie Freeman of Apopka,
Florida, Ella Fears of Opelika, Alabama, Dorothy Clark of Albion, Willie
Bessie Baldwin of Opelika, Alabama, and Betty Banks of Albion; and close
friends Walter Crum Sr. of Albion and Mary Lou Mitchell of Albion.
He was also preceded in death by brothers Isiah, Robert, and Levi;
and sisters Margie Chambers, Ethel Baldwin Mohead, and Mary Baker.
Visitation was October 3 at the Albion Chapel of Tidd-Williams Funeral
Chapels. Funeral services were October 4 at Lewis Chapel A.M.E. Church,
with the Rev. Stanley Sims officiating. Interment was in Albion Memory
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lewis Chapel A.M.E. Church.
Earl Deel, age 76, of Jackson (formerly of Albion) died Saturday, Sept.
29, 2001 at his home.
Mr. Deel was born June 4, 1925 in Buchanan County, VA to Charlie and
Tracy (Diel) Deel.
He retired from Corning Glass Co. where he had been employed for 25
years, and had also worked at Albion Industries for 14 years. He served
in both the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army during World War II. Earl was a member
of Southern United Baptist Church, and he enjoyed woodworking, crossword
puzzles and gardening.
Survivors include his wife, Ruby Deel, whom he married in 1949; daughters,
Jeanette Werner of Jackson, Mrs. Dave (Mickey) Hunt of Ludington, and Mrs.
Mark (Patty) Benjamin of Morrice; sister Lilly May Breeding of Virginia;
brothers Ervin Deel and Virgil Deel, both of Virginia; and six grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, America Mitchell.
Funeral services were October 3 at the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home,
with the Reverends Greg Vincent and Jim Snyder officiating. Interment followed
at Albion Memory Gardens.
Memorials may be made to Southern United Baptist Church (Building Fund)
or to the Diabetes Association.
Almetra Wilford, age 68, of Albion died Sept. 26, 2001 at University
of Michigan Health Center in Ann Arbor.
She was born Feb. 14, 1933 in Hope, Arkansas to Governor and Clarse
She was a cook for the Countryside Restaurant in Battle Creek for approximately
12 years. In 1963, she married William Wilford. He preceded her in death
In 1962, she moved to Albion and became a member of Grace Temple Church
and the Goodwill Singers. She enjoyed gardening, fishing, and traveling.
Survivors include daughters Virginia Hopson of Albion, Evelyn (Keith)
Tansil of Lansing, and Debra (James) Wilford of Lansing; sons Allen (Janice)
White of Albion and William (Patricia) Wilford of Lansing; sisters Doris
White of Milwaukee, Grace Tucker of Chicago, Sally Johnson of Milwaukee,
and Barbara White of Chicago; brothers Michael (Cynthia) White of Tennessee,
Edward White of Cleveland, and Joe Louis and Shirley White of Texas; special
friend Maggie Coats; 19 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sisters and
Visitation was October 1 at the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home. Funeral
services were October 2 at Grace Temple Church of God in Christ, with the
Rev. Robert Brown officiating. Interment was in Albion Memory Gardens.
Ethel Vines, 80, of Albion, died Thursday, Sept. 13, 2001 at Foote Hospital
Mrs. Vines was born Jan. 7, 1921 in Dublin, Georgia, the daughter of
Willie and Louvenia Coney.
She met and married George Warren, Sr. in 1947. To this marriage, two
children were born, Ethel Marie Warren and George Timothy Warren, Jr. This
marriage ended. Later she met and married Lester Edmond, Sr. To this marriage,
one son was born, Lester D. Edmond, Jr. This marriage was ended in death.
Later she met and married Larmza Vines. This marriage also ended in death.
She was a member of Gethsemane Temple Church of God in Christ, and
the Mothers Board of the church. She enjoyed cooking.
Survivors include sons, George T. Warren and Lester D. Edmond, both
of Albion; brother Willie Coney of Albion; sisters Rosanna Davis of New
York and Nora Robinson of Albion; eight grandchildren; and nephew Easley
D. Edmond and niece Naomi Edmond, both of Albion.
She was also preceded in death by daughter Ethel Marie Warren; brothers
David Coney, Eddie Coney, Leonard Coney, Rev. Daniel Coney, Joe Coney,
Theo Davis, Milton Davis, and Rev. James Davis; sisters Lillie Lee, Willie
Mae Malley, Lois Ricks, Lelia Coney, and Essie Mae Mitchell; and granddaughter
Funeral services were Sept. 21 at Gethsemane Temple, with the Rev.
Eustice Williams officiating. Interment was in Albion Memory Gardens.
Arrangements were handled by T.M. Hughes-Perry Mortuary, LLC.
William J. Shedd
William J. Shedd, 17, of Springport, died Oct. 5, 2001 as the result
of an auto accident.
He was born Dec. 24, 1983 at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri to
William E. Shedd and the former Jacqueline Kennedy.
He was a senior at Springport High School, and was active in Future
Farmers of America. He was attending the Jackson County Career Center for
Graphic Arts, and worked at Felpausch in Albion. He played bass guitar,
and loved all forms of music. He enjoyed cooking, writing music, traveling,
and being with his friends. He formerly played football and soccer. He
was friendly and outgoing.
Survivors include his mother, Jackie (Dwayne) Conley of Springport;
his father, William E. (Clare) Shedd of San Francisco, California; a sister,
Sarah Shedd of Springport; a half-brother, Nicholas Shedd of San Francisco;
paternal grandparents, John and Marjorie Shedd of Albion; maternal grandmother
Sally Kennedy of Albion; maternal great-grandfather Amos Auxier of Salyersville,
Kentucky; and numerous aunts and uncles.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Herman Kennedy,
and his maternal great-grandmother, Frances Auxier.
Funeral services will be Thursday (Oct. 11) at 4 p.m. at Springport
High School, with the Rev. Robert Doner officiating. The family will receive
friends and family from 1 p.m. until the time of the service at the high
school. Interment will be in Springport Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Springport High School.
Arrantements were by the Albion Chapel of Tidd-Williams Funeral Chapels.
Bertha L. Yaudes
Bertha Louise Yaudes, 88, of Homer, died October 11, 2001 at Albion
Manor Care Center.
She was born in Horton on the family farm January 27, 1913 to Arthur
B. and Clara Mae (Fowler) Howe.
She was a lifelong resident of the Horton and Homer area, and retired
from State Farm Insurance after 22 years of service as a control clerk.
She enjoyed knitting, crafts, ceramics, and playing cards and bingo.
Survivors include a daughter, Katherine Ann Tribby of Phoenix, Arizona;
grandchildre, Michelle Weinsoft of Austin, Texas and Michael (Melissa)
Klepper of Albion; and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death
by brother J.R. Howe, sister Mary Evelyn Dryer, and niece Clara Fillmore.
According to Mrs. Yaudes' wishes, cremation has taken place and there
will be no services. Arrangements were made by the Albion Chapel of Tidd-Williams
Funeral Chapels. Friends who wish may make donations to the American Cancer
Valerie A. Brown
Valerie A. Brown, 43, of Albion died October 12, 2001 at home.
She was born August 21, 1958 in Albion to Charlie and Ruby (Williamson)
Valerie graduated in 1976 from Albion High School, and attended Kalamazoo
Community College and Davenport College. She was employed as a secretary/clerk
for the State of Michigan, working in the Morrison Building in Lansing.
She enjoyed reading and spending time with her friends.
Survivors include her mother, Ruby Dixon of Albion; daughter Kareesha
Brown of Albion; son Rashad Brown of Albion; brothers Derek Williamson
of Jackson and Michael Talbert of Kalamazoo; her uncle, Benny Smith of
Battle Creek; two aunts, Ella Terrell of Lansing and Lorraine Wright of
Jackson; and a host of cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by
her father, Charlie Dixon.
Services will be Thursday, October 18 at noon at Bethel Baptist Church
in Albion, with the Rev. Fred Alexander, Jr. officiating. Family hour is
from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Interment will follow in Albion Memory Gardens.
Arrangements were handled by J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home.
Calvin Lee Crenshaw, Sr.
Calvin Lee Crenshaw, Sr., 73, of Portage and formerly of Albion, died
Ocotber 10, 2001 at Albion Manor Care Center.
He was born June 3, 1928 in Greenville, Alabama to Clate and Indiana
(Dunklin) Crenshaw. He was married to Annie Mae (Smith) for 26 years. Their
marriage ended in divorce. He later married Julia (Patterson). They were
married for 14 years, and then divorced. Both wives survive.
Calvin was a core maker at Hayes Albion for many years. He was also
a member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Survivors include three daughters, Shirley Anglin and Delores Crenshaw,
both of Sylvania, Ohio, and Gloria (Barry) Crenshaw-Brown of Toledo, Ohio;
a son, Calvin Crenshaw, Jr. of Albion; sisters Estherline Ridgeway of Mobile,
Alabama, Mary Ann (Nathanel) Arnold of Clinton, Maryland, Jewell (Lewis)
Patterson of Albion, Sally Crenshaw of Albion, and Virgie Boggan of Flint;
brothers Sam Crenshaw of Albion, and C. Autis Crenshaw of Jackson; nine
grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by
his parents, son Robert Crenshaw, two brothers, and three sisters.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 17 at the Gethsemane Temple
Church of God in Christ in Albion, with the Rev. Harry Crenshaw officiating.
Interment will follow at Albion Memory Gardens. Arrangements were made
by J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home.
Richard C. 'Big Richard' McGhee
Richard C. “Big Richard” McGhee, 48, of Albion, died October 13, 2001
in Battle Creek.
He was born January 18, 1953 in Talladega, Alabama to James and Lena
J. (Chapman) McGhee.
Mr. McGhee attended Hamtramck High School in Detroit, and came to Albion
in the early 1980s. He attended Mt. Calvary and John 3:16 Churches. He
worked at Cole's Restaurant in Albion, and at Albion Housing in the maintenance
Surviving him are two brothers, James McGhee of Albion and Wilson McGhee
of Battle Creek; stepsister Samantha Reynolds of Gadsden, Alabama; stepbrother
Roland Reynolds of Talladega, Alabama; special friends Julius Spicer, Al
Taylor, and Henry Gamble; sisters-in-law Gladys McGhee and Lutisha McGhee;
and several special nieces and nephews, Sedrick Estelle, Shelena Boykin,
and Duane McGhee. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Harry
and Willie McGhee, and sister Annie Mae McGhee.
Visitation will be Thursday, October 18 from noon to 9 p.m. at the
Albion Chapel of Tidd-Williams Funeral Chapels. Family Hour is from 11
a.m. to noon on Friday, October 19 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Funeral
services will be Friday, October 19 at noon at the church, with the Rev.
Charles Jones officiating. Interment will be in Albion Memory Gardens.
Dorothy Jean Wilson
Dorothy Jean Wilson, 68, of Albion, died October 16, 2001 at her home.
She was born April 18, 1933 in Ann Arbor to Harry and Thelma (Faust)
Lentz, and graduated Charlotte High School. She married Furman Woodrow
Wilson Sept. 4, 1957. He preceded her in death in 1980.
Dorothy was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ, Albion. She enjoyed
spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Survivors include two daughters, Julie Stough of Chattanooga, Tennessee,
and Jini Wilson of Albion; a son, Jerry Dean Wilson of Washington; seven
grandchildre; and four great-grandchildren.
Burial took place in Brooklyn Cemetery in Chesnee, South Carolina.
Arrangements were handled by J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home in Albion.
Delores J. Wells
Delores J. Wells, 64, of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, died October 17, 2001 in
the OSU Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.
She was born February 19, 1937 in Albion to the late John and Julia
(Jaskiovak) Marron. Delores married Robert E. Wells, Sr. June 15, 1959.
Delores was an active member of the Church of the Sacred Hearts. She
participated in the Sacred Hearts Ladies Altar and Rosary Society, and
was a member of the Parish Council of Sacred Hearts. She was founder of
Ladies Birthday Luncheons, and was the chairperson of the Sacred Hearts
Annual Bazaar, as well as many other church activities and committees.
She was a member of the Polish Falcons Federation in Jackson.
Delores was involved in community activities such as the Gourd Show
committee, serving two years as chair, Morrow County Humane Society, Mt.
Gilead Swim team, and St. Jude Bike-A-Thon.
Survivors include her husband, her children: Cynthia A. Stanley of
St. Paul, Minnesota, Machelle R. Ervin of Phoenix, Arizona, Bobbette J.
Smith of Marion, Ohio, and Robert E. Wells, Jr. of Marengo, Ohio; a granddaughter,
Angela L. Stanley; and a sister, Patricia Fischer of Parma.
Mass of Christian Burial was October 20 in the Church of the Sacred
Hearts, with Father Charles J. Foeller officiating.
Arrangements were handled by Gompf Funeral Home of Cardington.
Dorothy (Tamm) Aron, 93, of Albion, died October 17, 2001 at Trillium
She was born March 13, 1908 in Chicago, Illinois to Walter and Evelynne
(Dyer) Tamm. She married Richard Aron January 2, 1934. He preceded her
in death in 1991.
Mrs. Aron did much volunteer work. She was a counselor for depressed
women in the Los Angeles area, and was a home tester for the Consumers
Union for many years. She loved to travel, and enjoyed music and reading.
Survivors include her aunt, Gladys Dyer-Quale; a sister-in-law, Imelda
Aron; a brother-in-law, Gilbert Ayron; and many cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and a son.
Cremation has taken place, and her ashes, as those of her husband,
will be buried at St. Jude's Ranch for Children in Boulder City, Nevada,
when the Richard and Dorothy Aron Building is dedicated in thanksgiving
for their bequest through the Aron Family Trust.
A memorial service will be Tuesday (Oct. 23) at 9:30 a.m. at St. James
Episcopal Church, with Father Ed Scully officiating.
Arrangements were handled by the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home in Albion.
Memorials may be made to St. Jude's Ranch for Children, or to Sloan-Kettering
Mary J. Baughey
Mary J. Baughey, 73, a resident of Hartford City, Indiana, died Oct.
22, 2001, in the Blackford County Hospital, Hartford City, after a brief
Mrs. Baughey was born July 24, 1927 in Charlotte, the daughter of Leon
and Margaret (Van Buskark) Weeks. She was a graduate of Albion High School,
and attended Wright’s Beauty College in Battle Creek, and Ball State University
in Muncie, Indiana. She had worked for various clothing boutiques in Albion,
and for Saks Fifth Avenue in Detroit.
A resident of Hartford City since 1962, she married Ralph Baughey,
Jr., in Angola, Indiana April 17, 1947. Mr. Baughey, who was president
and CEO of H-P Products, preceded her in death Dec. 6, 2000.
Mrs. Baughey was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Hartford
City, the Psi Iota Xi Sorority, and the Blackford Country Club.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Nick (Vicki) Seat of Nashville,
Tennessee; three sons: Daniel R. (Susan Parks-Baughey) of Hartford City,
and Mark, Elwood, and Michael (Beth), all of Hartford City; nine grandchildren:
Scarlette Boothe, Ryan McIntire, Betzie and Leigh Anne Baughey, Andrew,
Brian, Nathan, Nicholas and Evan Baughey; and three great-grandchildren:
Britanny and Chelsea Boothe and Tammy Baughey. In addition to her husband
and parents, she was preceded in death by son David, daughter Cynthia,
brother Elmer Weeks, and stepfather Stanley Matheson.
Services will be Thursday (Oct. 24) at Waters Funeral Home in Hartford
City, with the Rev. David Smith officiating.
Memorials may be made to the Blackford Community Foundation in Hartford
Bessie Ruth Hoag
Bessie Ruth Hoag, 86, of Albion, died Friday, Oct. 19, 2001 at her home.
She was born Oct. 20, 1914 in Albion to Frank and Isabella (Cavanaugh)
Keck. She married R. Sheldon Hoag Aug. 20, 1934. He preceded her in death
Mrs.Hoag was a machine operator for 28 years at Corning Glass, and
was employed at Johnson Day Care for 20 years. She was a past 4-H leader,
member of Calhoun County Extension, and Marengo Methodist Church. She enjoyed
flying, and had earned her pilot license. She also enjoyed boating, camping,
hiking, traveling, working outdoors, and collecting agates.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. James (Susann) Shepherd of Albion;
two sons, Kip (Bonnie) Hoag of Concord, and Ray Hoag of Albion; a brother,
John (Anne) Keck of Las Vegas, Nevada; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren;
and one great-great-grandchild.
Services were October 22 at the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home. Interment
was in Albion Memory Gardens.
Memorials may be made to Life Span Hospice.
Thomas Edward Harris
Thomas Edward Harris, 42, of Albion, died Oct. 21, 2001 at his residence.
Mr. Harris was born October 17, 1959, in Albion to James Ronald and
Layola Jane (Hutchins) Harris. He lived in the tri-county area most of
his life. He worked for various places of business, including Angola Coach
in Angola, Indiana. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, working on cars, and doing
Survivors include son Jason of Coldwater; six brothers, Gary of Jackson,
Wes (Nancy) of Homer, Steve (Kathy) of Concord, Phillip of Albion, Neil
“Ray” (Lorrie) of Tekonsha, and Bert (Deborah) of Coldwater; and four sisters,
Mrs. Sid (Judy) Avery of Bronson, Mrs. Jay (Linda) Neusbaum of Hodunk,
Connie Harris of Tennessee, and Mrs. Daryl (Gail) Shoemaker of Angola,
Indiana. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Visitation will be Thursday, October 25 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Albion Chapel of Tidd-Williams Funeral Chapels.
Funeral services are Friday, October 26, at 1 p.m. at the chapel. Interment
will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Girard.
Alice M. Washington
Alice M. Washington, 80, of Albion, died Oct. 26, 2001 at Trillium Hospital
Mrs. Washington was born Feb. 14, 1921 in Albion to Wheeler and Alice
(Galloway) Coleman. She graduated Benton Harbor High School, and later
worked as a seamstress.
She was a member of the Gethsemane Temple Church of God in Christ for
over 35 years, and during the past year, she was with Transformation Ministries
of Albion. She was a member of The Albion Writers Club, and enjoyed reading,
sewing, gardening and garage sales. She was married to her husband, Hugh
Washington, for more than 60 years.
Survivors include her husband Hugh; four daughters: Ramona (Earl) Truss
of Albion, Janie (Morris) Bradley of Albion, Sylvia (George) Baker of Chandler,
Arizona, and Phyllis (George) Radney of Englewood, Colorado; eight sons:
Phillip (Mattie) Washington, Jerome (Delma) Washington, and Hugh Angelo
Washington, all of Albion, Starlon (Diane) Washington of Jackson, Von (Frances)
Washington Sr. of Kalamazoo, Theodore “Teddy” Washington of Boulder, Colorado,
Robert “Alfred” Washington of San Francisco, California, and Matthew Washington
of Denver, Colorado; sister Bruna Mae Greaves of Albion; 46 grandchildren;
and 35 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by son Carlos, daughter
Teresa, and sisters Georgia Smith, Helen Washington, and Julia Kirkland.
Funeral services will be at noon Thursday (November 1) at the Grace
Temple Church of God in Albion, with elder Robert Brown, Sr. officiating.
Interment will follow at Riverside Cemetery. Family hour will be from 11
a.m. to noon Thursday at the Church.
Arrangements are being handled by J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home.
Sanford S. Ratliff
Sanford S. Ratliff, 91, of Albion, died Oct. 29, 2001 at Trillium Hospital
He was born Oct. 1, 1910 in Floyd County, Kentucky to James and Polly
(Sutton) Ratliff. He married Sadie Slusher in May, 1934. She preceded him
in death in 1993.
Mr. Ratliff was a coal miner for 35 years, moving to Michigan in 1962.
He also worked for Pickens Plating for seven years.
He was a member of Southern United Baptist Church and the United Mine
Workers of America.
Mr. Ratliff was an avid hunter, and enjoyed walking, gardening, and
Survivors include five daughters: Norma Jean (Eugene) Collins of Albion,
Magdalene (Pondale) Petroff and Dorothy (Roger) Quada, both of Marshall,
Jody (Virgil) Owens of Homer, and Melba (Gilbert) Jackson of Cleveland,
Ohio; a son, David (Pam) Ratliff of Homer; three sisters: Cora Slone of
Prestonberg, Kentucky, Dottie Neely of Hueysville, Kentucky, and Maudie
Hoover of Hippo, Kentucky; a brother, Joe Ratliff of Hueysville, Kentucky;
21 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.
He was also preceded in death by son Frank, and by 11 brothers and
Services will be Friday (Nov. 2) at 1 p.m. at the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral
Home in Albion, with Pastors Garvel Owens and Jim Snyder officiating. Interment
will be in Fairview Cemetery in Homer.
Memorial contributions may be made to R.B.M. Missionaries.
Charley Willie Taylor
Charlie Willie Taylor, 59, of Albion, died Oct. 28, 2001 at Marshall
Mr. Taylor was born Nov. 23, 1941 in Parkin, Arkansas to Charley Taylor
and the former Annie Mae Campbell. He moved to Albion in 1967. He worked
at Albion Malleable as a grinder from Jan. 29, 1968 until 1986. He married
twice, to Marie Johnson and to Eddie Mae Johnson. Both marriages ended
Survivors include three sons: Timothy Taylor and Charley "Chucky" Taylor,
both of Albion, and Robert D. March of Poplar Bluff, Missouri; his father,
Charley Taylor of Detroit; three brothers: Willie Campbell and Herman (Michelle)
Taylor, both of Albion, and D.D. (Carolyn) Jones of Topeka, Kansas; three
sisters: Joann (Ernest) Moody-Allen, Geneva Benton, and Sherry Fleming,
all of St. Louis, Missouri; and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his mother, and by a brother, Jerry Lee
Visitation is Friday (Nov. 3) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Albion
Chapel of Tidd-Williams Funeral Chapels. Family hour is Saturday (Nov.
3) from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at East Chestnut Street Church of Christ.
Services will be Saturday (Nov. 3) at 1:30 p.m. at East Chestnut Street
Church of Christ in Albion, with Brother William Murphy officiating. Interment
will be in Poplar Bluff City Cemetery in Poplar Bluff, Missouri.
Larry D. Justice
Larry D. Justice, 49, formerly of Albion, died at his home in Texas
Oct. 11, 2001.
Mr. Justice enjoyed playing the guitar and piano, and learning to play
all kinds of instruments by sound. He was an avid reader and researcher
on a wide variety of subjects.
Survivors include his wife Shirley; children Tiffany, Rachael, and
Steven; grandchildren Andrew, Justin, and Matthew; mother Chelcie Justice
of Albion; brother David Justice of Raleigh, North Carolin;, sister Sandra
Justice of Albion; and many uncles, aunts, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by all his grandparents; his father, Virgil
Justice; two brothers, Mark and Stephen; and uncles, aunts, and cousins.
Services were in Texas.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Christ Apostolic Church in