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Saint Clair times (Newspaper) - November 8, 2012, Saint Clair, MichiganIt la i r if f i f f s f Yvo / a a v v Vav v r v f a / get Quot Ltd Rev by Quot. St. Clair times. St. Clair county Leeds and Trussville ala., thursday november 8, 2012 Page two a obituaries Jimmie Claire Atkinson Holly Springs funeral service for Jimmie Claire Atkinson 73, was wednesday october 31, 2012 at 1 pm at Lemley Chapel with Bro. Jimmy Aaron amp Bro. De Engle officiating. Burial was at it. Caramel cemetery mrs. Atkinson died october 29, 2012 at her residence. She was retired from accounting books Ping was Emp oyed by bar Low world and a member of pleasant Hill United methodist Church. She was preceded in Rov amp death by parents Roy Clara Richards Colley and brother Roy s. Colley or. She is survived by daughter Wanda freeze Bill of Argo sons Curtis r. Barbarao Holly Springs and James t. Atkinson Midge of Holly sister Mother and Baker. His service was at the a Chapel on saturday november 3, 2012 beginning at 2 pm with Rev. Jerry Wadsworth and Rev. Wayne Arnold officiating. Burial followed at Branch Vil be cemetery. Ridout s Trussville Chapel directed the service Johnnie Gail Dodd Ashville funeral service for Johnnie Gail Dodd 64, was saturday november 3, 2012 at 3 m at Morgan funeral Apel. Pastor Shane Bearden officiated. Burial was in Rainbow memorial gardens. Mrs. Dodd died november 1, 2012. Mrs. Dodd attended Oldham Chapel Church. One of her greatest Joys was playing the piano. She was a u Springs 8 Dren 17 great grandchildren Sisters a ice Littlepage of hex ver mar Yanne Wells of Tarrant sister in Law Lena Colley of Birmingham. Pallbearers were Kevin freeze Brian freeze Michael freeze Curtis , jr., Joshua Atkinson Craig Atkinson Joseph Rogers. Lemley funeral Home directed the service Gordon Calvin Bain Pell City funeral service for Gordon Calvin Bain 78, was sat. November 3, 2012 at 12 noon at Kilgroe Chapel. Hill Oving wife t Tolly so Mari Mother and grand Chii a grandmother. Mrs. Dodd Valley 31, burial was cemetery. He died october 2012. He is preceded in death by his parents Gordon Pierce Bain and Bertie Mae Polk Bain grandson Zachary Clinton Mason. Survivors Are wife Sara Brown Bain sons Michael Anthony Julie Bain Christopher Scott Amy Bain daughters Gina Lynne Mark Woodard Melinda me Chell Todd Pierce brother Terry Dale Kay Bain grandchildren Jessica Woodard surd Austin Mason Joshua Woodard Jesslyn Freeman Justin Bain great grandchild Victoria surd. Condolences May be offered online at Kilgroe funeral Home Pell City directed the service Edgar Calvin Odenville Edgar Calvin age 65, went to his heavenly Home on wednesday october 31, 2012. He was a very devoted and Loving husband and father. Fie retired from Alapasco after 22 years of service As master fitter. Edgar had a wonderful sense of humor love for life an unconditional love for his wife of 25 years and 5 children. He was preceded in death by his parents Cynthia and Charles Calvin and son Wayne. He is survived by his wife Laura Cathy Calvin sons Chris Calvin and Jeremy Calvin Amy daughters Michelle blow Jon and Rhonda Howells Lance grandchildren Katelyn Drew Aerial Jacob Makaylan Aidan and baby Luke Brothers John Joe George Charlie and Walter Calvin sister Beverly Bolz aunt Clara Phillips special Mother in Laws Lena Hammock and Virginia Brown and several nieces and nephews. Special thanks to Oasis hospice especially was preceded in death by her parents Albert and Florine Bowling and brother Ronald bowl ing. She is survived by husband Maurice Dodd of Ashville sons Keith Reynolds Beth of Ashville Chris Reynolds Kebrina of Steele Jonathan Reynolds Katie of Ashville sister Tessie Carroll brother Danny Bowling of Gadsden grandchildren Steven Hunter Dakota Katelyn Austin and lil Yann Reynolds. Pallbearers were Randy Bowling Mike Bowling Steven Reynolds Scott Stewart Jeremy Bowling Josh Wyatt John Paul Taruc and Rick Nunn. Morgan funeral Chapel and crematory directed Hattie Quot Cricket Quot Kay Ragland funeral service for Hattie Quot Cricket Quot Kay 81, will be thursday november 8, 2 . At Kilgroe Chapel with interment in Providence cemetery Ragland. Mrs. Kay died november 5, 2012. She is preceded in death by her husband Orlin Granville Kay. Survivors Are her sons David Oarie Kay Sammy Jane Kay Sisters in Law Shirley Trammell and Gail Trammell grandchildren Paul Gina Kay and Keith Paula Kay Shannon Anthony Esteleta and Adam Amber Kay great grandchildren Lakena Kay Callie Kay Morgan Kay Orlin Drake Kay destiny Kay Savannah Kay Blaine Kay Mason Dunaway Megan Dunaway great great grandchild to Simpson Dunaway. Condolences May be offered online at . Kilgroe funeral Home Pell City will direct the service Larry Ray Kirby Pell City or. Larry Ray Kirby 64, passed away wed esd october 31, 2012 in Birmingham. No Public services Are planned for or. Kir by. He is survived by wife. Dean Kirby son Lalan Ray Angela Kirby of Pell City sister Debra Simmons of Rainbow City grandsons Kenny Dale Kirby Michael Shane Kirby Joshua Adam Kirby Corey Shae Kirby All of Pell City great granddaughters Anastasia Marie Kirby amp Madison Joy Kirby both of Valdosta a nieces Jessica Simmons and Dawn Kirby Nephew. Bar Kirby. At in first Ash member of Pell City a first Boe Dies at 77 in lieu of Flowers the family requests that donations be made to the american heart association. Condolences May be offered online at usrey funeral Home in Pell City directed Lola Juanita Macon Pell City funeral service for Lola Juanita Macon 93, was tuesday november 6, 2012 at 11 00 . At Kilgroe Chapel. Burial followed in Oak Ridge cemetery. Is. Macon passed away november 4, 2012. She is survived by daughters Rita Robert a , Connie Bobby a Hollis grandchildren Kerry Hollis Corey Bearden Jason Blue Dustin Oswalt great grandchildren Jordan Hollis Peyton Hollis Bella Kate Garrett Levi Bearden Jett Bearden Nathaniel Kennedy Lily Oswalt Sebastian of Walt sister Betty Foster. Condolences May be offered online at King Rex funeral Home in Phi City directed Charles Lee Manning Wattsville Charles Lee Manning 75, went to be with the lord tuesday november 6, 2012, at Home surrounded by family. Or. Manning was preceded in death by his wife Ida r. Manning Mother Ida l. Howard father Lee j. Manning brother Jimmy Lee Manning. Or. Manning is survived by his daughter Sharon Manning of Wattsville grandchildren Chris Fuggs and Grayson of Wattsville great grandchild Hayden sister Eva it Adkins of Fultondale sister Martha Black of Hance Ville ten nieces an nephews. Usrey funeral Home Pell City was in charge matred Inez Moore Ashville funeral service for mrs. Matred Inez Moore 76, was Friday november 2, 2012,1 . At first Baptist Church of Ashville with or. James Sampley officiating. Mrs. Moore died tuesday october 30, 2012 in Annville. Matred was employed by greater Mississippi insurance company for Over 18 years and was also employed at vocational rehab in Meridian Mississippi. She was also the food service director at Carter Jap Petal is and Baptist Church Ville Al. She is survived by her husband Murl Rudoph Moore daughters Moore Terry Schickel of Meridian is Paula Moore Glenn Brown of Ashville Al son Phillip Rudolph Moore of Richton is Sisters Wilma Cameron of Cartersville a Mable Moore of Meridian is grandchildren Lilah Arker Terry l. Sci Nickel Eric Brown Emily Goodman Hanna Moore Katelyn Moore great grandchildren. Cade Hudson Mallie Hudson Mabie Parker Dillon Schickel Clay Schickel Tyler Schickel Evan Schickel. In lieu of Flowers the family requests that donations be made to the first Baptist Church of Ashville building fund. Usrey funeral Home Pell City directed the service. Pell City Ernest White a member of Pell City a first Board of education died thursday at the age of 77. A if there was Ever anyone who invested time and Effort to make the Community better it was Ernest a said Michael Barber assistant superintendent of the Pell City school system. Barber said White being one of the first to serve on Pell City a school Board brought a vision to the City a schools. He said White had the willingness to serve on the newly formed Board of education which is something no one else had done before. He said White and others a forged a path for the future of the school system. A the set the tone for others to come a Barber said. A the had a willingness to step up and represent All a the was a great great Man a Boe employee Brenda Reese said. A the did a lot for our school White was elected to the Pell City Board of education in 1982, and served until resigning in 1991. He also served on the City a planning and 2x Ning Board the beautification Council and worked Parr time for the City spark and recreation department. A a in be lost a great personal Friend and this City has lost one of its leaders a mayor Bill Hereford said. A a in be known him just about All my life a said City councilman James Mcgowan. A the was a Good family Man. He was a Good person. He worked hard at everything he did and always did a Good in 1999, White was selected As lion of the year by the Lions club and was honoured As citizen of the year by the Pell City chamber of Commerce in 2000. Joe Funderburg former school Board member and newly elected mayor of Pell City described White As a hard working and a a sincere and said he was a a real asset to the Funderburg said the whole Community feels the loss when it comes to someone like White. A Ernest represented a caring dedicated individual who worked hard to improve the school system and the Community a Funderburg said. A we need More people like a the was a genuine person a he said. A he was the real White also volunteered for Many groups and organizations including the Gideons and relay for life. He spent nearly 30 years volunteering As a poll worker registering people to vote and served As a Board member for Lakeside hospice. A the was involved in Many things in our City a Mcgowan said. White was a member of first Baptist Church on 19th Street where he served As treasurer for Many years and was also a former chairman of the deacons ministry. Barber said Whites willingness honesty and openness benefited Many in the area. A it Wasny to about him it was about others a Barber said. A the had a servants heart and made an in act on Many Peoples lives. A Barber added a god have put him in a better position to the band Hall at Pell City High school is named i a a is Ernest White for Whites son the late Ronnie White and his son Keith teaches Art at Coosa Valley and Walter m. Kennedy elementary schools. A this Community is the beneficiary of his great parenting a Barber said. A the was one of the finest men i Ever knew. I loved him Bob Barnett who served alongside White As a Board member for the Pell City chamber of Commerce said he was a a real pleasure to a the was a wonderful person a Barnett said. In addition to All his Volunteer work. White also worked As a mail Carrier for the . Postal service for 25 years. Funderburg said he met White through his work with the postal service and later sought his advice As a member of the school Board. A the always listened to what you had Funderburg said. Barber said that when White worked As a mail Carrier a the brought More than the he said White brought a a smiles and a words of encouragement to those he delivered mail to. A the will surely be missed in our Community a Mcgowan said. A you can to help but to miss people like to say Community Calendar visit us online at wow. Thestil airtime. Com deadline for placing an announcement in Community Calendar is noon monday. To Post an event Call Heather Baggett at 256-299-2127, email or fax to 256-299-2189. Thursday nov. 8 Moody metro basketball and Moody youth wrestling registration is taking place thursday nov. 8, at Moody City Hall from 6- . Call 205-640-0320 for details. The District 5 neighbourhood association meets at 7 . On the second i thursday of each month at the historic i eeds depot to discuss issues within our Distria and City. All residents Are invited. Friday nov. 9 the Odenville Public Library hosts a used Book Sale from 9 . Until noon and 1 . Until 3 . Each Friday. For More information Call 205-629-5901. Monday nov. 12 Springville first United methodist Church will Host its annual veterans Day dinner on monday nov. 12, in the Fellowship Hall. The event is open to the Public and a is at 5 30 . Three on a string will be the featured performers. The Odenville senior Center 183 Alabama St., on the Side of town Hall is open monday Friday from 7 30 . Until 1 30 . The senior Center offers singing ceramics games and crafts. 5 30-7 30 ., at Barnes amp Noble Bookstore at the Summit on . 280, in Birmingham. The fair will include a performance by the los jazz ensemble and a scene from the los drama class. The los cheerleaders will also be on hand. A percentage of the purchases from the event will help the los Library Purchase new Filion titles. Pre school Story time every tuesday at 10 ., at the Doris Stanley memorial Library in Moody. Wednesday nov. 14 the St. Clair county commission will be officially sworn in and hold its first official work session and meeting of the 2012-2016 term wednesday nov. 14, beginning at 9 ., at the county a administrative Center in Ashville. Area ladies arc invited to the Birmingham East women a connection Brunch at Grayson Valley country club. The annual fundraiser will feature jewelry and accessories. Guest speaker is Martha Cahoon from Monroe ga.,artist and author will relate How she painted Hope into her life. Brunch begins at 10 . Cost is $12. For reservations Call Janice at 205-853-3022 or email rfoster5@bham. . There will be food fun and door prizes the Pell City civitan club will have Christa Bryant from the Pell City school systems special education program As its guest speaker at the clubs nov. 14 meeting at noon. La it cation is the Pell City civic Center. Lunch is provided with a sep to Charlotte Arnold 205-338-8863, ext. 1002. Fortson museum amp archives 150 Alabama Street Odenville Al 35120, is open wednesdays and sundays from 1 to 4 . Closed holidays. Admission is free but donations Are appreciated. Holiday foods open House nov. 14 at 10 . At the a la building 32775 . Hwy 231, Ashville. The event will be hosted by St. Clair Farmers federation women a leadership committee. For More information email email. Com or Call 205-594-5518. Crochet club for beginners and or novices meets every wednesday from 1 .-3 ., at the Doris Stanley memorial Library in Mccody. Computer classes wednesdays at 10 ., at the Doris Stanley memorial Library in Max Fly. Pre Register by calling 640-2517. The drive in in Argo 205 467-3434 Crawford Skinner Agency inc. J a service since 1944�?� Tuo Omen hts no a Hock it Hunt. Tuesday nov. 13 the Leeds Fligh school Library is hosting a xxx k fair on tuesday nov. 13, from Complete insurance Agency 205 467-6777 6412 main Street Springville

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