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... Memorial Cemetery in Clanton. The family requests no flowers but donations be made to the Montgomery Cancer Center: Cancer Wellness Foundation of Central Alabama, 4145 Carmichael Road, Montgomery, 36106. Martin Funeral Home directing. You may leave ... (The Clanton Advertiser)
He was a WW II Army veteran, worked for L&N Railroad for 41 years, elected vice president of Tennessee State Labor Council, retired as State Legislative Director of United Transportation Union, was active Al Chymia ... Brothers Funeral Homes, Inc. were ... (Daily Star)
He is survived by wife, Lisa Miller Ridner of Crossville; son, Charles Ridner (Stephanie) of Alabama; daughter, Angela Netherton; grandchildren, James, Mary and Damien Ridner, Trevor and Mercedez Martin ... Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc. was in charge ... (Crossville Chronicle)
HORSESHOE LAKE, ARKANSAS: Iona "Onie" McCollough Gates Clark, 90, died March 5, 2010 at her home. Funeral services ... Miller of Martin, Joyce LaBree (Buddy) Smothers of Hollow Rock, and Marjorie Lynne LoVette of Foley, Alabama; four grandchildren and ... (Daily Star)
Hadley, John Houston Chance and wife Ashley, Robert Shane Hadley, Kelley Danielle Presley and husband Matt, John English and wife Magen, Jessica Martin and ... Johnson-Quimby Funeral Home, Inc. in charge of all arrangements. Atmore, Al. (Atmore Advance)
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