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HARTFORD | Alfred J. “Al” Wagner, 85, Hartford, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, in his home, surrounded by his loving family. Al was born on Dec. 13, 1928, in the town of Richfield, to Alfred and Margaret (Marks) Wagner. He was united in ... (WisNews)
Walton Beach, FL, Larry (Glenda) Galloway of Hartford, AL, Karol (Vaughn) Lee of Archer, FL, Margie (Steve) Lee of Bainbridge, FL, and Kenny (Susan) Galloway of Hartford, AL; many nieces and nephews, several cousins and many friends. Patsy believed in hard ... (Dothan Eagle)
He graduated from Auburn (Alabama) University in 1970 ... He is also survived by Theresa Hartz of New Hartford, widow of Betty’s brother, Henry L. Hartz. He leaves his stepmother, Joan Youmans and two aunts, Polly Kloeti and Joan Cozens. (Daily Star)
She is survived by her loving husband of 43 years Gary Oxendine of Cottondale; two sons: Tim Sanders and wife Heather of Cottondale, Jamie Oxendine of Cottondale; two brothers: Billy Purvis of Marianna, Terry Purvis of Hartford, Alabama; ten grandchildren. (Foster Folly News)
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife; son, Robert Beery; brother, Al Beery; and sister, Beverly Price. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Keplinger Funeral Home, 509 N. High St., Hartford City. Burial will follow at Hartford City Cemetery. (The Herald Bulletin)
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