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Siegel Co., Inc. and a member ... Thomas J. Grooms of Gleason; one stepson, Kenny Lemonds; two daughters, Pat Delaney of Dresden and Debbie Grooms of Lexington; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Williams Funeral Home of Gleason was in charge ... (Daily Star)
July 13,1971: Mrs. George Worthy and her daughter, Mrs. Emily Williams, and her granddaughter ... The family will receive friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Garrett, 317 Ridgeway Dr. Aug. 7, 1971: funeral of Miss Marie Purvis Aug. 11, 1971: Ellaville ... (Americus Times-Recorder)
He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 63 years, Louella J. Strayhorn; parents, Goldie E. Strayhorn and Nina Hale Strayhorn; brother, Luther W. Strayhorn ... Burial followed at Hopewell Cemetery. Williams Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. (Daily Star)
Biglow Funeral Home ... W., 74, Cook Electric owner, died Tuesday. Services pending. Cornerstone. Crenshaw, Artelia, 93, retired laborer, formerly of Muskogee, died Monday in Lithonia, Ga. Services pending. Keith D. Biglow. Lancaster, Kathryn J., (Tulsa World)
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