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Mrs. Lele Mae Jenkins-Steen

Mrs. Lela Mae Steen was bron to the union of Mr. Jim Jenkins and Mrs. Liddie Benjamin Stallworth on August 17, 1936. She converted at an early age and was Baptized at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Oak Hill, Alabama. In 1953 Lele met and married Lewis Steen, Sr. and to this union, two children were born. Upon moving to Pensacola, Mrs. Lele Steen united with Houser-Memorial A. M. E. Zion Church and she remained a faithful member until she was capacitated by a length of illness which ended in death, November 3, 1983. She leaves to mourn her loss; her husband, Lewis Steen, Sr., one son, Lewis Steen, Jr., one daugher, Alice Jenkins, her mother, Mr.s Liddie Benjamin Stallworth, her mother-in-law, Kattie B. Steen, two sisters, Lula L. Watson, Annie Jenkins and seven brothers, Frank Jenkins, John Jenkins, McKinley Jenkins of New York City, John Benjamin of New York City, Eligha Benjamin, James B. Stallworth, Cleveland Smith; four uncles, Sam Benjamin, Gilbert Benjamin, Enoch Benjamin, Earnest Benjamin; four brothers-in-law, David Watson, Park Steen, Gerald Steen, Manuel Steen; six sisters-in-law, Rosie L. Jenkins, Rachel L. Jenkins, Martha Steen, Annie L. Benjamin, Millie Steen, Lizzie Steen; a host of aunts, nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends. Services, Monday November 7, 1983, 2:00 P. M., Houser Memorial A. M. E. Zion Church, 710 East Jordan, Pensacola, Florida. Rev. Matthew Nathan, Officiating. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Benboe Funeral Home, directing.

Deacon Mack Lee McBride, Sr.

Mack Lee McBride, who had worked as a youth director and detoxification counselor for the state of California, died Monday at his home in Beatrice. He was 74. A native of Monroe County, was a member of the Cathedral of Faith Christian Center of Beatrice, serving as deacon. he was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors include four sons, Mack Lee McBride, Jr., Randy Earl McBride, and Kevin McBride, all of Richmond, CA, and Jessie Tillis of Los Angeles; seven daughters, Helen Crowder, Alice Roberts, Maxine Valley, Renea Jones and Lidia Tillis, all of Richmond, CA, Barbara Lewis of Vallejo, CA, and Tamara Grove of Beatrice, AL; a brother, Elmore McBride of Beatrice, three sisters, Katie Lambert of Beatrice, Bama McBride of Boston, MA and Bernice Phillips of Oak Hill, AL; 47 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren, and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Services are set for 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Cathedral of Faith Christian Center; Burial will be at Morning Star Cemetery. JONES UNITY FUNERAL HOME of Monroeville is directing.

Brother Ollie McConnico

Ollie McConnico, of Pensacola, died Tuesday, August 8, 2000 in a local hospital following a lengthly illness. Born March 9, 1913, in Oak Hill, Wilcox County, Alabama, to the late Charlotte and Joel McConnico, who prededed him in death. Also preceding him in death were his siblings, George and Rebecca McConnico. Survivors include his children, Charlotte, Verinerd, Glen, Syrian McConnico, Bernice Lanier, Shirell Hawkins and Robert(Willo Dean) Benjamin, of Chicago, IL; and many grandchildren an other relatives. Services will be held at 11AM, Monday August 14, 2000 at Emanuel Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Lewis officiating. JOE MORRIS AND SON FUNERAL HOME is in charge of arrangements.

Deacon Nathaniel Dale

Deacon Nathaniel Dale, a native of Camden, Alabama and a resident of Mexia, Alabama was born September 20, 1914 and passed Thursday, November 16, 2000. He was a member of New Chapel Baptist Church in Mexia where he served as a deacon. He was a member of Masonic Lodge #904 F&AM and a retired carpenter. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Louise Fore Dale; four children, Miller N. Dale, Arthur L. Dale Sr., Alphonso Ramsey and Sallye Dale McNeely. He leaves to cherish his memory, one daughter, Ma ttie (Wilson) Bullard of Mexia, AL; one brother, Jimmy ``Uncle White'' (Gainsetta) Dale of Mobile, AL; 16 grandchildren, Glenda (Trent) Gantt and A. Faye Boykin of Brewton, AL, Daron ``Flip'' (Pam) Ray of Mobile, AL, Kim Dale of Houston, TX, Beverly (Michael) Williams of Brewton, Melissa (Anthony) Jackson of Frisco City, AL, Patricia (Corey) Richardson of Mexia, AL, Woodie (Josephine) Bullard of Frisco City, AL, Clifford (Teresa) Bullard of Claiborne, AL, Wayne (Dora) Bullard of Mexia, Michael Ramsey, Monica Ramsey, Margie Ramsey, Corey Ramsey and Lane ice Ramsey, all of New York, NY; 25 great grandchild ren and one great great granddaughter. 3 godsons, Matthew (Geraldine) Davis, Lorenzo Hollinger and ``Frick''. 2 special nieces, Gladys Gilmore and Inez Dale; 3 very special close friends, Mr. Ervin Lee, Charlie White and Otis Simpkins. He will be missed by a host of great nieces, nephews, relatives and friends whose lives he has touched. His remains will lie in state at Christian Benevolent Funeral Home Thursday, November 23, 2000 from 12:00 until 4:00 P.M. and after 8:00 A.M. Friday, November 24, 2000 at New Chapel Baptis t Church, 600 Snowden Rd., Mexia, AL. The family will receive friends from 10:00 until 11:00 A.M. at which time Rev. J. O. Malone, Pastor, will conduct funeral service. Interment will follow in Monroe Chapel, Inc . Arrangements by CHRISTIAN BENEVOLENT FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Hamilton St., Mobile, AL 36603.

Mrs. Sallye Dale McNeely

May The Life I Lived Speak For Me'' Born April 6, 1941 exchanged life for eternity on Friday, September 1, 2000 at a local hospital. A native of Monroe County, Al. and a resident of Mobile for over 40 years. Sallye accepted Christ at an early age and upon moving to Mobile in the early sixties, she united with the Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, where she served faithfully, full of zeal with love for the church and all people until her death. She worked in many capacities in the Church: President of the Willing Workers, Advisor to the Sunbeams, Treasurer of Mission Circle #1; member of the Board of Trustees and Youth A dvisors. She was Co-Chairman of the Trustees and Trustee's Wives an auxiliary of the Sunlight District Association. Sallye worked as a educator in the Mobile County Public School Systems for over 32 years until retirement in 1998. She received her Bachelor's of Science Degree from Alabama State University; Master's Degree from the University of South Alabama and ED.S. Degree from Mobile College. Sallye was preceded in death by her mother, Louise Dale; brothers, Miller N. Dale, Arthur Dale and Alphonso Ramsey. She leaves to cherish her memory, father, Nathaniel Dale of Monroe County, AL; devoted sister, Mattie (Wilson) Bullard of Monroe County, Al; two stepdaughters, Elaine McNeely and Donna Pettis both of Dallas, TX; one step grandchild, Brandi McNeely of Dallas, TX; devoted cousin, Gladys Gilmore (G.G.) of Mobile; two sisters-in-law, Fannie Dale of Mobile, AL and Barbara Dale of Frisco City, AL; one uncle, Jimmy (Gainsetta) Dale of Mobile; two devoted friends, John C. Battles of Oklahoma City, OK and Bobby Small of Mobile; nieces and nephews , Patricia (Corey) Richardson, Woodrow (Josephine) Bullard, III, Clifford (Teres a) Bullard, Wayne (Dora) Bullard, Toya (Roderick) McMillian, Matthew (Geraldine) Davis, Lorenzo Hollinger all of Monroe County, AL, Michael Ramsey, Margie Ramsey, Monica Ramsey, Al Ramsey, Jr., Corey Ramsey, Leneice Ramsey all of New York, NY, A. Faye Boykin, Glenda (Trent) Gantt, Beverly (Michael) Williams all of Brewton, AL, Melissa (Anthony) Jackson of Frisco City, AL, Kim Dale of Houston, TX , Daron Ray of Mobile, AL; two godmothers, Hattie Madison and Flora Richardson o f Mobile, AL; four godchildren, Angela (Mitchell) McCarroll, Brandi Davis, Brandon Roberson, Amber Joi Jackson all of Mobile, AL; God sister, Bennie Rigsby of Monroe County, AL; two God brothers, Dea. Palmo (Bernice) Dockery and Rev. Richard (Almeida) Dockery, Sr. of Mobile; her special and close friends, Clara Williams of Monroe County, AL, Geneva Smith, Rosie M. Davis, Feryne Henley, Geraldi ne Jackson, Dea. Earl (Lillian) Walker, Maime Coleman, Edrice Rivers, Dea. James (Carrie) Ruffin, Ethel Greene all of Mobile, AL; devoted neighbor, Mr. Frank Ponquinette and Family, Kool, a host of other relatives and friends, and many who were touched by the life o f such a sweet and gentle spirit. Visitation will be at Christian Benevolant Funeral Home , Friday, September 8, 2000 from 12 noon until 5 p.m. and after 9 a.m. Saturday, September 9, 2000 at Corinthian Missionary Baptist C hurch, 451 Weinacker Ave, Mobile, AL 36604. The family will friends from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. at which time Rev. Dr. Alvin A. Cleveland will officiate. Immediately following funeral service, the cortege will leave for viewing at the New Chapel Baptist Church, 600 Snowden Rd, Mexia, AL, Rev. J. O. Malone, Pastor. Interment will be at the Monroe Chapel, Inc. Funeral arrangements are by CHRISTIAN BENEVOLENT FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Hamilton St, Mobile, AL 36603.

Mrs. Edna Dale McMillian (Gram)

Mrs. Edna D. McMillian (Gram) -- Born May 2, 1917, departed this life on Friday, August 23, 2002 for Eternal life. She was born the eldest of nine children to the late Clarence and Catherine Dale in Wilcox County, AL. She served as a faithful member of Pleasant View Missionary Baptist Church. She leaves to cherish her memories a loving and dedicated daughter, Edna L. Pugh; two loving sisters, Nancy Knight and Martha Labyzson, both of Mobile; one sister, Mary (Hilbert) Watson of Boston, MA; one brother, Junior (Rosemary) Dale of Mobile, AL; three grandchildren, Angela Johnson of Mobile, Terrell (Melissa) Pugh of Mt. Vernon, AL and Lyonell (Linda) Pugh, Jr. of Whistler, AL; five great-grandchildren, Leslie, Brittany, Brandon, Courtney and Corina; and a host of devoted nieces, nephews, neighbors, other relative and friends. Visitation will be at the Pleasant View Missionary Baptist Church, 1517 Kayte Street, Mobile, on Thursday, August 29, 2002 from 9:00 AM until the 11:00 AM funeral hour. Rev. George Patterson, Pastor and officiating minister. Interment will follow in the Gethsemane Cemetery, North, Eight Mile, AL. Arrangements are by REESE FUNERAL HOME, 925 Bessemer Ave, Prichard, AL 36610 251-456-2257

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Brother Enoch "Grand Daddy" Benjamin, Sr.

Born April 7, 1906, to late Mrs. Minnie McReynolds-Benjamin and Mr. Richard Benjamin, Mr. Enoch Benjamin, Sr., a native of Oak Hill, Alabama and a resident of Prichard, Alabama for a number of years, departed this life Wednesday, September 19, 1984 at a local hospital. (at his home). Preceding him in death were his parents, his grandparents, Sam and Fannie Benjamin, and Evans and Lidya McReynolds, Sr., his great-grandparents, Walter and Betsey McReynolds, and Richard and Ester Johnson, his great-great grandfather, Anthony McReynolds, several siblings, and a stepson, Samuel Swift Harris, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory a devoted wife, Mattie Singleton-Benjamin; eight sons, Georgge (Mary) Benjamin, Sr., Royal (Irene) Benjamin, Sr., Enoch Benjamin, Jr. and James Benjamin, all of Mobile, Alabama, Melvin (Irene) Benjamin, Sr. of McIntosh, Alabama, McArthur Benjamin, Sr. and Robert (Willo) Benjamin, both of Chicago, Illinois and Collin (Annie) Benjamin, Sr. of Richmonc, California; one sister, Mrs. Lillie Benjamin-Stallworth of Pensacola, Florida; two brothers, Mr. Earnest Benjamin of Atmore, Alabama, and Mr. Sam Benjamin of Pensacola, Florida; fifty-five grandchildren, forty-four great-grandchidlren; a host of other relatives and friends. Services, Thursday, September 27, 1984, 11:00 A. M., Reese Funeral Home, Prichard, Alabama, Rev. F. L. Sandeson, Officiating. Interment, Plateau Cemetery, Reese Funeral Home directing.

Brother Gilbert Benjamin, Sr.

The Angel of death has visited again at the St. John Devine Baptist Church and taken from our midst, Brother Gilbert Benjamin, Sr. Brother Benjamin was born, February 18, 1920 to the lated Mr. Richard Benjamin and Mrs. Minnie McReynolds-Benjamin in Oak Hill, Alabama. Brother Benjamin confessed Christ at an early age and was baptised. In later years, Brother Benjamin united with the St. John Devine Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. F. A. Ellerby. Brother Benjamin was united in Holy Matrimony to Sister Pleasie M. Smith on August 12, 1978. Brother Benjamin leaves to cherish his memories an mourn his passing, a loving and devoted wife, Mrs. Pleasie Mae Benjamin of Pensacola, FL; two daughters, Mrs. Odessa Collier of Clearwater, FL and Miss Lillia Benjamin of Pensacola, FL, four sons, Mr. Arthur Benjamin, Mr. Johnny Benjamin, Mr. Walter Benjamin and Mr. Gilbert Benjamin, Jr., all of Clearwater, FL; three brothers, Mr. Sam Benjamin of Pensacola, FL, Mr. Enoch Benjamin, Sr., of Mobile, AL, and Mr. Earnest Benjamin of Atmore, AL, one sister, Mrs. Liddie Benjamin-Stallworth of Pensacola, FL, two daughters-in-law, one son-in-law, six sisters-in-law, four brothers-in-laww, sixteen grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Services, Friday, September 14, 1984, 3:00 p.m., St. John Devine Baptist Church, 620 East Jordan Street, Pensacola, Florida 32503. Rev. Otha Leverette, Officiating. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.

Brother Melvin "Jaboe" Benjamin, Sr.

Born June 5, 1930, to the late Mrs. Mattie Lucille Singleton-Benjamin and Enoch Benjamin, Sr., in Oak Hill, Alabama, Melvin "Jaboe" Benjamin, Sr., passed away at his home, in McIntosh, Alabama, Wednesday, November 7, 2001, at the age of 71. Preceeding him in death were his parents, four brothers, Samuel Swift "Sam" Harris, Sr., and wife, Betty Fountain-Harris, Royal "Roy" Benjamin, Sr., and wife Irene Holcombe-Benjamin, George "Jake" Benjamin, Sr., and Douglas McArthur "Mack" Benjamin, Sr., two nephews, Larry Benjamin and Larry Jerome "Tex" Moran, two great-nephews, Cornelius DeAngelo Harris and Terrell Benjamin, grandparents; Ada Thompson-Harper-Singleton and Frank Singleton, Sr., Minnie McReynolds-Benjamin and Richard Benjamin, aunts; Catherine "Carrie" Singleton, Vineice Singleton-Agee, Elmira Singleton, Liddie Benjamin-Stallworth, Nealy Benjamin, Georgia Benjamin-Robins, Esther Benjamin-McBride, uncles; Frank Singleton, Jr., Clarence "Boe" Singleton and wife Cornelia Todd-Singelton, Sam Benjamin, Gilbert Benjamin, Lewis Benjamin, Presley Benjamin, Collin Benjamin, Earnest Benjamin, George Benjamin and Charlie Benjamin, othe relatives and friends. Jaboe was also the great-grandson of the late Dock and Peggy Singleton, Lewis and Frances Thompson, Evan and Liddie McReynolds, and Fannie Johnson-Benjamin and Sam Benjamin. He was the great-great-grandson of the late Walter and Betsey McReynolds and Richard "Dick" and Esther Johnson, and the great-great-great-grandson of the late Anthony McReynolds. Melvin "Jaboe" Benjamin, Sr., leaves to cherish his memories, three sons; Melvin Benjamin, Jr., Joseph "Joe" (Loretta) Benjamin, both of McIntosh, Al, and Reginald (Christy) Benjmain of Sunflower, AL, four daughters; Barbara Benjamin-Abrams, Debra Benjamin-Ware and Helen Benjamin, all of Prichard, AL and Creasey Jenkins of McIntosh, AL, five brothers; Jerry Jenkins of Birmingham, AL, Robert Lee (Willo Dean) Benjamin of Chicago, IL, Collin (Annie) Benjamin, Sr., James (Centilla) Benjamin and Enoch "Pop" (Helen) Benjamin, all of Mobile, AL, 12 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, one aunt; Ethel Singleton (Marvin) Agee of New Orleans, LA, four uncles; Earl (Ann) Singleton of Cleveland, Ohio, Edley B. Singleton of Boston, MA, Preston Singleton and Melvin (Vivian) Singleton, both of Chicago, IL, two sisters-in-law; Mary Benjamin and Jeanette Henry-Benjamin, both of Mobile, AL, devoted friends; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Adams, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Adams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Thomas and Deacon Ellis Lang, two special little friends; Brandon and Braxton Adams, many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and too many friends to name. The service is set for 11:00 AM, today, Saturday November 10, 2001, at the Church of God of Delivernace in McIntosh, Washington County, Alabama, with visitation from 10:00 AM until service time. Elder Willie D. Roberts, Pastor and officiating Minister. Burial will be in Vaughn Cemetery in McIntosh, with Andrews Funeral Home in Jackson, AL directing.

Mr. Douglas McArthur "Mack" Benjamin, Sr.

Mr. Douglas McArthur "Mack" Benjamin, Sr., a native of Oak Hill, Alabama, born May 12, 1942, to the late Enoch Benjamin, Sr. and Mattie Singleton-Benjamin, former resident of Chicago, Illinois and a resident of Mobile, Alabama for a number of years, departed this life Wednesday, May 26, 1999 at a local hospital. Preceding him in death were his father, three brothers, Samuel Swift Harris, Sr., Goerge Benjamin, Sr., and Royal Benjamin, Sr., his grandparents; Richard and Minnie Benjamin, and Frank and Ada Singleton, his great-grandparents, Evans and Liddie McReynolds, Sr., Fannie and Sam Benjamin, Sr., Frances and Lewis Thompson, and Peggy and Dock Singleton, Sr., his great-great grandparents, Walter and Betsey McReynolds and Richard and Esther Johnson, a son, Larry Jerome Moran, and several uncles, aunts, cousins and a nephew, Larry James Benjamin. He was survived by his wife, Jeanette Henry-Benjamin; four children, Linda (Emory) Cooper, Todd-Nita Mitchell of Mobile, Mark Holmes and Raquell Benjamin, of Chicago, Illinois (three were not added, he had seven children, and one passed), five brother; Melvin Benjamin of McIntosh, Alabama, Robert (Willodean) Benjamin of Chicago, Illinois, Collin (Annie Grace), James (Audrey) and Enoch (Helen) Benjamin all of Mobile, Alabama; eleven grandchildren; LaShanda, LaMario, Tanguray, Carlos and Emory Benjamin all of Prichard, Arron and Mark Holmes, Aaron and Eric Benjamin of Chicago, Illinois, TaShaundra Mitchell and Laton'e Owen of Mobile; two great-grandchildren, Calvin Knight, III and Calaysia Knight and a great host of other relatives and friends. Services were Tuesday, June 1, 1999, 11:00 a.m., Reese Funeral Home, 925 Bessemer Avenue, Prichard, Alabama 36610, Reverend C. L. Manzie Officiating Minister, Interment at Prichard Memorial Cemetery, Prichard, Alabama.

Royal "Roy" Benjamin, Sr.

Born to the late Mr. Enoch Benjamin, SR., and Mrs. Mattie Lucille Singleton-Benjamin, on January 5, 1933, in Oak Hill, Wilcox County, Alabama. He departed this life of Tuesday, January 21, 1997. Preceding him in death were a son, Larry James Benjamin, two brothers, Samuel Swift Harris, Sr., and George Benjamin, Sr., two baby sisters, aunts; Viniece Singleton-Agee , Catherine E. Singleton, Liddy Benjamin-Singleton, Esther Benjamin-McBride, Georgia Benjamin-Robbins, a host of uncles, other aunts, and other relatives. Also preceding him in death were his grandparents, Minnie McReynolds-Benjamin and Richard Benjamin, and Ada Thompson-Singleton and Frank Singleton, Sr., and his great-grand parents, Evans and Liddie McReynolds, Fannie Johnson-Benjamin and Sam Benjamin, Sr., Lewis and Francis Thompson, and Peggy Williams-Singleton and Dock Singleton, Sr., his great-great grand parents, Martin Williams, Richard and Esther Johnson, and Walter and Betsey McReynolds, and great-great-great grandfather, Anthony McReynolds.He leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Irene Holcomb-Benjamin; mother, Mattie Benjamin; eight daughters, Aundrea Benjamin, Catherine Benjamin-Peoples, Gwedolyn (Cleophus) Jenkins, all of Mobile, AL, Brenda (David) Ryan, Patricia (Joseph) Stewart, Jacqueline and Cynthia Benjamin, all of Boston, MA, and Ilene Holcomb of Montgomery, AL; four sons, Reginald Benjamin, of Mobile, AL, Royal Benjamin, Jr., Algia and Robert Benjamin of Boston, MA; 23 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; six brothers, Robert (Willo) Benjamin of Chicago, IL, Collin (Annie) Benjamin, Sr., of Richmond, CA, James L. Benjamin and Douglas McArthur Benjamin, Sr., both of Mobile, AL, and Melvin Benjamin, Sr., of McIntosh, AL; one brother-in-law, Melvin (Barbara) Holcombe of Mobile; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Services were held, Monday, January 27, 1997, at 11:00 AM, at Reese Funeral Home, 925 Bessemer Avenue, Prichard, Alabama, 36610, with Elder Terry Coleman, Officiating Minister. Interment followed at Grace Lawn Memorial Gardens (now Gethsemand Cemetery). Reese Funeral Home in charge of services.

Brother George "Jake" Benjamin, Sr.

Born October 21, 1932, George "Jake" Benjamin, Sr., a native of Plateau (Oak Hill), Alabama and a resident of Mobile, Alabama, departed this life June 11, 1990 in a local hospital. He leaves to cherish his memory a very devoted wife, Mrs. Mary Benjamin, four sons; George Benjamin, Jr., Roderick Benjamin, Edward Benjamin and Jasper Benjamin, all of Mobile; two daughers, Tysha (Odell) Williams of Mobile and Kimberly Benjamin of Mobile; a devoted mother, Mrs. Mattie Benjamin of Prichard, Alabama; seven brothers; Robert (Willo) Benjamin of Chicago, IL, Douglas "Mack" Benjamin, Sr., of Chicago, IL, Collin (Ann) Benjamin, Sr. of Richmond, CA, Melvin (Irene) Benjamin, Sr. of McIntosh, AL, Enoch Benjamin, Jr., James Benjamin and Royal (Irene) Benjamin, Sr., all of Prichard, AL; a devoted mother-in-law, Mrs. Maggie F. Franklin; four brothers-in-law, Joe (Gwendolyn) Franklin, of Long Beach, CA, Howard (Brenda) Franklin of Los Angeles, CA, Lorenza and Philip Franklin of Prichard, AL; three aunts, one devoted, Mrs. Lilly Stallworth of Pensacola, FL, Mrs. Ethel Agee of New Orleans, LA, Vineice Agee of Chicago, IL, two sisters-in-law, Carolyn Hudson, one devoted, Claudia Adams, three devoted friends, Mr. Amos Foxx of Mobile, AL, Mr. Michael Harris of Hammond, LA and Mrs. Catherine Baker of Fort Lauderdale, FL; other relatives and friends. Services, Saturday, June 16, 1990, 11:00 A. M., Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church, 1712 Chestang Street, Prichard, Alabama, 36610. Rev. Carl Bolden Officiating Minister. Interment, Oaklawn Memorial Cemetery, final arrangements, Memorial Mortuary, INC.

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