Dorothy Marguerite Baxter
Dorothy Marguerite Baxter, 86 of Haleyville, entered into rest on Friday, April
Her funeral service was conducted at Nichols Funeral Home in Haleyville, on
Sunday, May 1, 2016. Bro. Jerry
Boyles officiated. Burial followed in Ephesus Bap-tist Church Cemetery.
Dorothy was born on May 11, 1929. She was a member of Ephesus Baptist Church in
Haleyville for many years
and later changed to Little Escambia Baptist Church in Flomaton. She worked at
Haleyville Textile and Walmart
for several years. Dorothy loved bingo and enjoyed baking and working in her
She was preceded in death by her husband; Bobby Baxter; sons, Danny Joe Baxter
and Greg Baxter; parents,
Willie and Annie Bankston; brothers, Morris Bankston and Paul Bankston and
sisters, Edith Aldridge, Oledith
Oliver, Gretie Lou Cole, Nelda Neal, Dolly Ann McNeil, Carolyn Sue “Suby” Waller and Yvonne Bankston.
Dorothy is survived by her sons, Jason Baxter, Justin (Michell) Baxter and David
(Rena) Baxter; brother, J.W.
(Ann) Bankston and sister, Lee Sabatino. She was Mawmaw to eight grandchildren,
Mathew Baxter, Adam Baxter,
Jordan Baxter, Wendy Baxter, Heather Baxter, Shanna Baxter, Aaron Baxter and
Samantha Howard, and four
great-grandchildren, Madison Nelson, Conner Nelson, Alyssa Mobley and Aiden
Friends may sign the guestbook online at www.nicholsfuneralhomes.com.
Norman Curtis Southern
Norman Curtis Southern, 68, of Haleyville, passed away Monday, April 25, 2016,
at his residence. He did not
wish to have a funeral, viewing or memorial. Pinkard Funeral Home-Haleyville
handled his wishes.
He was born Sept. 13, 1947, and worked as an auto mechanic all his life at R&S Automotive. He later owned
Norman’s Auto Repair until be became disabled.
Norman was preceded in death by his father, William Kress Southern.
He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Sara “Sadie” Southern; daughter, Deborah (Rodney) Shirley; one
grandson, Blaze Allen Shirley; mother, Agnes Cooper Southern; special friend
(Buddy) Debra Clay; sister, Pat
(Jimmy) Riddle, of Haleyville; brother, William (Kay) Southern, of Sylacauga;
sisters-in-law, Jayonn (Chuck)
Hesse, of Gulf Breeze, Florida and Judi (Mike) Farish, of Decatur;
brother-in-law, Bobby Quinn Jr., of Jasper;
nieces, Lisa (Jamie Green) Beckman, Emily (Tim) Smyder, Stacy (Justin) Wilbanks;
nephews, Sean (Valerie)
Southern and Ethan (Keri) Southern; six great-nieces; five great-nephews; three
dogs, Chloe, Mollie and Jodie and
three cats, Bonnie, Clyde and Irene.
For his love of animals, in lieu of flowers, please donate to: Free State Four
Paws, 1567 County Road 2, Double
Springs, Alabama, 35553 or by PayPal: email@example.com.
Charles Lamar Burns
Charles Lamar Burns, 72, of Spruce Pine, passed away Monday, April 25, 2016, at
Hamilton Funeral Home assisted the family. He will be greatly missed.
He was born on Sept. 10, 1943, in Little rock, Arkansas, to Homer and Luvinia
He and his loving wife Brenda Faye have seven children: Lisa (Larry) Walker,
Charles Lamar Burns Jr., Shane
Burns, Wesley (Mollie) Burns, Dorothy (Shawn) Baker, Brian (Tia) Burns and Jamie
Burns; 11 grandchildren and
Randy McCrary, 61, Haleyville, passed away Saturday, April 30, 2016. A
visitation with his family will be
Wednesday May 4, 2016, from 10-11 a.m. Pinkard Funeral Home-Haleyville
Tommie Lee Estes Keenum
Tommie Lee Estes Keenum, 96, of Haleyville, passed away Saturday, April 30,
2016. Her funeral service was
conducted on Monday, May 2, 2016. Pinkard Funeral Home-Haleyville
Charles R. Jeffreys
Charles R. Jeffreys, 76, of Double Springs, passed away on Sunday, April 24,
2016. His funeral service was
conducted on Thursday, April 28, 2016. Nichols Funeral Home-Double Springs