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Thursday, November 29, 20 i,. z~l_ , Ada Dunning Moore Funeral services held on November 24 Johnny Jasper Moore, Jr. Funeral services held on November 24 Lois Hasty Morgan Funeral services held on November 24 Sister Ada Dunning Moore of Dixons Mills passed away on November 17. 2012..'~ Funeral services were. field at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church in Dixons Mills. on Saturday, November 24. 2012 at 12:00 noon. Elder John L. Dees officiated. Sister Loretta Curry presided. Pallbearers were grandsons, nephews and cousins. Flower bearers were nieces and cousinsl Interment was at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cetn~tery. Final arrangements efitrusted to Abemathy's Funeral Home. Her life will be remem- bered by her children: Betty, Woodie (Loretta),~.~ackie. Ella. Geraldine.'~ Mattie Sherriel. Marilyn (Elder David). Don (Loretta), and Vanessa: two loving god sons: Major Howard Watkins of Clinton. Md and Reverend Mitchell Congress of Demopolis: one devoted god daughter. Loretta Curry of Magnolia: three sisters-m- law: Annie Bell Moore of Los Angeles. Ca. Helen Quinney and Carolyn Mo0r~ of Mobile. She leaves a host of devoted grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A devoted niece. Rosa Fowlkes. a ,special friend Gladys McCaster. Special thanks to Southern Care Hospice care team: Libby, Tara and Shelia. A very special thanks to her cousin and caregiver. Yolanda (Boo) Quinney. Ada's story began in Dixons Mills where she was born on March 10. 1926 to the late Cad and Ella Dunning. Four brother and six sisters preceded her in death. Ada valued her family and the values taught to her by her parents. She taught her chil- dren to trust God and respect others. She also stressed to her children that if your want- ed something, you had to work for it. Her life was char- acterized by her independence and work ethic that said in part. that if you see something that needs to be done. do it. Ada's commitment to her community was also demon- strated in her lifetime mem- bership at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church. She main- tained her commitment to her church congregation until her health began to fail. She was preceded in death by her late husband Johnny Moore Sr. Two children now reside with her in heaven. Johnny Jr. and Barbara. Lela Russell Nix Funeral services were held November 10 Funeral services off th'e-late Lela Russell Nix were held Saturday, November 10th. 2012 at 1 o'clock pm at Bethel Pine Baptist Church in Coatopa, Alabama. Pastor Willie J. Ivory offjc,iated. Interment followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Coatopa . Waukegan. IL. Selton Nix Jr. of Waukegan, IL and Deborah (Rod) Stinson of Detroit. MI: One step- daughter. Mattie Lee Holifield of Greensboro: One god- daughter, Minister Velma Wright of Coatopa; one broth- Johnny Jasper Moore. Jr.. departed this life on Thursday, November 22. 2012 at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital in Grove Hill. Funeral services were held at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church in Dixons Mills on Saturday, November 24. 2012 at 12:00 noon. Elder John L. Dees officiated. Sister Loretta Curry presided. Pallbearers were grandsons, nephews and cousins. Flower bearers were Alabama. She leaves to cherish her memories loving children: Wyonia Coleman (Perry) of Waukegan, IL.. Joseph .Nix (Mattie) of Waukegan. IL, Corine Chambers of Canton. OH. Doris Nix of Coatopa, Bennet Nix (Rosie) of Angela. Three sisters preced- ed him in death: Barbara. Hazel and Johnnie Murl. He leaves to cherish his memo- ries: seven sisters and five brothers: Betty, Woodie (Loretta). Jackie. Ella.Geraldine. Mattie. Sherriel. Marilyn (Elder David~. Don (Loretta), Vanessa. Larry (Patricia) and Jerry (Kelley). Two god- brothers: Major Howard Watkins of Clinton. Maryland Lois Berneida Hasty Faye Morgan Campbell Lee Morgan age 91 of of Selma: brother. Charles Thomasville died Wednesday, Wesley Hasty of Thomasville: November 21, 2012 at two sisters, (Polly) Gladys Thomasville Healthcare & Naomi Hasty Hill of Rehabilitation Center. She Demopolis and Margaret was born July 22. 1921 in Louise Hasty Pope of Dixons Surginer. She was a retired Mills: 9 grandchildren, 13 seamstress and a member of great grandchildren and 14 the Central Baptist Church. great-great grandchildren, Funeral services were held She was preceded in death at Central Baptist Church on by her husband.Ollie Saturday, November 24. 2012 Morgan. at 2:00 pm with Rev. Aaron nieces and cousins. Interment and Elder Mitchell Congress Carpenter officiating. Burial Active pallbearers were was at Shiloh Primitive of Demopolis. One god-sister, was at Wesley Chapel UMC Terry Morgan, Jerry Morgan, Baptist Church Cemetery. Loretta Curry of Magnolia; Cemetery in Dixons Mills. Kenny Campbell, Terry Final arrangements entrusted three aunts, Annie Bell Moore Arrangements by O'Bryant Royce Campbell, David Lee, to Abernathy's Funeral Home. of Los Angeles, California, Chapel Funeral Home inand Craig Lee. Johnny Jasper Moore Jr. Helen Quinney and Carolyn Thomasville. Condolences Honorary pallbearers were was born in Marengo County Moore of Mobile, nineteen may be offered at Bruce "Booley" Cogle, T. J. to the late Johnny Sr. and Ada grandchildren, four great- www.obryantchapelfh.com. Pope, Jerry Harrington, Jim Moore on November 11, grandchildren, a host of She is survived by son, Freeman, Henry Morgan, 1943. He retired from nieces, nephews, relatives and Terry (Ted) G. Morgan of Bruce Wilson. and Johnny Kennedy Space Center infriends. Three devoted Thomasville; daughter, Linda Walker. Florida. cousins: Rosa Fowlkes, He leaves to cherish his Andrew Moore,Jr. and memories three sons and two Wander F. Langer. Special daughters: Demetrius, Johnny thanks to Alabama Home III (Nia), Donald, Tammy and Care. Funeral services were held November I0 Funeral services for the late Henry Fhiker. Sr were held Saturday, November 10th. 2012 at 2 o'clock pm at New Hope #1 Baptist Church. Demopolis. Alabama. Rev . Richard Fountain officiated. Interment followed in Miller Chapel Cemetery, Demopolis. Alabama. He leaves to cherish his memories a loving and devoted er, Ennis Lee Russell of Houston. TX: one sister. Ruby klda Evans Funeral services to be Homegoing services in lov- ing memory of the late Alda Evans better known as the "Avon Lady" of Tolbert Street Linden will be held on Saturday, December 1. 2012 at 12 noon held at the Lloyd Chapel Church of Forkland with Pastor Van Williams will be the officiating minister and Rev. Clayborn May is the pus- Floyd Hosea Funeral services to be Lee Clark of Bellamy; 25 grandchildren. 31 great- grandchildren, and two great - great grandchildren, a host of meces, nephews and cousins. Family from Quitman. MS. the Wheeler Family, friends, dear neighbors and Oak Grove Baptist Church family. Daniel Gra Harmon Funeral serviCesl were held November 10 memories four children: Diana Gibbs of Canton, OH. Anita Grady of Cleveland. OH. Jennifer Grady of Cleveland. OH, and Donnell Grady (Karen) of Pheonix. AZ: one sister. Letha Harmon of Canton, OH: five grandchil- dren: Terewell, Johnay, Jaylen, Eric. and Melisha: one great - granddaughter. Joi. Funeral services for the late Daniel Gray Harm..0n," were held Saturday, Nove'mb& ]0th. 2012 at 11 o'clock am at Larkin & Scott Funeral Home Chapel, Demopolis. Alabama. Minister Dora Perkins officiated. Interment followed in Mr. Zion #2 Cemetery, Demopolis, Alabama. He leaves to cherish his Homegoing services in lov- ing memory of the late Floyd Hosea of Dixons Mills will be held on Saturday, December 1. 2012 at 12 noon held at the Shiloh Primitive Baptisl Church of Dixons Mills with the pastor Rev. John L. Dees will be the officiating minister and the burial will follow in daughter. Delena Fluker: one devoted son. John Henry (Eva) Fluker. both of Queens. New York: Fifteen grandchildren: Jacqueline. Ceslie, Latangalon, Tomekia Yolunda, Terry, Vehna. Robert. Henry Jr.. Jimmie. Thomas. Elliot and Melissa: a devoted nephew: Jessie Inge; a devoted niece: Melissa Fluker: a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and close friends. + Welcome to the Eastem Star Baptist Church in Demopolis. Third Avenue and Arcola Road: Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.: BTU - 10 a.m.: Worship services- 11 a.m.: Prayer meeting and bible study on Wednesday evening - 5 p.m. Every fourth Sunday, Morning service - 8 a.m. Rev. Terry Gosa is the pastor: Sis. Clara Purse is the church clerk. Everyone is invited to worship with us in these services. Welcome to Prayer meet- mg and bible study held at the Greater New Hope Baptist Church in Demopolis. every Wednesday at 6 p.m. Rev. Honoree Locket. Jr. is the pastor: Sis Brenda Sums is the church clerk. Everyone is invited to worship with us. Welcome to Saints Tabernacle Church of God in Christ Services: Sunday school - 10:00 a.m.: Sunday moming services - 11:45 a.m. Bible Study on Tuesday njght - 7 p.m.; Prayer and Praise worship on Thursday - 5 p.m. Elder Frank held December I toy. Burial will follow in the churchyard cemetery. Public wewing will be held on Friday evening from 1:00 P.M. until 7:00 EM. held at your Abernathy's Funeral Home Chapel with your .Abernathy's Funeral Home in charge of all the arrange- ments. held December I the Polly Robinson Cemetery of Dixons Mills. Public view- mg will be held on Friday evening from 1:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. held at your Abernathy s Funeral Home Chapel with your Abernathy's Funeral Home in charge of all the arrangements. For the past 12 years, per- sons born in Alabama who have been adopted and their birth parents have had options they did not previously have and which are available in only a few other states. The Alabama Legislature amended the vital records law in 2000. to allow birth parents to complete contact informa- tion and family medical histo- ry forms and have those forms placed in the sealed file of a child he or she put up for adoption. In addition, the law allows adult adoptees, aged 19 or over. to make requests for informational copies of the contents of their sealed birth files, The contact preference form is considered a private communication from the birth parent to the child, is kept in a sealed envelope, and copies of the form are only given to the adoptee. The medical history form asks birth parents to pro- vide known information about whether they or their family members have had any of more than 30 conditions listed and provides space for com- ments. The adult adoptee who applies will receive copies of all documents in the sealed file which often include the legal documents from the court where the adoption took place as well as the original birth certificate. If a contact preference form or family medical history form is in the sealed file at the time the adult Louis Neal Funeral services were Funeral services for the late Deacon Louis Neal were held Saturday November 10th. 2012 at 12 o'clock noon at St. Matthew Watson Missionary Baptist Church. Boligee, AL. Rev. Christopher Spencer offi- ciated. Interment followed St. Matthew Watson Memorial Garden. He leaves to cherish his memories his wife, Azer Lee Neal: children: Ida (David) Johnson of Forkland, West (Rev. William !I1) Branch of Gallatin, TN, Fannie (Larry) Quails of Elyria, OH, Louis Nea111] of Lakeview, CA, L.C. Neat of Los Angeles, CA, Fraal Neal of Maywood. CA. Jerome (Ann) Neal of Detroit, AND hi Stiff is the pastor. Everyone is invited to worship with us in these services. Happy Birthday or Happy Anniversary goes out to every- one who celebrate their Birthday or Anniversary in the month of November. Hope you have many, many more from Clara Purse. May God Bless you in my prayers. Have a blessed weekend. If :ysu have any church news or commumty events, vacations, birthday or Anniversary wishes, club news. adoptee requests the contents of his or her sealed file. that will be sent to the adult adoptee. "Only 225 birth parents have placed contact or med- ical information in a sealed file while over 5,000 individu- als have requested copies of the contents of their sealed files." Cathy Molchan Donald. state registrar and director of the Center for Health Statistics, said," We want to make sure birth par- ents and adult adoptt "s are aware they have this avenue available." A nourefundable search fee of $25 is charged for placing a contact preference form and family medical history form in a sealed file. The same non- held November 10 MI, Fred Neal, Lorraine, OH; Henry Neal of Forkland, Debra Singleton of Macon, GA, Jerome Jennings of Lincoln, ::., James Jennings of Demopolis; two sisters -in -law, Willie Lee Neal. Forkland and Rosie Gaddie. Pitsburgh, PA; one brother- in - law, Pastor James .... Jennings, Sr of Detroit, MI; - four god children, Calvin (Tammy) Knott, LaKesha : (Ethan) Crawford, Viola (Walter) Beck, ~md Bobble Benison. Two special nieces: Ann Hurter and Gloria Branch. 20 grandchildrenl 16 great grandchildren, two great great ;~ grandchildren, a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. you would like to put in this weekly newspaper column, pleas contact Mrs. Clara M. Purse, community columnist for the weekly newspaper. If you would like to put a church pro- gram or community events in this weekly paper, you can c:fll .... me at 334-289-2463 or bring me a program by my house or mail it to 1007 E. Prout St. Demopofis. A136732, and I will put it ~. the.w~y paper for you. . i~ ~, ,. ? ;2,1 refundable search fee is charged to adult adoptees seeking copies of the contents ' of their sealed files. Information and forms are available at adph.org/vital- records/. In addition, adopted chil- dren and birth parents may call {334) 206-5426 to obtain " the forms or send a letter that includes their mailing address and daytime telephone num- ber to request forms. Requests for forms should be sent to Vital Records- Adoptions Section, E O. Box ' 5625, Montgomery, AI. 36103-5625. For additional information call (334) 206- 5426. Promote,, Your Business ~ " SMOKERS ATTENTION NON-SMOKER 334-295-5224 334-295-5563(fax) dreporter2@yahoo.com :, , FAX Service " i O'Bryant Chapel FUNERAL HOME 295-9300 Linden Thomasville 636-4456 Our Family...Serving Your Family Larkin and Scott Funeral Directors 510 East Jefferson Street Demopolis, Alabama 36732 334-289-3236 Your loved one deserves the very best in the Funeral Prqfes.sion ~Meo~"As'r: 0 R M E S 0 T H E L I 0 M A THIS NO COSTPHONE CONSULTATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE TO FAMILIES OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIED FROM LUNG CANCER OR MESOTHBJOMA. If you have lung cancer or a loved one who has died of lung cancer and worked before 1983 for at least four total years in any Commercial or Industrial traoes including: Paper Mills Refineries Power Plants Pipefitters Manufacturing Plants '] . 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