EDRA CAMPBELL CUZZORT,



96, Friday’s Crossing, Susan Moore, died Nov. 16, 2011, at Shelby Medical Center. Mrs. Cuzzort was of the Missionary Baptist faith and was a member of Snead Senior Center. She was predeceased by parents S.J. Sr. and Bertie Gilliland Campbell; husband Jim Cuzzort; son Bobby Wayne Cuzzort; and siblings Vester, J.D., and S.J. Jr. Campbell, Vivian Weaver, and Julia Ruth […]

JERRY LEE FOWLER,



79, Blount County native and Cullman resident formerly of Blountsville, died Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, at Woodland Village Health Care in Cullman. Mr. Fowler was a retired machinist with Speed Ring, Cullman, and a member of Open Bible Baptist Church. He was predeceased by parents Milton and Jesse Hand Fowler. Surviving are wife Mercedes Bradford Fowler, son Derrell Fowler, and […]

BOBBY F. GOSSETT, G.W. GRIMMETT JR.,



75, Blount County native and former resident of Blountsville, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011, at the Cullman residence. A retired truck driver with Dow Gas, Mr. Gossett was husband of Imogene Prater Gossett and son of the late Ellie and Lillie May Warren Gossett. He was also predeceased by brother Buster Gossett and stepmother Reba Dismukes Gossett. Surviving are his […]

JOHN E. JOHNSON SR.,



85, Oneonta, died Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, at his residence. Mr. Johnson was a member of Green’s Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He resided in the Blowgourd community his entire life, except during World War II when he served with the U.S. Army in the 594th Engineer Battalion, Boat and Shore Regiment in the South Pacific. Mr. Johnson worked in the […]

ARLINE HOOD LOGAN,



94, longtime Oneonta resident originally of Blountsville, died in the Wellstar Kennestone Hospital Friday, Nov. 18, 2011. In recent years she had lived in Acworth, Ga., to be near her son Patrick and his family. Mrs. Logan was for many years administrative assistant with Farmers Home Administration here, where she was noted for her efficiency. She was instrumental in acquiring […]

DIANNE MARIE MARTIN,



63, retired teacher at J.B. Pennington High School, died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, at the Blountsville residence. Miss Martin, born in Blount County, was daughter of the late Elvin and Wylodene Hall Martin. She graduated as valedictorian of the Pennington class of 1967 and then received a degree from UAB, Birmingham. She was a member of Blountsville United Methodist Church. […]

HAZEL FRENCH MARTIN,



85, Huntsville, died Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011. Born in Blount County, Mrs. Martin was wife of James R. “Jimmy” Martin and daughter of the late Algie Vesta and Nancy Ann Hudson French. She was also predeceased by four sisters. She was a longtime member of Grace United Methodist Church. Surviving besides her husband of 57 years are daughter Kristi (Daniel) […]

EDWARD LEE PATE,



72, Blountsville welder, died Monday, Nov. 14, 2011, at the residence. Born in Blount County, Mr. Pate was son of the late Oliver Lee and Bertie Blackwood Pate. He was also predeceased by brother Bob Pate. Of the Baptist faith, he enjoyed photography, 60 Minutes, Alabama football, and NASCAR. Surviving are sons Steven (Patricia) Pate and Terry Pate; brother Joe […]

TERESA A. SANCHEZ,



66, of Oneonta, died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Brookwood Hospital in Birmingham. Born Oct. 1, 1945, in Joroches, Guanajuato, Mexico, she was daughter of Jose and Petra Rivera Alvarado and wife of Antonio Sanchez Sr. She is survived by her children Efrain and Rosa Sanchez of Joroches, Maria Luz, Maria Tereza, Alicia, Analilia, Juan Sanchez of Oneonta, Ala., and […]

JAMES HERSHEL “HERKY” SHERIDAN,



84, native of Blount County and resident of Frostproof, Fla., died Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, at The Groves Center. Mr. Sheridan was son of the late Claude and Alma Corine Smith Sheridan. Stan Sheridan conducted a graveside service Nov. 19 at Bethlehem Cemetery, Lemley Funeral Home directing. Pallbearers were Ray and Jay Loggins, Obie Hallmark, Kevin McCay, Clyde Glasscock, and […]


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