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Nichols Funeral Home
32657 Highway 278
Addison , AL 35540
(256) 747-6063
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Wren, Mauldin each win twice at IP Classic - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Former North Greenville University Jamey Chadwell was hired in January to lead the Delta State program. Smith is the fourth member of the 2011 Green Wave headed for college football, joining Brandaun Addison (Gardner-Webb), Zach Lappin (Mars Hill) and Andrew Gilstrap (North Greenville).

Bobbie Vern Little Coslin - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Coslin of Rockwall, Deneen Bushman of Ennis and Darren Coslin of Ennis, Grandchildren, DanielleCoslin of Rockwall, Drew Byron Coslin of Rockwall, Hunter Lee Coslin of Ennis, Aryam Coslin of Ennis, Addison Coslin of Ennis, Amanda Burchette of Marble Falls and Matthew Moseng of Indianapolis, IN, Brothers, Gerald Little of Riesel, Wendell Little of Kosse and sister, Karen Meyer of Marlin.Please visit www.blair-stubbs.com to sign the guest book or to leave a memorial message for her family. Posted by publisher on Feb 21 2012. Filed under Obituaries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry ...

Suzanne Hanson Barnes - People's Tribune

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Jason Hanson, Jonathan and Lyndsey Gebhart, and Cassie Easton and Lexi Flamand. She had 11 great-nieces and nephews, Jaysen, Dylan, and Kelsi Scherder, Liddell Hays, Jaden Hill, Zachary, Kayla, and Addison Mislark, Adam, Tyler, and Angeleena Futch and many family members too numerous to mention.Suzanne was preceded in death by her infant son, Joseph Price, step-father, Herbert Swanson and her grandparents, Elmer and Nellie Branstetter and Stanley and Lois Hanson.

James C. Gardner (Cam) - Corning Leader

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Francisco, Kaley Walker, Catrina Pettit, and Audriana Davis; four sisters, Wendy Copenhaver, Corning, NY, Michelle Abrams, Elkland, PA, Leigh Anne Humphrey, LeRoy, NY, and Lesley Gardner-Watkins, Addison, NY; several nieces and nephews, friends, and pets.The family invites all family and friends to a celebration of his life on Friday, February 17th at The Marigold Manner, Main Street, Elkland, PA at 6:00.  Please come and share memories, tears, and laughs with all who loved and cared for him.  If possible, though NOT necessary, the family would appreciate it if you could bring a bite or drink to share.A complete obituary is online at www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.  Arrangements are in care of the Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland.

OBit — Joseph Mack 'Zip' Bailey - Daily Ardmoreite

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Sadie, would be close by. She was always there to love and protect him. Joey will be greatly missed by us all.He is survived by his wife, Ashley of the home; children, Addison Brooke Bailey and Colton Mack Bailey of the home; mother, Brenda Bailey of Ardmore; father, Geary Mack Bailey of El Reno, Okla.; brother, Dustin Bailey of Ardmore; sisters, Ashley Renee “Squirt” Bailey of Ardmore, and Harlee Mackenzie Bailey of Kingston, Okla.; grandmother, Betty C. Stone of Sulphur; grandfather, Raymond Stone and wife, Mary of Florida; grandparents-in-law, Bob and Pat Cox of Ardmore, and Charles and Sally Reece of Ardmore; mother-in-law, Teri Spells and husband, Mike of Ardmore; father-in-law, Bobby Cox and wife, Theresa of Ardmore; aunts and uncles, Michael “Stoney” Stone of Marietta, Okla., Steven Stone of Florida, Linda McKinnon of Ardmore, Bill and Dandra Parish of McCulloch, Okla., Bruce and Denise Brunk of Ardmore, and Philip and Pam Black of Ardmore; brothers-in-law, Cory Cox and wife, Carol Ann of Ardmore, and Aaron Spells of Ardmore; nieces, Ashton Renee Bailey of Ardmore, Destin Bailey of Ardmore, and Olivia Jane Cox of Ardmore; and numerous cousins and dear friends.Pallbearers will be Jimmy Buck Ward, Dustin Davis, Dustin Bailey, Mike Stone, Shane Buchanan, Cory Cox, Jerren Preston, E.J. Forsythe, Jeremiah Vinson, Jimmy Tynes, Cody Green, Casey Jones, Eddie Hill, Buddy Lewis, Dakota Norman, T.J. Williamson, Judd Bean, Brian Reed and Johnie Knapp.Honorary bearers are Carl Gene Buchanan, Robert Williams, Brandon Black, Aaron Spells, Dickson Fire Department, Gene Autry Fire Department, Paul King, Elvin Sweeten, Dustin Hayes, Valero Crude Unit, Scott Phelps, Robert White, Justin Watterson, Shawn Walker and Jerred Willis.Family visitation and viewing will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.Memorials may be made to the Dickson and Gene Autry Fire Departments. Online condolences may be made at www.craddockfuneralhome.com.

OBit — Joseph Mack 'Zip' Bailey - Daily Ardmoreite

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Sadie, would be close by. She was always there to love and protect him. Joey will be greatly missed by us all.He is survived by his wife, Ashley of the home; children, Addison Brooke Bailey and Colton Mack Bailey of the home; mother, Brenda Bailey of Ardmore; father, Geary Mack Bailey of El Reno, Okla.; brother, Dustin Bailey of Ardmore; sisters, Ashley Renee “Squirt” Bailey of Ardmore, and Harlee Mackenzie Bailey of Kingston, Okla.; grandmother, Betty C. Stone of Sulphur; grandfather, Raymond Stone and wife, Mary of Florida; grandparents-in-law, Bob and Pat Cox of Ardmore, and Charles and Sally Reece of Ardmore; mother-in-law, Teri Spells and husband, Mike of Ardmore; father-in-law, Bobby Cox and wife, Theresa of Ardmore; aunts and uncles, Michael “Stoney” Stone of Marietta, Okla., Steven Stone of Florida, Linda McKinnon of Ardmore, Bill and Dandra Parish of McCulloch, Okla., Bruce and Denise Brunk of Ardmore, and Philip and Pam Black of Ardmore; brothers-in-law, Cory Cox and wife, Carol Ann of Ardmore, and Aaron Spells of Ardmore; nieces, Ashton Renee Bailey of Ardmore, Destin Bailey of Ardmore, and Olivia Jane Cox of Ardmore; and numerous cousins and dear friends.Pallbearers will be Jimmy Buck Ward, Dustin Davis, Dustin Bailey, Mike Stone, Shane Buchanan, Cory Cox, Jerren Preston, E.J. Forsythe, Jeremiah Vinson, Jimmy Tynes, Cody Green, Casey Jones, Eddie Hill, Buddy Lewis, Dakota Norman, T.J. Williamson, Judd Bean, Brian Reed and Johnie Knapp.Honorary bearers are Carl Gene Buchanan, Robert Williams, Brandon Black, Aaron Spells, Dickson Fire Department, Gene Autry Fire Department, Paul King, Elvin Sweeten, Dustin Hayes, Valero Crude Unit, Scott Phelps, Robert White, Justin Watterson, Shawn Walker and Jerred Willis.Family visitation and viewing will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.Memorials may be made to the Dickson and Gene Autry Fire Departments. Online condolences may be made at www.craddockfuneralhome.com.

Helen Marie Johnson Kessel — Whalan

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Joe) McCabe of Chatfield. She was also surrounded with love from her four great-grandsons, Ethan and Tait Matlock, Alex Rowland, Trayton McCabe and her two great-granddaughters, Lillie Stejskal and Addison McCabe. She is also survived by her sisters, Viola Albers of Crystal Lake, Iowa, Luella Hagedorn of Buffalo Center, Iowa, and a brother, Duane (Laura) Johnson of Elmore. Helen was preceded in death by her parents, six brothers, two sisters, four nieces and two nephews. Helen will be missed by all who knew her, many hearts she touched for sure.Funeral services are being arranged for 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 27, at Whalan Lutheran Church with the Rev. Patricia Hinkie presiding. Helen requested cremation so there will not be any visitation. Family and friends may gather at the Fellowship Hall in Whalan after the services for fellowship and lunch. (Post Bulletin)

Albany feels the pain of war - Albany Times Union

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
I have too much pride and self-respect to show myself again in Albany with anything at all derogatory to my character or reputation." Addison J. Fellows, 22, died of typhoid at the Union army camp at Hall's Hill, Virginia, on Dec. 30, 1861. He served with the 44th New York Infantry. Henry Gardner 26, served in Company A of the Albany Republican Artillery, a militia organization with a distinguished history that entered the war as the 25th New York Militia. He died in Washington on May 25, 1861. Thomas Goldwaitt, 33, died of typhoid fever at Fort McHenry in Baltimore on Sept. 15, 1861. He served in the 3rd New York Infantry. Before the war, he had been an Albany firefighter and had once saved a disabled woman from a burning building. William A. Jackson, 30, served as colonel of the 18th New York Infantry, but his rank could not save him from the effects of typhus. An 1851 Union College graduate, he was a prominent Albany attorney with solid political connections. An Albany newspaper remembered him as a man "cut down in the prime of life, a young man of no ordinary promise." He died in Washington on Nov. 11, 1861. Charles B. Pierson, 25, was a lieutenant in the 22nd New York Infantry. He died of wounds received at Bull Run. James Rice served in the 18th New York Infantry and was killed on Nov. 6, 1861. He was only 16 and was shot while on guard duty near Munson's Hill, Virginia. His last words were, "Father, I have done my whole duty to my country." John Waterson, 32, was an orderly sergeant in Company A of the 18th Regiment. He perished from disease on July 24, 1861. William Wooley, 34, was a captain in the 25th New York Militia. He died in Washington on July 13, 1861. He had joined the army in poor health, ignored the advice of his friends and was committed to restoring the Union. Still, of all the deaths reported in the Albany newspapers in 1861, perhaps the most moving was that of John Percill. A newspaper reported that he "died of grief because his only son enlisted and went away." Percill's son survived the war. What cost war? The church bells of Albany chimed in memory of loss, not victory. Ten young lives gone and countless others left to mourn and worry as their loved ones waited for the spring campaign, when better weather would see the armies move once again toward bloody battle. What cost war, in blood and lives and lost promise and worry? The year 1862 would arrive as one of reckoning — perhaps victory, but undoubtedly one of more loss, more tragedy, more heartbreak — the detritus of a nation at war with itself. William F. Howard of Delmar...

Albany feels the pain of war - Albany Times Union

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
I have too much pride and self-respect to show myself again in Albany with anything at all derogatory to my character or reputation." Addison J. Fellows, 22, died of typhoid at the Union army camp at Hall's Hill, Virginia, on Dec. 30, 1861. He served with the 44th New York Infantry. Henry Gardner 26, served in Company A of the Albany Republican Artillery, a militia organization with a distinguished history that entered the war as the 25th New York Militia. He died in Washington on May 25, 1861. Thomas Goldwaitt, 33, died of typhoid fever at Fort McHenry in Baltimore on Sept. 15, 1861. He served in the 3rd New York Infantry. Before the war, he had been an Albany firefighter and had once saved a disabled woman from a burning building. William A. Jackson, 30, served as colonel of the 18th New York Infantry, but his rank could not save him from the effects of typhus. An 1851 Union College graduate, he was a prominent Albany attorney with solid political connections. An Albany newspaper remembered him as a man "cut down in the prime of life, a young man of no ordinary promise." He died in Washington on Nov. 11, 1861. Charles B. Pierson, 25, was a lieutenant in the 22nd New York Infantry. He died of wounds received at Bull Run. James Rice served in the 18th New York Infantry and was killed on Nov. 6, 1861. He was only 16 and was shot while on guard duty near Munson's Hill, Virginia. His last words were, "Father, I have done my whole duty to my country." John Waterson, 32, was an orderly sergeant in Company A of the 18th Regiment. He perished from disease on July 24, 1861. William Wooley, 34, was a captain in the 25th New York Militia. He died in Washington on July 13, 1861. He had joined the army in poor health, ignored the advice of his friends and was committed to restoring the Union. Still, of all the deaths reported in the Albany newspapers in 1861, perhaps the most moving was that of John Percill. A newspaper reported that he "died of grief because his only son enlisted and went away." Percill's son survived the war. What cost war? The church bells of Albany chimed in memory of loss, not victory. Ten young lives gone and countless others left to mourn and worry as their loved ones waited for the spring campaign, when better weather would see the armies move once again toward bloody battle. What cost war, in blood and lives and lost promise and worry? The year 1862 would arrive as one of reckoning — perhaps victory, but undoubtedly one of more loss, more tragedy, more heartbreak — the detritus of a nation at war with itself. William F. Howard of Delmar...

Nellie Mae Branstetter - People's Tribune

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
Eleisa Korte, Grace, Carder and Ryan Rogers, Matthew, Hunter and Max Coulson, Brayden, Britany and Austin Branstetter; 10 great-great-grandchildren, Adam, Tyler and Angelina Futch; Zackary, Kayla and Addison Mislark; Jayson, Dylan and Kelsi Scherder and Jadan Hill.She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer; parents, George and Carrie Rohlfing; three sisters, Elsie Wilhoit, Hilda and Loulla Rohlfing; one infant half-brother; grandson, Brock Edward Branstetter as well as Joseph Rice and Ricky Wayne Branstetter who died as infants.She lived in the Pike County area since the age of one. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church until 1945 when she changed her membership to New Harmony Christian Church and was baptized at the Vandalia Christian Church.Nellie and Elmer lived most of their life in Curryville celebrating 67 years of marriage. Nellie led a quiet life and was very devoted to her husband and children. She loved all her grandchildren. nellie worked by her husband’s side on the farm, took pride in her home and enjoyed working in the yard and with flowers. She was creative with sewing and crafts. Nellie took much interest in recipes and was an excellent cook. She also was gifted in playing the piano and loved singing with family and in the church choice.In May 2011, Nellie became ill with pneumonia and went to Tri-County Care Center in Vandalia to recuperate. Even though she was given the best of care possible, her health continued to decline. She will be remembered for her willingness to lend a hand to help anyone in need and her gentle, loving spirit.Pallbearers were Paul Hanson, Marty Scherder, Chris Korte, Jeff Branstetter, Troy Branstetter, Spence Branstetter, Brian Branstetter and Brandon Branstetter. Honorary pallbearers were Lance Gabriel Shaw, Patrick Ryan Scherder and Brayden Branstetter.Memorials are encouraged to the New Harmony Christian Church Cemetery Association going toward upkeep of the grounds and the Prayer Garden.




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