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Talladega, AL  Funeral Homes

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Midway Memory Gardens Funeral Home
27924 Al Highway 21
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 362-8900
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Pell City Funeral Service
7729 Stemley Bridge Road
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 268-9833
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Pine Hill Memorial Park and Mausoleum Inc
35036 Al Highway 21
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 362-6951
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Pine Hill Memorial Park and Mausoleum Inc Cemetery
35036 Al Highway 21
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 362-2344
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Rest in Peace Funeral Service
7729 Stemley Bridge Road
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 268-9833
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Talladega Funeral Home
65001 Alabama Highway 77 North
Talladega , AL
(256) 362-0111
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Terry s Metropolitan Mortuary
1702 Battle Street West
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 362-2421
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Usrey Brown Service Funeral Home Inc
516 North Street East
Talladega , AL 35160
(256) 362-2344
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Sports in brief - Tampabay.com

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
OTTE, N.C. — NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France said the sport is "in a very good place" but the racing body will make a few tweaks, including taking measures to reduce tandem racing at Daytona and Talladega. Two-car racing "evolved into something that no one saw coming, and now we're going to deal with that," France said Thursday at NASCAR's annual preseason press conference. Vice president of competition Robin Pemberton said cars will...

Dr. John H. Gladney dies; was prominent physician, educator and civil rights ... - STLtoday.com

Fri, Dec 2, 2011
After attending all-black schools in his hometown, he left Little Rock. He continued his education at two of a handful of schools then available to blacks, Talladega College in Alabama and Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. To help pay for his medical training, he enrolled in the Army Specialized Training Program. After graduating from medical school in 1946, he was commissioned a captain in the Army. The Army was still segregated and sent letters to him and other black physicians saying, "We do not need any more colored doctors," recalled his wife, Clarice Gladney. Dr. Gladney moved his family to St. Louis, where he interned at the city's hospital for blacks, Homer G. Phillips. With the outbreak of the Korean War, Dr. Gladney and other black physicians got letters saying the Army needed them after all. By then, Dr. Gladney wanted no part of the Army and enlisted in the Air Force in 1951. He was put in charge of a unit in French Morocco, where some whites objected to serving with an African-American commander. After the war, he took specialized training at the University of Illinois Eye and Ear Hospital in Chicago. He returned to St. Louis in 1956 and asked Washington University for hospital privileges. He was turned down, Clarice Gladney recalled, "because of his color." Instead, he became an assistant professor in 1957 at St. Louis University's medical school. By the 1980s, he was head of his department. He gained attention for research that found a correlation between hearing loss and diabetes. While most African-Amer...




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