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Cedar Oak Memorial Park
1401 Mimosa Park Road
Tuscaloosa , AL 35405
(205) 345-1339
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Druid Funeral Service
2903 8th Street
Tuscaloosa , AL 35401
(205) 759-5452
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Heritage Chapel Funeral Home
5200 Old Birmingham Highway
Tuscaloosa , AL 35404
(205) 553-3555
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Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home
4905 Highway 69 North
Tuscaloosa , AL 35473
(205) 339-2600
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Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home
6100 Old Greensboro Road
Tuscaloosa , AL 35405
(205) 752-2005
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Memory Chapel Funeral Home
2200 Skyland Boulevard East
Tuscaloosa , AL 35405
(205) 553-1430
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Memory Hill Gardens Cemetery and Mausoleum
2200 Skyland Boulevard East
Tuscaloosa , AL 35405
(205) 556-6182
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Rollins Mortuary
2701 Mill King Jr Boulevard
Tuscaloosa , AL 35401
(205) 759-4202
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Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel
5434 Old Birmingham Highway
Tuscaloosa , AL 35404
(205) 553-3141
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Williams Service Funeral Home
7501 Culver Road
Tuscaloosa , AL 35401
(205) 752-1412
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Williams Service Funeral Home Inc
7417 Culver Road
Tuscaloosa , AL 35401
(205) 759-1261
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Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News


Longtime police officer and coach 'Cotton' Lloyd influenced kids on, off field

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Southaven, leaves Eleanor Lloyd, his wife of 50 years; a daughter, Kathleen Lloyd Stiles of Memphis; five sons, Bill Lloyd of Olive Branch, Michael Lloyd of Memphis, John Lloyd of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Chris Lloyd of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Tim Lloyd of Hernando, and 12 grandchildren. Visitation will be at St. Paul Catholic Church from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 tonight with Mass, also at St. Paul, at 10 a.m. Saturday. Family Funeral Care has charge. (The Commercial Appeal)

Coming Soon for Jan. 22 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Feb. 4 in front of the Hardin Center. Call 256-547-8696. WINTER WONDERLAND PRAISE DANCE SHOWCASE will be at 5 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Fellowship Youth center in Gadsden (off Tuscaloosa Avenue) Avenue D. Admission is free. The event showcases the group’s top performances in liturgical, praise dance, miming and drama. For more information, call 256-557-6165. The Kiwanis Club’s annual Pancake Day fundraiser is from 5 a.m. to noon Feb. 18 at Convention Hall. For more information, call Glenda Selman at 256-549-8420. The Gadsden Public Library’s Brunch with Books book club meets at 10 a.m. in the Lena Martin Room. The book is “Wench” by Dolen Perkins-Valdex. A light brunch w...

No. 2 Alabama beats No. 1 LSU 21-0 for BCS title - Greenville News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
The Tigers (13-1) and Tide met on Nov. 5 in what was dubbed the Game of the Century, and the Tigers won a touchdown-less, defensive standoff, 9-6 in overtime. Alabama went 2 for 6 on field goals in Tuscaloosa. Richardson, the Heisman Trophy finalist, ran for 96 yards on 20 carries and offensive player of the game A.J. McCarron passed for 234 yards as the Tide had no problem moving against LSU’s second-ranked defense in the nation — just not into the end zone. Alabama’s top-ranked defense didn’t need much help. With All-American linebacker Dont’a Hightower leading the way, the Tide held LSU to 92 total yards and five first downs. For the Tide, it’s the second BCS championship in the last three years under coach Nick Saban, who also won a title at LSU in 2003. In a bowl season filled with high-scoring games, the top two defenses in the nation set the tone at the BCS title game. And much like the first meeting, special teams were pivotal. The Tide’s defense was dominant and linebacker C.J. Mosley had the first takeway of the game in the third quarter, his last play of the game as it turned out. LSU’s Jordan Jefferson started to...

Big Honors For African-Americans' Small 'Firsts' - NPR

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
And I think that's the inspiration of all of this, really, is that these were quiet steps made by individuals alone, applying for some position in Saginaw, Michigan or in San Jose, California or in Tuscaloosa, Alabama by themselves. They did not have the force of some organization behind them. There had been, in many cases, no protests that led to their getting these positions. They were taking a chance during a time of great change, anyway, and there was a sense that things needed to open up. This came during a time of great ferment and turmoil throughout the country overall in the years preceding the civil rights movement, and then thereafter. And so these were the individual people who were stepping into that void, and I find inspirational that they were doing this without great fanfare. They had not been written about. They were not seeking to be written about, and yet they were making history on their own. MARTIN: Were there any stories that just stick with you that you just cannot get out of your head? WILKERSON: Well, one of the people actually who turned up in the obituary list was someone who was not even black. We don't include him in the 300 or more. But it turned out that someone turned up because he had not been the first black bus driver in this county in Mississippi, but he had been someone who had helped train the first black bus driver in this county in Mississippi. And his family thought it noteworthy to acknowledge that he had had a hand in that, which is a reminder that these moments - these moments where someone had to break through - the moment of their hiring was - required many things to happen. It was a moment of anxiety, of uncertainty, of taking a risk and risk-taking by all kinds of people in order to make it happen. And it's a reminder that it took a lot for these people to get these positions, however humble they may appear. MARTIN: You know, we're not just talking about people, first, from the civil rights era. One of the people that you mentioned in the essay, Ralph Tyson, became the first black federal judge for the middle district of Louisiana in 1998. What do you think when you look at that and you say, 1998, somebody's still the first to do X, Y or Z? WILKERSON: I think it's an indication that we've come a long way as the list bears out, but that we still have a long way to go. It's humbling to realize that there are still positions and places in this country where there will be firsts going into the future, and that we are not quite there yet. MARTIN: Isabel Wilkerson is the author of "The Warmth of Other Suns." It is a sweeping epic about the Great Migration. It's received many, many awards, including the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award for Non-Fiction. S...

Coming Soon for Dec. 4 - Gadsden Times

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Christmas parade from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 17. The theme is “Carver’s Festival of Christmas Colors.” The parade starts at the old Goodyear warehouse (corner of N. Sixth Street and Tuscaloosa Avenue) and ends on Jacksonville Court. There will be cash prizes for first, second and third place floats. A $15 entrance fee is due by Saturday. Vendors are welcome with a $25 setup fee. For information, call Billy Billingsley, 256-543-1604; Claude Burnett, 256-413-7620; or Jalania Harris, 256-390-0504. RSVP is in need of volunteers to help with its free income tax preparation service. No experience required, flexible hours, training provided, located in convenient, public places throughout Etowah County. The only requirement is to have basic computer knowledge. Also, RSVP is looking for volunteers to do reception work at some of its agencies. Call RSVP, 256-549-8147, for more information. The GADSDEN PUBLIC LIBRARY staff is recruiting more members for its Friends of the Library group. Prospective Friends are invited to stop by the main branch to pick up applications. Annual memberships are $10 for individuals or $20 for families. Benefits for Friends include a copy of the library history book, a $10 coupon to spend in the bookstore and other surprises. The group meets quarterly for programs, speakers and refreshments. Friends also are able to volunteer if they choose. For additional information, call Craig Scott, 256-549-4699, ext. 120. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the history experts for an answer on a historical question. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Bapt...

Coming Soon for Nov. 6 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Christmas parade from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 17. The theme is “Carver’s Festival of Christmas Colors.” The parade starts at the old Goodyear warehouse (corner of N. Sixth Street and Tuscaloosa Avenue) and ends on Jacksonville Court. There will be cash prizes for first, second and third place floats. A $15 entrance fee is due by Dec. 10. Vendors are welcome with a $25 setup fee. For information, call Billy Billingsley, 256-543-1604; Claude Burnett, 256-413-7620; or Jalania Harris, 256-390-0504. RSVP is in need of volunteers to help with their free income tax preparation service. No experience required, flexible hours, training provided, located in convenient, public places throughout Etowah County. The only requirement is to have basic computer knowledge. Call RSVP, 256-549-8147, for more information. The GADSDEN PUBLIC LIBRARY staff is recruiting more members for its Friends of the Library group. Prospective Friends are invited to stop by the main branch to pick up applications. Annual memberships are $10 for individuals or $20 for families. Benefits for Friends include a copy of the library history book, a $10 coupon to spend in the bookstore and other surprises. The group meets quarterly for programs, speakers and refreshments. Friends also are able to volunteer if they choose. For additional information, call Craig Scott, 256-549-4699, ext. 120. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the history experts for an answer on a historical question. SIGN UP NOW for a trip to Nashville, Grand Old Opry, Dec. 5, 6 and 7, for three days, two nights. Call Doris Hahn, 256-492-3465. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Mount Lookout Cemetery, Tillison Cemetery, McCauley Cemetery, Reid Cemetery, Oak Park Cemetery, Old Attalla Cemetery and Moody Cemetery in Altoona. If anyone knows of unmarked graves in these or any information on these cemeteries, contact RoseMary Hyatt...

Leslie Virginia Thomas (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Sep 22, 2011
Gilbert, Stockbridge, GA; and James Patrick (Ria Giuliano-Thomas) Thomas, Brooklyn, NY, three sisters-in-law: Susan Annette Taylor, Augusta, GA, Mary Frances Johnson, San Diego, CAand Reva Howard, Tuscaloosa, AL; 12 grandchildren; 9 greatgrandchildren; 1 great-great grandchild; a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Leslie was selfless, eloquent, practical and had an amazing sense of humor that con, tinues after her passing, i.e. her beautifully orchestrated passing and instructions on how to best celebrate her passing. Those who knew her best are smiling as they read these words, for they know she is very pleased that we are doing this "her way". Leslie instilled in her family to claim their joy, nourish their passion, remain true to themselves in all things, and to love and laugh often. The Family will honor the request of Mrs. Thomas to be cremated with her remains being left in the care of her devoted husband. Family and friends of Leslie will gather to share fond memories of tim...




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