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Collier Butler Funeral Home

824 Rainbow Drive
Gadsden, AL 35901
(256) 543-2140
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Crestwood Cemetery

2209 East Broad Street
Gadsden, AL 35903
(256) 492-5430
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Crestwood Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery

2209 East Broad Street
Gadsden, AL 35903
(256) 492-5544
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Glencoe Hokes Bluff Chapel

1901 Piedmont Cutoff
Gadsden, AL 35903
(256) 492-5550
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Lincoln Hill Memorial Park

400 Miller Avenue
Gadsden, AL 35903
(256) 492-6301
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Southside Funeral Home and Memorial Park

1009 Highway 77
Gadsden, AL 35907
(256) 442-8125
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Village Chapel Funeral Home

101 Vandell Boulevard
Gadsden, AL 35904
(256) 547-5557
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Watson and Son's Funeral Parlor

562 West Meighan Boulevard
Gadsden, AL 35901
(256) 547-2537
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Gadsden AL Obituaries and Death Notices

Deaths Summary for Thursday, April 13, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

April 4. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services. DAVIS, Pauline W., of North Charleston, widow of Harold Davis, died Tuesday. Arrangements by North Area Funeral Home.GADSDEN, Michael Leon, 38, of Charleston, a funeral director with Dorothy's Home for Funerals and security guard with Signal Security, died Monday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Home for Funerals. GREENE, Brenda C., 56, of Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary of North Charleston.NELSON, Malcolm Miles, 55, of Charleston, an employee of Universal Protection Services and widower of Marlene Tisdale-Nelson, died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Mortuary. VAUGHN, Frederick Jerome, 63, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Home for Funerals.Berkeley CountyPADDOCK, Lynn Armstrong, 81, of Moncks Corner, a railroad conductor, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.PARSONS, Sylvia Foster, 82, of Bonneau, a civil service retiree with the Air Force and widow of McKeith Parsons, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel of Moncks Corner. Colleton CountyLASSETTER, Rose P., 66, of Walterboro died Tuesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.YOUNG, David Lowell, 54, of Walterboro, a carpenter and husband of Dawn Beasley Young, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Bri...

LUDLUM,, Peggy Jane - Roanoke Times

Monday, February 27, 2017

Hoback and Andrew Fishburne Hoback of Salem, Virginia, and Beth Ludlum Mabey and Joseph Ford Mabey, Jr. of New Orleans, Louisiana. Also surviving are cousins, James Franklin and Linda Nugent Ford of Gadsden, Alabama, John Lloyd Ford and Brunhilde Stickler Ford; and their children of Pasadena, Texas, James Gregory Ford of Birmingham, Alabama, Michael Howard Ford and Dawn Ledbetter Ford of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Peggy Ford Chastain of Glencoe, Alabama. She was predeceased by beloved husband, James Edwin Ludlum; son, James Scott Ludlum; parents, Oscar Tillman Breeden, Sr. and Allen Millican Breeden; and brother, Oscar Tillman Breeden, Jr. Born in Keener, Alabama on Sunday, September 10, 1933, Peggy was raised in Glencoe and attended Jacksonville State University and Howard College, now Samford University in Birmingham. Married to the love of her life, Jim, in 1956, they were separated by his death in Roanoke, Virginia in 2010.  Peggy Jane will be lovingly remembered for her treasured holiday gatherings and as a consummate daughter, wife, mother and friend. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at Crestwood Funeral Home at 2209 East Broad Street in Gadsden, Alabama, 256-492-5544. Interment will be private. All expressions of sympathy are very much appreciated. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at 262 Danny Tho...

Dozens of firefighters and police escort Mount Olive Fire Chief back to Calhoun County - Anniston Star

Monday, January 23, 2017

Together, Randall Sanders said, the couple had two daughters, Shelby Sanders and Raegan Sanders. She also leaves behind a granddaughter, Baila Sanders.In 2009 Sanders finished EMT coursework at Gadsden State Community College and in 2013 graduated as an advanced EMT, Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown said.Sometime before starting school, Sanders began working at the Fire Department, Brown said.“She got involved after she started a fire,” Randall Sanders said, chuckling. “She was trying to burn some leaves at the house, and the wind caught the fire and sent it running across the grass. The Fire Department had to come out and the rest is history so to speak.”Sanders was made chief in 2010 and she devoted her time to the department both as an EMT and as chief, her husband said.  Sanders was on official business Friday when the wreck occurred, which makes her the first firefighter line- of-duty death in the United States for the year, Chris Heisler, with the United State Honor Flag, said by phone Monday. Sanders will be the first female fire chief to be honored with the flag, Heisler said.“It has become a national treasure for the families that have an intimate knowledge of what that sacrifice means,” Heisler said.Since 2010, Heisler has partnered with Dignity Memorial, a funeral service throughout the country, to cover the costs of the funerals.“No one should make a dollar off of a fallen hero,” he said. “That family will never see an invoice for the service.”Randall Sanders was at a loss of words to describe the outpouring of support from the local public safety community.“Hug your wife, hug your kids, spend some time with them,” Sanders said after a pause. “This is a very tight community and they are a special breed of people.”A visi...

MR. CHARLES VICTOR "CHUCK" QUINTON - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, December 12, 2016

Mr. Charles Victor “Chuck” Quinton, 41 of Gadsden passed away Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Riverview Medical Center. Mr. Quinton was a native of Etowah County.Funeral services were held Sunday, December 4, 2016 at Perry Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Jenkins and Rev. David Bankston officiating. Burial followed in Sheppard #2 Cemetery. Perry Funeral Home Directing. www.perryfuneral.net.Survivors include wife, Beverley Bible Quinton of Gadsden; mother, Clodene (Deana) Quinton Traylor; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; several nieces and nephews.Mr. Quinton was preceded in death by his father, Charles Albert Quinton.

Gold City Quartet, Matt Papa featured in Faith Night concerts - The Alexander City Outlook

Monday, October 31, 2016

Quartet will be performing at the Celebrate the Son concert in the Benjamin Russell High School auditorium.“The Gold City Quartet is one of the oldest quartets in the country,” said Anderson of the Gadsden-based group that formed in 1980. “They are a southern male Gospel quartet that is very well respected, very tight harmony, really good talent. And they have a somewhat local guy that sings with them now. Scott Brand from Clay County is their lead singer that joined them about a month ago, so we’ll have a lot of Clay County folks coming, too.”Gold City’s latest project, “Gold City – Authentic,” features some of the group’s most popular songs from the 1980s with updated tracks and vocals featuring today’s Gold City lineup.

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Deaths Summary for Thursday, April 13, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

April 4. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services. DAVIS, Pauline W., of North Charleston, widow of Harold Davis, died Tuesday. Arrangements by North Area Funeral Home.GADSDEN, Michael Leon, 38, of Charleston, a funeral director with Dorothy's Home for Funerals and security guard with Signal Security, died Monday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Home for Funerals. GREENE, Brenda C., 56, of Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary of North Charleston.NELSON, Malcolm Miles, 55, of Charleston, an employee of Universal Protection Services and widower of Marlene Tisdale-Nelson, died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Mortuary. VAUGHN, Frederick Jerome, 63, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Home for Funerals.Berkeley CountyPADDOCK, Lynn Armstrong, 81, of Moncks Corner, a railroad conductor, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.PARSONS, Sylvia Foster, 82, of Bonneau, a civil service retiree with the Air Force and widow of McKeith Parsons, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel of Moncks Corner. Colleton CountyLASSETTER, Rose P., 66, of Walterboro died Tuesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.YOUNG, David Lowell, 54, of Walterboro, a carpenter and husband of Dawn Beasley Young, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Bri...

LUDLUM,, Peggy Jane - Roanoke Times

Monday, February 27, 2017

Hoback and Andrew Fishburne Hoback of Salem, Virginia, and Beth Ludlum Mabey and Joseph Ford Mabey, Jr. of New Orleans, Louisiana. Also surviving are cousins, James Franklin and Linda Nugent Ford of Gadsden, Alabama, John Lloyd Ford and Brunhilde Stickler Ford; and their children of Pasadena, Texas, James Gregory Ford of Birmingham, Alabama, Michael Howard Ford and Dawn Ledbetter Ford of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Peggy Ford Chastain of Glencoe, Alabama. She was predeceased by beloved husband, James Edwin Ludlum; son, James Scott Ludlum; parents, Oscar Tillman Breeden, Sr. and Allen Millican Breeden; and brother, Oscar Tillman Breeden, Jr. Born in Keener, Alabama on Sunday, September 10, 1933, Peggy was raised in Glencoe and attended Jacksonville State University and Howard College, now Samford University in Birmingham. Married to the love of her life, Jim, in 1956, they were separated by his death in Roanoke, Virginia in 2010.  Peggy Jane will be lovingly remembered for her treasured holiday gatherings and as a consummate daughter, wife, mother and friend. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at Crestwood Funeral Home at 2209 East Broad Street in Gadsden, Alabama, 256-492-5544. Interment will be private. All expressions of sympathy are very much appreciated. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at 262 Danny Tho...

Dozens of firefighters and police escort Mount Olive Fire Chief back to Calhoun County - Anniston Star

Monday, January 23, 2017

Together, Randall Sanders said, the couple had two daughters, Shelby Sanders and Raegan Sanders. She also leaves behind a granddaughter, Baila Sanders.In 2009 Sanders finished EMT coursework at Gadsden State Community College and in 2013 graduated as an advanced EMT, Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown said.Sometime before starting school, Sanders began working at the Fire Department, Brown said.“She got involved after she started a fire,” Randall Sanders said, chuckling. “She was trying to burn some leaves at the house, and the wind caught the fire and sent it running across the grass. The Fire Department had to come out and the rest is history so to speak.”Sanders was made chief in 2010 and she devoted her time to the department both as an EMT and as chief, her husband said.  Sanders was on official business Friday when the wreck occurred, which makes her the first firefighter line- of-duty death in the United States for the year, Chris Heisler, with the United State Honor Flag, said by phone Monday. Sanders will be the first female fire chief to be honored with the flag, Heisler said.“It has become a national treasure for the families that have an intimate knowledge of what that sacrifice means,” Heisler said.Since 2010, Heisler has partnered with Dignity Memorial, a funeral service throughout the country, to cover the costs of the funerals.“No one should make a dollar off of a fallen hero,” he said. “That family will never see an invoice for the service.”Randall Sanders was at a loss of words to describe the outpouring of support from the local public safety community.“Hug your wife, hug your kids, spend some time with them,” Sanders said after a pause. “This is a very tight community and they are a special breed of people.”A visi...

MR. CHARLES VICTOR "CHUCK" QUINTON - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, December 12, 2016

Mr. Charles Victor “Chuck” Quinton, 41 of Gadsden passed away Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Riverview Medical Center. Mr. Quinton was a native of Etowah County.Funeral services were held Sunday, December 4, 2016 at Perry Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Jenkins and Rev. David Bankston officiating. Burial followed in Sheppard #2 Cemetery. Perry Funeral Home Directing. www.perryfuneral.net.Survivors include wife, Beverley Bible Quinton of Gadsden; mother, Clodene (Deana) Quinton Traylor; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; several nieces and nephews.Mr. Quinton was preceded in death by his father, Charles Albert Quinton.

Gold City Quartet, Matt Papa featured in Faith Night concerts - The Alexander City Outlook

Monday, October 31, 2016

Quartet will be performing at the Celebrate the Son concert in the Benjamin Russell High School auditorium.“The Gold City Quartet is one of the oldest quartets in the country,” said Anderson of the Gadsden-based group that formed in 1980. “They are a southern male Gospel quartet that is very well respected, very tight harmony, really good talent. And they have a somewhat local guy that sings with them now. Scott Brand from Clay County is their lead singer that joined them about a month ago, so we’ll have a lot of Clay County folks coming, too.”Gold City’s latest project, “Gold City – Authentic,” features some of the group’s most popular songs from the 1980s with updated tracks and vocals featuring today’s Gold City lineup.