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Nichols Funeral Homes

1607 11th Avenue
Haleyville, AL 35565
(205) 486-2204
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Pinkard Funeral Home

1308 21st Street
Haleyville, AL 35565
(205) 486-7662
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Winston Memorial Cemetery

96 County Road 3629
Haleyville, AL 35565
(205) 486-3090
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Haleyville AL Obituaries and Death Notices

Louise Emma Jones - Ocean City Today

Monday, June 06, 2016

BerlinLouise Emma Jones, age 94, died Monday, May 23, 2016 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, with her beloved children by her side.Born in Whaleyville, she was the daughter of the late Frank Quillen Timmons and Gurnie Ellen Morris Timmons.She was preceded in death by her husbands, William H. Dix and Isaac Nobel Jones (in 1967), and two grandchildren, H. Michael Turner and Elisa Lyn Turner.She is survived by her devoted children, Patricia Dix Klinger and her husband, Thomas, of Chincoteague, Virginia; Billie Rae Dix Turner and Richard Dlnges of Berlin; and Darrell Nobel Jones and his wife, Shelley, of Mardela Springs.She was an adored grandmother to Tina Renée Baldwin and her husband, Eugene, of Haymarket, Virginia, Jon Beauchamp of Woodbridge, Virginia, Gwen Miller of Pittsville, Deborah L. Turner of Berlin, 13 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.Also surviving are two nephews, Danny Cropper and David Cropper, and many great-great nieces and nephews.She was also preceded in death by her sisters, Lillian T. Coffin and Irene McCabe Truitt, and a special nephew, William Frank McCabe.Louise was raised in Be

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Virginian-Pilot editorial: For Suffolk, Johnson, Ward, Milteer and Fawcett - Virginian-Pilot

Monday, October 31, 2016

Something entirely different is happening among those campaigning to supplant incumbent Curtis Milteer as the representative from the Whaleyville Borough.Milteer’s time on City Council stretches back to 1980, six years after the city itself was founded. His re-election would make him one of the longest-serving municipal officials in Virginia history.He’s running against three compelling candidates, including James Faulk, chairman of the city’s Economic Development Authority; Vanessa Harris, 61, a funeral home and music production company owner and middle school teacher; and LaTroy Brinkley, who owns a downtown business.Any of them — and especially Faulk — would bring a new and welcome perspective to City Council. Unfortunately, they cannot bring Milteer’s long and invaluable experience, and the presence of three challengers in the race is likely to seal Milteer’s re-election.Finally, the Sleepy Hole Borough will feature two of the three candidates from the election four years ago. That election elevated Roger Fawcett to City Council. Four years ago, this page preferred Raymond Batton, who is also running again.In the intervening four years, Fawcett, a businessman who works with the Virginia State Police, has proven an able representative on City Council, responsive to constituents and responsible in his choices.Batton’s platform suffers by comparison, as a challenger’s tends to do. Even so, he has been unable to muster the case that Fawcett needs replacement.He doesn’t. Fawcett would be the better representative for Sleepy Hole.