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Diane Sneed

Feb 02, 1951 - Dec 01, 2023

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Cullman, AL

"Lera Diane Dougless Sneed, 72, of Tuscumbia, most recently resided in Cullman, passed away Friday, December 1, 2023. Visitation will be Tuesday, December 5th, from 11:00 a. m. until 1:00 p. m. at Morrison Funeral Home, Tuscumbia. The funeral service will immediately follow in the funeral home chapel with Jeff Newton officiating. Interment will be at Oakwood Cemetery, Tuscumbia. Diane was a native of Tuscumbia and graduated from Deshler in 1969. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from the ...Read More

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Jody Seth Eubanks

Nov 25, 1975 - Feb 21, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Jody Seth Eubanks,48,was born in Graysville, AL on 11-25-1975 at Longview Hospital. He was a Cullman High School graduate class of 1994. Jody attended University of Alabama and graduated from Auburn University with a Degree in Business. He formerly was a Nursing Home administrator for several years before he and Caneel Carswell founded and owned C&E Fence located here in Cullman Alabama. Jody was a Son, Brother and Father and will be missed by all who knew him and loved him. Jody is Survived by Caneel Carswell (wife) Ronnie Eubanks (Father) Sheree (Danny) Rhodes ( mother) Sons Seth Eubanks, Luke Eubanks & Will Eubanks Brother Ryan Eubanks Sister Mckenzie(Andrew) Freeman Grandmother (Gran) Wilma (Harold) Beasley Dogs Bitsy Ollie Jody is preceded in death by Mama Faye (Rex) Southerland (grandmother) Seldon Eubanks (grandfather) Delaney Childers (grandfather) Bradley Claire Eubanks (daughter) A graveside memorial service for Jody will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 2:00 PM at Cullman Memory Gardens. Jody will be laid to rest in Cullman Memory Gardens, 1516 Bolte Road SE, Cullman, AL 35055.

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Dorothy Gadbois Holland

Jul 05, 1939 - Feb 19, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Dorothy Gadbois Holland, age 84, of Cullman, Alabama passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. Dorothy was born in MA.

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Lorena Mae Spinks Maloney

Jan 14, 1934 - Feb 14, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Lorena Mae Spinks Maloney passed away February 14, 2024 in Cullman, Alabama. She was born January 14, 1934, in Fluker, Louisiana to John Ellis Spinks and Lela Belle Carter Spinks, who were farmers in Tangipahoa Parish. Upon her high school graduation in Franklinton, LA, she moved to New Orleans. There, while working at the Chart Room in the French Quarter, she met Augustus Maloney, a patron and sailor recently discharged from the Navy. They fell in love, married and had two sons. Gus, a boilermaker, relocated the family to Illinois for work. Lorena began work at Morton Community Bank (MCB) in Morton, IL. She loved the banking environment and loved her friends at the bank. Upon Gus' retirement, the family moved to Mobile, AL where Lorena continued work in banking. Upon the death of her husband, she moved back to Illinois and back to work at MCB, where she stayed until her retirement. Ultimately, Lorena moved to Alabama to be near family. She was active in church and had strong faith in God. Predeceasing her are her mother, father and husband. She is also predeceased by brothers Wilmer, Delmar and Jack, and sisters Cola, Mable, Margie and Alice. Lorena is survived by sons Timothy of Peoria, IL and Christian (Sharon) of Blountsville, AL, sister Lola Stogner of Pasadena, Texas, and many nephews, nieces, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A private graveside service will be held prior to internment at Pine Crest Cemetery West in Mobile, Alabama. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorials be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in her memory.

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Rebecca Frances Holmes Qualls

Apr 14, 1941 - Feb 12, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Rebecca Frances Holmes Qualls age 82, passed away February 12, 2024. Becky was a native of Cullman, AL although she had lived in Huntsville, AL for the last 30 years. Becky moved back to Cullman last year with her dog Izzy. Rebecca is preceded in death by her husband Eddie Rae Qualls, mother Ona Lee Holmes, and her father Tignal Holmes. Becky is survived by her son Steven (Scarlett P.) Mark Qualls of Huntsville, AL, brother Tignal “Tek” (Elizabeth) Holmes Jr. of Huntsville, AL, grandchildren Gabrielle Lee Qualls of Huntsville, AL, Jordan Rae Qualls of Atlanta, GA, Jarrett Mark Qualls of Huntsville, AL, and her nephews Weston Tek Holmes and Casey Braeden Holmes. Becky lived for her friends and family, and loved cooking for them. She cherished her three grandchildren and can be reflected on as an incredibly giving individual. A Celebration of Life Memorial service and reception will be held on Friday, February 16, 2024 at 12:30 PM at Moss Service Funeral Home in the Fireside Room. Followed by a graveside service at Cullman city Cemetery at 2 PM.

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Rev. Ronald Phillip Sessions, Sr.

Jul 30, 1937 - Feb 10, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Sessions, Rev. Ronald Phillip SR. age 86 of Cullman, AL. died Saturday, February 10, 2024. Phillip was born on July 30, 1937, at home, in Lanett, AL to William Riser and Lorene Styres Sessions. After serving as a police officer and postman in Birmingham, AL. He felt called to the ministry and became a preacher in the Church of the Nazarene. Rev. Sessions served his denomination well. He pastored for over 40 years, 9 ½ of which he served as the District Superintendent of Alabama South District Church of the Nazarene. Phillip earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lael University and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Trevecca Nazarene University. He was preceded in death by his parents: William Riser and Lorene Sessions. Rev. Sessions is survived by his wife of 67 years, Mary Whittle Sessions; daughter, Cheryl Sessions White (Les); sons: Ronald Phillip Sessions Jr. (Vanessa), James Mark Sessions (Christy), and Stephen Scott Sessions (Amy); sister, Barbara Ann Ragsdale; brother, William Riser Sessions, Jr.; 13 Grandchildren: and 14 Great Grandchildren. The Sessions family will receive friends Tuesday from 12:00 noon until the celebration of Rev. Sessions’ life will be Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at 2:00 P.M. at Moss Service Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be at Cullman City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cullman Nazarene Church “Building Fund” at 5415 Hwy 157, Cullman, AL 35055, or cullmanfirst.com. Please visit mossservicefh.com to leave condolences for the family. Moss Service Funeral Home Directing.

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Brenda Gail Parrish

Feb 27, 1949 - Feb 10, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Brenda Gail Parrish passed away peacefully at her home on February 10, 2024. Brenda was born in Cullman, Alabama on February 27, 1949. She was preceded in death by her parents Faye Buchmann Daniel and Bobby Rayburn Reeder, and her brothers Bobby W. Reeder and Danny Reeder. Brenda attended Cullman High School. She received a degree in Nursing from Wallace State Community College. She worked in several areas of nursing in Cullman and Birmingham over her many years including doctor’s offices, hospitals and home health. She loved nursing and was very compassionate in caring for her patients. Brenda is survived by her son Tim Jones of Cullman, sister Cindy Blevins and husband Robert of Houston, Texas, sister Donna Chandler of Cullman, aunt JoAnn Hinkle and husband David of Cullman and several cousins, nieces and nephews. The family would like to sincerely thank the loving caregivers who took care of Brenda during her final years. A graveside service will be held Thursday, February 15, 2024 at 10:00am at Cullman City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church or a charity of your choice. Moss Service Funeral Home Directing

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Maurice Pruett Hinkle, Jr.

Aug 06, 1965 - Feb 05, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Maurice Pruett "Buddy" Hinkle, Jr., age 58, of Cullman, Alabama, passed peacefully on Monday, Feb. 5th, 2024, at Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. Buddy was born on Aug. 6th, 1965, to Maurice Pruett Sr. and Carolyn Calloway Hinkle in Cullman, Alabama. He lived there until 1985, when he joined the United States Army and was first stationed at Fort Polk, Louisiana. He was then stationed in Berlin, Germany, in 1988. Moving back to Cullman in Nov. 1990 to build his first house in Good Hope on the Hinkle Homestead, where he continued to build and live his life. He was preceded in death by His Father, Maurice Pruett Hinkle, and son Aaron Hinkle. Buddy is survived by his beloved wife of 9 years, Christina Reid Hinkle, sons: Jacob Hinkle, Nathan Hinkle, Joshua Hinkle, and Noah Hinkle, daughters Evie Hinkle and Kaylee Hinkle, stepdaughter: Jessica Baker, mother, Carolyn Hinkle, sisters: Lisa Hinkle and Jannie Hinkle Thomas, nieces: Mallory Benson, and Reese Thomas, and a host of extended family and an immense amount of life- long friends and anyone he helped and was there for in his life, he was a friend and confidant to everyone he encountered. Buddy was a passionate member of Emeus Baptist Church in Cullman, Alabama. A happy, devoted Husband and family man of immense Character and infinite patience when helping others. He was an avid sportsman who loved hunting, fishing, and spending time with his children and those who adored him. Spending free time he would be found most often playing with his girls, looking up fishing/hunting videos, Auburn sports updates, and listening to worship songs on his computer at his desk, drinking a Mt Dew. May the humility and love he gave and showed in words and so many unseen actions, never asking for credit, even when well due to him. May his life inspire and draw others close together and to Christ, whom Buddy served in many ways that are lost in today's world. Buddy graduated from Good Hope High School in 1983 and proudly served his country in the United States Army. He worked for Bellsouth/AT&T for 18 years and, after his department closed, moved on to factory work for his girls and family. A celebration of life visitation for "Buddy" Maurice will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Moss Service Funeral Home, 1901 2nd AVE North West, Cullman, AL 35055, followed by a celebration of life funeral service at 2:00 PM. "Buddy" Maurice will be laid to rest in Good Hope Cemetery, 90 Good Hope School Road, Good Hope, AL 35057. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Legacy of hope, Gideon's Revival and the Heartbeats for Heroes Initiative. Moss Service Funeral Home Directing.

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Hedy Susanna L’Hereault

Aug 22, 1945 - Feb 05, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Hedy Susanna L’Hereault age 78 of Cullman, Alabama passed away February 5th, 2024. Mrs. L’Hereault is preceded in death by her mother Susanna Cornelia Vanderputte Kelly and father James Frances Kelly. She is survived by her husband Charles Michael L’Hereault, sons Roger L’Hereault, Stephen L’Hereault and Sean L’Hereault, daughter Marie L’Hereault, brother John A Kelly, grandchildren William McElhone, Savannah McElhone, Walker McElhone and Emma L’Hereault, and great-grandchild Ezra Blackwelder. Mrs. L’Hereault was an expert at Scrabble and though it is difficult to quantize comprehensively, her abilities were quoteworthy; possibly attributable to her avid reading habits. She was a devout catholic who loved to sing for her family and parish. Hedy was a guiding light, loving mother and a tremendous example of kindness and compassion. Visitation will be Thursday, February 8, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm followed by the rosary at Sacred Heart Church. Her Funeral will be Friday, February 9th, at 10:00am at Sacred Heart Church, 217 2nd Street SE, Cullman, AL.

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Raymond Gregg Hodges

Nov 15, 1942 - Feb 05, 2024

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Cullman, AL

Raymond Gregg Hodges joined his Lord and Savior and wife Marie on February 5, 2024. He was a dedicated follower of Jesus Christ, devoted husband, loving Daddy, doting Paw Paw to eight grandchildren, and dear friend. He was a community leader who was active with his church and many other charitable and civic agencies. Born in New Hope, Alabama on November 15, 1942, Gregg was the only child to Raymond and Leota Hodges. They lived in Albertville, AL for most of Gregg’s young life. He married the love of his life, Marie Theresa Hodges on February 28, 1967 and remained faithfully devoted to her even after her passing in 2010. Hodges received a Bachelor’s Degree of Animal Science and a Master’s degree of Extension Education from Mississippi State University. He later received an Ed.S. Degree in Education and Supervision from University of Alabama, Gadsden Center. Stationed in Texas, Hodges served four years in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. He achieved the rank of Staff Sargent (SSgt). He was honorably discharged in 1972. He will receive military honors at his graveside service. Hodges began his Extension career in Mississippi followed by service in Franklin and Etowah counties before assuming his position in Cullman in 1981. Hodges served as Cullman County Agent Coordinator of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service for over 20 years in Cullman. Hodges was a driving force in the development of the Cullman County Agricultural Trade Center. He was also involved in the Farm- City program on state and county levels. He was part of the delegation that received the National Award for rural development in 1983. He was asked to participate in a humanitarian USDA project requested by Polish authorities. He served from June 1991 to December 1991 after the removal of the Berlin Wall. Hodges was part of a two- man team whose primary focus was to deprivatize the agricultural sector. The team was stationed in Poland. While there, Hodges organized the first 4-H Club in Poland and was also responsible for organizing a Chamber of Commerce for industry in Leszno, Poland. This action opened the door to new economic development in the western corridor of Poland. In October 1999, Hodges was listed among the Top 100 citizens of Cullman County Leaders of the 20th Century for Agriculture representation. Hodges has served in many other leadership roles including Director of the Cullman Chamber of Commerce, President of United Way, President of Alabama Association of County Agricultural Agents. He was actively involved in Cullman Co. Cattleman’s Association, Farmer’s Federation, Cullman Hospice and Housing Authority. Recently, Hodges has concentrated his service with the Gideons and Cullman First Baptist Church, where he has served as Elder, Deacon, Sunday school teacher, and many church committees over the years. He was a faithful visitor to homebound friends and members of the church, often bringing oranges, shortbread cookies, or flowers cut from his garden. He enjoyed the chance to sit and encourage, laugh, and share the latest local news. Gregg is preceded in death by his wife Marie. He is survived by their three children: Tracy (Seth) Thompson of Cullman, David Hodges of Nashville, Aimee (Dave) Reese of Birmingham; eight grandchildren: Will, Claire, and Grace Thompson, Cooper and Katy Hodges, Luke, Ruby and Hodges Reese. They will miss him dearly. Donations to honor Gregg Hodges may be made to the Gideons of Cullman, attn: Rick White or First Baptist Church of Cullman. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 8 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Funeral will be Friday, February 9 at 10:00 a.m. with graveside to follow at Cullman City Cemetery. Both visitation and funeral will be at First Baptist Church of Cullman, 501 2nd Avenue S.E., Cullman, AL 35055.

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Ms. Carolyn Sue Jones

Jul 27, 1934 - Feb 04, 2024

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Cullman, AL

"Ms. Carolyn Sue Jones, age 89, the Ryan Community of Baileyton, Alabama passed away Sunday, February 4, 2024 at Woodland Village Rehabilitation and Health Center Nursing Home in Cullman, Alabama. Carolyn Sue was born in Morgan County, Alabama on July 27, 1934. She was the daughter of John Herman Ryan and Lillie Low Briscoe. Carolyn Sue was a lifetime resident of the Ryan Community and was a member of Ryan Baptist Church. She was married to Marvin Edward “Cub” Jones (DOD 6/14/2005). Until health and age slowed Carolyn Sue down, she led an active and eventful life. During her younger years you could find her on the sports field. She enjoyed playing basketball, softball and volleyball while at the same time she could play a mean game of cards. She spent as much time as possible with her extended family, especially the grandchildren and great grandchildren. She also looked forward to visiting and going out to eat with her siblings. Carolyn Sue is survived by her loving family which includes her daughters, Jennifer Creel (Hank), Rhonda Paseur (Don), Charlotte King (Michael), Tanya Humphries (Danny); brothers, Jimmy Ryan (Mary), Dan Ryan, (Jahn); sisters, June Garrett, Jonnel Southerland; grandchildren, Brienna Gillispie (Tray), Dusty King (Anna Kate), Brett Abercrombie, Brittany Drinkard (Tony), Ashley Nease (Bradley), Rhea Johnson (Jonathan), Chase Humphries (Hunter); 16 great grandchildren; and special friend, Gary Young. She is preceded in death by her husband, Cub Jones; grandchild, Mandy Creel; great Grandchild, Madalyn Johnson, brothers, Nolan Ryan, Boyd Ryan and James Ryan; and sister, Mary Ransom. Funeral services for Carolyn Sue will be 1:00 pm on Thursday, February 8, 2024 at Ryan Baptist Church. Family and friends will gather for a visitation an hour prior to the funeral service. Pallbearers escorting Carolyn Sue to her final resting place in Ryan Cemetery will be: Dusty King, Brett Abercrombie, Chase Humphries, Tray Gillespie, Bradley Nease, Tony Drinkard, Jonathan Johnson and Tim Southerland. Arrangement entrusted to Arab Heritage Memorial Chapel, Arab, Alabama"

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