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Zarria Morris

Died : Nov 03, 2023

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Sylacauga, AL

Zarria Renee Morris' earthly journey began on August 19, 2004, in Sylacauga, Alabama to the parents of Cedric Garrett and Zanda Morris. Zarria accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and united with the First Church of the Nazarene, Sylacauga, Alabama. Zarria received her formal education in the Sylacauga City School System and later transferred to The Way The Truth and The Life Christian School, where she graduated with the class of 2022. After receiving her education, she was a ...Read More

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Von R. Winstead

Nov 29, 1944 - Feb 18, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Von R. Winstead born on November 29,1944 passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024. He leaves behind a beloved wife, family and friends. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.

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Jeannie (Anderson) Maxwell

Feb 04, 1942 - Feb 11, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Jeannie (Anderson) Maxwell Born in Boston on Feb. 4, 1942, Jeannie was the daughter of the late Oscar William “Bill” and Rebecca (Greenough) Anderson. She was raised and educated in Randolph, and briefly lived on route 1 in West Peabody, MA. Jeannie was the beloved wife of James Maxwell with whom she shared 28 years of marriage. She leaves her children, Bonnie Jean Knowles, Robin Derba and her husband Stephen, Charles Knowles and his wife Lisa, Michael Mahoney and his wife Cassandra, her grandchildren, Nicole Derba, Katherine & Kyle MacIntire, Stephanie & Jack Newman, Kristy & Andrew Strauss, Kimberly & Brendan Klar, Alli & Ryan Tjalsma, Chuckie Knowles, Renee Maxwell, Ronnie & Katina Maxwell, and 8 great-grandchildren. She also leaves 7 siblings, Janet Hidden, Anna Igo, Becky King, Suzanne Pinho, Jack, Fred and Danny Peterson, as well as countless nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sisters, Bobbie Douglass, Elsa Eckman, Karin Caproni, Lois Hebert, and her brothers William “Billy” Anderson & David Peterson. Jeannie worked tirelessly throughout her life; she was a waitress and cashier. She looked forward to Christmas family celebrations in rented halls large enough to hold the entire Anderson/Peterson clan. Jeannie was an active member in her church along with her beloved husband Jim. She loved to volunteer for Vacation Bible School for Kids. She was a woman of strong faith in Jesus. Jeannie & Jim were inseparable; the two enjoyed many annual trips to New York in their camper along with friends at the Word of Life Campground. Jeannie adored spending time with her treasured family and grandchildren along with many precious friends. She enjoyed having many family gatherings at her home. A funeral service for Jeannie will be held Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Merrimack Valley Baptist Church, 517 Boston Post Rd, Merrimack, NH.

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Félix Oquendo González

Jun 14, 1938 - Feb 13, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Félix Oquendo González, 85 fallecimiento el febrero 13, 2024. Un(a) sepelio para Félix se llevará a cabo el jueves, febrero 22, 2024 desde la(s) 3:30 p. m. hasta la(s) 4:00 p. m..

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Angela Chao

Aug 06, 1973 - Feb 11, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Angela Chao passed away in a tragic automobile accident on February 11, 2024, at the age of 50. Angela was a loving and devoted wife to her husband Jim Breyer and an equally loving and devoted daughter, sister, mother, and aunt, unfailingly filial, thoughtful, and kind. She was a friend to all who met her, with a wonderful sense of humor and a compassionate spirit. Her charisma was only exceeded by her intelligence and vision in business, philanthropy, and in life, and most especially, by her love for family and friends. Angela believed deeply that the true treasures in life are family, friends, and helping others. Her spirit of love and compassion and charity will continue to inspire all who knew her. Angela was Chair and CEO of Foremost Group, a leading New York charterer of large and eco-friendly bulk carriers. As a trail blazer for women in the executive suite, she inspired others to pursue their dreams. Her path to success in business began at a young age, when she would accompany her father, Dr. James S. C. Chao, founder of Foremost, to “Take Your Daughter to Work” days, even joining him on visits to the company’s ships. Angela supported a wide range of educational, fine arts, health, and community organizations. She served on the Harvard Business School Board of Dean’s Advisors, and, in honor of her parents, she established the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao and James Si-Cheng Chao Family Fellowship at Harvard College. She served on the Chairman’s Council of the Metropolitan Museum of the Arts and as an Advisory Board Member of the Metropolitan Opera. She received her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard College where she graduated magna cum laude in three years. While at Harvard Business School, she wrote a finance case entitled “Ocean Carriers” which is being used in the First Year Required Curriculum at Harvard Business School, as well as at other top business schools. Angela is survived by her husband Jim Breyer, by her father Dr. James S.C. Chao, and by her sisters the Honorable Elaine Chao, May Chao, Christine Chao, and Grace Chao and extended family. Angela was preceded in death by her beloved mother, Ruth Mulan Chu Chao, and by her sister Jeanette Chao.

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Michele J. Bass

Apr 23, 1932 - Feb 15, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Michele J. Bass was born on April 23, 1932 in Hartford CT, and passed on February 15, 2024, just a little over a month before her 92nd birthday. She was the eldest daughter of Irving and Shirley Joseph of Bristol, Connecticut. She was always a loving Sibling, Mother, Grandmother, Great-grandmother to those that survive her. These include sisters Suzanne Rolnick ( Jerry Rolnick, deceased), Carol Cohen (Bernard Cohen); Children Ivy Mitcham (Mike Mitcham), Sandra Bass, Robert Bass (Cheryl Bass); Grandchildren Megan Janczak (Chase Janczak), Michael Bass ( Christina Bass), Matthew Mitcham (Anne Mitcham), Melanie Tomerlin ( Clint Tomerlin), Jessica Wilcher (Taylor Wilcher), and Alex Bass; Great Grandchildren Madelyn Janczak, Jacob Janczak, Charlotte Mitcham, Nora Wilcher, and Griffin Wilcher. “Mickey” as everyone knew her was a loving and kind person. She was a school teacher, piano teacher, and home maker. She always had a love of music and dance and taught tap dancing until she was 80. Mickey was always there to care for others in her family. Her father Irving Joseph died an untimely death at 48 years old and Mickey was only 18, left to grieve as well as care for both her sisters Suzanne, and Carol 12 and 6 years old respectively. She took a year off from college to help her mother Shirley Joseph get back on her feet. The Joseph women are all small but mighty and Shirley was able to raise all 3 girls with the help of Mickey. As a supportive mother she always was a source of compassion and loving advice to three children that all worked very hard to become the professionals they are today. Without her support this would not have been possible. In addition to teaching dance, she also played Mahjong, painted wonderful oils and water colors, and was a voracious reader with James Michener being one of her favorite authors. Mickey will be missed by everyone she touched throughout the years. However, at this time she would want us all to celebrate her life and remember all of the wonderful times each of us shared with her. Private services will be held.

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Alfred Roy Lintz

Feb 18, 1941 - Feb 17, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Alfred Roy Lintz was born to the late Alfred Henry Lintz and Mattie Lee Lintz on February 18, 1941, in Dallas, Texas as the eighth of ten children. He accepted Christ at a young age as a member of Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church. Alfred traveled through most of his life as the faithful husband and friend of Tommie Jean Smith, to whom he was married since August 3, 1963. They shared attendance at Lincoln High School which was also where he began his active sports pursuits as a member of the basketball, football and baseball teams, continuing as a basketball player at the esteemed HBCU of Tuskegee Institute then transferred to Prairie View A&M as a Mechanical Engineering student where he joined their basketball team. The loving union of Tommie and Alfred gave birth to two children, Khrhysna Juanita and Alfred Roy Jr. He retired after more than 40 years with Texas Instruments where he concurrently worked as an adjunct professor of El Centro Community College. He frequently volunteered by tutoring community students in mathematics and other STEM subjects. He was also a faithful teacher of Bible study classes at his beloved First Christian Methodist Church. Alfred loved the outdoors where he camped, boated, and fished as a member of the Texas Longhorn Campers, the only African American Chapter of the National Campers and Hikers Association. He played Tennis with the 40-Love Tennis Club and was an avid restorer of automobiles. He also passed time with dear friends playing pinochle. On Saturday, February 17, 2024 Alfred accepted his call home to Glory. He was preceded in death by his wife, father, mother, and step-father (Frank Morgan); siblings, Mary Lee James, Jack Hensley, Willie B. Richards, Johnette Stumon, Williard Lintz, Gene Lintz, Grady Lintz, Andrew Lintz, W.T. Lintz, Nellie Mae, and Andrew Jack Lintz. Alfred leaves to celebrate his life and legacy his children, Khrhysna Juanita McKinney (Franki), Alfred R. Lintz, Jr. (Chrysta) and Katrina Duncan; grandchildren, Desiree McKinney Rupert (Andre Rupert), Alfred R. Lintz III, Hope McKinney, Joshua Lintz, and Eden Lintz; his sister, Patricia Jackson; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other family, former students, and friends.

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Geam Albarracin

Apr 25, 1971 - Feb 19, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Geam Albarracin, age 52 passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. The arrangements for Geam are under the care and direction of Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home and are pending at this time. Please check this website again for any updates concerning possible services. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cookwaldendavisfuneralhome.com for the Albarracin family.

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Dianne Lee Smith Pounds

Mar 07, 1949 - Feb 11, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Dianne Lee Smith Pounds quietly passed from this life on February 11, 2024 after a prolonged illness. Dianne was born March 7, 1949 in Norfolk, Virginia to parents Howell and Phyllis Corrado Smith. She leaves behind her husband of 51 years, John Pounds, Jr.; their son John Pounds, III (Trey) and his wife, Kimberly and daughter, Campbell of Sequin; their daughter, Kendall Barney and her husband, Jeff, and son, Korbin, of San Diego, Ca. Also mourning her passing are her sisters, Phyllis and Jan, of Austin; brother, Jody and his wife, Susan, of Portland Oregon; Jody’s daughter Anna, her husband Darrin and their children, Audrey and Colin of Sacramento, CA.; Jody’s son Justin, his wife Terri and daughter Maia of Portland, Oregon. Dianne was a gifted seamstress and quilter, making beautiful quilts at the birth of each grandchild. She loved to travel and would take every opportunity to zip-line in Costa Rica, stand under the Eiffel Tower or trudge through the snow in Canada. She will live on in all of our hearts.

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Barbara A Hoyt

Mar 04, 1934 - Feb 18, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Barbara A Hoyt, age 89, passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024. A full obituary will be posted soon.

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Schirleen A. Weller

Aug 01, 1958 - Feb 14, 2024

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Sylacauga, AL

Schirleen A. Weller, age 65, went home to be with her Lord on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. Schirleen was born in San Antonio, Texas to Leon and Frieda (Ackermann) Van Osselaer. She was baptized, confirmed and married at St. John’s Lutheran Church in San Antonio. Following her high school graduation she began a long career working as an administrative assistant in various fields. She was an active member of St. John Lutheran Church in Marion, Texas. In addition to serving a couple terms on the church council, she also enjoyed helping with youth activities, such as Sunday School and Vacation Bible School, as well as taking part in service activities with the church. During her children’s school years, Schirleen was a member of the Seguin FFA Booster Club, a Seguin 4-H Leader for five years with her husband Michael, Sr., and a member of the Guadalupe County Aggie Moms Club. Schirleen loved working with plants and flowers, including creating silk floral arrangements for weddings and other special occasions within her family. She also liked going on road trips and deeply enjoyed her trips to the coast. Singing brought her great joy, whether it was singing at church or singing along to her favorite Elvis songs. Most of all, Schirleen enjoyed being surrounded by her friends and family and cherished the time spent with them. She is preceded in death by her parents, sisters Lilla Van Osselaer and Linda Cartwright, niece Agnes M. Pantuso, and her grandparents. Schirleen is survived by her husband of 46 years, Michael W. Weller Sr., daughters Lillian Dempster and Kristie Weller, son Michael W. Weller Jr, grandchild Landen Dempster, sisters Gloria Katzer (Arnold), and Dorothy Pantuso (John Jr.), and honorary sister Vicki Kwiecien ; as well as numerous nephews, nieces, great-nephews, and great-nieces. Serving as Pallbearers will be: Matthew Weller, John Pantuso III, Nelson Pantuso, Dalles Katzer, Kyle Kuhlman, Scott Stevens, Derrick Wesch, and Jesse Munoz. Honorary Pallbearers: Andrew Weller, Patrick Weller, and Jason Talbert. Schirleen will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John Lutheran Church, Marion, Tx. A visitation for Schirleen will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at St John Lutheran Church, 600 S Center St, Marion, TX 78124. A funeral service will occur Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, 600 S Center St, Marion, TX 78124. A graveside service will occur Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at St. John Lutheran Cemetery, 100 W Wetz St, Marion, TX 78124. Services to be officiated by the Reverend Paul Theiss.

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