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Obituaries for Wed., March 2, 2016, edition

William David Howington

Brewton

 

William David Howington, 63, of Homestead Road, Brewton, passed away Wed., Feb. 24, 2016, in a local nursing facility after a brief illness.

Funeral services were held Sat., Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. at the Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home with Lay Speaker Connie Howington officiating and Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing.

He was a native of Century, Fla., and a long time resident of Brewton. He was of the Methodist faith, and he attended school in the Century school system. He was a member of the Appleton Saddle Club. He was a horse trainer and taught barrell racing.

He is survived by his mother, Opal Howington Bondurant of Century; two daughters, Tonya Steadham of Milton, Fla., and Jennifer Peebles of Walnut Hill, Fla.; brother, Buddy Howington of Evergreen; sisters, Ann Mantel of Seminole and Sheree Barrow of Bratt, Fla.; and five grandchildren, Loren Steadham, Liberty Peebles, Memory Peebles, Brent Eister and Ryan Eister.

Condolences may be sent and obituaries can be read at williamsmemorialchapel.com.

 

Douglas “Doug” Dennis Dall

Brewton

 

Douglas “Doug” Dennis Dall, 46, of Stanley Road, Brewton, passed away Sun., Feb. 28, 2016, in a Pensacola, Fla., hospice facility.

Visitation will be held today from 1 until 2 p.m. at Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home.

Funeral services will follow at 2 p.m. at Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home with the Rev. Pat Cardon officating.

Interment will follow in Zion Hill Cemetery in Brewton with Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing.

He was a native and life long resident of Brewton. He was of the Baptist faith, a 1988 graduate of T.R. Miller High School, and a former employed truck driver with Hornady Truck Lines. He was involved with Flomaton Little League baseball.

He is survived by his mother, Linda Smith Dall of Brewton; son, Alexander Clay Dall of Atmore;  stepdaughter, Lindsey Baggett of Atmore; sister, Angie (Woody) Kilcrease of Brewton; niece, Grace Kilcrease; nephew, Dylan Kilcrease; and an aunt, Gloria Emmons.

He was preceded in death by his father, Douglas Clayton Dall.

Condolences may be sent and obituaries can be read at williamsmemorialchapel.com.

 

Judy Maxine Cutts

Brewton

 

Judy Maxine Cutts, 66. of Brewton, passed away Tues., Feb. 23, 2016, in a Pensacola, Fla., hospital.

Funeral services were held Sat., Feb. 27, at 10 a.m. from the chapel of Craver’s Funeral Home with the the Rev. William Joyner officiating.

Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens.

She was born in Repton and had been a life time resident of this area. She worked as a receptionist in the office of Dr. J. Daniel Raulerson for a number of years.

She was a member of New Vision Church and was involved in Victory Through Faith Ministries.

She is survived by her mother, Evie Lou Nall of Camden; daughter, Misty Crutchfield (Adam Jared) of Pensacola; stepson, Charles Ezekial Cutts of Flomaton; two sisters, Brenda Kyser of Monroeville and Debra Nichols of Greenville; one grandchild, Nicholas Crutchfield; and four step-grandchildren.

Share your memories and condolences with the family at www.craversfh.com.

 

Elsie Daisy Morris Scott

Brewton

 

Elsie Daisy Morris Scott passed away Feb., 25, 2016, at the age of 91.

Services were held Mon., Feb. 29, at Craver’s Funeral Home in Brewton with visitation at 1 p.m., services at 2 p.m., and burial in Beulah Cemetery.

Born Jan. 10, 1925, in Port Arthur, Texas, she was the epitome of the greatest generation. She was born in the roaring ‘20s, grew up during the Great Depression and marryied PFC Thomas Monroe Scott in New Orleans, La., prior to his deployment to Europe in WWII.

After the war, the couple did their part for the Baby Boom, raising five children in various towns along the Gulf Coast, and settling for many years in Spanish Fort.

The couple eventually retired to the Loop neighborhood of Mobile.

Through it all, she remained the perfect example of a loving wife, mother and grandmother, always living out the greatest commandments; loving the Lord with all her heart, soul, mind, and strength; and loving her neighbor as herself.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Monroe Scott; her parents, Robert Charles Morris and Hazel Morris; daughter, Elsie Lois Scott; brother, Bobby Morris; and great-grandson, Nehemiah Rhodes.

She is survived by her son, Thomas (Diane) Scott; daughters, Alice (Terry) Franklin, Ellen Scott, Martha (James) Rhodes, and H.A. (Sean Kearns) Scott; grandchildren, Wayne (Kelli) Franklin, David Scott, Hyrum (Allie) Rhodes, Joshua (Cherold) Rhodes, Naomi Rhodes, David (Jenny) Pierce, Edward (Wendie) Najdowski, Emma Najdowski, and Anastasia Rhodes; great-grandchildren, Johanna Scott, Stephan Scott, Savannah Franklin, Ian Rhodes, Cooper Franklin, Troy Najdowski and Parker Rhodes; and her siblings, Ernest Morris and Lillian (George) Graham.