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Jimmie Earl Croley

By Staff
Oct. 26, 2003
Mr. Jimmie Earl Croley, 57, of Century died Sunday at his home. He was born in Century and was a resident of the Century community all his life. He was retired from Alabama River Pulp as an instrument technician. He was preceded in death by his son, Jimmie Blake Croley; and his parents, Jack and Ida Garrett Croley.
He is survived by his wife, Rita Croley of Century; one daughter, Melita White, and husband, Lavon, and their two children Zac and Kegan White, all of Flomaton; two sisters, Katherine C. Simmons of Century; Bobbi C Daniel and husband John of Mobile; one brother, Jack Croley of Atmore; a very special niece, Barbara Ann Campbell of Century; and in-laws, Melvin and Lula Johnson of Jay.
Visitation will be held from noon until service time today. Services will be held at 2 p.m today at the Flomaton Funeral Chapel with Rev. Janet Lee officiating; burial will follow at the Flomaton Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ricky Croley, Wayne Henderson, Billy Byrd, Freddie Crow, Jason Daniel, Shane Campbell and Coy Campbell, Jr.
Jewell G. Wilson Jones
Oct. 26, 2003
Mrs. Jewell G. Wilson Jones, 85, of Uriah died Sunday in Foley. She was a retired sales clerk with Gulsby Grocery Store, born in Escambia County to the late William Henry and Mary Bryan Wilson. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Uriah.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Jones. She is survived by one son, Ralph Jones of Tampa, Fla.; one daughter, Margaret Nichols of Uriah; four grandchildren, Jeff Nichols, Johnny Nichols, Duane Jones and Shari Moore; six great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Services were held Tuesday from the First Baptist Church in Uriah with Rev. Don Barns and Rev. Bruce Chapman officiating. Burlal followed in McCullough Cemetery.
Johnson-Quimby Funeral Home in charge of all arrangements.
Chastity McCann Hutchcraft
Oct. 24, 2003
Mrs. Chastity McCann Hutchcraft, 27, died Friday as a result of an automobile accident. She was born in Speechiola, Brindisi, Italy, and lived in Byrneville prior to moving to Brewton in 1993. She shared her talents and outgoing personality as a substitute teacher with Escambia County public schools, and served as secretary for Tri-County Little League. She also served on the board of the Flomaton Little League. She was secretary of the McCall Volunteer Fire Department, and was named Volunteer of the Year 2002. She was a member of St. Maurice Catholic Church. Her son, Jonathan Lane Hutchcraft, preceded her in death.
She is survived by her husband, Joey Hutchcraft of McCall; a son, Tyler Hutchcraft of McCall; her parents, William "Billy" and Cynthia "Susie" McCann Jr. of Byrneville; a brother, Billy McCann III of Byrneville; paternal grandparents, Bill and Ethel McCann Sr. of Byrneville; her in-laws, Gene and Betty Hutchcraft.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at St. Maurice Catholic Church in Brewton, with Father Adrian Cook and Rev. Marcus D. Caraway officiating. Burial followed in Beulah Cemetery. Pallbearers were Heath Gibson, Chad Pruitt, Steve Stanton, Robert Crenshaw, Hugh White and Ronnie Thompson.
Craver's Funeral Home in charge of all arrangements.
Jonathan Lane Hutchcraft
Oct. 24, 2003
Jonathan Lane Hutchcraft, 5, of the McCall Community died Friday as a result of an automobile accident. Lane was born in Pensacola on Oct. 1, 1998 and was a resident of the McCall Community. He attended First Baptist Church of Flomaton preschool. He was preceded in death by his mother, Chastity McCann Hutchcraft.
He is survived by his father, Joey Hutchcraft of the McCall Community; a brother, Tyler Hutchcraft of McCall; paternal grandparents, Gene and Betty Hutchcraft of McCall; maternal grandparents, Billy and Susie McCann of Byrneville; great-grandparents, Lisa Mae Hutchcraft of McCall, and Bill and Ethel McCann of Byrneville.
Services were held Tuesday at St. Maurice Catholic Church in Brewton with Father Adrian Cook and Rev. Marcus D. Caraway officiating. Burial followed in Beulah Cemetery. Pallbearers were Heath Gibson, Chad Pruitt, Steve Stanton, Robert Crenshaw, Hugh White, and Ronnie Thompson.
Craver's Funeral Home in charge of all arrangements.
Lindsey Edward Philyaw
Oct. 23, 2003
Mr. Lindsey Edward Philyaw, 65, of Atmore, died Thursday at Santa Rosa Medical Center in Milton. He was a native of Conecuh County and had been a resident of the Atmore area most of his life. During his working years he worked as a farmer; he was of the Holiness faith.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Debra Jean Ward. He is survived by his wife, Muriel Wilson Philyaw of Atmore; two daughters, Shirley Weaver of Atmore and Cathy "Bennie" Wilson of Milton; a stepson, William Lee Rigby III of Germany; a stepdaughter, Jennifer Frazier of Atmore; a sister, Paulene "Leroy" Cooper of Flomaton; four grandchildren and four step-grandchildren.
Services were held Monday at the Flomaton Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Johnny "Bubba" Abrams and the Rev. Dale Bennett officiating. Burial followed at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Sandcut with the Flomaton Funeral Home directing. Pallbearers were Richard Booth, Dudley Wilson, Dudley Flowers, Pete Harrelson, Mack Harrelson, and Buck Wilson. Honorary pallbearers were Scott Morrow and Curtis Rackard.