Noland Nathaniel Lindsey
December 18, 2007
Noland Nathaniel Lindsey, 59, of Russellville, passed away Dec. 18 of natural causes.
Funeral services will be held Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. at Akins Funeral Home in Russellville with Bro. Steve Amos and Rev. Alan Beasley officiating.
Burial will follow in Crooked Oak Cemetery in Tuscumbia.
He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Judy Lindsey, of Russellville; son, Scott (Brenda) Lindsey, of Russellville; daughters, Cassie (Jamie) Medley, of Russellville, Tracy (Brent) Davis, of Lexington, Carrie (Anthony) Cross, of Russellville; father, Clarence Noland Lindsey, of Tuscumbia; sister, Sandra (Buddy) Newton, of Russellville; brother, James (Brenda) Lindsey, of Tuscumbia; grandchildren, Chris Leston, Sydney Medley, Nathan Medley, Joshua Lindsey and Tyler Cross; several aunts, uncles and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Myrtle Lindsey.
Pallbearers will include, Tyler Newton, Allen Newton, Aubrey Kimbrough, Fred Reaves, Gene Arthur and Paul Hulsey.
Honorary bearers will include, Jerry Hovater and Roy Medley.
He was a schoolteacher at Danville High School for 27 years. He taught special children to read and write.
He was a member of Littleville Baptist Church.
He had a passion for growing beautiful flowers. The family would like to send a special thank you to Hospice of the Shoals and Cynthia Roland.
Bobby Henry Taylor
December 19, 2007
Bobby Henry Taylor, 72, passed away Dec. 19 at ECM Hospital after an extended illness.
Bobby was born in Alcorn County, Miss. and grew up in Rienzi.
He was a graduate of Kossuth High School and he served in the National Guard.
He spent several years living in Memphis where he was employed by Sears and Central Soya Company.
He and his family moved to Russellville in 1963 where he was fist employed with International Harvester Company and then with Grissom Motor Company. Bobby opened his business, Bobby's Wrecker and Service Center in 1985 and he continued to enjoy working with the public until his retirement in 2003.
Bobby was active in his community and was a faithful member of Calvary Baptist Church.
He served on the board of Colonial Bank, was a member and chairman of the Russellville Zoning Board and served as member and chairman of the Electric Board.
At Calvary Baptist Church, he served as chair of the Building Committee, chair of the Finance Committee and church treasurer.
Funeral services will be held Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church with Dr. Wade Wallace and Bro. Joe Lenox officiating. Burial will follow in Franklin Memory Gardens. Visitation will be prior to the service from noon until 2 p.m.
Bobby was preceded in death by his parents, Clifton and Gladys Taylor.
Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Beverly Brown Taylor, of Russellville; daughters, Dianne Dodson (Harland), of Florence; Torey Mouser (Randy) of Bremen, Geo.; sister, Jane Eure (Gerald), of Northport; grandchildren, Nicholas and Trevor Dodson and Taylor and Patton Mouser.
Pallbearers include Don Suddith, Bill Jackson, Steve Defoor, Terry Pounders, Andy Richardson and Joe Mills.
Honorary bearers are the Electric Board members, Delano Lawrence, Jeff Murray, Buddy Newton and Eva Wilson.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Vision Fund of Calvary Baptist Church, PO Box 207, Russellville, AL 35654.
The family thanks the nursing staff at Keller and ECM Hospital for Bobby's excellent care. Very special thanks to Kristie Swinney and Dr. Larry Carmichael for years of compassionate care.