Services for Milo Eugene Magaw, 75, were at 2:30 June 18 at K. L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center with Rev. Harold Well officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include a daughter, Diana Renee Magaw Perry of Montgomery; a son, David Jeffery Magaw of Alexandria; a sister, Norma Kathleen Chapman of Chicago; three brothers, Malcolm Magaw of New Orleans, Ivan Magaw of Oregon, Ill., and Jimmy Magaw of Seattle; five grandchildren; seven nieces and nine nephews.
Mr. Magaw was a member of Church God of Abrahamic Faith. He was a professor at Jacksonville State University where he taught in the History Department for many years with a specialty in Modern European History. Mr. Magaw earned an A.B. degree from Duke University, an M.A. degree from Tulane University and a Ph.D from Vanderbilt University.
Graveside services for infant Linzy Dee Register were at 11 a.m. June 17 at Littlejohn Cemetery. Rev. Kenneth Boles officiated. K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center directed.
The infant died June 14 at Regional Medical Center in Anniston.
Survivors include her parents Haylee Deann and Jesse Dee Register of Jacksonville; a sister; Ava Faye Register of Jacksonville; grandparents, Randy and Joanne Harcrow of Centre and Winn and Brad Register of Jacksonville; great-grandmothers, Ruth Grove and Faye Williams of Jacksonville and aunts and uncles, Lori and Bob Knightly; Tricia Harcrow and Health Harcrow.
Services for Carolyn Louise Harmon Winsor, 87, were at 2 p.m. June 15 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Bert Breland officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center directed.
Mrs. Winsor died June 11 at Piedmont Health Care.
Survivors include a daughter, Nancy Foster of Knoxville, Tenn; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Todd Winsor of Addison, Fred and Diane Winsor of Guildford, England, and Brad and Julie Winsor of Cedartown, Ga.; 12 grandchildren, Diane Fink, Donna Winsor, Andrew Winsor Christopher Winsor, Katherine Trotter, Blake Foster, Emily Foster, Ryan, Michael, Stephen, Mary and Rebekah Winsor; and three great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Milton G. Winsor.
Mrs. Winsor was a graduate of Jacksonville State University, where she was employed, with a master’s degree in library science. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Jane Self Sunday School Class, Progressive Study Club, JSU Retirees Club and Friends of Houston Cole Library. Mrs. Winsor served as a missionary in China in 1985-87 and also Taiwan.
Memorial donations may be made to the International Mission Board, P. O. Box 6767, Richmond, Va. 23230; Gideon’s International, P. O. Box 335, Jacksonville; or First Baptist Church of Jacksonville Building Fund, P. O. Box 400, Jacksonville 36265.
Services for Celeste Elizabeth Ruth Armstrong, 96, formerly of Mobile, were at 2 p.m. May 15 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Graveside services were in Magnolia Cemetery in Mobile at 3 p.m. May 16.
Mrs. Armstrong died May 12 at the Meadows Assisted Living Facility.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Richard and Diane Armstrong of Jacksonville; a sister, Kathleen McDonald of Mobile; three grandsons, Richard Armstrong, Ross and Susan Armstrong and David and Jessica Armstrong; and great-grandchildren, Laura, Ross, Harrison, Hayden, Harper and Haley Armstrong.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Oyer Armstrong, and her parents, Arthur and Sarah Rush.
Mrs. Armstrong had resided in Jacksonville for the past seven years. She was a member of the first graduating class of Murphy High School in 1927. She was a member of Jacksonville First United Methodist Church, the Bonnie Blue Flag Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Mobile Woman’s Club, the Fowl River Garden Club and the Springhill Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was formerly a member of Kingswood Methodist Church in Mobile.
Memorial donations may be made to the National Parkinson Foundation Inc., c/o Mary Ann Sprinkle, Director of Development, 1501 W. W., Ninth Ave., Bob Hope Road, Miami, Fla., 33136-1494.
Services for Charles Richard “Rick” Brown, 48, was at 10 a.m. May 13 in the chapel of K. L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center. Pastor Mitchell Muns officiated. Burial was in Jacksonville City Cemetery.
Mr. Brown died May 10 at his residence.
Survivors include his caregiver and former wife, Nancy Brown of Jacksonville; his parents, Charles R. and Claire Layton Brown of Jacksonville; a son, Richard Brown of Jacksonville; two aunts, Anna Dishman of Weaver and June Shannon of Kenova, W. Va.; two nieces and four nephews, Kim Rocchio, Jennifer Long, Douglas Cooper and David Long of Florida and Vance and Jerrod Brown of Saks.
Pallbearers were Kenny Dishman, Todd Dishman, Brandon Miller, Frank Taylor, Douglas Cooper and Doug Mitchell.
Mr. Brown worked at Werner in Anniston. He was of the Baptist faith and enjoyed camping, coin collecting and scuba diving.
Services for William Jerryl Davis, 60, were at 11 a.m. May 15 at First United Methodist Church, Hopkinsville, Ky. Rev. Dr. Howard H. Willen officiated. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery.
Mr. Davis died May 10 at Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Kentucky.
Survivors include his twin brother, Douglas Darryl Davis of Hopkinsville.
Mr. Davis was a native of Hopkinsville. He was born Sept. 15, 1945, the son of the late Harold Douglas Davis and Clina Mae (Henderson) Davis.
He taught music 30 years at Jacksonville State University. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Hopkinsville. He was also a member of Phi Mu Alpha, The International Double Reed Society and was organist at Grace Episcopal Church in Anniston.
Memorial donations may be made to First United Methodist Church Music Fund or the Davis Memorial Double Reed Scholarship Fund, JSU Music Department, 700 Pelham Road N., Jacksonville 36265.