Services for Lois Faye DeJesus, 74, of North Little Rock, Ark., were at 2 p.m. April 18 in the chapel of Roller-Owens Funeral Home. Pastor Arthur Ward officiated.
Mrs. DeJesus died April 15 at Springhill Baptist Hospital.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Nancy and Joe Pou of Memphis; three sons and a daughter-in-law, William R. DeJesus and Mark A. DeJesus Jr., of North Little Rock and Richard D. and Brenda DeJesus of Jacksonville; a brother and sister-in-law, William “Buddy” and Pauline of Jacksonville, and five grandchildren, Stephanie and Jaclyn Loomis of Memphis, Blake DeJesus of Fairfield Bay, John Robert Lee of Benton and Bill Lee of Jacksonville.
Her parents, William and Eura West Tarkington, preceded her in death.
Graveside services for Karen S. Gable, 52, of Jacksonville were at 2 p.m. April 19 at Plum Spring Cemetery. Rev. Larry Moore officiated. Miller Funeral Home directed.
Mrs. Gable died April 13 at Baptist Montclair Hospital in Birmingham.
Survivors include her husband, Roger D. Gable of Jacksonville; a daughter, Tonuyah Martin of Birmingham; a son and daughter-in-law, Clarence “Chopper” and Barbara Martin of Piedmont; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Larry and Karen Herron of Wellington and Michael Herron of Lincoln; and four grandchildren, Johnathan Raines, Brandon McWilliams, Christina Reaves and Eric Reaves.
Her parents, Thomas W. And Lois C. Herron; two brothers, Donald “Donny” Herron and Kenneth Herron, and a grandson, Kevin Beal, preceded her in death.
Pallbearers were Norris Fortenberry, Chris Herron, Larry Herron Jr., Donny Herron, Joe Woodrow and Harry Hardy.
Services for Sheryl Denise Lee, 42, of Jacksonville were at 2:30 p.m. April 18 at K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center Chapel with Revs. Alton Parris and Wendell Ray officiating. Burial was in Memory Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Lee died Saturday at Riverview Medical Center in Gadsden.
Survivors include her husband, Randy G. Lee; her mother, Frances Ray of Jacksonville; two daughters, Heather Michele Pruitt and Brandy S. Lee of Jacksonville; a son, Travis “T.J.” Lee of Jacksonville; two step sisters, Mary Ellen Jones, Dalton, Ga., and Ladonna Hagan, Douglasville, Ga.; and several nieces and nephews.
Her father, James Thomas Ray, and a daughter, Reannon Lee, preceded her in death.
Graveside services for Bernice E. Morgan, 95, were at noon April 17 at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Rev. Dr. Bill Etheridge officiated. K. L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center directed.
Ms. Morgan died April 14 at her home after a brief illness.
Survivors include a sister, Ann Morgan Simmons of Anniston; nieces and nephews, Brenda Abel of Melbourne, Fla., Julia and Dewey Brock of Jacksonville, Linda and Mike Danesi of Newton, N.J., Bill and Vicki Morgan of Ormond Beach, Fla., and Judith Simmons and Tom Blakely of Atlanta, and many great- and great-great nieces and nephews. She is also survived by many college students at Jacksonville State University with whom she shared her home and her life over the years.
Ms. Morgan was preceded in death by her siblings, Edwin Morgan of Jacksonville, Pauline Caldwell of Ohatchee, Evelyn McLaney of Dothan, and Reuben Morgan of Birmingham.
Ms. Morgan graduated from Jacksonville High School in 1929 and received a teaching certificate from Jacksonville State Normal College a few years later. Due to the economic conditions of the time however, she never taught school. Instead, she worked at the Anniston Army Depot until 1947, at the Utica Mill until it closed in 1958, and at Town and Country Realty in Jacksonville until her retirement in 1978. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Jacksonville.
Memorial donations can be made to a charity of choice or to New Beacon Hospice, 818 Leighton Ave., Suite A, Anniston 36207.
Services for Ted Walker Patterson, 65, were at 2 p.m. April 18 in the chapel of Folsom Funeral Home in Piedmont with the Rev. Johnny Bonds and William Millestead officiating. Burial was in Nances Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Patterson died April 14 in Jacksonville.
Survivors include his wife, Pat Patterson; two daughters, Jeannie Reaves and Debora McCurry of Jacksonville; two sons, Darin Patterson and Chris Bivins of Jacksonville; a sister, Linda Angles of Jacksonville; a brother, Tommy Patterson of Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Ricky Knight, Brandon Hilton, Joe-Joe Cox, James Clay, Jeff McCurdy, David Patterson, Paul Reid and Paul Bonds.
Mr. Patterson was an Etowah County native and long time Calhoun County resident. He was a retired roofer and was preceded in death by a brother, Stanley Patterson; a sister, Faye Penland, and his parents, Cleve and Alma Patterson.
Memorial services for Nellie Faye Stringfellow, 76, were at 5 p.m. April 15 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Mrs. Stringfellow died at her home after an extended illness.
Survivors include four children, Milford Stringfellow, Vicky Weaver, Deborah Sage and Kennith Stringfellow; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; special friend, Delaine Szars and closest friend, Rachel Calhoun.
Mrs. Stringfellow was an area resident for 35 years. She co-owned and operated City Body Shop along with her late husband, Bay Stringfellow.