R.C. Stricklin (12-27-09) services 12-29-09

 

R.C. Stricklin

R.C. Stricklin, 76, of Savannah, died Sunday, Dec. 27.

He was born in Hardin County, the son of the late Kin and Pearl Wilkerson Stricklin.

Mr. Stricklin had lived in the Burnt Church area of Hardin County and had worked at Neill’s Grocery.

Services were held on Tuesday, Dec. 29, at Turkey Creek Community Church in Savannah with Wayne King, Willie Paul Kilburn officiating. Burial was in the Wilkerson Cemetery at Hardin County.

He is survived by a niece, and four nephews, all of Savannah.

He was also preceded in death by two infant sisters; three brothers, J.W. Stricklin, Fairley Stricklin, and an infant brother.

Billy Joe Qualls (12-18-09) services 12-21

 

Billy Joe Qualls

Billy Joe Qualls, 72, of Savannah, died Friday, Dec. 18.

He was born in Hardin County, the son of the late Jesse Carroll and Ethel Kenneth Hunt Qualls.

Mr. Qualls had worked for Gross and James Handle Mill and Paris Gun Factory. He was a member of the House of Prayer.

Services were held on Monday, Dec. 21, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Tony Grisham officiating. Burial was in the Neill Cemetery at Savannah.

He is survived by two sons, Joe Carroll Qualls of Savannah and Billy Wayne Qualls of Counce; two brothers, Charles and Donnie Lee Qualls, both of Savannah; five sisters, Joyce Waddell of Michie, Linda Delle, Frieda Rippy, Martha Armstrong, Tammy Justice, all of Savannah; four grandchildren; two step-grandchildren.

He was also preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Larry Qualls.

Joe Phillips (12-18-09) services 12-21-09

 

Joe Phillips

Joe Frank Phillips, 82, Adamsville, died Friday, Dec. 18.

He was born in Crump, the son of the late Hershel Perkins and Hassie Shelton Phillips. He was united in marriage to Donella Stanford, who survives.

Mr. Phillips had worked at Garan Manufacturing for 36 years, he was a shipping supervisor. He was a member of the Crump United Methodist Church.

Services were held on Monday, Dec. 21, at Shackelford Chapel in Adamsville with Josh Stults, Don Harold Lawrence officiating. Burial was in the Crump Cemetery at Crump.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by four daughters, Lisa Roland Phillips and Angie Chenault, both of Adamsville, Kristie Foust of Selmer, Amy Morton of Savannah; six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.

He was also preceded in death by a son, Randy Joe Phillips; a brother, John Neal Phillips; four sisters, Atalee Snodgrass, Geraldine Lester, Bobbie Hutchinson and Marie Hewitt; and a grandson.

Jerry Paulk (12-25-09) services 12-28-09

 

Jerry Paulk

Jerry Ralph Paulk, 65, of Savannah, died Friday, Dec. 25, in Savannah.

He was born in Hardin County, the son of the late Clyde W. and Zella M. Austin Paulk.

Mr. Paulk was a United States Navy Veteran. He was a retired electrician for Smurfett Stone Paper Company.

A graveside service was held on Monday, Dec. 28, at the Memory Gardens in Savannah.

He is survived by two sisters, Wanda Morris of Henderson, Tenn. and Nancy G. Paulk Doran of Savannah; two brothers, Dwight W. Paulk of Savannah and Joda Max Paulk of Florence, Ala.

Dorothy King (12-19-09) services 12-22-09

 

Dorothy King

Dorothy Pendley King, 82, of Pickwick Southside area, died Saturday, Dec. 19, in Jackson, Tenn.

She was born in Hardin County, the daughter of the late James Forrest and Fleetie Browder Pendley. She was united in marriage to Billy Frank King, who preceded her in death.

Mrs. King was a homemaker and was a member of Oak Hill Christian Church.

Private memorial services were held on Tuesday, Dec. 22, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah.

She is survived by two sons, Nickey L. King of Bay Minette, Ala. and Mike F. King of Savannah; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; and one sister.

She was also preceded in death by two sisters and two brothers.

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