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Tina was a loving mother to Shawn and Brian Pitts, loving sister to Myra Beazley and Lisa Floyd, and loving grandmother to Hunter, Makayla, and Colton Pitts and had numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Virginia and Charlie ... (Free Lance-Star)
Ms. Traylor passed away Tuesday, Feb. 7, in Wedowee. A Randolph County native, Ms. Traylor was born Oct. 5, 1953, the daughter of Floyd L. and Virginia Brown Holloway. She was a member of Welcome Home Baptist Church and worked in respiratory therapy at ... (The Randolph Leader)
He was also preceded in death by four brothers: Clarence Toney, Raymond Dalton Jr., Richard Dalton, and Floyd Thompson ... Garrett is survived by two siblings: Virginia Watts of Steubenville, OH; and Martin (Dorothy) Dalton of Wintersville, OH. (The Herald-Star)
She is survived by stepdaughter, Brandy Crawford and husband Stephen of Sanford; sisters, Candi Johnson, Mildred Wilson, Amanda Williams, Anne Marie Floyd, Cindi Broome and ... Beathe Williams (Willie) of Virginia, Maggie McBryde (Rusulle), Janice Hardy ... (Sanford Herald)
They married in 1976, and soon after retirement returned to West Virginia in 2003. The following year ... “Junior” McDonald Jr. and his wife, Bertha, of Romney, Floyd C. McDonald, of Chicago, Ill., Kenneth McDonald, of Falls Church, Va., (Hampshire Review)
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