|Nov 28, 2015,|
Newly elected senior class officers at Tech High School in November 1951
are (left to right) Front Row: Martha Sherman of 1320 Poplar, secretary;
Billie Jean Word of 2498 Hale, girls’ vice president; Pat Simmons of 216 Summit,
treasurer and Mary Virginia Leigh of 2035 Vinton, chaplain.
Back Row: Norman Brewer of 1834 Madison, sergeant at arms; Jimmie Ballard of 1163
Russwood Road, boys’ vice president and Leon Banakas of 28 North Claybrook, president.
|Nov 5, 2015,|
|Anne Sullivan, Bobby's wife has had a stoke,
and is asking for prayer during this time
|Oct 6, 2015,|
|This is Tom Neely's and
Billie Jean Word's
|Aug 23, 2015,|
Betty Jean Berryhill Summers Tabor, 80, passed away August 20, 2015.
She was born May 12, 1935 in Memphis, TN. She grew up in Hollywood and
graduated from Tech High School in 1952. She was preceded in death by
her parents, Helen Dickson and James O. Berryhill, Sr. and brothers, James
“Jim” O. Berryhill, Jr. and E. Gene Berryhill. She is survived by her
daughters, Beverly Ford (Mick) and Sherry Malone (Jackie); grandchildren,
Christi Gertner (George) of White Plains, NY, Shane Ford (Kristin) of
Germantown, TN, Lee Carver of Denton, TX, and Kristin Parrish (Derek) of
Lewisville, TX; and seven great-grandchildren. She also leaves nieces,
nephews, and many, many friends. She retired from Kellogg’s after 32 years
of exemplary service, then worked at Home Instead Senior Care for 13
years along with being a MaryKay Consultant to many women whom she loved
to make beautiful. Betty never met a stranger and had a zeal for life,
spreading love that came from her relationship with her Savior, Jesus Christ.
She served and attended the Abundant Grace Ministries where she taught the
Bible. She traveled the world and invites all to take one more trip and
join her in Heaven (John 3:16).
Visitation will begin at 11:30 a.m. until
funeral services at 1 p.m., Tuesday, August 25
at Memorial Park Funeral Home.
Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
|Aug 22, 2015,|
|Unofficial Times for Betty Tabor,,, not in newspaper yet
Memorial Park, Tuesday,, visitation at 11:30,, service at 1:00
|Aug 20, 2015,|
|Sad news to post
Betty Tabor passed away this evening.
as soon as arrangnments are conplete, i will post.
|Aug 19, 2015,|
We need to add a couple of our classmates to our prayer list
Betty Tabor is having problems with her medicine.
Hospice has been called in.
Bill Goodwin is waiting for test results
and should know something later on,,,
|July 25, 2015,|
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RANDY STANFILL, 67, of Memphis, TN, retired elevator mechanic, |
passed away on July 19, 2015. He is survived by two sisters Betty
Jones, Ann Claussen, two brothers Sonny and Barry Stanfill, son
Richard Stanfill and wife Amanda, daughter Karen Randall and
husband Jay, and six grand-children, Zach, Alex, Kaylee, Ryan,
Reagan, and Austin. Visitation will be at Central Church in Collierville,
TN on Monday July 27 from 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. with a memorial service
The family is asking for donations to the ALS Association in lieu of flowers.
Published in The Commercial Appeal on July 25, 2015
|June 3, 2015,|
|May 21, 2015,|
|We won last years tournament.
This year we came in second. Most of the players were under 45.
All on our team were over 70.
I was the oldest at 81. (Jay Kenndy)
that,s me 1st on back row left. Jay
|April 18, 2015,|
|We have just learn that Sam Gentry's daugther Denise
has Glioblastoma cancer. We ask you to please keep
Denise in your prayers at this time.
|Feb 9, 2015,|
|Beverly Agnew Haskins had back surgary on Tuesday.
Candy spoke with her Daugther-in-law on saturday
and she is now at home and was resting well.
Please Keep her on your prayer list.
|Feb 1, 2015,|
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Howard D. Taylor, 81, of Germantown, passed away on Friday,
January 30, 2015. He was preceded in death by his first wife and
his parents. Mr. Taylor is survived by his loving wife of 14 years,
Barbara Taylor, step-daughters, Barbara Everett (Don) and Carla
Martin, two granddaughters, Nicole Duffy and Lindy Trembath, a
grandson, Ty Martin, a great-granddaughter and two great-grandsons.
Mr. Taylor proudly served in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as Staff
Sargent after 23 years. He loved his country. He was also a very
successful business man in the Insurance industry.
The family will receive friends and relatives on Tuesday, February 3
from 12-2 p.m. with the funeral starting at 2 p.m. at Memphis Funeral
Home and Memorial Gardens, 3700 N. Germantown Rd.
Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.memphisfuneralhome.net
Memphis Funeral Home And Memorial Gardens 3700 N. Germantown Rd. 901-725-0100
Published in The Commercial Appeal from Feb. 1 to Feb. 5, 2015
|Jan 29, 2015,|
|I just recieved word that Howard passed away this morning
Arrangments are being mad, and I will furnish info as it becomes availiable
|Howard Taylor has been diagnosed with prostate Cancer
and the outcome is not good. Hospise will be called in.
Your prayer are needed at this time
|Jan 21, 2015,|
Burnard “Vernon” Lee Dial, 88, passed away on Wednesday,
January 21, 2015 at Baptist Memorial Hospital, DeSoto. Mr.
Dial graduated from Memphis Catholic High School. He was
an U.S. Army Veteran where he served in WWII and Korean War.
He remained in the TN National Guard and later transferring
to the Army Engineer Battalion. He retired after 41 years
from Bell South Telephone Co. Vernon was a Mid-South Golden
Glove Boxing Champion. He operated the Memphis Boys Club at
the fairgrounds for many years and also taught boxing.
Vernon received numerous awards and plaques for his effort in
teaching boys to box and good sportsman ship. He was in charge
for a long time of Memphis Golden Gloves and was a member
of the Memphis Park Commission Hall Of Fame. Vernon is survived
by his wife, Mary Dial and son, Clay (Donna); grandchildren:
Austin Mann (Kelly), Blake Dial (Amanda) Amber Clements,
Shayne Clements and great-granddaughter, Victoria Mann;
brothers, Franklin Dial (Janice) of Richmond, VA and Buddie
Dial of Bartlett, TN; one sister, Bernice Eley (David)
Service will be 11 a.m. Saturday, January 24 at Forest Hill South
with visitation starting at 9 a.m.
Burial will be in Edmondson Cemetery in Southaven, MS.
Forest Hill Funeral Home, South 901-346-3250
|Jan 18, 2015,|
Candy has just learn of the death of one of our classmate,,
Beverly Smith. It is sad, not only for her death, but the
fact that it happen almost 2 years ago. I realize that we
are probably not the people that any one thinks of at a sad
time such as this. This was descovered, because Candy randomly
call people at various time.
We are sorry, for the family's lost of a loved one.
|Jan 6, 2015,|
THELMA MAE SIMMONS, 100, passed away January 3, 2015. She was
preceded in death by her husband, Howard M. Simmons and
daughter, Cynthia Stovall. She is survived by her daughter,
Patricia Ann Simmons and grandson, John C. Stovall, Jr.
Mrs. Simmons retired, after 34 years, from Three Sisters,
where she was the second floor manager and was a member of
Christ Church. She enjoyed traveling and many senior citizens
activities, especially the dances at the Lewis Center.
The family will receive friends from 1:30 p.m. until the service
begins at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, January 8 at Memorial Park Funeral Home.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall",
901-767-8930. Condolences may be offered atwww.MemorialParkOnline.com