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Obituary:

Guy Redden Stanford of Sulligent, Alabama.

Age: 83

Born: May 12, 1936 in Sulligent, Alabama to the late Lecil Stanford and the late Stella Hawkins Stanford.

Died: Sunday, April 12, 2020 at Generations of Vernon in Vernon, Alabama.

Private Family Funeral Service: 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at the Otts Funeral Home in Sulligent, Alabama. The funeral was streamed live on the Otts Funeral Home Facebook Site (Click Here to View)

Burial: Sulligent City Cemetery, Sulligent, Alabama.

Officiating: Bro. B.J. Mills.

Survived By:

Son: Keith Stanford, Sulligent, AL.

Daughter: Deanna (Dennis) Downey, Vernon, AL.

Grandchildren:

Parker Stanford (Jessica), Hamilton, MS.

Jesse Dyek (Chris), Greenville, S.C.

Ryan Price (Hanah Roberts), Beaverton, AL.

Emilee Price, Winfield, AL.

Great-Grandchildren:

Finley Price, Beaverton, AL.

Kinsley Stanford, Hamilton, MS.

Skylar Stanford, Hamilton, MS.

Liam Stanford, Hamilton, MS.

Sisters:

Frances Cantrell, Beaverton, AL.

Willie Gray (William) Nichols, Hamilton, AL.

Preceded In Death By:

Parents: Lecil Stanford and Stella Hawkins Stanford

Brothers:

Willis J. Stanford

Flavious Stanford

Brother In Law: Rayburn “Kitty” Cantrell

Bio: Guy was born on May 12, 1936 in Sulligent, AL to the late Lecil Stanford and the late Stella Hawkins. He was a member of First Freewill Baptist Church in Sulligent, AL. Guy worked at McCoy’s Manufacturing in Sulligent and Beaverton for 23 years. He spent his Saturdays watching Alabama football and Nascar on Sundays. Guy was an avid fan, there was not a game the Crimson Tide played that he missed. He enjoyed spending time outside and helping people in the community as much as he could. He spent summer days helping people tend to their lawns by doing yard work and mowing for them. Guy also enjoyed going to watch his grandson Ryan play sports and going to Jay’s Country Squire eating a fish plate with his granddaughter, Emilee. He had the biggest heart for everyone he met, but most importantly, his family. His love for his child, grandchildren, and great grandchildren was unconditional.*

Otts Funeral Home, Sulligent, AL., directing.*

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