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Ms. Lorena Brumley Emerson Avery, age 98, of Hodges, Alabama, passed away Thursday, April 5th, 2012 at the Marion Regional Medical Center in Hamilton, Alabama.

Visitation, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 7th, 2012, at Mt. Olive Church.  Funeral service, 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 7th, 2012, at Mt. Olive Church.  James Nichols and Mark Emerson officiating.  Burial in Mt. Olive Church Cemetery.

Ms. Avery was born June 4th, 1913, in Marion County, Alabama, to Prentice (P.J.) and Mattie Orr Brumley.

She is survived by 1 daughter, Sue (Kenneth) Palmer; 1 son, Paul (Nell) Emerson; 1 brother, Dolan Brumley; 1 sister, Atha Stovall; 7 grandchildren, Teresa (Warren) Kelsoe, Kevin (Carol) Palmer, Brock (Donna) Palmer, Felecia (Jerry) James, Melissa Palmer, Paula Perry, and Rodney Carter; 7 great-grandchildren, Nicholas & Elizabeth Palmer, Jeb Howell, Brittany, Denise, Cheslie, & Ashley Carter; and 1 great-great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Prentice (P.J.) and Mattie Orr Brumley; 1 daughter, Linda Carter; 2 sisters, Hazel Cantrell, and Ollie Davis; and 2 brothers, Ralph & Chester, Avery.

Hamilton Funeral Home directing, 161 Falcon Circle., P.O. Box 274, Hamilton, AL. 205-921-3197 – Fax: 205-921-3790.  Hackleburg Funeral Home – P.O. Box 169, Hackleburg, AL. 35564 – 205-935-3854 – Fax: 205-921-3790.

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(Author’s Personal Note:  Ms. Avery had a brilliant mind and loved speaking to people about Marion County and the surrounding people and their history.  I had the privilege of speaking with Ms. Avery at a Hackleburg Civitan’s meeting in Hackleburg, Alabama a couple of years ago.  Her son, Paul Emerson, had ask me to speak about our 49 County News.Net but after my conversation with his mom, Ms. Avery, I felt that I was ‘way’ out of my league!  She was so articulate and interesting concerning the history of our area.  A ‘treasure’ has been lost and she will be greatly missed.  Judy Webb Mays)

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