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Obituary:

James Robert “Rob” Nethery of Sulligent, Alabama

Age: 75

Born: August 24, 1944, in Bloomingdale, Michigan to the late Vance Olen Nethery and Ruby Mae Humphries.

Died: Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at Baptist Memorial Golden Triangle Hospital in Columbus, Mississippi.

Visitation: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 23, 2020, at the Love Joy Freewill Baptist Church, Beaverton, Alabama.

Funeral Service: 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 23, 2020, at the Love Joy Freewill Baptist Church, Beaverton, Alabama.

Burial: Love Joy Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery in Beaverton, Alabama.

Officiating: Bro. Mitch Nethery

Pallbearers: Josh Otts, Coy Pickle, Chris Carruth, Ethan Downey, Garret Northington, Colton Guyton

Survived By:

Wife: Brenda Joyce Nethery, Sulligent, AL

Son: Rodney (Sarah) Nethery, Sulligent, AL

Daughter: Suzanne Ives (Luke Otts), Sulligent, AL

Katie (Ethan) Downey, Vernon, AL, Karen Stanford, Sulligent, AL

Brothers: Doug (Connie) Nethery, Sulligent, AL, Wayne Nethery, Michigan

Sisters: Dean (James) Otts, Hamilton, AL.

Grandchildren:

Michael Wright

Skyler (Dustie) Nethery

Rylee Nethery

Josh Allen

Keely Allen

Braylen Holloway

Great-Grandchildren:

Kadence O’mary

C.J. Nethery

Skylen Nethery

Preceded In Death By:

Parents: Vance Olen Nethery and Ruby Mae Humphries Nethery

Wife: Daisy Guyton Nethery

Daughter: Elisha Nethery

Brothers:

Dan Nethery

Frank Nethery

Donnie Nethery

Sister: Doris Williams

Bio: Rob was born on August 24, 1944 in Bloomingdale, Michigan to the late Vance Olen Nethery and Ruby Mae Humphries. He attended Sulligent Schools and the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall Okolona, MS. Rob was a hard worker for many years in the furniture industry as a sewing machine repairman. Rob enjoyed fishing. He was also an avid guitar player, who enjoyed spending time with his family playing music.*

Otts Funeral Home, Sulligent, AL., directing.

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Obituary:

Ethel Louise Sizemore Flurry of Bellevue, Idaho, formerly of Beaverton, Alabama.

Age: 86

Born: September 3, 1933 in Beaverton, Alabama to the late Leroy Roy Sizemore and Eula Pauline Stockman Sizemore.

Died: Sunday, April 5, 2020 at St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center in Ketchum, Idaho.

Private Family Funeral Service: 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 11, 2020 at the Otts Funeral Home in Sulligent, Alabama. The funeral service will be streamed live on the Otts Funeral Home Facebook Page.

Burial: Love Joy Cemetery, Beaverton, Lamar County, Alabama.

Officiating: Bro. James Gillentine.

Survived By:

Son: Roy Joseph Evans (Glenda), Columbus, MS

Daughters:

Esther Louise Scott, Hailey, ID.

Judy Kay (Michael) White, Bellevue, ID.

Kathy Smith, Amory, MS.

Sisters:

Imogean Woods, Greenwood Springs, MS.

Claudine Powers, Una, MS.

Sarah Jo Langley, Una, MS.

Grandchildren:

Mark Scott

Joshua Scott

Rachel Yocom,

Michael Wilson

Misty Oswalt, Jessica Nielsen,

Michal Grigsby

Leslie Forbis

Pamela Holcombe,

Christy Bennett

Brittany Evans

Great-Grandchildren: 24

Great-Great-Grandchildren: 10

Preceded In Death By:

Parents: Leroy Roy Sizemore and Eula Pauline Stockman Sizemore

Daughter: Delores Faye Wilson

Great-Grandchild: Reagan Wilson

Brothers:

Kenneth Alan Sizemore

Thomas Jerry Sizemore

Archie Kermit Sizemore

Sisters:

Jeffie Lee Williams

Wanda Mae Pederson

Bio: Ethel was born on September 3, 1933 in Beaverton, AL to the late Leroy Roy Sizemore and the late Eula Pauline Stockman Sizemore. She attended Sulligent Schools. Ethel was born in Beaverton, AL, but has lived in Hailey, Idaho for several years. She was previously employed at Gattman Sportswear, a garment factory in Georgia, and as a clerk in a family business in Milan, GA. Ethel also worked in the sewing department of a variety store and worked in housekeeping in private homes and local resorts in Idaho as well as serving as a Nanny. She enjoyed playing guitar, singing Gospel music, cooking, collecting cookbooks, reading, and taking road trips. Ethel also loved chocolate and Mexican food. Her favorite color was green. She loved all her family and church. Ethel was a member of Wood River Assembly of God, “The Rock Church”.*

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

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