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Obituaries — Aug. 3 issue


Steven Dale Gass, age 48, of Higdon, Ala., passed away July 21, 2022.

He was devoted to the medical field, working at CHI Memorial in Ft. Oglethorpe as a paramedic. He was the first paramedic in Alabama to score perfectly on his Boards. Steven also enjoyed landscaping and flipping real estate.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Wendell Nelson and Dorothy Marie Gass.

Survivors include his daughter, Katey Gass; son, Brayden Gass; brother, Michael (Renee) Gass; nephews, Colten and Calum Gass.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Arrangements by Moore Funeral Home, Trenton.


Windell Gibson, 85, of Flat Rock/Bryant, Ala., passed away Sunday, March 13.

Mr. Gibson was a Korean Marine Veteran. He was stationed at Camp Lejeune, N.C., after boot camp and then transferred to Korea a little while later. He was the owner of Gibson Industrial in Rossville for about 40 years. Mr. Gibson was also a member of Floral Crest Seventh-Day Adventist Church at Bryant, Ala.

He was preceded in death by his parents, D.C. and Ollie Wooden Gibson; his second wife, Lou Wooden Gibson; grandchildren, Michael Anderson and Ashley Gibson; step-daughter, Debra Ann Reece Benson.

Survivors include his wife, Delphyne Ballard Gibson; his first wife and mother of his children, Mary Gibson; daughter, Carol Gibson (Scott) Howard; son, Ray (Caryn) Gibson, grandchildren, Sarah Sims, Mary Gibson(Bradley)Bozeman, Allison Gibson, Grace Gibson, and Caleb Gibson; great-granddaughter, Alisha Jane Bozeman; brothers, Bill Gibson, Paul (Joan) Gibson; step-son, Terry (April) Reece; step-grandchildren: Julia Reece and Jeremy (Leslie) Slay; step-great-grandson, Logan Johnson; nieces, nephews and cousins.

A Celebration of Life will be Saturday, Aug. 13 at Floral Crest Seventh Day Adventist Church. Livestream will be available at and click on youtube or facebook to view the service

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Arrangements by Corner Stone Funeral Home, Ider, Ala.



James Gary Miller, 71, of Menlo, passed away Monday, July 25, 2022. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. Gary loved coon hunting, raised chickens, trained and showed race horses, hunted ginseng and herbs, and most anything to do outdoors. He was of the Baptist faith.

He was preceded in death by his parents, J. W. Miller and Sadie Louise Grigsby; brothers Junior Miller and Randy Daniels.

Survivors include his loving of 42 years, Jackie Miller; daughters, Shannon Myers, Sheila Dixson, Jaclyn (Clay) Holmes; son, James “Little Gary” Miller; grandchildren Matthew Myers, Libby Hodges, Lanie Anderson, Austin Hicks, Molly Myers; 3 great-grandchildren.

Graveside services were Friday, July 29 at Walkers Chapel Cemetery in Ft. Payne, Ala., with Chaplain Bobby Fleck officiating.

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Arrangements by Moore Funeral Home, Trenton.



Martha Sue Nash, 78, of Bryant, Ala., passed away Thursday, July 28, 2022.

Martha was born Aug. 15, 1943, in Long Island, Ala., to the late Willie and Cecil Moore. She was the former owner of Nash Leather in Bryant. Martha was devoted to her family and always made sure their needs were met. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend who will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, James Nash and in-laws, Edna and Burla Nash.

Survivors include her son, Jeff (Mavulenia) Nash; daughter, Carla Maynard; sister, Barbara (Lebron) Farmer; grandsons, Kasey and Kyle Nash; sister in-laws, Mabel Weldon, Hilda Kinsey, Nelda (Raymond) Long, Mary Ann Nash; brother in-laws, Palmer (Virginia) Nash and Charles (Peggy) Nash; nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services were Sunday, July 21 at Moore Funeral Home in Bryant, Ala., with Brother Steve Townson officiating. Interment was at Oak Lawn Memorial Park in Bryant, Ala.

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Arrangements by Moore Funeral Home, Bryant, Ala.

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