Miss Mildred, Sylvia, Jimbo, and Frankie and family, I grew up with you all on Winona Ave. My adopted mom and dad was Gene and Nola Hudson. I'm Margaret, used to love to come up and hang out with Jimbo and Frankie, and wait for Nola to make that scrumptous Spagetti of hers! Do you'all remember that? I can't believe you lost Mr. Emmett. The Singing Cornuts were a huge part of my life. All of you were. I loved you all then, and I love you now. I was just making that spagetti last night for my family, and thinking about the special times we all had together waiting for the Orange Bowl parade to began and the spagetti to be ready to eat. My thoughts and prayers for peace in your hearts is flowing your way, please know I love you all so much!! I live in Indiana, or I would come to the memorial. I will be there in spirit. I love you all. Margaret (Maggie) Anne (Hudson) Sanford
Miss Mildred, Sylvia, Jim and Frank,
Our families have been friends for as long as I can remember. I haven't seen or spent time with you all in quite a while, but please know that thoughts and my memories of you make me smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. He was a special man.
Beverly Whisenant Thomason
Sorry to be losing my Alabama City friend.
Mildred Watts Garmany
Greer, South Carolina
May God's loving presence begin the healing in your heart, and may His love surround your family with the peace that only he can give. God gave us a blessing in knowing Mr. Cornutt and many great memories that will be in our hearts forever.
Scott; Pam; Miranda;Kristlyn;Riley
I am so sorry to learn of the death of this great man. I have fond memories of growing up singing in the church choir with the Cornutt family. My prayers are with you all during this time of grief and great loss. Condolences to Mildred, Tempie, Lucille, Linda and the entire family. Judy Barnes Smith