Benjamin David Street

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Funeral service for Benjamin David Street, 65, (formerly of Ashland) will be on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, at 11 a.m. at the Freewill Worship Center in Goodwater where Apostle Billy W. Simmons is pastor officiating and Chief Apostle W.T. Traylor is eulogist. Repast will be immediately after the service. Interment will follow in Old Field Cemetery in Ashland. Mr. Street's remains will arrive at the church two hours prior to his service. Mr. Street passed away on December 30, 2014 at Regional Medical Center. Mr. Street was a Ordained Deacon of New Covenant Ministries of the World, Inc., a Ordained Minister of Freewill Worship Center, Truck driver for Cargill's and Sunny Fresh, Repairman for Bill Saxon Automotive, a male attendant of Clay County Hospital. He served as Policy Council Chairperson and Board of Directors of Community Action Agency for years. Survivors include his wife, Prophetess Bobbie J. Street; his children, Benjamin L. Street, Johnny D. Street, Nakia R. Street; siblings, Roger Street, Sylvia Craig, Lillie Ruth Brown and Vanessa Street; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; godchildren, Lisa A. Simmons and Anthony Billingsley and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ben Street and Lula Kate Sims Street; siblings, James Street and Lillie Mae Street. Anniston Funeral Services "Where service begins and never ends." 256-236-0319
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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 4, 2015