Dorthy Ruenette (Yates) Hulsey

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Dorthy Ruenette (Yates) Hulsey, 76, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 28, 2016, at her home. A memorial service will be held at United Fellowship Baptist Church in Alexandria at 2 p.m. today, April 30, 2016. She was born to Rufus Huel Yates and Zenobia Zenovia Hicks, March 11, 1940 in Clay County and graduated from Lineville High School in 1958. She worked as the head textile dyer for over 40 years at both Adelaide Mills and Blue Mountain Industries. She was married to the late Durwood Creed, of Wedowee and Elbert Pierce "EP" Hulsey, of Websters Chapel. She is preceded in death by one daughter, Camille Creed Randle. She is survived by two sons, Craig Creed and wife, Paula and Matthew Hulsey; one daughter, Miranda Moore and her husband, Shane; two sisters, Joyce Jacobs (Dale) and Wanda Brumbelow (Mel); two brothers, Bobby Yates (Pat) and Terry Yates (Joy). She has one grandson, Eric Creed and eight granddaughters, Amber Creed Adkins, Emily Creed, Chelsea Randle, Courtney Randle, Savannah Hulsey, Abbigail Moore, Lacie Moore and Madelyn Moore. She also has four great-grandchildren. She was a member and taught Sunday School at United Fellowship Baptist Church until her health no longer allowed her to attend. She was a born again Christian who shared her faith with all those around her. Her life was a true reflection of the grace and love of Jesus Christ. Her faith touched everyone who knew her. Her life was a living testimony for all of her family to carry on. In her words...."God Bless You and Watch Over You, I Love You"
Published in The Anniston Star on Apr. 30, 2016