Floyd Daniel Amos

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Funeral service for Mr. Floyd Daniel Amos, 70, will be 3 p.m. Thursday, September 11, 2014, at the chapel of Gray Brown-Service Mortuary with the Rev. Burgess Austin officiating. Burial will follow at Rabbittown Baptist Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 - 8 p.m. tonight at the funeral home. Mr. Amos went home to meet his Savior Sunday at Trinity Medical Center in Birmingham. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Mary Ann Amos, of Rabbittown; daughters, Brenda Burgess (Anthony), of Choccolocco and Margo Finch (Ronald), of Rabbittown; sons, Troy Amos, of Oxford, Dwayne Amos (Jenni), of Centre and Bobby Neil Amos (Shan), of Foley; sister, Mary Haynes (LJ); brothers, Charles Amos (Stacy), Kenneth Amos, Gerald Amos and Tommy Amos; grandchildren, Kyle Burgess, Tyler Finch (Lindsey), Kaleb Burgess (Mallory), Heather Finch (Victor), Kolby Burgess, Maggie Amos and Jack Amos; great-grandchildren, Cayden Finch and Kamrynn Burgess . Mr. Amos is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Nathlee Amos and brothers and sisters, John L. Amos, Duie Lee Amos, Cathryn Waits, Edward Amos, Odell Amos, Geneva Smith and Jeanette Johns. Pallbearers will be Bobby Neil Amos, Kyle Burgess, Tyler Finch, Kaleb Burgess, Victor Zamora, Kolby Burgess, and Jack Amos. Mr. Amos was born in Etowah County in 1944 and was the 11th of 13 children. In 1964 he married his "baby" Mary Ann; the two went on to have 4 children together. An avid sports fan his entire life, Mr. Amos was a huge fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide and the White Plains Wildcats. He played many sports throughout his life, including baseball and basketball at Livingston Jr. High and Cherokee County High School. Other hobbies also included his beloved beagles which he used to hunt rabbits and his coon hounds to hunt coons all over Northeast Alabama. Mr. Amos was involved in his community and always helped his neighbors in need. For almost 30 years he provided for his family by working as a welder at the Anniston Army Depot until he retired in 1995. Mr. Amos was a beloved husband, father, Paw Paw Bear, and friend who will be deeply loved and missed. Flowers will be accepted or donations may be made to the White Plains High School Athletic Association, 250 White Plains Road, Anniston, AL 36207. Online condolences made at ww.graybrownservice.com
Published in The Anniston Star on Sept. 10, 2014
Arrangements under the direction of:
Gray Brown-Service Mortuary
1329 Wilmer Ave | Anniston, AL 362014651 | (256) 236-3441
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