Vivian P. Douthit

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Funeral service for Vivian P. Douthit, 72, will be on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at 1 p.m. at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Anniston. Interment will follow in Anniston Memorial Gardens. A wake will be on Monday evening 6 - 8 p.m. in the Russell H. Williams Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Douthit passed away on April 17, 2015. Mrs. Douthit's remains will arrive at the church one hour prior to her service. She was a member at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, sang in Mass Choir, was a Sunday school teacher and assisted Vacation Bible School. She retired from Anniston City School System as a Child Nutrition Manager after over 24 years of service. She was also a member of Cheerful Givers and Ideal Friends #162. Survivors include her children, Roosevelt (Sheila) Douthit, of Decatur, Ga., Brenda Taylor, of Wellington, Audra (Marcus) Jenkins, of Ellenwood, Ga. and Jennifer Douthit, of Montgomery; grandchildren, Chavon Douthit, Dairic Douthit, Camil Douthit, Sherrei Taylor, Shameka Taylor, Marcus Devante Jenkins, Demetro Stephens Jr. and Maegan Jenkins; great- grandchildren, Aniyah Taylor, Damoni Taylor, Khyrei Swann and Alani Lee; siblings, Willie L. Wilson and Gerald Keith, both of Buffalo, N.Y., Sarah (Clayton) Cunningham, of Cleveland, Ohio, Agnes Maxine (Eddie) Johnson and Jacqueline Brown, both of Anniston and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jay and Mattie Parker and her husband, Franklin Douthit. Anniston Funeral Services "Where service begins and never ends." 256-236-0319
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Published in The Anniston Star on Apr. 19, 2015