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FAYETTE | Thomas J.C. "Buddy" Bobo, age 72, of Fayette, died April 13, 2014, at DCH Regional Medical Center. Services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Big Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Trey Kelly and Rev. Ralph Smith officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with Skelton Funeral Home of Reform directing. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. The body will lie in state one hour prior to services at the church. He was preceded in death by his parents; and four sisters, Earline Parker (Homer), Vaudeen Freeman, Maveleen Crossland (Dewey), and Annie Lois Bobo. Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Rebazell Bobo; daughter, Shawn Bobo Shaw (Michael); son, James Daniel "Danny" Bobo; sisters, Ruby Walters (Raiford), Dorothy Beams (Dwight), and Verlee Guin (Mark); brother-in-law, Buford Freeman; grandchildren, Antonio Sanchez (Andrea), Jessica Sanchez (Justin Young), Holley Hall (Caleb), Ryan James (Tara), Samuel Boswell, Daniel Bobo (Brittany), Cheyenne Bobo, and Angel Barham; step-grandson, Christopher Shaw; great-grandchildren, Rachel Sanchez, Anastasia Sanchez, Marlie, Kenlee, and Abigail James, and Emma Hall; step-great-grandchildren, Elijah Shaw and Makayla Shaw; and a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Bobo was born February 23, 1942, in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama to the late Austin Bobo and Mattie Lou Dyer Bobo. He was a retired employee of Pickens County Road Department. Pallbearers will be Mike Shaw, Rodney Walters, Tim Parker, Johnny Dyer, Jerry Dyer, and Billy Latham. Honorary pallbearers are Linda and Lawrence Plowman, Bill and Janice Barrentine, and June Hannah. Read Obituary
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TUSCALOOSA | Today April 16, 2014, our hearts break as we mourn the loss of our beloved husband, daddy and PaPa. Services for Robert Lee (RL) Broughton, Jr. will be 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, 2014, at Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel with Bro. Tony Boyd and Bro. Cullen Williams officiating. Interment will follow in Tuscaloosa Memorial Park with Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing. Visitation will be one hour prior to services. He was preceded in death by his mother and step dad, Lucille and Clarence Walker; father, Robert and stepmother, Louise Broughton; sisters, Jeanette Buehring and Scarlett Montgomery; brothers, Ronnie, Ken, James, Troy, and Jerome Broughton; son, Philip Moore; and daughter-in-law, Susan Broughton. He is survived by his wife, Glenda Broughton; daughters, Debbie Owen (Bruce), Alesia Price; sons, Michael Broughton (Mia) and Eddy Broughton (Whitney); grandchildren, Brandi Liles (Will), Allen Langham (Rachel), Justin Bailey (Tiffany), Drew Bailey (Tabitha), Forrest Hutchins, Dillon Broughton, Anna Broughton, Scott Porter, and Tanner Broughton; great-grandchildren, Emma Bailey, Caleb Liles, and Kahlan Bailey; sisters, Marlyn Caroll (Wayne), Shelia Comer (Raymond) and Mildred Langford (L.G.); daughter-in-law, Mary Lynn Porter. RL was proud to have served in the Army National Guard 15 years, Deacon at Little Hurricane Baptist Church as well as Sunday School Superintendent. He loved working with the young children in VBS and the Penny March. He loved to hunt and fish, spend time with family and friends. He was an entered apprentice Mason Rising Virtue #4. RL worked for Tanner Brothers Produce 25 years before going in business for himself as B&B Produce and later in 1993 expanding to retail produce as B&D. His health forced him to retire in 2006. Pallbearers will be Donald Ashcraft, Curtis Freeman, Jim Darnell, King Hinton, Jimmy Bardon, and Johnny Johnson. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. John Dubay, Dr. John Miller, Donald and Delores Wallace, Ralph and Judy Sanders, Wayne and Cathy Wallace, Clayton and Shelia Hallman, Inez Kornegay, Gene and Betty Terry, Herbert and Vickie Hall, Steen and Lindsey Hall, Jimmy Morris, Marvin Fleming, Kenny and James Frye, James and Cathy Hoggle, a dear friend Ola, Little Hurricane Church family, Keith and Linda Porter, Bro. and Mrs. Stancil Clements. A special thanks to our daughter Lisa for all the days and nights of care that was given to "sweet baby." He loved the care and attention he received from us all. So--- our hearts break as we say goodbye to such a wonderful husband, daddy, and PaPa. With love always. Read Obituary
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TUSCALOOSA | Elmer Gene Carlin, age 87, of Tuscaloosa, died at Hospice of West Alabama. Graveside services were 2 p.m. Sunday, April 13, 2014, at Evergreen City Cemetery with Rabbi Steven Jacobs officiating and Heritage Chapel Funeral Home & Cremations, a Dignity Memorial Provider, directing. He was preceded in death by his parents, Sophie and Sam Carlin, his wife of 57 years, Ruth Weiss Carlin, his daughter Joan Carlin Schwartz Spaw, and his son-in-law Stefan Schwartz. Survivors include his daughter, Sandy Carlin Guin (Jim); son-in-law David Spaw; grandsons Nathan Guin and Noah Schwartz; and granddaughters Erin Reck and Sonia Spaw. Mr. Carlin was born on October 25, 1926 in New Brunswick, New Jersey and grew up in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York. He served as a corporal in the 11th Army Airborne in Okinawa near the end of World War II. He was a salesman for the Power Pipe Company in New Jersey and then a sales manager for Douglas Brothers, Inc., which produced industrial pipe and air pollution equipment. He and his wife moved to Tuscaloosa in 1996. He served on the Board of Directors of Temple Emanu-El and was active in the Temple's Men's Club. He enjoyed playing bridge at the Phelps Center. He had been an avid golfer and was a life-long New York Giants fan. Most importantly, however, he was a devoted husband and father. He was the best father that two daughters could ever have. He was a feminist before feminism was even a movement. He was loved by the entire Spring Street crowd in Passaic, N.J. The family offers special thanks to the loving and caring employees of Forest Manor, to the wonderful Sandy and Loy Singleton, Zach Snyder, to his Tuesday and Thursday Bridge groups, and to "The Boys," who meet for coffee at University Mall every morning. Thank you for loving him, entertaining him, and keeping him engaged. Read Obituary
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