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Lucile Peters Tindell

Dothan, Alabama

Jun 3, 1912 – Mar 13, 2013

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I always loved going to see Granny Lucy, always joyful, filling the home with her cooking(that she rarely ate herself), and singing. when we would pull up in the driveway, you would have thought she won the lotto! She made the BEST blackberry cobbler, banana pudding and cornbread ! I hope you are happy in heaven with Papa Tindell. I love you, Jeff

Aunt Lucy was very, very special to me. Her and Uncle Buck always came over to the house when I was growing up. Uncle Buck always caught fish and showed me my first rattlesnake rattler. I loved being around both of them, but Aunt Lucy was just a hoot. One amazing lady. Wow, 100 years old. What a legacy! 3 great 1st cousins, several 2nd cousins and lots of 3r, 4th, etc. cousins. Aunt Lucy always had a smile on herface and could always put a smile on yours. She was a GREAT aunt and will...

I have many many memories of Aunt Lucy when I was a child. I smile when I think of her dancing at the reunions to Don's band at the recreation center and the many visits to my Granny's house (Betty Smith). She was a special lady who always made you laugh. I remember how she would smile so big when she saw me and give me the biggest hug. She had such a grand smile! This world was a better place having her in it and she leaves behind a legacy in her family that we will never forget. I love you...


Lucile's Obituaries

Lucile "Lucy" Peters Tindell, a resident of Wicksburg, was called home to her heavenly Father Wednesday, March 13, 2013, having been on loan to us for over one hundred years.Funeral services will be held 10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 16, 2013 at Byrd Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. George...

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