JERRY REED BEASLEY, SR. Jerry Reed Beasley, Sr., a resident of Notasulga, AL, born in Macon County on July 12, 1943, passed away Sunday, July 4, 2010, at the age of 66. Funeral services will be Thursday, July 8, 2010, at Williams Chapel United Methodist Church at 2:00 PM. Rev. David Waldrop will officiate and burial will follow in Little Texas Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, July 7, 2010, at Corbitt's Funeral Home in Tuskegee from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Mr. Beasley was the owner of Walking Tall Horse Ranch and employed with Associated Mechanical Contractors of Montgomery, AL. He was preceded in death by his parents Volmer Reed Beasley and Lizzie Mae (Griggs) Beasley and his daughter Jacqueline Ann Beasley. He is survived by his wife Rose S. Beasley; his sons Jerry Reed (Sherry) Beasley, Jr., Sandy Dale (Pamela) Beasley and Rick Hamilton; his daughters Tammie Kaye Beasley and Kathy Marie Cunius; his brother Tommy (Bonnie) Beasley; his sisters Barbara (John) Persons, Sharon (Marty) Simmons and Christine Satterwhite; his grandchildren Sandy Dale "Scooter" Beasley, Jr., CaSandra Deanna (Jonathon) Liles, Brandon Justin Brunner, Kelsey Nicole Crutchfield, Josh Beasley, Brandon Beasley, Brent Ryan Beasley, Heath Trever Beasley, Chance Reed Beasley, Brady Cordell Beasley, Ashley Rose Cunius, Jared John Cunius and Cole Richard Hamilton; his great-grandson Joseph Conner Carroll; nine nieces and nephews; 26 great nieces and nephews; and close family Aunt Willie Clyde Griggs, Gene (Alice) Griggs, Monroe (Johnette) Griggs, Preston (Linda) Griggs and a multitude of special friends.

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Elaine & Gerald Griggs
July 7, 2010