Gray Brown-Service Mortuary

1329 Wilmer Ave, Anniston, AL


Eather Leonard Headrick

April 23, 1943September 8, 2020

A celebration of life for Mr. Eather Leonard Headrick, 77, of Anniston, will be announced at a later date. Mr. Headrick passed away on September 8th, 2020, at his residence.

He is survived by his sisters, Faye Mcdill and Jewel Bolden; brother, Tommy Headrick; niece, Ann Williams; nephews, Johnny Carpenter and Steve Carpenter, including several other nieces and nephews.

Mr. Headrick is proceeded in death by his parents, Eather and Florence Headrick; sister, Shirley Clark.

Eather was a sweet soul who loved to fish, enjoyed building a good fire and being able to set by. He had a love for animals, children, and caring for them. Eather was a proud veteran who served in the United States Army and was a devoted member of New Canaan Baptist Church. He was also a life long resident of Calhoun County and spent part of his life living in the Wellington, AL area. To know him, was to love him and he was so loved by many. He will be missed dearly by those who knew him.


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Jamie H Tomlinson

September 18, 2020

Uncle Leonard is my dad's (Frank Willie Headrick), youngest brother. I remember him being very tall and kind to us. My brother, Sam and myself, Jamie were staying with Granny and Uncle Leonard for a while when we were kids. I believe around the year 1969. Uncle Leonard took my brother frog gigging. They came back and cooked it. And ate it. I asked Sam what did it taste like? Of course, he said chicken. I was 8 years old and Sam was 7.


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