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Eunice (Roberts) Bittle

November 14, 1919July 27, 2020

Funeral service for Eunice Roberts Bittle, 100 (November 14, 1919 - July 27, 2020) from Anniston will be 2:00 pm, Sunday, August 2, 2020, at Gray Brown-Service Mortuary with Rev. Roland Brown officiating. Burial will follow at Edgemont Cemetery. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Mrs. Bittle passed away peacefully on Monday morning in Oxford, Alabama.

Survivors include, son, CP Williams and wife Thelma of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Alvin Lester Bittle, Jr., of Hawkinsville, Georgia; and Denise Bittle and Jack Stokley of Mobile, Alabama; sister, Virginia Smith and husband William Henry Cooper of Oxford, Alabama; grandchildren, Jerry Williams and Sue-Ann Clarke of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Donna and husband Gerald Stapleton of Upper LaHave, Nova Scotia; Penny and husband Bill Lacey of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Jennifer Bittle Baker of Anniston, Alabama; Adric Bittle and Alesia McCoy of Gainesville, Georgia; Alicia Bittle Hardman and husband Tyler of Atlanta, Georgia; Amber Bittle and Arthur Horton of Americus, Georgia; Alex Bittle and Cynthia Rueda-Fierros of Americus, Georgia; great-grandchildren, Tyler Williams of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Emily Williams of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Leigan Stapleton of Upper LaHave, Nova Scotia; Hailey Stapleton and Jason McKenna of Halifax, Nova Scotia; Shamus Stapleton of Upper LaHave, Nova Scotia; Holly Lacey of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Michael Lacey and Haley Boucher of Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia; Brody Baker of Anniston, Alabama; Aria Bittle of Gainesville, Georgia; Aurora Ann Bittle of Gainesville, Georgia; great-great grandchildren, Charlotte Lacey, Mount Uniacke of Nova Scotia; Willow Lacey-Sack of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia.

Mrs. Bittle is preceded in death by her husband, Alvin Lester Bittle, Sr; parents, Legon Roberts and Leona Ray Roberts.

Pallbearers will be family and friends.

Mrs. Bittle was a lifelong resident of Calhoun County, and a member of Woodland Park Baptist Church. Our sincere thanks to the staff at Diversicare of Oxford and Encompass Health Services for your dedication and love for the last several years.


  • CP Williams (Thelma), Son
  • Lester Alvin Bittle Jr., Son
  • Denice Bittle (Jack Stokley), Daughter
  • Jerry Williams, Grandchild
  • Sue-Ann Clarke, Grandchild
  • Donna Stapleton (Gerald), Grandchild
  • Penny Lacey (Bill), Grandchild
  • Jennifer Bittle Baker, Grandchild
  • Adric Bittle (Alesia McCoy), Grandchild
  • Alicia Bittle Hardman (Tyler), Grandchild
  • Amber Bittle (Arthur Horton), Grandchild
  • Alex Bittle (Cynthia Ruede-Fierros), Grandchild
  • Tyler Williams, Great Grandchild
  • Emily Williams, Great Grandchild
  • Leigan Stapelton, Great Grandchild
  • Hailey Stapelton (Jason McKenna), Great Grandchild
  • Shumas Stapelton, Great Grandchild
  • Holly Lacey, Great Grandchild
  • Michael Lacey (Haley Boucher), Great Grandchild
  • Brody Baker, Great Grandchild
  • Aria Bittle, Great Grandchild
  • Aurora Ann Bittle, Great Grandchild
  • Charlotte Lacey, Great Great Grandchild
  • Willow Lacey-Sack, Great Great Grandchild
  • Virginia Smith (William Henry Cooper), Sister

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    Sunday, August 2, 2020


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Cindy Cooper McCarley

August 2, 2020

I’ve known the family for many years and now I’m a step something (lol) but I volunteer at the nursing home and would always go by to see “Miss Eunice” and she would always come to church with us and loved to be with everyone in worship services. She would also come to some of the social things and always had the sweetest smile on her lovely face. I only hope if I live to be 100 I have the ability to do as she was able to. She was so blessed with such a sweet family who really cared about her and celebrated with her on all occasions. She will be missed by all but she wouldn’t come back for anything cause she is in heaven with her sweet Jesus and we will see her again one day because those of us who believe in Jesus and love like she did have that promise from God himself that’s it is so. Love to all

Deana Stevens

August 2, 2020

We loved Aunt Eunice & were so blessed to visit with her! What a blessing to live 100 years! ❤️

Donna Conaway

July 31, 2020

I love you all and I’m praying for you during this time of sadness. Aunt Eunice was such a sweet lady and was always smiling when we stopped by for a visit. Oh what peace and joy for her to be with family in heaven now. I’m so glad we were all able to celebrate her 100th birthday together last year .

Donna Vaughn

July 29, 2020

Aunt Eunice was one of a kind! Always kind and had a sweet little giggle that we loved to hear. She was and will always be treasured by us.

cynthia thomas

July 29, 2020

My precious Aunt Eunice so blessed to have had her 100 years one of the kindest woman I’ve ever known. She’s rejoicing in Heaven.

Melinda Vingers

July 29, 2020

I have loved this lady for many years. So proud to say she is my great aunt. 100 years of life is an incredible milestone. God had blessed her with many memories and family member.
Jeff and I love you all!


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