OBITUARY

Mrs. Frances Thomas McCullars

October 30, 1923June 12, 2014
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Funeral service for Mrs. Frances “Thomas” McCullars, 90, of Ohatchee, will be 2:00 PM, Monday, June 16, 2014, at Gray Brown-Service Mortuary with Jerry Starling and Whitt Hibbs officiating. Burial will follow at Crook Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 12-2 PM at the funeral home on Monday. Mrs. McCullars died Thursday at RMC in Anniston.

Survivors include her son, Jerry T. McCullars and wife Ina; Grandson, Joey McCullars; and her beloved Shih Tzu, Tabo.

Mrs. McCullars is preceded in death by her husband, Travice T. McCullars; parents, John and Susie Thomas; grandson, Jerry Mark McCullars; and several brothers and sisters.

Pallbearers will be Allan Heathcock, Brad Pritchett, Daniel Lee, Louis Roberts, Norman Thomas, and Warren McCullars. Honorary pallbearers will be Lexter Douthard.

Mrs. McCullars was a lifelong resident of Alexandria Valley. She was a Law Clerk for 40 years for the Honorable Lon Chandler Watson Federal Judge. She was also a Christian and a longtime member of Oak Bowery Baptist Church. The family would like to extend special thanks to Dr. Howard McVeigh; Dr. Roland Brown of Golden Springs Baptist Church; Dr. Vance Moore and the staff of Oxford Family Practice; the Doctors and Nurses at RMC: Anniston; her longtime friends Mary Emma Acker, Vida Newell, and Eva Carver; special family member, Dick Pritchett for being there in times of need; Lexter Douthard for being there nearly every day of her life to take care of things she couldn’t take care of herself; and caregivers, Carolyn Davenport and Sandy Mullins. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Crook Cemetery 2271 Grayton Rd S Wellington, AL 36279.

Arrangements under the direction of Gray Brown-Service Mortuary & Crematory, Anniston, Alabama.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 16, 2014
  • Funeral Service Monday, June 16, 2014
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Mrs. Frances Thomas McCullars

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June 18, 2014

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. Mrs. Frances was a special part of our family for as long as we can remember, she was always so sweet and always looked out for our dad as much as he looked out for her. We are grateful for their special friendship. May God continue to surround you with his peace.

The Douthard Family

June 18, 2014

Jerry, Ina

We would like to express how very much your parents meant to us. They welcomed our family into their lives and generously treated us like their on children, and our children like their grand children. We've been so blessed to have experienced their friendship and love. Our memories with them are priceless and Mimi was such a "Gracious Lady". Our prayers continue to be with you both.

Terry, Jenny, Alan, & Lori

Terry Brown

June 17, 2014

Jerry, Ina

We Would like to express how very much your parents meant to us. They welcomed our family into their lives and generously treated us like their own children, and our children like their grand children. We've been so blessed to have experienced their friendship and love. Our memories with them are priceless, and Mimi was such a "Gracious LADY" ! Our prayers continue to be with you all.

Terry, Jenny, Alan, & Lori

Shelia Pritchett

June 16, 2014

So sorry to hear the news of Mrs Frances! Sweet, precious lady! Praying for your family.


Shelia Pritchett

Norman & Linda Thomas

June 15, 2014

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort. Aunt Frances was a wonderful person who had a wonderful family & wonderful life. She will be missed but never forgotten. Always wishing y'all the best !!!

Bruce & Marian Moon

June 15, 2014

There has to be a special place in Heaven for such a gracious, kind person as your mom Jerry. She will be missed but she is in a better place with family that has gone before her.

June 15, 2014

I remember your mom coming to the Coca Cola plant to see Tab. She was always very peasant. I admired your mother and father Jerry and know they loved you.
Mary Ann Haynie

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