Geneva Aderholt

February 27, 1935November 17, 2021

Graveside services for Mrs. Geneva Aderholt, 86, of Anniston, will be Sunday, November 21st, 2021, 1:30 p.m., at Eulaton Methodist Church Cemetery with Rev. Virgil Bohn officiating. Mrs. Aderholt passed away on November 17th, 2021.

She is survived by her daughter, Jan Causey and her husband Rick; son, Ron Aderholt and his wife Debbie; sister, Grace Gauldin; grandchildren, Jeremy Nix and his wife Elizabeth, Emily Whitten and her husband Mike; great-grandchildren, Evan Nix, Wyatt Whitten, Bella Whitten; step-great-grandchildren, Hunter Lucas and Savannah Lucas.

Mrs. Aderholt is preceded in death by her husband, Harold Aderholt; parents, John and Dovie Lloyd; brother, James Lloyd.

Those who will serve as pallbearers will be Paul Lucas, Hunter Lucas, Mike Whitten, Jeremy Nix, Tim Chambliss, and Landon Holtman.

Geneva was very proud to be the church secretary for the last 54 years at Eulaton Methodist. She was a Sunday school teacher, sang in the church choir, and was able to hold many positions throughout the church. She was one who enjoyed to travel outside her residence. Geneva was a much loved mother and grandmother. She will be missed by all those who knew her.


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Ruth Mitchell

November 20, 2021

Geneva was a dear friend to Gorden and me. She was always so helpful with any projects that we had at church, and we so appreciated all the work she did for the church. She will be missed by many and remembered fondly by those who knew her.

What a happy day she had when she was surrounded by many of her friends from the past and from the present.

Irene Bohn

November 20, 2021

Geneva was a special friend to me. She was loyal and kind to me always. Her encouragement and support to me when I became her pastors wife touched my heart. I will miss her, but have confidence I will see her again. We may even be next door neighbors.
Jan and Ronnie, you carry her legacy with you. She was so proud of you both.