OBITUARY

Alva Langston Meador

February 9, 1920September 7, 2013

Burial arrangements under the direction of Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park & Chapel.

REMEMBERING

Alva Langston Meador

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Steve Rusk

September 12, 2013

Paul and Steve...What a great man your Dad was. Keep his memories alive and treasure all the time you had together.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

American Heart Association

September 11, 2013

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Rita Hackney-Bettes

September 10, 2013

What a wonderful man Al was. I knew him for many years from Handley Baptist,where he was a deacon w/my Dad, James Hackney. My thoughts and love are w/each of the family. Twila, you are in my heart.

September 10, 2013

Mr. Meador blessed and touched the lives of all of us who knew him. He truly had the heart of God. We treasure all the memories of family time spent together. He will truly be missed. With much love and prayers...Gina and Sarah Marlar

Tambra Starnes

September 10, 2013

Paul and Family ~ Although I didn't personally know your Dad, I feel like I did through Bobby and the way he described all his wonderful traits. What an amazing man of faith and family you all had for a father and grandfather. He leaves behind a legacy of a precious, loving family who reflect him. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this time of great sadness. With love ~ Tambra Starnes

September 10, 2013

So sorry for your loss. I pray that God will give you strength and comfort during this difficult times and days to follow. Uncle Alva was a character. So much like his brother my papaw. He loved family, that was so important to the Meador men. They were hard workers, always caring and providing for their families. I love that they loved birds so much. I would watch them while camping, so intrigued by the most beautiful birds, my favorite the cardinal. I never knew why when I was younger the interest but as an adult watching Uncle Alva and Bruce, I understand the beauty the birds brought. Having the binoculars and the bird book out, seeing which bird they could identify. Such a blessing to be part of such wonderful memories that I hold so dear to my heart. Much love to all..

Love,

Amanda Meador Harsh

September 10, 2013

We love you Grandpa and will always enjoy the memories made over the years. You instilled values, respect and love into our lives and we are all better people because of you! We were blessed to have such a wonderful individual to call Grandpa.
Your Grandson and family...
Nathan P Meador
Katy
Remington
&
Layla