Sally Ann Birmingham Myers
November 4, 1939 – September 3, 2019
Sally Ann (Brown) Birmingham Myers, born November 4, 1939, from Hanceville, Alabama, passed away at the age of 79, on September 3, 2019 at Lakeland Community Hospital with her son, Buddy Birmingham, and daughter, Debbie Walker, by her side. She was preceded in death by her husband Fredrick Thomas Myers; father Guy Willie Brown; her mother Stella Ulene Smith Brown; her brother Jerry DeWayne Brown; and two great granddaughters Lily Mae Ji, and Destiny Marie Walker.
She is survived by her first husband of 38 years, James Dempsey “Demp” Birmingham Sr.; her daughter Deborah Kay Walker (Bobby); her two sons, James Dempsey “Buddy” Birmingham Jr. (Paulette); Ronald Steven Birmingham (Sherry); 14 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren; 10 great great grandchildren; and her two sisters, Mattie Ruth Myers (Sam) and Mary Sue Willingham.
She grew up on a farm in the small town of Beaverton, Alabama. She married her Prince Charming at 16, and moved to the big city of Birmingham. Forty years of living in the city, would not change this “country girl”. She moved to the small town of Hanceville, Alabama. She absolutely loved her Lord Jesus, life and her family. She believed in hard work. She was an awesome cook and loved to cook for family and friends. She loved traveling, sewing, quilting, fishing, planting flowers, gardening, and doing yard work. Even though she did not finish high school, at the age of 59, she went on to get her GED and graduate Wallace State with a dual degree degree in Electronic Technology/Telecommunications.
- Celebration Gathering Sunday, September 8, 2019
- Celebration of Life Monday, September 9, 2019
- Reception Monday, September 9, 2019
Sally Ann Birmingham Myers
September 8, 2019
Praying for your family and may God strengthen your family during this difficult time.
Bonita Rogers Erwin
September 7, 2019
A precious lady, indeed! Love for her family was easy to see. A wonderful Mother and Grandmother to her children and grandchildren. She will surely be missed and grieved by all who knew and loved her. My heart, prayers, thoughts and love go to the entire family; especially to her daughter Debbie, and grandson Ethan, I offer to God special prayers for comfort and peace for you. Know that there will come a day when you can speak of her with a smile on your lips rather than tears in your eyes. God can turn your tears to laughter, and your broken heartedness to happiness in HIS perfect timing. Recognize the blessing she was to you all and be grateful for the gift of her, given by God. God will heal wounded hearts when we walk in His light. My sympathy to you all. Special love, sympathy, and prayers for Debbie and Ethan as dear friends for decades.