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 Imogene Speegle Yarbrough – Obituary

July 18, 2018

  Imogene Speegle Yarbrough, 87, of Huntsville, passed away Wednesday. Mrs. Yarbrough was preceded in death by her husband, William Yarbrough, parents, Mack and Georgia Speegle, brother, James Speegle, and sister, Ann McFarland.  She was raised in Merrimack Village and attended Joe Bradley School. Mrs. Yarbrough was a nurse for 55 years. Survivors include daughter, Brenda […]


 James “Jim” Lee Yarbrough – Obituary

July 18, 2018

James “Jim” Lee Yarbrough, 64, of Hazel Green passed away Tuesday. Mr. Yarbrough was a retired law enforcement officer and a musician. He loved his grandkids. He was preceded in death by his father, O.L. “Blackie” Yarbrough. Survivors include his wife, Chryl Yarbrough; daughters, Joley Yarbrough and Bailey Yarbrough; mother, Alsie Mae Waller; brother, Jesse […]


Helen Louise Jackman Webb – Obituary

July 18, 2018

Helen Louise Jackman Webb was born November 13, 1929, to Hugh F. and Margaret Cummings Jackman in Haverhill, MA. She graduated in 1947 from Haverhill High School, where she served as class vice president and received numerous honors. She received her associate’s degree from Tennessee Wesleyan College in 1949. In an accounting class there, she […]


 Donald T. Comer – Obituary

July 18, 2018

Donald T. Comer, 80, of Huntsville, passed away Wednesday. Mr. Comer was born in Akron, Ohio to Clyde T. Comer and Dorothy Gail Comer.  They moved to Tuscaloosa in 1946.  He graduated from the University of Alabama where he earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.  He went to work at Boeing and retired from Chrysler.  […]


Billy Wade Stafford – Obituary

July 18, 2018

Billy Wade Stafford, 84, of Madison, passed away July 16, 2018.  Billy retired from the US Army in 1977 as a CW4, and was a veteran of the Korean War. After going to flight school, he served two tours in Vietnam as a Chinook pilot. He was also part of the T-Board crew that mapped Antarctica in […]


Henry W. Schiessl – Obituary

July 14, 2018

Dr. Henry W. Schiessl, 93, retired industrial research chemist, chemical engineer and former adjunct Professor of Chemistry at the University of  New Haven Conn., died Saturday in Huntsville. Born in Ingolstadt, Germany, he immigrated at an early age to the United States and eventually became a naturalized citizen.  He earned a B. Ch. E. from […]


Sue L. Reid – Obituary

July 13, 2018

Sue L. Reid, 94, of Huntsville, passed away Friday. Mrs. Reid was preceded in death by her parents, Jasper and Bennie Lewis, six sisters, and one brother. Born and raised on a farm in Jones County, MS, she went to work in Mobile, AL during WWII. In 1946, Sue married J.R. Reid after he returned […]


Loretta M. Novak – Obituary

July 12, 2018

Loretta M. Novak, 89, passed away Wednesday. She was born Loretta Johnson and lived in Pennsylvania. She married Don Novak on July 10, 1948. Loretta liked Bingo, crossword puzzles, and taking long walks. Very few could beat her at Scrabble. She was well known for her great fudge. Loretta was a good daughter, wife and […]


 Ernest Whitman Harper, Jr. – Obituary

July 12, 2018

 Ernest Whitman Harper, Jr. passed away Wednesday. Mr. Harper served in the US Navy during WWII in the Asian Pacific Theatre on both the USS Columbus and USS Boston. He retired as a Graphic Designer from NASA. He was preceded in death by his first wife of 40 years, Irene Murphy, and daughter, Beth Harper. […]


Dan C. Whitsett, Jr. – Obituary

July 12, 2018

Dan C. Whitsett, Jr. died peacefully at home in Huntsville, Alabama, early Wednesday morning. He was 78 years old. Dan was born in Selma, Alabama to Julia Shell Whitsett and The Rev. Dr. Dan C. Whitsett, Sr.  He began a life-long interest of communication and technology as a student at The University of Alabama where […]


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