Obituaries for June 24

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Maudie Catherine Lawley Beane

Maudie Catherine Lawley Beane, 88, of Selma, died Saturday, June 21, 2003 at a Montgomery hospital.

Graveside services are at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 25, at Pineview Memory Gardens Cemetery with the Rev. Al Finch officiating and Lawrence Funeral Home directing.

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Survivors include son, Cecil W. Beane of West Blocton; daughters, Martha Beane (Charles) Warren and Alice Beane (Bill) Cope of Selma; brother, Gene (Eunice) Lawley of Los Angeles, Calif.; sisters, Willodean (Lorin) Gainer of Demopolis, Mary (P.W.) Reed of Boaz and Frances Elam of Selma; nine grandchildren, J. Mark (Monica) Warren, C. David (Allison) Warren, Elizabeth Warren (Jay) Diebold, Angie Boozer (Guy) Freeman, Lee Boozer, Martha Beane (Wendall) Folmar, Mary Beane (Tim) Carlee, Cecil Thomas Beane II and Robert Beane; 16 great-grandchildren; special friends, Linda McDonald, Billie Radford and Sarah Butler.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Cecil Thomas Beane.

Active pallbearers are Mark Warren, David Warren, Lee Boozer, Guy Freeman, Thomas, Thomas Beane, Robert Beane and Lorin Gainer.

Family visitation will be from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Lawrence Funeral Home.

Hattie Scruggs Slater

Hattie Scruggs Slater, 95, of Coffeeville, died Monday, June 16, 2003 at her home.

Services were held at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at Union Baptist Church in Coffeeville. Burial followed in the Coffeeville Cemetery with Jackson Memorial Funeral Home of Jackson directing.

Survivors include three daughters, Frankie Fluker, Pearlie Bell both of Coffeeville and Lucile Rocker of Choctaw Bluff; six sons, Vernon Slater of Coffeeville, James Slater, Jimmy Slater of Detroit, Mich., Rev. Evander Slater, Johnny Slater of Uniontown and Earl L. Slater of San Diego, Calif.; one brother, Fate Scruggs of Detroit, Mich.; 42 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Slater was a member of Union Baptist Church, where she served in the Missionary Society and Bladon Springs Women Association.