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Joseph Ray Malone

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Joseph Ray Malone

Birth
Cullman, Cullman County, Alabama, USA
Death
18 Sep 1979 (aged 62–63)
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Burial
Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA GPS-Latitude: 34.0898373, Longitude: -88.5377407
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Tuesday September 18, 1979, Joseph Ray Malone,62,1865 Princeton Court SW.died. He was a member of the Hunter Street Baptist Church. A member of Eagle Lodge No. 972. Forestale. He worked as an Exterminator since 1942, in Birmingham, Al. A native of Cullman, Al.

Preceding him in death: Father: James Arthur Malone
Mother: Willie Luella Webb Malone

He lived life in the fullest. Well known and liked by family and friends. Visiting Uncle Ray & Aunt Goldie was always an adventure. Going to the Zoo,swimming or feeding ducks in the park.
A memory sticks out more then some, I think I was about seven years old: Aunt Goldie could set a feast in no time. She had fried chicken this one night. During dinner I picked up my piece of Chicken saying,"I was full." Being the loving Uncle Ray and keeping me from being fussed at, He said, "That's ok, you can just have it for breakfast." I must have looked at him goofy, everyone laughed.
Dancing on top of his shoes, hanging onto his arm while he turned us in the water, giving us popcorn to feed a duck; all are sweet memories of the man we called affectionately "Uncle Ray"

Graveside services were held at 11 a. m. Thursday at Liberty Cemetery, Nettleton,MS. Pickle funeral Home,Amory,MS.

Survivors include his wife: Mrs. Goldie Worthy Malone, sister: Clara Hazel Row of Tampa,Fl.
Niece: C. Virginia Chillura Row, Nephew: Robert Earl Row of Al.
Cousins will be Pallbearers Frank Davis, Jo Davis, CarlJo Webb, Maurice Webb, Fullmer Webb and Curt Quick
The family requests that any contributins be made to Southern Bible College or Center Hill Baptist Church, Hanceville.
Tuesday September 18, 1979, Joseph Ray Malone,62,1865 Princeton Court SW.died. He was a member of the Hunter Street Baptist Church. A member of Eagle Lodge No. 972. Forestale. He worked as an Exterminator since 1942, in Birmingham, Al. A native of Cullman, Al.

Preceding him in death: Father: James Arthur Malone
Mother: Willie Luella Webb Malone

He lived life in the fullest. Well known and liked by family and friends. Visiting Uncle Ray & Aunt Goldie was always an adventure. Going to the Zoo,swimming or feeding ducks in the park.
A memory sticks out more then some, I think I was about seven years old: Aunt Goldie could set a feast in no time. She had fried chicken this one night. During dinner I picked up my piece of Chicken saying,"I was full." Being the loving Uncle Ray and keeping me from being fussed at, He said, "That's ok, you can just have it for breakfast." I must have looked at him goofy, everyone laughed.
Dancing on top of his shoes, hanging onto his arm while he turned us in the water, giving us popcorn to feed a duck; all are sweet memories of the man we called affectionately "Uncle Ray"

Graveside services were held at 11 a. m. Thursday at Liberty Cemetery, Nettleton,MS. Pickle funeral Home,Amory,MS.

Survivors include his wife: Mrs. Goldie Worthy Malone, sister: Clara Hazel Row of Tampa,Fl.
Niece: C. Virginia Chillura Row, Nephew: Robert Earl Row of Al.
Cousins will be Pallbearers Frank Davis, Jo Davis, CarlJo Webb, Maurice Webb, Fullmer Webb and Curt Quick
The family requests that any contributins be made to Southern Bible College or Center Hill Baptist Church, Hanceville.

Gravesite Details

sisters of Willie, Coy Hurn, Evie Quick, Tavie Davis( maiden name Webb) If anyone would like to add to this memorial please contact me [email protected]



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