Garry Albritton Walker
Garry Albritton Walker, 16, passed away Sunday, January 6, 2019. Funeral
services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 11, 2019 at Heritage Assembly
of God Church with burial following at Tallahassee Memory Gardens. Family
will receive friends Thursday, January 10, 2019 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Homes, 3322 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32311, (850)
Garry was born in Tallahassee, FL on October 16, 2002 to Wilma Priscilla
Walker. He was preceded in death by his mother, his grandparents, Rev. Billy
Walker and Ethelene Walker, and his aunts, Euletha May and Arlene Walker.
He is survived by his sister, Eva Spence of Tallahassee, FL; his aunts Naomi (Mike) Parramore, Becky (Bill) Spencer, Theresa Connell, Rachel (Wayne) Worthington of Tallahassee, FL and Susan Gregory of Dallas, TX; uncles Reuben Walker, Bill Walker, Dexter (Elizabeth) Walker of Tallahassee, FL and Tim (Sharon) Walker of Moultrie, GA; and numerous cousins.
Garry was a sophomore honors student at Rickards High School and was actively involved in JROTC and many community events. He was passionate in his faith, consistently setting the example for his peers in his youth group. He was greatly loved and could be seen many times assisting elderly individuals into their vehicles. Garry was a gentle soul. He had a quick wit and a quirky sense of humor, and he could debate with anyone. Garry was well loved, respected, and will be missed at home, church, school, and in the community.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lighthouse Children’s Home, 7771 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32309, or Heritage Assembly of God Missions, 298 Crossway Road, Tallahassee, FL 32305.
Martha Anderson Fields
Martha Anderson Fields passed away peacefully at the age of 71 on November
3, 2018 at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. She was surrounded by her
family and was showered with love when she joined the Lord. Martha was an
exceptional and wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend.
She had a profound effect on all who knew her because of her incredible kind-
ness, compassion, thoughtfulness and giving nature.
Martha was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, graduated from Florida State
University, and had a long and distinguished career with the State of Florida,
culminating as the Director of Information Resource Management for the
Florida Board of Regents.
Martha was a selfless and generous contributor of her time and talents to a wide range of organizations in the Tallahassee community, including volunteer roles with St. John’s Episcopal Church and it’s bookstore, the TMH Cancer Center’s Healing Garden and multiple local groups and clubs. She loved travel, the beach, gardening, bridge, the FSU Seminoles and most of all her family and friends.
Martha is survived by Michael Montfort Fields, her husband and best friend of 50 years; their daughters Michelle (Branon) Thames and Melissa Fields (and fiancé Paul); brothers Tom (Judi) Anderson and John Anderson; sister Mary Lou (Wayne) Lackey; and three grandchildren Jackson, Caitlyn and Connor Thames.
Services will be held on Tuesday, November 13th at 3:00pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Tallahassee, FL. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donating to your favorite nonprofit organization in Martha’s memory.
Jerry Alvin Grubbs, Jr.
Jerry Alvin Grubbs, Jr. “Alvin”, 61 of Monticello, FL passed away on January 30, 2019. He is survived by his devoted wife of 41 years, Jana Hunter Grubbs. Alvin is lovingly remembered by his parents, Jerry and Doris Grubbs; sister and brother in-law, Connie and Don Barfield; daughter and son in-law Jessica and Ronald Bishop; grandchildren Kristina Everly and RJ Bishop as well as many other family members and life-long friends.
Alvin graduated from Aucilla Christian Academy in 1975. He married the love of his life Jana on January 27, 1978. He was a loving family man, respected business owner and avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed restoring classic cars and traveling. Alvin’s happiest times were spent on the family farm surrounded by everything he loved.
A graveside Service of Remembrance will be held at Roseland Cemetery on Thursday February 7, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. arrangements are being handled by Beggs Funeral Home, Monticello Chapel 850-997-5612.
Ms. Dorothy Lee Hutto
Tallahassee, Florida-Ms. Dorothy Lee Hutto, 86, entered into rest January 23,
Dorothy Hutto was born on September 3, 1932 at her grandmother’s home in
Bartow Florida. She is the only daughter of Ruth Armistead and Lonnie Lyons
and was a Native of Florida, living in several different cities throughout her life.
She spent 26 years in Saint Petersburg Florida, where she raised her family.
While in St. Petersburg, Dorothy was a member of Northside United Methodist
Church, where she taught Sunday school for 25 years.
Dorothy was a graduate of Summerlin Institute High School in Bartow Florida and attended the Florida State University College for Women. She married James R. Hutto, Jr. in 1953 and moved to Toledo Ohio for a short period of time. Her husband’s employment led them to St. Petersburg Florida where they lived for 26 years. She was a Homemaker most of her life but also provided In-Home Daycare Services. Upon her husband’s retirement they moved to Okeechobee Florida, then relocated to Tallahassee Florida where their two daughters live. Her mother’s failing health necessitated Dorothy’s return to Okeechobee. Shortly after her return, Ms. Hutto began her career as a Walmart Associate. She was very proud of the 15 years she was employed by WalMart. She retired as Manager over the Sewing Department. After her mother’s death in 1998 she returned to Tallahassee, where she continued to reside until her passing. While in Tallahassee Dorothy became a member of Chaires United Methodist Church. She also supported the United Methodist Children’s Home.
Dorothy had a genuine love for children and animals. She devoted her life to caring for her family and deeply loved each one! She maintained several lifelong friendships, enjoyed church activities, fishing, entertaining neighborhood children, listening to gospel music and attending all activities her children and grandchildren were involved in. Dorothy loved sewing, crocheting, and quilting. Her creations will be enjoyed for years to come.
Dorothy Lee Hutto is survived by her two brothers, Robert Lyons of Lecanto Florida and Lanny Lyons of Richardson, Texas, 4 children: Randall “Randy” Hutto (Kathy), Ruth Kendricks (Bobby), Gregory “Greg” Hutto (Lani) and Jeanne Hutto Robbins. 6 grandchildren; Dr. Victoria Selley (Dr. Jeremy), Randall “Little Randy” (Lisa), Kathryn Sherman (Jason),Dr. Bryan Kendricks (Dr. Amanda “Mandy”), Monica Hutto (Jacob) and Heather Hutto (Kenny). 10 great grandchildren; Lily Grace and Jackson, Ila and Isabella, Wesley and Caden, Silas and Carsen and Ava and Evan. She was very proud of the accomplishments made by her children and grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the United Methodist Children's Home: 1647 NE Captain Buie Road, Pinetta, Florida 32350
C/O The Madison Youth Ranch
James Henry Boland (Baby James)
James Henry Boland (Baby James), 68, of Monticello, FL passed away Friday, December 28, 2018.
A graveside service will be held 3:00 p.m., Sunday, December 30, 2018 at Broomsage Cemetery. Family will receive friends from 2:00 until 3:00 p.m. prior to service at Cemetery.
James was born November 15, 1950 to Jim and Lulu Mae Boland in Monticello, FL. He built his own store and business and ran it for 21 years and enjoyed talking to the people coming into the store. He was an avid hunter, loved to fish, loved nature and worked construction for many years.
He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Lavon S. Boland; son, Kevin Boland; daughter, Vickie Flowers; brother, James Boland Jr.; sisters, Edith Hubbard, Paulette Clark, Modessa Connell and Conella Duncan; grandchildren, Blair Wooley, Brooke and Jaycee Flowers, and Caylee Boland; and numerous family and friends.
He is preceded in death by a brother, Henry Boland.
Sandra Lynn Codemo
Sandra Lynn Codemo passed away peacefully in her sleep October 20, 2018. She was born, June 17, 1949 in Charleston, West Virginia. Sandra lived in Tallahassee, Florida for the past 20 plus years. She enjoyed spending time quilting, gardening and cooking for her family and friends. Before becoming physically disabled, she followed her passion in the healthcare industry through work as a certified Nursing Assistant. She was a homemaker and, along with her husband Bill, successfully raised two daughters. Sandra was a member of the Gospel Light Baptist Church in Tallahassee.
Sandra is preceded in death by her father, James Young. She is survived by her mother, Lucille Young; her siblings Ron Young, Cathy Sutta, Loretta Young, and Elizabeth Dampier; her husband of 51 years, William Codemo; her daughters, Jennifer Codemo-Thomas and Melissa Codemo Johnson; her grandchildren Sara Harrington, Phillip York, Andrew York, Mel Howard, and Alexis Howard; and her great-grandchildren Norman Jones IV and Gavin Jones.
Funeral services will be held 11:00 Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at Beggs Funeral Homes, with a visitation from 10:00 until 11:00 prior to services. Burial will take place at 12:00 noon at the Tallahassee National Cemetery. The family is under the care of Beggs Funeral Homes, 3322 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32311, (850) 942-2929.
Elmer Harold Leek
Elmer Harold Leek, 95 passed away Wednesday, November 28, 2018.
Funeral Services will be held 3:00, Friday, November 30, 2018 at New Hope Baptist Church with burial following at New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery. Family will receive friends from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Beggs Funeral Homes, 3322 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32311, (850) 942-2929.
Elmer Leek was born in 1923 in Jacksonville, Florida. He passed from this life November 28th after a short illness. He was a shrimper for 20 years and a master plumber for 33 years. His hobbies included politics, organic gardening, and making his famous datil pepper sauce.
Survivors include: his wife, Maxine Leek, daughter Bonnie Leek Hall, step son Bobby Morrison, and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.
Bobbie Radford Forrest
Bobbie Radford Forrest, 91, passed away at her home surrounded by her family
on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.
Bobbie was blessed with a large and loving family. She married her childhood
sweetheart on December 25, 1944 in Vienna, Georgia. Bobbie helped raise
three children with patience, discipline and humility. Most of her adult life she
was a Sunday School Teacher and a Youth Director at Palmetto Baptist Church
in Sanford. Florida. She was best known for being everyone's "Granny". She was
a Granny to everyone she met and treated them all as family.
She is survived by her husband Allen Kenneth Forrest, her three children, Kenneth Allen Forrest (Sheila), Jerry Radford Forrest (Fran), and Lana Jean Forrest Brown (Patrick), 8 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.
Visitation will be held at Beggs Funeral Home, Monticello, Florida on Friday, November 23, 2018 from 6-8pm. Funeral Service will be Held at Beggs Funeral Home, Monticello, Florida, Saturday, November 24, 2018 at 2pm with the burial service following at Oakfield Cemetery, Monticello, Florida.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Jefferson Senior Citizens Center.
Felice Lynn Johnston Shuman
Felice Lynn Johnston Shuman, age 82, passed away peacefully at
her home on Sunday, September 16, 2018 surrounded by her family.
Visitation will be held at Beggs Funeral Home in Monticello on
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. the funeral
service will be held on Thursday September 20, 2018 at the First
Presbyterian Church of Monticello at 11:00 a.m. Interment, burial
will follow at Roseland Cemetery in Monticello, Florida.
She was born in Tampa, Florida on August 22, 1936. She graduated
from Jefferson County High School in 1954. She married R. B. Cap
Shuman on September 2, 1955. She was the secretary at Jefferson
County High School for several years before joining Cap to work by
his side at Johnston's Locker Plant until they retired in 1996. She was
a member of the Presbyterian Church where she was the church organist for many years.
She is preceded in death by her husband R. B. (Cap) Shuman, October 2012 and her parents, Felix and Alice Johnston. She is survived by her two children; Bart Shuman (Becky) and Becky Shuman Bennett (Hal), five grandchildren; Scott Shuman, Sloan Shuman Pitts (Vann), Seth Shuman, Blake Bennett (Angie) and Connor Bennett, a brother; Felix Johnston (Cathy), four great-grandchildren; Kane, Dallas and Sawyer Bennett, and Peyton Pitts and a host of nephews and nieces.
Felice’s family wishes to express their sincerest gratitude for the loving care of their mother by her caregivers; Kathy Cook, Katie Elkins, Erma Morris and Belle Phillips.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Big Bend Hospice.
Joseph Albert Herwig, Jr.
Joseph “Joe” Herwig Jr., 83 of Monticello, Fl, passed away after a long illness on
Saturday, October 27, 2018. He was born on October 2,1935 in the home of his
grandparents of the late Joseph Albert Herwig and Edna Ann Schlette. Until the
age of twelve he continued to live in the family’s brownstone in St. Louis
surrounded by other family members. This remained one of the happiest times
of his life. It was in St Louis where he attended Catholic schools and had the
honor of becoming an altar boy, that Joe became disciplined in his faith and
values. He learned the importance of family values, forming lasting friendship,
and the virtues of a hard work ethic.
Joseph’s family moved to Atlanta briefly, then to Jacksonville, where he graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. Soon after, he joined the Army Reserve and moved to Gainesville where he attend the, University of Florida. He graduated in 1963 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, his lifelong dream.
On his birthday in 1980, Joseph met Janice Davis. Their lifelong love for one another began while attending a University of Florida football game, their first date. Joseph quickly asked Janice to marry him and they became husband and wife in 1985. They shared train collecting, travel, skiing, camping, friends, and time with their special extended family. They also had a love for the many pets they have shared over the years. The most fun Joe and Jan had, was with their good friends they've both made over the years at the Florida Gator football games. Joe was an avid Gator all the way!!!
Joseph was in private practice for over fifty years, and worked for “The Agency For Health Care Administration”, in the Office of Plans and Construction. He also worked for twenty-seven years as a Professional Engineering Administrator for the entire state of Florida. Joseph cared for those of he had the honor of working with in his industry. He never lost his passion for mechanical engineering. Joe felt strongly about sharing knowledge and time toward the betterment of Healthcare. Joe practiced mechanical engineering throughout the state of Georgia.
Joe was a very involved father, both Mark and Jody were in the Boy Scouts. He happily mentored them throughout all their activities growing up. His fondness memory was of the trips to Russia and Spain that he shared with Jennie Lyn. Joe was an extraordinary role model to his children. He also loved his grandchildren, Vanessa and Marco, and was very proud of them.
Joseph is survived by his wife of 38 years, Janice, and his little Tu-Tu🐾 of 12 years. His brother Vince (Charlene) Wascak. Children; Jacob Nagib, Joseph, Mark, Jennie Lyn, and “Baby Tori.” Grandchildren; Joshua Halloway, Vanessa & Marco. Great Grandson; Kyle Holloway, Father-in-law, Curtis Palmer.
Other family members include, Michael Davis (Randy Waak), Jim (Nancy) Bass, Heather, Sandy Wascak, Dana, Gracie and Hudson Beard, Merrell & Jimmie Batton, Dorothy Rouse, Sandy, Dennis, Amanda and Jennifer Fletcher, Craig Palmer, Lee Battron, Deloris and Loren, and other extended family members.
Janice would like to thank her close friends of Monticello that have stood steadfast beside her since February of 2017. She is forever grateful for all of your support and kindness shown during these many months.
Beggs Funeral Home of Monticello will be holding Celebration of Life service on November 12, 2018 at 11am, at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 4665 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee Fl. 32309. Reception to follow at the Community Center.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Joseph’s name or to: “Best Friends Animal Society,”
5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab Ut. 84741.
Jane Monroe, age 95, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 21, 2019 due
to God’s mercies, the compassionate care of Westminster Oaks and Big Bend
Hospice following a stroke on January 14th. She was born on April 29, 1923 as
Ella Jane Hamilton in Albemarle, North Carolina to Fuchsia and Iron Lee
Hamilton. She was the oldest daughter of seven children.
Jane met her future husband, Harold Bertram Monroe, while attending God’s
Bible School in Cincinnati, Ohio. They were married in 1943 and served
together as Harold pastored Wesleyan churches in Ohio and Iowa for over
fifty years while they raised three children. Jane returned to school at Drake University to complete her MA in Education and taught elementary children in Iowa and Ohio public schools for over 30 years. Jane was an extraordinary pastor’s wife, school teacher, homemaker and mother. She loved baking (famous for her yeast rolls), sewing, music and crafting.
Jane and Harold moved to Tallahassee in 2001 to be close to family. In 2005 they joined Westminster Oaks and experienced the benefits of living in fellowship and support at all levels of care; independent, assisted living, rehabilitation and skilled nursing.
She is survived by children Gloria Murray (husband Carl), John Monroe (wife Pam), Barbara Shackelford (husband Paul), as well as five grandchildren: Shawn Lavy (wife Lisa); Abigail St. Hilaire (husband David), Megan Hill (husband Sean), Zachary Shackelford (wife Maggie) and Joshua Shackelford (wife Megan) as well as seven great grandchildren: Ally, Sam, Jed, Ginny, Ellie, Nova and Rilla. Her husband of 63 years precedes Jane in death; as well as brothers Charles Brooks, Burnest Lee and James Winfred Hamilton; and sisters Martha Irene Trexler and Sara Frances Haruyama.
A memorial service will be held at Westminster Oaks Frances Chapel on the lower level of Oak South on Sunday, January 27th at three o’clock presided by Rev. Bob Evans Discipleship & Congregational Care Pastor of Wildwood Church, Tallahassee. A funeral service will be held at Haskell-Morrison Funeral Home in Vevay, Indiana on Saturday, February 9th at one o’clock presided by Rev. Edward Fisher, viewing will be at noon. Interment will follow in the family plot at Vevay Cemetery in Vevay, Indiana.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Westminster Retirement Communities Foundation.
Son Mai, affectionately known to his friends and family as Coup, passed away
Nov. 4th 2018 in Tallahassee, Fl. A memorial service will be held 11am, Friday,
Nov 9th, 2018 at Beggs Funeral Home, 3322 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
FL 32311, (850) 942-2929.
Family will receive friends from 10:00 until 11:00 prior to service.
Son was born July 8th 1963 in Vietnam living most of his life in Tallahassee, Fl.
He was a loving brother and uncle whos greatest joy in life was to be surrounded
by nature and the plants that he so carefully nurtured. He will be remembered
and cherished by his sisters Terri Ann Smith, Kathryn Smith Chaffee, Denise Neilson; brother, Johnnie Lee Smith Jr.; and nieces and nephews, Christina, Danielle, Johnnie, Thomas, Roxanne, Troy Jr., Ava, Sienna, and Joseph.
He was preceded in death by his parents Johnnie Lee Smith, Vo Thi San and his sister Kim Mai.
John Milton Walker, Jr.
John M. Walker Jr., age 49, went to be with his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
on October 9, 2018. He was born in Macon, Georgia. He graduated from Georgia
State University with a Bachelor of Science degree, and lived in Cumming,
Georgia for many years. He was a business and financial analyst. He moved to
Monticello, Florida in 2014, and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. He
was employed at Flowers Food Corporation in Thomasville, Georgia. He enjoyed
playing guitar, martial arts, watching baseball, reading, and fishing.
He is proceeded in death by his father, John M. Walker, Sr. He is survived by his wife Brenda Walker, his mother, Runette Walker, and his brother, David Walker (Christi).
A Graveside Service was held at Oakfield Cemetery in Monticello, Florida on Wednesday October 17, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Beggs Funeral Home in Monticello, Florida handled the arrangements.
Wilbur E. Harrelson
Wilbur E. Harrelson, 88, Went to be with the Lord on October 8, 2018.
He was born in Vidalia, Georgia on October 19th, 1929. He spent the
majority of his life in Tallahassee.
He was pre-deceased in death by his parent's, Earl & Mary Estelle
Harrelson and, son-in-law Tommy Roberts.
He served his country in the U.S. Air Force as an MP, and was a Veteran
of the Korean War.
He was Retired from the automobile business after many, many years.
He is survived by Bessie, his loving wife of 68 years. His daughter's Chery Roberts and Debbie Fleetwood. His Grandchildren T.A. (Gentry) and Dan Roberts and, Kyle and Carlie Fleetwood. Great Grandchildren Grady and AnnaReed Roberts.
He was an active member of The Masonic Lodge for many years.
He was also an active member of Immanuel Baptist Church. He was active in his Sunday School Group and was an Usher for many years.
He is also survived by wonderful friends, neighbors and especially his church family at Immanuel.
He was kind, funny, loving, loyal, determined and very devoted to family.
Wilbur's life will be celebrated at Beggs 3322 Apalachee Parkway, on Tuesday October 23, 2018. Visitation will be from 1:00-2:00 prior to service in the Chapel. Burial will take place immediately following service at Tallahassee National Cemetery, 5015 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL. 32311.
In lieu of flowers of flowers, contributions can be made to the Shriner's Hospital 2900 N. Rocky Point drive Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 281-0300.
Buddie J. Halbert
Buddie J. Halbert, 74, passed away Tuesday evening, October 23, 2018, at Capital Regional Hospital, Tallahassee, FL. Born April 8, 1944, in Columbia Missouri, to Raymond and Thelma (Ankrom) Halbert, he graduated from Hickman High School and later attended the University of Missouri. He later joined the U.S. Air Force serving as a radar operator flying early warning reconnaissance missions during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Shortly after serving his country, he relocated to Eustis, FL where he worked various journeyman and construction details at Disney, Eamons Tree Service, Gwaltney Nurseries, and Cee-Jay Pools. He was an active member at Bay St. Baptist Church and was involved with coaching Little League Baseball, and YMCA Indian Guides. After graduating from University of Central Florida, he worked as an internal auditor for various utility and construction companies before relocating to Tallahassee in 1989. Mr. Halbert worked for Florida’s Public Service Commission until retiring in 2011 where he then devoted much of his time to ministries such as Homestead Ministries, Take a Kid Fishing, Hands Helping Anglers, and Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief?). A true enthusiast for the outdoors, he was an avid hunter who shared his passion with his family and the public as a certified hunter’s education instructor. Mr. Halbert is survived by his wife Relda of 33 years, three sons Bobby, Brian, and Blaine, and five grandchildren, Grace Ann, Anna, Wyatt, Abigail, and Elena. The family is requesting, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to GoFundMe at https://www.gofundme.com/bud-halbert-legacy-fund. Details for funeral arrangements can be requested through Beggs Funeral Home, Tallahassee, FL.
Mary Irene Archer Rice [April 30, 1925 - February 1, 2019]
Mary Irene Archer Rice, 93, passed away on February 1, 2019, after a lengthy
struggle with Alzheimer’s. Mrs. Rice was born and raised in North Carolina.
She later moved to Florida and retired from the City of Tallahassee, as
Director of Payroll, with over 20 years of service. Prior to working with the
City, she managed both the Diana and Lerner’s shops in Tallahassee. After
retiring, she and her husband moved to Dothan, Alabama where they enjoyed
many wonderful years together. After her husband’s death, she relocated to
North Carolina in 2003 to be near her family.
As her health declined, Mrs. Rice moved in with her granddaughter where
she enjoyed lots of noise, love, and laughter. As her Alzheimer’s progressed, her daughter brought her back down to Florida where she would spend her final days. While in Tallahassee, she was able to connect closely with her great-grandchildren who lived there. It was a special time for all.
She loved to travel and was blessed to take a special trip to Israel that was life-changing for her. She was a wonderful cook and made some very special cakes that both her family and friends enjoyed. Mrs. Rice was always very active in her church serving through missions work and the women’s auxiliary groups. She truly loved singing in the choir and passed her love of singing down to her children and grandchildren. Mrs. Rice was one of 11 siblings. She cherished her annual Myrtle Beach trips with them.
Mrs. Rice is survived by one daughter, Merica Freeman Granger (Mike); and one son, Gary Bernard Bradford; one brother, Jack Archer (Odessa); one sister, Dot Isenhour; two sisters-in-law, Louise Archer and Martha Archer; five grandchildren, Scott Granger (Laura), Jennifer Carey (Tim), Amy Wilcox (Jeff), Brent Bradford (Stacy), Lane Bradford (Amanda); 14 great-grandchildren and a host of beloved nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her infant daughter, Monica Diane Freeman; her husband, John H. Rice; her parents, David and Pearl Archer; five brothers, Robert, J.B., Ray, Kenneth and Ted Archer; three sisters, Evelyn Archer, Alsie Arndt and Connie Kelly.
A memorial service will be held at Immanuel Baptist Church, 2351 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, FL at 11:00 on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. A visitation will be held from 10:00 to 11:00 at the church.
Mrs. Rice's family would like to express special thanks to Jan Sanders who helped the family with her care while she lived in NC and to Covenant Hospice, TMH Adult Day Care, and the nursing staff at Brookdale for the wonderful care they provided during the latter stages of Mrs. Rice's illness.
James N. Daniels “Connie”
James N. Daniels “Connie” 70, of Graceville, FL passed away Wednesday,
February 6, 2019.
A Memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, February 11, 2019 at
Indian Springs Baptist Church. Family will receive friends from 1:00 until
2:00 p.m. prior to service.
Contributions, may be made to Harmony Baptist Missionary Church Building
Fund, 1049 Sanders Ave., Graceville, FL 32440.
Connie was born June 12, 1948 in Monticello, Fl to Jasper and Wyolene Daniels.
He was a grounds keeper for the City of Tallahassee residing in Tallahassee until moving to Graceville 2 years ago. He was a part of the Coast Guard Auxillary, loved to draw, garden, and work with his hands. He never met a stranger, he was friends to everyone. He was a member of Indian Springs Baptist Church but attended Harmony Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Judy Daniels; brother, Clarence Daniels (Charline) of Tallahassee; sisters, Dottie Nelson of Fruitland Park, FL, and Susan Simmons (Mike) of Miccosukee, FL, and a host of nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents, and his sister, Ruth Dixon.