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_Article from Daily Times Leader Newspaper_


									(Article from Daily Times Leader Newspaper)

Rites for W.T. Terry Are Slated
Funeral services for William T. “Dub” Terry, 26, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Calvert Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bobby Perry and Rev. Q. E. Floyd, of White Oaks, officiating. Burial will be at Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, in Cedar Bluff, with Calvert Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Terry died early Monday afternoon at the Huntsville, Ala. Hospital of injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident on Labor Day. A resident of Memphis, Terry was a native of Pheba and was the son of the late James R. Terry, Jr. and Mrs. Joy Millsaps, Brewer. He was a member of the Baptist Church and was service manager of Al’s Cycle Shop, in Memphis. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Virginia W. Terry, Memphis, two sons, Lyle Waide Terry and Colby Shea Terry, both of Memphis, his mother, Mrs. Colby Brewer, of Pheba, and sister Mrs. Dianne Downer, Bossier City, La, a brother, Jimmy Terry, Pheba, his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Evie Millsaps, of West Point, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. J. R. Terry Sr., of Pheba. Active pallbearers will be Terry’s cousins, Tommy Millsaps, Kimble Millsaps, Walker Brewer, Hiram Millsaps, Bubba Millsaps and James D. Brantley. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. H. L. Flowers, Dr. R. B. Flowers, Jimmy Hawkins, Lewis Stockton, Billy Vest, Richard C. Bryan, Johnny Hamblin, Rex Skelton, Hal Jarrelll, Charlie Curtis, Phillip Scarborough, and Bobby Wright. Member of the flower committee include his cousins, Mrs. William Watkins, Mrs. Bernard White, Mrs. Verna Lou Vickers, Mrs. Irvin White, Mrs. Clark Cliett, Mrs. Enoch O’Shields, Mrs. James D. Brantley, Mrs. Luther Epting, Mrs. John David Johnson, Miss Rita Millsaps and Miss Kate Blansett.

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