Mrs. Cheryl Sargent Price, age 63, of Winfield, passed away Thursday, November 29, 2018 at her residence. Mrs. Price is survived by her husband, John Price, daughter, Stacey Ritchie of Winfield, son, Dylan Price of Winfield, grandchildren, Gracie, Abbie, Taylor, and Addison, and a host of aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, J. W. Cashman and Flora G. Hanks Sargent, step father, Ed Sargent and brother William Sargent. A memorial service for Mrs. Price will be announced at a later date. Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Price family.

Mrs. Willa Dean Palmer, age 86, of Guin, passed away Monday, December 3, 2018 at her daughters’ residence.  Mrs. Palmer was preceded in death by her parents, John B. Franks and Callie Roberts Franks, her husband, Delmer Palmer, sons, Larry and Michael Palmer, brothers, Clay, Lee and Clifton Franks, and a grandson, Justin Knight. She is survived by her daughter, Norma Knight (Jerry) of Guin, and son, Ronald Palmer (Lavonya) of Olive Branch, MS, sister, Maylene Harlan (Kenneth), and brothers, Roland Franks (Bertha) and Floyd Franks (Beverly), 10 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren and a host of friends. Funeral service for Mrs. Palmer were held Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. from the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Liberty Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery near Pea Ridge. Visitation was Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. (service time) at Bowen Funeral Home. Bowen Funeral Home serving the Palmer family.

Mrs. Florene Hornsby Caudle, age 86 of Winfield, passed away on Friday, November 30, 2018, at Providence Hospital in Mobile, AL.

Florene was born on April 4, 1932, in Haleyville, the youngest child of Oscar Asbury and Elsie Guinned Hornsby. Her first job was at McQueen’s Drive-In in Haleyville, followed by several local restaurants throughout her life. Florene was also an excellent seamstress, she owned 2 fabric stores, one in Brilliant and one in Guin. She also worked at Munsingwear, Healthtex, and Reltoc manufacturing plants over the course of her career. Florene and her husband Hoyt also owned and operated a Texaco service station in Brilliant for several years.

Florene was a member of the church of Christ. She enjoyed using her talent for cooking to serve others. In times of sickness or death, she could be counted on as a source of encouragement, with a pot of dumplings, a cake, or a pecan pie. After her retirement, she enjoyed sitting with the elderly or home bound.  Florene was truly a people person who loved a good meal, time spent with family and friends, gardening, and Alabama football!

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Hoyt Lee Caudle, an infant daughter Sheila Goddard, a son, Jerry Caudle, brothers, Roy, Eugene, James, Travis, and Max Hornsby and a sister, Ethel Hornsby Poore.

She is survived by a son, Ricky Lee Caudle, a daughter, Trilbia “Trib” Henderson, and a daughter-in-law, Carolyn Caudle. She was “Nannie” to seven grandchildren, Christie Fletcher, Farrah Garrison, Ryan Hallmark, Lance Hallmark, Jennifer Hendrix, Kila Corkren, and Payton Caudle, 12 great-grandchildren, Brenna and William Fletcher, Courtney Gentry, Regan Pendley, Jordan and Ty Garrison, Axl Hallmark, Brooks Hendrix, Mallory and Conner Corkren, and Karsyn and Emma Caudle and 1 great-great-granddaughter, Sadie Gentry, and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in the Brilliant Memorial Gardens. Jerry Self will be the officiating minister. The visitation will be from 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m. (service time) on Wednesday at the funeral home. Pall bearers will be Ryan Hallmark, Lance Hallmark, Payton Caudle, Travis Garrison, Aaron Fletcher, Buddy Hendrix, and Chad Corkren. Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Caudle family.

Mr. Joseph Donald Lucas, affectionately known as Jody Lucas, age 73 of Brilliant, in the Pea Ridge community, passed away on Wednesday, November 21, 2018.  He was born on January 8, 1945, in Lamar County to Arthur Lee and Shalar Lucas.

At a very young age, he started working on his family farm along with his brothers and sisters.  As an adult, he worked in the garment industry, logging business, and strip mines until going to work in the coal mines.  Often, there were times that he did not see the daylight for several days due to the number of hours he worked.  Mr. Lucas remained working in the mines until he retired.  However, retirement did not slow him down.  He went to work for Marion County Rock and then acquired a job with Marion County working for County Commissioner, Bob Burleson, in district five until approximately three months ago. 

Joe is remembered as being a hard worker and a good provider for his family.  He was a loyal friend and always willing to lend a hand.  He was kind hearted and generous, especially to his family.  He loved to bale hay, watch his cows and birds, and ride his grandchildren on the golf cart.  He was not above hiding treats in his overall pocket to give to his grandchildren when their parents were not looking. 

Joe was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, W. T. Lucas, Garland Ray Lucas, Jerry Lucas, Larry (Pee-Wee) Lucas, Gary Lucas, and one infant brother, sisters, Lovie Lucas, Bulah Mullins, Kathy Lucas, and in-laws, Clyde and Eunice Jones.  He is survived by his wife, Nelda Jones Lucas, sons, Rodney (Dadra) Lucas, Lance (Melissa) Sexton, daughters Paula (Kent) Ledbetter, Tammy (Ray) Barnett, grandchildren, Morgan (Chad) Hudson, McCall Barnett, Kristen (Tyler) Moore, Daniel Lucas, Kadra Lucas, KaLeah Ledbetter, Brandy (Coty) Nix, great grandchildren Lucas Hudson, Jax Hudson, Parker Moore, Spencer Moore, Marlee Moore, and Riley Nix, brothers, Rayburn (Sue) Lucas, Carl (Glenda) Lucas, and Buddy (Martha) Lucas, and a sister, Ruby Palmer.  

Joe loved God, his wife, his family, friends, and church family.  He loved sitting on the porch in his rocking chair visiting with family and friends.  He also enjoyed working in his garden.  His children and grandchildren consider him their hero.  They always thought he could do anything and, if it was within his power, he would make certain it got done.  He was devoted to his wife and never failed to tell and show her each day.  His love for God and his family was evident to all who knew him.  Joe’s family is rejoicing his home coming, yet mourning their loss of this precious, humble man. 

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 23, 2018 at 12:00 noon from the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in the Mount Olive Cemetery.  Brother David Sullivan will be the officiating minister.  The visitation will be from 10:00 am until 12:00 noon (service time) on Friday at the funeral home.  Bowen Funeral Home serving the Lucas family.  

The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Philadelphia Church.

Philadelphia Church

9588 State Highway 253

Brilliant, AL 35548