Mr. William Charles Henderson better known as W. C., age 89 of Winfield, passed away on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 in the Kemp Meadows Health Care facility in Winfield.

  1. W. C. was born in Fayette County on April 17,1931 to Quinton Fraysier Henderson and Jenine Adell Perry Henderson. He attended Hubbertville High School and was a Veteran of the United States Navy where he served as a Seaman on the USS Furse. Mr. Henderson worked as a supervisor for construction companies for many years until his retirement.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Fraysier and Adell Henderson, a son Steven Henderson, sister, Lenora Turner and two brothers, Harold and Hank Henderson. He is survived by his children, Charles Ricky Henderson of South Carolina, Perry Henderson of Illinois, Rhonda Barnes of Hubbertville and Melissa Henderson of Winfield, grandchildren, Janae Moore (Matt), Coty Henderson, India Henderson, Nelson Henderson, Justin Barnes (Kim), great grandchildren, Mattison, Mattox and Mattleigh Moore, Ryder and Saylor Barnes, Liam Henderson and Dawson O’Dell, sisters and brothers, Ann Hubbert of Winfield, Sarah Harbin of Guin, Essie Price of Fayette, Quinton Henderson of Tennessee, Gwin Kelley of Illinois and Karen Hollingsworth (Tommy) of Hubbertville and a host of nieces, nephews, and other family and friends.

A graveside service for Mr. Henderson will be held on Saturday, January 2, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. from the Harmony Grove Baptist Church Cemetery in Winfield. Serving as pallbearers, Justin Barnes, Liam Henderson, Dawson O’Dell, Zack York, Danny Hubbert, Paul Henderson and Scott Henderson.

The family of Mr. W.C. would like to thank all the employees and staff of Kemp Meadows for the love, care and support shown to Mr. Henderson and his family during his stay. Mr. Henderson would tell everyone how happy he was with his new home, family and friends during his stay there.

Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Henderson family.

Mr. Hubbert Steven “Steve” McCaleb, age 79 of Hubbertville passed away on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 in the Ridgeview Health Care in Jasper.

He was a member of Berea Church of Christ, 1959 graduate of Hubbertville High School and the University of Alabama. He attended The University of Alabama where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree. He spent many summers continuing his education in his pursuit of a Master’s degree and becoming highly certified in his subjects of interest. His plethora of abilities ranged from teaching various histories, to Driver’s Education, to Physical Education, to coaching athletes on the basketball court and football and softball fields. Mr. McCaleb began his career with time at Phil Campbell and Sulligent School. He quickly found his way back to his alma mater where he spent 38 years teaching and coaching until his retirement in 2004.

Mr. McCaleb was an active community member in Hubbertville and was devoted to the community and the school, just as his grandparents and parents, Mr. McCaleb donated land to Hubbertville School. The land would serve many purposes over the years ensuring students and athletes of Hubbertville have a rewarding experience during their school years. The land donated in 1984 would come to house the high school softball field and later on the Hubbertville Community Park.

Mr. McCaleb was a philanthropist in his own right. He spent a majority of his life contributing to The University of Alabama and was a fan of all sports. His love of Hubbertville and the University of Alabama often intertwined as he allowed for opportunities for Hubbertville students to join him at the University of Alabama sporting events. Through those events, Mr. McCaleb opened the doors for many students to experience things for the first time. Many built a love for the University of Alabama, just as Mr. McCaleb, but more than that, a mentorship blossomed during these experiences that later in life led to friendships and a continued connection.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents, William Vaughn McCaleb, Sr. and Edril Hubbert McCaleb, his brothers, Clarence McCaleb, William “Bill” Vaughn McCaleb, Jr. and his sister, Mary Eloise McCaleb Haas. He is survived by and his nieces and nephews, Gerald “Jerry” L. Williams, Jr., Clarence “Sonny” Williams, Allen “Mac” McCaleb Williams, Beth McCaleb Jordan (Jimmy), Kim McCaleb Rowell (Greg), Scott McCaleb (Kim), Lisa McCaleb Weeks (Wade), William Vaughn McCaleb, III (Phyllis), Lynn McCaleb Rucker (Marty) and Kevin McCaleb, a host of great nieces and nephews, sisters in law, Lois McCaleb of Jasper and Virginia McCaleb of Winfield, and special family that he loved like is own, Lamar & Gail Harris, Chuck & Kippie Marcum and other family and dear friends.

If you were blessed to know Mr. McCaleb, you never doubted his allegiance. He loved his country, the Hubbertville Lions, and the University of Alabama. He never missed an opportunity to be a helper in his community and encouraged others to do the same. In Mr. McCaleb fashion- Go Hub and Roll Tide!

The funeral service for Steve will be held on Saturday, January 2, 2021 from the Berea Church of Christ at 12:00 noon with burial to follow in the adjoining cemetery. A visitation will be held on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon (service time) at the church. In lieu of flowers the family ask that donations be made to Hubbertville School in memory of Coach McCaleb. Bowen Funeral Home serving the McCaleb family.

Mr. Jackie Hugh Don Mann, age 74 of Winfield, passed away on December 28, 2020 at Sunset Manor Healthcare in Guin.

Jackie worked in the mines for 10 years and later retired from Wal-Mart as a truck driver. Mr. Mann was an avid hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed spending time with his family and teaching his grandsons how to hunt.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Betty Mann, his children, Brett Mann (Janet) and Tammy Logan (Robert), grandchildren, Tyler and Trey Mann and Mason and Connor Logan, sister, Peggy Cook (Richard), brothers, Roger Mann (Brenda), Bruce Mann (Debbie), and a sister-in-law, JoAnn Mann. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hartley Mann and Odell Franks Mann and a brother, Waymon Mann

A graveside service for Mr. Mann will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 from the Brilliant Memorial Gardens. Jeremy Sorrells will be the officiating minister. The family ask that social distancing and mask mandates be adhered to for everyone’s personal protection. Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Mann family.

Mr. Jamie Don Cunningham, age 39 of Winfield, formerly of Sulligent, passed away on Thursday, December 24, 2020 in the Northwest Medical Center in Winfield. Jamie attended church at Faith Fellowship in Winfield and was employed with Nichols Burial Service in Fayette. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, Alabama Football, but most of all he enjoyed spending time with his wife and children.

He is survived by his wife of nine years, Telisa Gray Cunningham, children, Adam, Thomas, Grayce Cunningham and Jacob White, a grandson, Isaac White, father, Bobby Cunningham of Winfield, mother, Sandra Lynch of Sulligent, sisters, Tracy Guyton (Steve) of Winfield, Tina Merchant (David) of Detroit, Jody Ives of Sulligent, brothers, Donnie White (Wendy) of Sulligent and Robbie Ives (Michelle) of Sulligent, father and mother in-law, Kenneth and Susan Gray of Winfield, his grandmothers, Sue White and Hilda Dudley and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Jamie was preceded in death by his grandparents, Braxton and Lois Cunningham, Mureff White and Charles Dudley, a niece, Harley Kelley, stepfather, William Ives, aunts, Betty Harrison, Mary Ann Arends and Linda Patrick and uncles, Phillip and Robbie Cunningham.

The funeral service for Jamie will be held on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. from the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in the Spring Hill Baptist Church Cemetery near Bluff. The visitation will be held on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Cunningham family.