Mr. Floyd Cecil McNutt, age 73 of Winfield, passed away Friday, July 3, 2020 at the Northwest Medical Center in Winfield.  Mr. McNutt was born on July 11, 1946 in Haleyville, AL to Cecil and Mary Ellen McNutt.  Mr. McNutt was a member of the Winfield First Baptist Church and a 1964 Winfield City High School graduate.  Floyd served two terms on the Winfield City Board of Education and was a member of the Jaycees.  He retired from the Alabama Army National Guard, and from N.T.N. Bower in Hamilton with 35 years service.

The rock of Floyd’s life was his relationship with Christ. He fiercely loved his family and was especially proud of his two grandsons. Since T-ball days, Floyd and his son Grant have enjoyed numerous days playing or watching sporting events, an interest they shared. Floyd was an avid outdoorsman enjoying golfing and fishing. Floyd’s battles with brain tumors ended after 11 years of surgeries and radiation. He fought with courage, strength and determination, receiving his ultimate healing in the presence of his Savior, Jesus Christ.

Mr. McNutt is survived by his wife of nearly 54 years, Jaretta Goolsby McNutt of Winfield, his son, Grant McNutt (Leslie) of Muscle Shoals, grandsons, Xan and Lincoln McNutt, a sister-in-law, Sara Goolsby Franks (Richard) of Hamilton, and a host of other relatives and friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Cecil Grey McNutt and Mary Ellen Frazier McNutt and a sister, Peggy Benton.

The funeral service for Mr. McNutt will be held on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 2:00 from the Winfield First Baptist Church with burial to follow in the Winfield City Cemetery. Dr. Paul Murphy will be the officiating minister.   The visitation will be held on Wednesday from 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m. service time at the church.  Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the McNutt family.

Elizabeth Diane Mills Studdard, affectionately known by her devoted husband as “Ms. Diane”, departed this earth and went to be with the Lord Thursday, July 2, 2020.

Diane was born in Guin, Alabama on May 14, 1937. Her life revolved around family from her earliest childhood until the day she passed. At the end of her life, she was considered a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to the countless number of lucky individuals fortunate enough to have been part of her life. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Diane attended Winfield City High School and was a proud member and majorette of the Winfield Pirate Band. Following graduation, she attended the University of Alabama and was a member of the Beta Psi Chapter of the Delta Gamma Fraternity. She was quite the debutante in her day.

Diane was always committed to her home and family, and she never forgot her roots. She devoted her life to making her home and community better, and she loved Winfield, Alabama . . . especially her friends and acquaintances. From her earliest days in The First Baptist Church, the Church Choir, The Cosmopolitan Club, the Winfield City High School and her “4+ hour long Thursday Lunch Bunch”, Diane cherished each moment of each day she shared with family and friends.

Diane was preceded in death by her father, Robert Waywon “Jar Fly” Mills, and her mother, Nellie Marie “Nell” Green, sister, Carol Mills, step-daughter, Yodonna Studdard White (Stewart) and step-grandson, Adam Peiffer. She is survived by her loving husband of 40 years, Donald Tedford Studdard, two sons, Lieutenant Commander (Retired) Clyde “Jackie” McCaleb (Lynn) and Brigadier General (Retired) Robert “Bobby” McCaleb (Renee), daughter Christianna “Christi” McCaleb, step-son, Mark Studdard (Janet), step-daughter, Susan Studdard Kennedy, thirteen grandchildren, Brooke McCaleb (Alexis), Taylor McCaleb, First Lieutenant Mary Margaret McCaleb Hill (Geoffrey), Mills Mosley, Frances Mosley, Levitt Mosley, Molly White, Chandler White, Caroline White, Beau Studdard. Bart Studdard (Michelle), Sara Jones (Jonathan) and Katy Dunaway.  When Don and Diane married 40 years ago, they blended two wonderful families that became one. Together, Don and Diane have served as the patriarchs of a special family that produced six sons and daughters, fourteen grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Despite a few Auburn fans in the mix, Diane loved them all.

The funeral service for Diane will be held on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. from the Winfield First Baptist Church with burial to follow in the Winfield City Cemetery. The visitation will be held on Tuesday from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. service time at the Church.

In Lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the following . . .

The Winfield First Baptist Church

Building Fund

P.O. Box 237

Winfield, Alabama 35594

Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Studdard family.

Marjorie Key Goodwin, age 76, entered into her reward on June 30, 2020.   On April 12, 1944, she became the first born to what would become a loving family of five. She was a 1962 graduate of Brilliant High School.

In 1966, she married the love of her life, and together they created a family complete with three wonderful sons. They established a home based on their faith and raided their children together until his death in a mining accident in 1985. Marge was a loyal wife and strong mother. She cheered her boys on through every ballgame and led them through both the good and bad moments of life. She was incredibly hard working and held several careers throughout her lifetime; including seamstress, cosmetologist, florist and LPN.

Marge devoted her life to the Lord and was a faithful member of the Brilliant Church of Christ. Those who were close to her will fondly remember the tender heart, cunning humor and endless hospitality. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her pride and joy. She raised them on her love of reading, game shows, Alabama football, and all things Elvis Presley. Her family members were never left wondering if they were loved, appreciated, and supported.

She is rejoining her husband, Larry Goodwin, brother DeWayne Key, and nephew, DeWayne Key, Jr. Mrs. Goodwin is survived by her parents, Leonard and Amelia Key, children, Scott Goodwin (Wendy), Bill Goodwin (Maggie) and David “Doo” Goodwin, grandchildren, Lindsey Jackson (Brian), Jordan Goodwin, Cari Stough (Dustin), Taylor Goodwin and Madison Goodwin, great-grandchildren, Kane Rushing, Ella Jace Jackson, Kennedy Stough, Kye Jackson, and Sawyer Stough, a brother, David Key (Dean), niece, Rena Mays (Mark) and nephews, Jeff Key (Natalie), Dale Key, and Barry Key, a host of other nieces, nephews and friends, including her lifelong friend, Lynn Whitehead.

The funeral service for Mrs. Goodwin will be held on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 12:00 noon from the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in the Brilliant Memorial Garden. Visitation will be held on Thursday, July 2, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

Though her passing will leave a void in the lives of her loved ones, the lessons she taught and the memories they shared will always be with them. The loss of a mother or grandmother can never be replaced, but the love of a mother or grandmother can never be lost.

Mr. Dong Lee Tyre, age 66 of the Bazemore Community, passed away on Saturday, June 26, 2020 at the Diversicare Healthcare Center in Winfield.  Mr. Tyre is survived by his children, Stephanie Tyre and Douglas Tyre both of Jasper.  He was preceded in death by his parents, John Clay Tyre and Pauline Enis Tyre, a sister, Linda Tyre and brother, Jamie Tyre.  A memorial service will be announced at a later date.  Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield serving the Tyre family