Wilma R. Brickle
DAWSON — Wilma Register Brickle, 78, of Blackshear, formerly of Dawson, died Sunday (March 29, 2015).
The memorial service will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Chickasawhatchee Baptist Church in Dawson.
Visitation will be today from 5 until 7 p.m. at Harvey Funeral Home in Dawson.
She was born in Adel, Oct. 26, 1936, daughter of the late Albert Register and Avis Cosper Register. She was married to the late Rev. Harry Leroy Brickle for many years and they lived in Tifton before moving to Bronwood in 1987. She moved to Dawson after the death of her husband.
She was a paraprofessional with the Tift County School System and worked as a music teacher for the Terrell County School System for many years after she moved to Terrell County.
Following her retirement, she returned to work as a bookkeeper and teller at the Bank of Dawson.
She was a well know resident of Terrell County and was loved by many. She was a gracious volunteer to share her music with all people, and served as pianist at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Bronwood Baptist Church and later at Chickasawhatchee Baptist Church in Dawson.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Harry Brickle, and a brother, Wilton Register.
Survivors include two daughters, Sonia Prescott (Russ), of Bronwood, and Susan Brickle (Debbie Hinson), of Blackshear; three grandchildren, Luke Prescott (Kristen) and Graham Prescott, of Baton Rouge, La., and Haley Prescott, of Albany; two great-grandchildren, Daisy Prescott and Selene Prescott.
Memorials may be made to CureJM in honor of Daisy Prescott in memory of Wilma Brickle at curejm.org
The online registry is available for condolences at harveyfuneralhome.com
Lonnie W. Pittman
A funeral for Lonnie W. Pittman was held Monday afternoon at Suwannee Chapel Church of God of Prophecy with the Rev. Tracy Pounders officiating.
Burial followed in Suwannee Chapel Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Merrill Beverly, Morris Beverly, William Pittman, Eddie Strickland, John Thomas and Jake Walker.
Honorary pallbearers were members of the Men’s Sunday School Class, Horace Martin, Gerald Pittman and David Taft.
Music Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.