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Obit: Evonne Creekmore Singleton Sartain
Posted by: Wayne (ID *****5238) Date: October 23, 2011 at 11:34:54
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Red Bay, Ala. - Evonne Creekmore Singleton Sartain, 79, died Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, at her residence. She worked at Blue Bell and was a member of Hurricane Creek Missionary Baptist Church.

Services were at Deaton Funeral Home Chapel, Red Bay,with burial in Ebenezer Cemetery.

Survivors included her husband, Carles Sartain of Red Bay; four daughters, Carolyn Scott (Steve), of Tuscumbia, Ala., Karen Smith, of Cleburne, Texas, Sharon Stacy (B.D.), of Red Bay and Tammy Cook (Ronnie) of Belmont; three stepchildren, Danny Sartain (Linda), of Mountain View, Ark., Rodney Sartain, of Fulton, Rhonda Sartain, of Amory; fifteen grandchildren, Stephanie Miss Kelly, Brent Scott, Bryan Smith, Tiffany Smith, Jon Stacy, Corey Davis, Brittany Davis, Colby Cook, Dalton Sartain, Alexis Sartain, Laura Sulek, Timothy Sartain, Autumn Sartain, Tia Sartain, and Brandon Sartain; seven great-grandchildren, Colten Cochran, Paylen Scott, Mason Smith, Wren Smith, Koel Smith, Brycen Davis and Chance Cook; three sisters, Bobbie Petty, Elsie Singleton, Icy Parker; three brothers, Carlos Creekmore, Larry Creekmore and Danny Creekmore.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, William "Bill" Singleton; son-in-law-Roger Smith; three brothers, Thurman, Belt and Bud Creekmore; one sister, Betty Sue Stanphill and her parents, Elvin Lesley and Beatrice Holland Creekmore.

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