Jule Norris

By Staff
'December 17, 2002
Funeral for Jule Norris, 58, of Moulton was Friday Dec. 20, at 2 p.m. at Center Baptist Church in Lawrence County with the Rev. Keith Jones officiating.
Burial was in the adjoining cemetery with Peck Funeral Home directing.
Mrs. Norris died Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Baptist Lawrence Medical Center in Moulton. She was the widower of Andrew Pete Norris.
She is survived by her common law husband, Robert Dotson of Moulton; two sons, Timmie Norris and Anthony Norris, both of Moulton; two daughters, Charlotte Hubbard of Danville and Sedena Hubbard of Falkville; her mother, Tinnie Melinda (Franklin) May of Moulton; three brothers, Brice Clenton May, Clenton May, and Curtis May, all of Moulton; six sisters, Shirley Kelley of Hillsboro, Brenda Glover and Sandra Dean, both of Moulton, Glendia Wilhite and Patricia Morton, both of Cullman and JoAnn Alexander of Danville; and 10 grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Charles Anthony, Toney Allen, Jonathan May, Mike Morgan, Randy Alexander and Johnny Morton.

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