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Julius Clayton Riner

By Staff
December 29, 2002
Funeral for Julius Clayton Riner, 62, of Hartselle was Wednesday, January 1, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Tabor Methodist Church with the Rev. Donald Riner officiating.
Burial was in the adjoining cemetery with Peck Funeral Home directing.
Mr. Riner died Sunday, Dec. 29, 2002 at Decatur General Hospital. A native of Lawrence County, he was retired from Copeland Corp.
He is survived by his wife, Glenda Parker Riner of Hartselle; three daughters, Glenda E. Stroup of Decatur, Judy Lawrence of Jasper and Flora Stephenson of Cullman; seven brothers, William H. Riner of Charleston, S.C., Benford H. Riner of Hartselle, Donald R. Riner of Sumter, S.C., Harold Riner of Pinewood, S.C., Wayne Riner of Florence, Randy Riner of Scranton, S.C. and Ronald Riner of Coward, S.C.; four sisters, Juanita Sheets of David Station, S.C., Patricia Watson of Goodletsville, Tenn., Donnie Davis of Holly Pond and Linda Pirkle of Arley; five grandchildren; and one great grandchild.
Pallbearers were Scott Riner, Christopher Snow, Jeremy Stephenson, Michael Riner, Jimmy Parker, Gilbert Parker, Patrick Riner and Winfred D. Riner, Jr.

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