Thomasville Times Enterprise


May 19, 2014

Local deaths May 20

THOMASVILLE — Albert Lee Choice Jr., 60, of Thomasville, died Friday at Archbold Hospital. Local survivors include his mother, Jessie Lee Brown; father, Robert Brown Sr.; sister, Diane Ellis; brothers, John (Bill) Choice; brother, the Rev. Clement Choice; sisters, Sharon Brown Albright, Verna Choice, Angela Choice and Kimberly Harnevious all of Thomasville. — Hatcher-Peoples Funeral Home

Pauline Kerbo, 91, died Saturday. Local survivors include children; Charlie Kerbo, John Wessley Kerbo, Eva Paul Green, Raymond Kelly Kerbo, Lester C. Kerbo Sr., Clifford Kerbo, Jackie Lovett, Carolyn Simmons, Darlene Booker and Tracey Grant all of Thomasville. — Hopkins Funeral Home

Enoch Little of Connecticut and formerly of Cairo died Saturday at John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington, Conn. — Weston’s Funeral Home

Clynelle Duncan Sanders of Cairo died Saturday at Archbold Hospital. — Weston’s Funeral Home

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