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Obituaries

July 10, 2014

Willie Ralph Wilder

THOMASVILLE — Services for Willie Ralph Wilder (Pau Pau) of Cairo are at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, July 12, 2014, at House of Joy, 6057 Hwy. 319 South, Thomasville. Dr. Verbertha Tillis, pastor officiating. Pallbearers are Terrell Tise, Donald Corker, Antavius Robinson, Jermyrn Bodiford, Stanley James Jr., Tyrone Taylor and Brandon Jackson. Mr. Wilder died July 5 at his residence. He was the son of the late Ralph and Eula Mae Johnson Wilder. He was married to Dollie Mae Smith and a member of House of Joy where he served as deacon. Survivors include his wife, Dollie Mae Wilder of Cairo; daughters, Cherlyn Barber of Cairo, Brunetta Pace (Ike) of Pelham; son, Ralph Fred Wilder (Kanova) of Cairo; daughters, June Carter, Sundra Wilder, Sondra Bodiford all of Cairo; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters, Mary Liza Wilder, Joann Grant both of Atlanta, Evelyn Benton (Edward) of Covington, Patsy Brown of Carrollton; brothers, Joseph Wilder (Audrey) of Texas, David Wilder, Victor Wilder (Miranda), Bobby Saddler, Gary Saddler, James Saddler all of Atlanta, Reggie Saddler of Alabama; aunts, Louise Beasley, Vora McCoy both of Carrollton; and numerous neices, nephews, cousins, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and friends. — Weston’s Funeral Home

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