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April 1, 2014

Winston Douglas Hurst

Graveside services for Winston Douglas Hurst, 59, of Meigs will be at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, April 2, 2014, at Meigs Sunset Cemetery. Glenn Barfield will be officiating. Hurst was born on November 10, 1954, in Camilla, Ga. to Christine Stanaland Hurst and the late James Robert Hurst. He was a retired roofer and a Jehovah’s Witness by faith. Hurst passed away on Monday, March 31, 2014, at his home. Survivors include daughter, Crystal DeAnna Fuller and her husband, Jonathan of Cusseta, Ala.; grandchildren, Brandon Hines, Blain Hines and Austin Fuller; sister, Carla Brinkley and her husband, Randy of Meigs, Ga., Carol Davis and her husband, Glenn of Abbeville, Ala; nephews, J.R.  Brinkley of Meigs, Ga., Tim Davis of Dothan, Ala., Kevin Davis of Abbeville, Ala., Jeffery Davis of Abbeville, Ala.; and mother, Christine Stanaland Hurst. He was preceded in death by father, James Robert Hurst; son, Kendall Douglas Hurst; and nephew, Brandon Anderson. To share your deepest sympathies and fondest memories, sign the online register book at www.jamerson-braswell.com. — Jamerson-Braswell Funeral Home

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