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With very heavy hearts, the Minnefield family of Wedowee, regretfully announce the passing from this life of our beloved mother, grandmother and sister, Agnes Minnefield, 91, a native and long-time resident of Wedowee. Mrs. Minnefield transitioned from this life on Monday, October 23, 2023 at her residence, Wedowee. We will always remember and cherish her for being a wonderful wife to our father, the late Arthur Minnefield and mother to all of us. We request your prayers as we anticipate the celebration of her life, legacy and homegoing. We thank all of our friends and loved ones for the love and prayers that have already come our way since her passing...
In Loving Memory Of Agnes L. (Green) Minnefield
Agnes peacefully departed this life on Monday evening, October 23, 2023. She was a daughter of Randolph County, born in Wedowee, to the late Carl and Annie (Houston) Green on November 9, 1931. Agnes was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Minnefield; daughter, Susie Patricia (Trish) Turner; grandson, Michael (Beetlebug) Houston; and parents, Carl and Annie (Houston) Green; a sister and four (4) brothers.
At an early age, Agnes accepted Christ and married Arthur Minnefield young as well. Their union gave rise to two (2) children, Susie "Trish" and Warren. In the 1950's Agnes and Arthur moved to Dayton, Ohio, where she was a Member and Board Member of Canaan Baptist Church. Agnes worked at Mendenhall Cleaners for 24 years. Later, in 1974 she accepted employment at Wright State University where she labored for 20 years, as a Supervisor over Housekeeping. After their retirement, in 1994 Agnes and Arthur moved back to Wedowee where she reunited with Zion Rest Baptist Church and attended faithfully until she fell ill.
Agnes leaves to cherish fond and loving memories, her son Warren Minnefield (Julia); sisters, Naconia Robinson of Cincinnati, Ohio and Emma Jean Green of Wedowee, Alabama; grandchildren: Lamont Colquitt of Dayton, Ohio; Darron Houston of Columbus, Ohio; David Minnefield, of Wedowee, AL; Barbette Baguidy (Donnie) of Rex, Georgia; Warren Minnefield, II (Karla) of Wedowee, AL; and Deric "Chad" Minnefield of Stone Mountain, GA; ten (10) great-grandchildren; and seven (7) great great-grandchildren; a special great-great grandson Jay'Denn E. Minnefield; and finally but not least a special nephew, Barry Thurman (Sheila) of Douglasville, GA.
PLEASE NOTE: All service times shown: reflect Central Daylight Time
PASTOR: Moderator Emeritus, Reverend William Phillips (Pastor, Zion Rest Baptist Church)
OFFICIATING: Pastor William Phillips
EULOGIST: Pastor William Philips
OTHER MINISTERS SHARING THE ROSTER: Reverend Craig McClure (Pastor, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Delta, AL), and Reverend Deric C. Minnefield VOCALISTS: Mary Jewell McClure
ACTIVE PALLBEARERS:Nephews and Grandsons FLOWER BEARERS: Friends and Relatives Of The Family PLEASE NOTE MASKING CONSIDERATIONS... CLARK MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICE MASKING CONSIDERATIONS... Our sincere prayers for comfort and peace are sent forth during this time of sadness; and as always, we express deepest gratitude to our communities for sharing with the Minnefield and Green families during the very difficult loss of their beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, Mrs. Agnes L. Minnefield
The State of Alabama does not have a state-wide mask mandate however, WE ASK all visitors and guests of the family to please note that the incidence of COVID-19 cases throughout Alabama are rising.
**Masking IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED** but not required
VOCALISTS: Mary Jewell McClure
ACTIVE PALLBEARERS:Nephews and Grandsons
FLOWER BEARERS: Friends and Relatives Of The Family
PLEASE NOTE MASKING CONSIDERATIONS...
CLARK MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICE MASKING CONSIDERATIONS...
Our sincere prayers for comfort and peace are sent forth during this time of sadness; and as always, we express deepest gratitude to our communities for sharing with the Minnefield and Green families during the very difficult loss of their beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, Mrs. Agnes L. Minnefield