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Margie Heeth Vann Cashwell Passes Away

2012-05-08 16:29 by Ted Suchaski

Margie Heeth Vann Cashwell

Margie Heeth Vann Cashwell
July 21, 1930 - May 5, 2012

Hurtsboro, AL- Margie Heeth Vann Cashwell. 81, died peacefully in her sleep at her home in Hurtsboro, Alabama on May 5, 2012.

Mrs. Cashwell was born July 21, 1930 in Thomasville, GA, daughter of the late Hugh Williams and Julia Heeth Vann. Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, Clarence Cashwell; a brother Bill Vann, and a sister, Judy Chambliss. She is survived by five children; Kaye Simonetta (Lee) of Jacksonville, FL, Susan Pitts (Ron) of Columbus, H. C. (Buddy) Cashwell III (Susan), of LaGrange, GA, Dr. Marsha Cashwell (Jim Morpeth) of Columbus, and Heeth Cashwell of Phenix City. She had ten grandchildren; Cassie and Cochran Pitts, Casey Simonetta, Spencer and Garrett Cashwell, Cash and Erin Morpeth, Angela Davis (Doug), A.J. Simonetta (Kristin), Tyson Cashwell, and three great grand-children. She is also survived by brothers and sisters-in-law Milton and Sue Cashwell of Americus, Ray and Geraldine Smith of Blakely, and George Chambliss of Hurtsboro.

Mrs. Cashwell spent the early part of her life in Thomasville, GA, but lived most of it in Hurtsboro raising her five children. She graduated from Russell County High School and attended the University of Alabama. Mrs. Cashwell worked at Farmers and Merchants Bank of Russell County and Sehoy Plantation. She was a lifelong member of the Hurtsboro United Methodist Church. Mrs. Cashwell was a member of the United Methodist Women and the Hurtsboro Literary Club. She enjoyed gardening, cooking, reading, and taking care of her children and grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 9 at 11:00 AM CDST at Hurtsboro United Methodist Church with a viewing one hour prior (10:00 am CDST) at the church. The family will receive friends Tuesday night from 5:00-8:00 CDST and also following the service at the Cashwell home.

Flowers are welcome or donations may be made to the Hurtsboro United Methodist Church or the Alzheimer's Association.

The family would like to thank the friends of Hurtsboro for the love shown to both of their parents throughout the years. Special thanks to the caretakers for their loving devotion to our Mother.

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