Annie Clyde Croswell Martin

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Annie Clyde Croswell Martin, 59, of Academy St. in Troy died Thursday, Jan. 13, 2000 at Edge Regional Medical Center.

Her funeral will be at 2 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 20 at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Orion with the Rev. E. D. Glover. Burial will follow at Bethlehem Cemetery. George F. Grubbs Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

Survivors include husband, Claude A. Martin; adopted daughter, Shana Mc Murrian; mother, Bessie J. Parker; sisters Jewel (Charles) Clouten; Myrtle Johnson; Jessie (Ike) Williams; Lula Parker; Gloria Parker; brothers, Willie C. Townsend; John; Charlie (Bernice); Willie (Cynthia); Nathaniel (Sharon); Rex (Jackie); Rickey (Priscilla) Parker; cousin, Callie Alloway; extended family, Ernestine (Jerome) Ross; Jimmy (Shirley) Croswell; Myrtle (Bennie) Pritchett; Queen (Cleveland) Tucker; Linda (Eldridge) Knight; Annette (Willie) Jones; Alfred and Melvin Croswell; sisters-in-law, Pauline Martin; Beatrice (Abe) Bland; Doris Martin; brother-in-law, Edward Martin; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

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Pallbearers will be her nephews, Derrick Clowden, Anthony Clowden, Carl Johnson, Ernest Johnson, Jarrod Wilson, Nakia Berry, Rickey Parker, Reginald Parker, Bryan Jones, Delgvardo Parker, Dexter Parker, and Antonio Parker.

Floralbearers will be her nieces, Veronica Glasco, Janice Johnson, Tonya McLaurie, LaFaye Williams, Tora Clowden, Cheryl Parker, Jessica Parker, Selena Townsend, Tina Townsend, Sharonda Parker and Sheryl Mcbryde.

She was born on Oct. 1, 1940 in Pike County to Bessie J. Parker and the late Tommie Croswell. She was a graduate of Pike County Training School. She was employed by Halsey Drugs for over 30 years. She was a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church where she served as a member of the Usher Board.

Jan. 17, 2000 11 PM