Mobile Obituaries

Mobile Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Mobile, AL

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  • Friday Jun 15 | via The Herald-Gazette 

    Oscar Wimberly

    Oscar Lewis Wimberly, 84, of 152 12th Street, Barnesville transitioned on June 5, 2018 at Wellstar Griffin Spalding Regional Hospital.


  • Tuesday Jun 12 | via Daily Mountain Eagle 

    Mary Jo Corry Glenn

    Mary Jo Corry Glenn of Mobile, AL passed away Saturday, June 9, 2018. Mary Jo, affectionately known as "Gaga," was born November 24, 1951 in Oakman, AL.


  • Wednesday Jun 6 | via CBS News 

    Last surviving "Wizard of Oz" munchkin dea...

    Jerry Maren, the last surviving member of the group of actors who portrayed the munchkins from "The Wizard of Oz," has died, his niece and a California medical examiner's office confirmed to CBS News. He was 98. Maren died in San Diego on May 24, according to his niece, Stacy Michelle Barrington of Mobile, Alabama.


  • May 20, 2018 | via The Messenger 

    Claude W. Abrams

    A service honoring Claude's life will be at 2:00 p.m. MonA day, May 21, St. Paul Lutheran Church with the Rev. Allen Henderson officiating.


  • May 20, 2018 | via Sea Coast Echo 

    Michael John Lang

    Mr. Lang was a lifetime resident of Bay St. Louis. He was of the Catholic Faith, member of the Knights of Columbus, and served in the US Navy.


  • May 11, 2018 | via Daily Tribune News 

    Clifford Homer Albritton Jr.

    Clifford Homer "Clip" Albritton Jr. - devoted husband, father and grand-father passed away May 9, 2018 after a short illness with pneumonia. Mr. Albritton was born August 12, 1934 in Mobile, AL to the late Clifford Homer Albritton Sr. and Mae Hodges Albritton.


  • May 7, 2018 | via Herald Gazette 

    Winifred S. Crockett

    Born Sept. 22, 1922, to Fair and Louese Stevens in Newfield, N.Y., Winnie lived in many place,s including Rochester, N.Y., Ithaca, N.Y., Norfolk, Va., Atlanta, Savannah, Ga., Jacksonville, Fla., Miami and Mobile, Ala., settling with her family in Arlington Heights, Ill., and later in Summit, N,J., Hancock, N.H., and Tenants Harbor before moving to Asheville, N.C., in 2015.


  • May 4, 2018 | via Los Angeles Times 

    John 'Jab'o' Starks, drummer for James Brown's band,...

    John "Jab'o" Starks, a drummer whose crisp, disciplined grooves propelled some of James Brown's biggest hits and helped define the offbeat rhythmic style of early funk and hip-hop, died May 1 at his home in Mobile, Ala. He was 79. His manager, Kathie Williams, said he had myelodysplastic syndrome, a bone marrow disorder, and was recently diagnosed with acute leukemia.