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Lula Mae (Elliott) Ayers

July 10, 1951 ~ April 7, 2020 (age 68)

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Obituary

Private Graveside Service for  Mrs. Lula M. Elliott Ayers, 68 of Decatur, Alabama will be noon Friday, April 10, 2020 at Decatur City Cemetery with the Reverend Michael Jones officiating.

Lula Mae Elliott Ayers was born July 10, 1951 to the late James Robert Sr. and Lola Mae Elliott in Lawrence County, Alabama. She fulfilled her earthly duty and the Lord called her home on April 7, 2020 peacefully at her residence in Decatur, Alabama.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, James Elliott Jr.

She graduated from Tennessee Valley High School and received her Cosmetology Certification at  Calhoun College in Cosmetology.  She was then employed at Bellsouth for 25 years as an operator.

She confessed her hope in Christ at an early age and joined Flower Hill Church in Hillsboro, AL.  She later joined St. James C.P.A  Church where she served as an usher until her health began to failed.

Lula Mae leaves to cherish her memory: her loving husband Pertis Ayers Sr. of Decatur, AL; two loving sons, Darrius Elliott of Atlanta GA and Pertis (Cynthia) Ayers Jr. of Huntsville AL; one daughter, Katrina (James) White of Decatur, AL; nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren; sister, Lois Carson of TN; two brothers in-law: Joe (Ann) Ayers of Newnan, GA, John (Shirley) Ayers of Hillsboro AL;  three sisters-in-law, Janice Ellison, Joyce Taylor both of Decatur, AL and Eva Wortham of  Philadelphia and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

 

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Services

Graveside Service
Friday
April 10, 2020

12:00 PM
Decatur City Cemetery
1001 Wilson Street NW
Decatur, Alabama 35601

Please note
COVID-19 GUIDELINES Dr. Scott Harris, State Health Officer, and Governor Kay Ivey have issued the most recent State Health Order to protect Alabama citizens from the spread of the dangerous COVID-19 virus. The Alabama State Health Order requires our bereaved families and Funeral Establishment members to: In the State Health Order, all in-person gatherings are limited to 10 people. Funeral Establishment members will be assisting families in planning small graveside, chapel, church, and visitation services that meet the 10 in-person gathering order. Opportunities for larger memorial or celebration of life services will be offered after the COVID-19 State Health Order is lifted.
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