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Harold D. Griffith, 73

Harold Dean Griffith, 73, of Robbins, passed away July 10, 2019.

Born February 27, 1946, he was preceded in death by his wife, Ila Jane Griffith; father, Boyant Sexton; brothers: Gaither, Arzo, Ernest, Bill, Ira, and Tommy Griffith; sister, Edith Shannon; and grandparents, Gilbert and Odessie Griffith.

He is survived by his children: Connie (J. T.) Crampton Pioneer, David (Polly) Griffith of Robbins, and Eric (Jill) Griffith of Oneida; grandchildren: Dusty Griffith and Nathan Griffith, both of Helenwood, Jake Crampton of Wheatland, Calif., Hannah Duncan of Robbins, and Brooklyn Jeffers, and Bayleigh, Zane, and Lydia Griffith, all of Oneida; great-grandchildren: Aleeyah, Pazelynn, Brineeigh, Addison, Avery, and Nora Mae; mother, Opal Sexton of Robbins; brother, Delbert (Mable) Griffith and Flonnie (Clyde) Zachary, both of Robbins; sisters: Ivanzee O’Neal of Oneida, Ethel Hamby of Robbins, Nadine Fredrick of Vermillion, Ohio, and Shirley (Whitmer) Lawson of Louisville, Ky.; in-laws: David (Pat) Kirby of LaFollette, Wayne Kirby of Robbins, Freida Lane of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Brenda (Lyhue) Crowley of Winona; and many other relatives and friends.

The family was to have received friends from 4 p.m. until time of funeral service at 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 17, in the chapel of Four Oaks Funeral Home-Huntsville with Bro. Carlie Duncan and Bro. Michael Massengale officiating. Music was to have been provided by Alora Beth Lowe.

Arrangements by Four Oaks Funeral Home-Huntsville.

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