Beulah Mae Hunter Gentry

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BEULAH MAE HUNTER GENTRY ASHEVILLE – Beulah Mae Hunter Gentry, 72, died on Sunday, February 6, 2011, at the John F. Keever Solace Center. A native of Madison Co., she is the daughter of Carl Hunter of Phenix City, Alabama, and the late Zora Mae Morgan. She is survived by daughters Linda Howard and husband David of Phenix City, AL, Elaine Wells and husband Sonny of Phenix City, AL, Brenda Carr and husband Jeff of Wallace, NC, Debra Austin and husband Thomas of Candler; sons James O'Dell and wife Gina of Waverly Hall, GA, and Michael C. O'Dell of Candler; 14 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great grandchild. A funeral service for Mrs. Gentry will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Patton Avenue chapel of Groce Funeral Home, with the Revs. Stan Welch and Aaron Clardy officiating. Interment will follow at Green Hills Cemetery. Her family will receive friends one hour before the service.

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  1. I am sorry for your lose. I didn’t really to know beulah. She was my aunt though. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. May God keep you close in this time of loss.

    ‘Therefore you now have sorrow; but i will see you again and our heart will rejoice, and your joy no one will take from you.’ John 16:22
    God will bless you and confort you in his own loving way.
    -Hortensia, Andrea, Leslie and Jerry.

  3. Beulah was my very good friend and like a mother to me. We shared alot of stories about our children and she was always listening to me tell her something about Kelly and Adam. I miss her terribly and my heart aches for her. I loved her so much. She was a good person and will be greatly missed by her children and those who loved her. Love, Jenny

  4. Beulah is my 1st cousin. Carl is my mothers brother and had tried to find where he was recently. Had no idea Beulah was sick and in Solice. I had a Greenville SC # but tried to call it and found it was no longer in service. I am so sorry for your loss. Would love to know about Carl if possible.

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