RED BAY, AL. – Clyde E. Corble, 82, died Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at his residence. He was born in Alabama and was owner and operator of Clyde Corble Furniture Co. for over 25 years and in the furniture business for over 40 years. He was a member of Russellville Church of God and served both on the Red Bay and Russellville Church of God Council. He formerly served on the Red Bay City Council, Red Bay Hospital Board and was a former member of the Red Bay Lions Club. He had served in the National Guard.
Services will be Saturday, January 17, at 12 noon at Cornerstone Church of God, Red Bay, Al. with Bro. Greg Corble, Bro. Emmanuel Jackson and Bro. Nick McSpadden officiating. Burial will be in Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Russellville, Al. Deaton Funeral Home, Red Bay, Al. will be in charge of arrangements.
Survivors are his wife of 65 years – Mildred Corble, Red Bay, Al.; four children – Judy Moses (Wayne) and Debra Wood (Alan) all of Red Bay, Al., Missy Darracott (Ray) Russellville, Al. and Greg Corble (Bridgett) Tuscumbia, Al.; eleven grandchildren – Carla Childers (Joey), Chad Moses (Allison), Cayla Hardin (Nash), Jennifer Smith (Matt), Brooke Parker (Tyler), Steven Wood, Katie Darracott, Matt Darracott, Carly Corble, Caden Corble and Cyler Corble; seven great-grandchildren – Britley Hardin, Addie Hardin, Jackson Smith, Madilyn Smith, McKynli Childers, Annslie Moses and Riley Beth Parker and one sister – Peggy McGuire (Ollie) Russellville, Al.
He was preceded in death by a son, Larry Corble; grandson, Shane Corble; great-granddaughter, Emmie Moses, parents, Grady Corble and Linnie King Corble, two brothers, Roy and Johnny Corble and two sisters, Barbara Corble and Margarette Powell.
Pallbearers will be Chad Moses, Steven Wood, Matt Darracott, Matt Smith, Tyler Parker, Joey Childers and Nash Hardin. Honorary pallbearers will be Cyler Corble and Caden Corble.
Visitation will be Friday, January 16, 6-9 p.m. at Cornerstone Church of God.