A private family service for Sally May Dobbins, 84, of Corinth will be held Saturday with internment in Henry Cemetery. Mask and social distancing will be required.
Mrs. Dobbins died Wednesday, Oct. 14 at her residence. Born December 11. 1935, she was a beautician. She was of the Baptist faith and was a member of the Tate Baptist Church. Mrs. Dobbins loved to cook and give her creations to the sick. She enjoyed gardening, crappie fishing and playing rook. Her grands and great grands were her life and she loved spending time with her husband Charles Lee “Hun”” Dobbins of Corinth.
Survivors include her husband of 68 years; her daughters, Deborah Dobbins Haney of Gulf Shores, Ala. and Lee Ann McDuffy (Brett) of Corinth; seven grandchildren, Darale Haney, Amber Haney, Kristin Haney Ward (Caleb), Joshua McDuffy, Jacob McDuffy, Charles Caleb Haney and Jordan McDuffy; three great grandchildren, Charlsi Ward, Landon Ward and Oakleigh Claire Ward; brothers, R.M. Brooks (Linda) of Corinth, Harry Brooks of Corinth; Rudy Brooks (Shirley) of Knoxville, Tenn. and Ricky Brooks (Kay) of Steamboat Springs, Colo; sisters, Bernice Jackson of Corinth and Carrie Brock of Ripley, Miss; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Richard and Otha Gilton Brooks; brothers, James Brooks and Paul Brooks; and sisters, Jo Ann Isom, Patsy Woodruff, Minerva Samples and Marsha Nelms.
Pallbearers were Darale Haney, Joshua McDuffy, Jacob McDuffy, Charles Caleb Haney, Jordan McDuffy and Caleb Ward.
Bro. Mickey Trammell officiated the service.
Magnolia Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Online guestbook: magnoliafuneralhome.net