Norman Curtis Weeks Sr.
Norman Curtis Weeks, Sr. 74, of Columbus passed away on February 28, 2014 at St. Francis Hospital.
Mr. Week s was born April 20, 1939 in Cullman, Alabama to the late Auburn Chesley Weeks and Stella Graham Weeks. He was a member of First Baptist Church. He received his Undergrad from the University of Alabama, and received his Masters Degree from Georgia State University.
Mr. Weeks was an educator for 38 years. His teaching, coaching and administration experience included post at Stewart County High School, Wynnton School, Brookstone School and Rigdon Road. He impacted many students lives. Mr. Weeks was also a long time high school official for 25 years and officiated basketball, football, softball, and baseball in the metro and surrounding areas. Mr. Weeks loved his family and friends and he never met a stranger.
Survivors include his wife; Susan Bremer Weeks, a sister; Janice Weeks Bishop (Tim), sons; Curt Weeks, Jr. (Amie) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Shane Weeks (Natalie) of Birmingham, Alabama, grandchildren; Hannah and Bailee Weeks of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Luke Weeks of Birmingham, Alabama. Nieces and nephews; Kimetha Eysel (Bart) of Columbus, Georgia, Steven Inman (Tracy) of Trussville, Alabama, David Inman (Carrie) of Buford, Georgia, and David Bishop of Birmingham, Alabama, great-nieces and nephews; Mack, Anna, Abigail, and Carter Inman all of Trussville, Alabama, Bremer and Clara Eysel of Columbus, Georgia, Sophie and Avery Inman of Buford, Georgia.
Funeral services for Mr. Weeks will be held at 11:00 am, Monday, March 3, 2014 in the chapel of Striffler-Hamby 4071 Macon Road Columbus, Georgia, with Dr. Jimmy Elder officiating. A private graveside will follow.
The family will receive friends at their home on Sunday, March 2nd from 4-6 pm.
Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to; First Baptist Church 212 12th Street Columbus, Georgia 31901 in memory of Norman Curtis Weeks, Sr.
Flowers and online condolences may be offered at www.shcolumbus.com
Norman Curtis Weeks Sr.
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Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman City Police Department for Friday, Saturday and Sunday:
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