Obituary of Faye Lynnelle Hadley
Faye Lynnelle Hadley, 91, of the Spring Bank Community, Chatom, AL. got her wings on Sept. 24th 2020, at the home of her daughter, Brenda Thornton. She was born on Jan. 16, 1929 in Greenville, Texas, to Larkin Jasper and Myrle Dean Mullings Brumley. She was proceeded in death by her father and mother, her husband Rudolph Roy Polensky and second husband Joe Hadley, her brothers, Austin, HT, and Jack Brumley and her sisters, Edna Stone, Frankie Socha, Hazel Gola, Wanda Jo Smith, and Thelma Gola, two sons in law, Jimmy Thornton and Steve Baggett. They will all be standing at the gates to greet her when she reaches her heavenly home. She lived most of her life in Texas only moving to Alabama in later years to be near her daughter, Brenda. She was a very Christian woman of the Pentecostal faith. She leaves behind two daughers, Brenda Thornton, of Chatom, Al. and Patti Baggett of Jackson, four grandsons, Roy Thornton, Jimmy(Pam) Thornton, Shane (Angie) Thornton and Steve Baggett, Jr.; seven great grandchildren and two great - great grandchildren.
Graveside Services will be Saturday, September 26, 2020, at 1:00 PM at Springbank Baptist Church Cemetery. Bro. Ricky Revette will be officiating with St. Stephens Funeral Home directing.
Pallbearers ~ Lucas, Zach, Kendall, Jimmy, Roy & Steve
Honorary Pallbearers ~ Shane, Ross & Cody
Faye liked the song "Take a Trip" that was sung by Marty Stuart. The lyrics are as followed:
I'm gonna take a trip
On that old gospel ship
I'm going far beyond the sky
I'm gonna shout and sing
Until the heaven's ring
When I bid this world Goodbye.
Faye had written a letter before her passing for her children:
As I am getting older and weaker I know my time here is drawing near, I first wanted to add a line to this.
I have had such a great life and want to give thanks where thanks belongs to the on and only Jesus Christ, so many times I have gotten angry and began to feel sorry for myself, but that was the worst thing anyone can do. You are suppose to thank God for the health and family he has given you and me, so when you hurt and feel all alone, think of all the good things he has given you. We are all his children and he has no favorite one, he loves us all the same. This is what I want you to remember in your times of sadness. “Thank Him”
Love you so much
In Lieu of flowers, donations maybe made to Spring Bank Baptist Church Cemetery Fund.
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