Opal Milam 4 November 1969
Mrs. Opal Milam's Funeral Is Slated Final rites for Mrs. Opal Milam, 38, of Glen White will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Fred X. Williams Funeral in Sophia with Rev. Wesley Grose in charge. Mrs. Milam died in her *t 9:45 p.m. Sunday of an apparent heart attack. Born Nov. 8, 1929, in Va., she was a daughter of Ellen Sloan, Glen White, and the late West Spencer. Additional survivors include her husband, Harry Thomas Milam; two sons, Buddy and Tommy, both of Glen White; four daughters, Mrs. Finley Hale, Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Lawrence Richards, Mary, Cathy, all of Glen White; brothers, James, Mead, Willard, Crab Orchard, Jesse, Pierpoint, Dillard, Cleveland, Ohio, Willy and Tommy, Illinois, and Spencer, Homecreek, Va.; four sisters, Mrs. Ollie Snow, Illinois, Illinois, Mrs. Betty W i l Florida, Mrs. Oakie Payne, South Carolina, and Juanita Spencer, address unknown, and Â»ne grandchild. The body will remain at funeral home where friends may call after 5 p.m. today.