Mrs. Alfreda Warren left her earthly home to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 28th at Baptist Medical Center South in Montgomery, AL. She was 64 Years of age.
The City of Ozark lost a beloved pillar of our community on February 28, 2021 when Alfreda Warren gained her wings at Baptist Medical Center South. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and loved ones. Her loving, caring, and positive spirit will forever be missed.
She was born on July 20, 1956 to the late Ivory Junior Warren and Sally Beatrice McCleod which was during the Civil Rights Movement. During her adolescence, she was baptized at First Baptist Church of Ozark, AL. She was a graduate of class 1973 from Carroll High School. She was an active member of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Clayhatchee, AL, were she was on the usher board and choir member. Alfreda was also known for her extraordinary Culinary & Catering skills, as well as her career in the Hospice field. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She had an outgoing personality that allowed her to brighten up any room. She was extremely well known and prided herself on her southern hospitality. Throughout her life, Alfreda was very hard-working, ambitious, well-traveled and cultured.
She is survived by her two sisters and brother: Lesia McKenzie, Irish Jones (Joel Jones) & Christopher Warren; her late sister Valerie Warren. She is survived of her two daughters and only son: Kimi Speaks, Sally Speaks, and Yhasif Speaks; Her 10 grandchildren: Asia Speaks, Dexter Currington Jr., London Speaks, Paris Sistrunk, Teyana Jackson, Keyana Jackson, Tywan Sistrunk, Jamariayna Lewis, Joseph Glanton, Jo’Kinsley Glanton; her 6 great-grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.
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