In memory of
A.W. Hamrick
In memory of
A.W. Hamrick
A.W. "Bill" Hamrick passed away on February 19th. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Oma Jean Wallis. He is survived by his brother Clifton Hamrick (Billie), sisters Betty Hamrick Smith (Milton), and Dorothy Hamrick Carson (James), his sons James (Anne), David (Donna), and daughter Lauri, four granddaughters, a grandson, and nine great-grandchildren. He was born on May 22, 1929, to J.C. and Sallie Hamrick, one of 12 siblings. He grew up in rural Georgia and Alabama living on a farm. He attended J.B. Pennington High School. He joined the Navy and honorably served his country during the Korean War on a Destroyer. In 1951, Bill met and married Oma Jean and they were together for 63 years. Bill worked for Convair in San Diego for 17 years as an Electronics Research Technician. In 1972, he moved his family back to Alabama, retiring in later years and moving to the Alabama coast Bill loved the beach and he and Oma lived in Lillian, Alabama for 20 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and being outdoors. Bill requested that there be no memorial service due to the pandemic risk."
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In memory of
A.W. Hamrick
A.W. "Bill" Hamrick passed away on February 19th. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Oma Jean Wallis. He is survived by his brother Clifton Hamrick (Billie), sisters Betty Hamrick Smith (Milton), and Dorothy Hamrick Carson (James), his sons James (Anne), David (Donna), and daughter Lauri, four granddaughters, a grandson, and nine great-grandchildren. He was born on May 22, 1929, to J.C. and Sallie Hamrick, one of 12 siblings. He grew up in rural Georgia and Alabama living on a farm. He attended J.B. Pennington High School. He joined the Navy and honorably served his country during the Korean War on a Destroyer. In 1951, Bill met and married Oma Jean and they were together for 63 years. Bill worked for Convair in San Diego for 17 years as an Electronics Research Technician. In 1972, he moved his family back to Alabama, retiring in later years and moving to the Alabama coast Bill loved the beach and he and Oma lived in Lillian, Alabama for 20 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and being outdoors. Bill requested that there be no memorial service due to the pandemic risk."
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