Funeral services for Mr. Enos Lloyd Yeager, age 75 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 PM at Higgins Funeral Home with Rev. Marine Smith officiating. Burial will follow in Moore Cemetery.
A native of Birmingham, AL, he was the son of the late Ibra and Francis Luvenia Burke Yeager. He was retired form the US Army, was a dulcimer maker and a member of the Egam Community Church.
Survivors include sons Roy Yeager of Flintville, Danny Yeager of Belleville, Darrell of Hazel Green, AL, daugters Janice Vaughn of the Booneville Community, Brenda Ashford of Minor Hill, sister Charlotte Tallman of Alabaster, AL, 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was prceded in death by a sister Velma Sullivan and two grandsons.
Visitation with the family will be Monday evening form 5-8 PM at Higgins Funeral Home.
It is so hard as human beings to allow God to mold us to be lnviog, caring, sorrowful individuals and knowing that it is in our nature to sin hurts both us and Him!But confession and repentance, has opened doors to God that I never ever knew existed. Being able to take off the robe of sin and be transparent to God is huge. It’s a wonderful experience but also one that doesn’t come easy. I need to be faithful to God, in all ways which then reflects in my actions as a human being His love to others.I am not perfect, I am not always faithful to God but when I am, I so feel His presence. I WANT to be faithful to him every minute of every day; oh God, do I ever!So, I’m trying to create habits in Him. Reading my bible is a big barrier for me but when I make it a habit to be in His word everyday it’s second nature. Confessing to my husband that I had a bad day and that’s why I yelled at him. Telling him that I’m sorry, repenting and asking for forgiveness also needs to become a habit not the yelling part but the confession and repentence part.That’s all for now I love God and want to please Him in all that I do ALL that I do!Heidi(it says Brian up top but it’s really me, Heidi)
Our loss here on earth is Heaven’s gain.
Our condolences to all. We have the dulcimer he made for us as a wedding present on display in the bookcase — it’s a nice tribute to him!