Ms. Phyllis A. Jennings Russaw was born on August 13, 1961 to the late James and Gladys Pearson Jennings in Alexander City, Alabama. She attended Tallapoosa County School System.
At an early age she attended the Apostolic Faith Temple which later became Liberty Life Christian Center. She was employed with Russell Corporation for many years. She was known and loved by many. She was part of a loving, caring Family in which a link has been removed from this chain.
She was preceded in death by her Parents, James and Gladys Jennings, Sisters, Carolyn Jennings Doss, Mary E. Jennings Davis, Alisa C. Jennings Harrell and two nephews, Tyangus Anderson and Howard C. Davis.
She leaves to Cherish her memories a Companion Mr. Willie Lee Gaddis (his two sons: Brodrick and Deon Gaddis) of Goodwater, Alabama. Two sons, Kenyatta Tyrone (Cynthia) Jennings of Anniston Alabama and Anthony Nell Jennings of Alexander City. One daughter Mrs. Reshida Antanese (Donny) Belyeu of Alexander City. Two grandchildren, Malesha Lee-Ann Jones, and ALivia Ann Belyeu both of Alexander City, Alabama. Four Sisters, Wanda Jennings (Levi) Law, Waydean Jennings Payne, Shirley Jennings Holley of Alexander City. Barbara Jennings (Ray) Henderson of Birmingham, Alabama. One brother James Michael (Sherry) Jennings of Alexander City. One brother-in-law, Mr. JC Doss of Alexander City. Four aunts, Mrs. Lottie Pearson (George) Mosley of Henderson Kentucky. Mrs. Betty Pearson Spinks of Anniston Alabama. Mrs. Janie Jennings Goffer of Sylacauga Alabama, and Mrs. Clara (Paul) Banks of Alexander City. A host of step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.
Best Friends – Brenda Russell and Della Banks
A Special thank you to Kristy Belyeu for everything you did. Thank you to Coosa Valley, Grandview Medical Center, Russell Medical Center and Hospice.