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Parks & Recs Employee Kenneth Lee Black, 66, Dies

Funeral Services were held Saturday, Aug. 31, from Hightower’s Memorial Chapel with Pastor Tom Kaplan and Pastor Josh Smith officiating.

Kenneth Lee Black, Sr., 66 of Winston, passed away, Thursday, Aug. 29.  He was born Nov. 4, 1946 in Fulton County to the late Walter Black and Mable Katherine Huffmaster. He worked during his career for the Porex Technology for 19 years and the City of Douglasville Parks and Recreation Department for 5 years. He was a member of Cowan Mill Baptist Church.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Roy Black and brother-in-law, Larry Eugene Moore.

Survivors are his wife, Hattie M. Crowley Black of Winston; son and daughter-in-law: Kenneth Lee and Kari Black, Jr. of Winston; daughters and sons-in-law: Sarah and Paul Martin, Cathy and Eddie Moore, all of Douglasville, Linda and Lee Parker of Tyrone; sisters and brother-in-law: Brenda and Mike Westbrook of Newnan, Helen Moore of Loganville; brothers and sisters-in-law: Gordon and Pat Black of McDonough, Hubert and Joyce Black of Sharpsburg, Ronald Black of Union City, Melvin and Sandra Black of Griffin and Jimmy and Doris Black of College Park; 13 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

Funeral Services were held Saturday, Aug. 31, from Hightower’s Memorial Chapel with Pastor Tom Kaplan and Pastor Josh Smith officiating. Music will be rendered by Reamon Beatty.  Interment will follow in the Holly Hill Memorial Park, Fairburn, GA with Steve Moss, Steve Pruitt, Brian Camp, Wade Walker, Josh Nelson and Elmer Horn serving as Pallbearers.  All of the grandchildren will serve as Honorary Pallbearers.

You may share your thoughts and memories in the online guestbook at www.hightowersmemorial.com.

Arrangements are entrusted to Hightower’s Memorial Chapel and CremationService, Douglasville, 770-489-2818.

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