SANDY KYLE KING

Mr. Sandy Kyle King, age 56 of Red Level, passed away unexpectedly Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, at his residence. He was a 1982 graduate of Red Level High School and remained a huge fan of the Red Level Tigers and the Auburn Tigers!

He studied welding at Reid State Community College and worked until his health declined. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, spending time with family and friends and attending worship at Grace Worship Center in Red Level.

Funeral services were held at 1 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19, at Fairmount Baptist Church.

Rev. Larry Nichols officiated and special music was provided by Michael Bush.

The family received friends at the church from 11:30 am., until time of services. Interment followed in Fairmount Baptist Church cemetery. Keahey Funeral Home of Andalusia was entrusted with arrangements.

Left to cherish his memory is a daughter, Amber Noel King of Opp; grandchildren, Ava Bethea, Annistyan Cain and Emrik Cain of Opp; brothers, Garry King of McKenzie, Glenn (Ann) King of McKenzie; Doial (Judy) King of Andalusia; sisters, Jo-Ann (Jim) Ledbetter of Greenville; Edna (Van) Thomason of Dothan; Shirley (Frank) Pugh of Georgiana; nephews, Tony Eady, Scott Pugh, Kevin King, Van Thomason IV, Ryan King, and Jason Cedrone; Nieces, Vanessa Till, Tanner King, Jill Hughes, and Summer Dunn; great nieces and nephews, Anna King, Ellie Pugh, Ansley King, Noah Thomason, Gabby Eady, Riley King, and Christopher Valencia; step-children, Dakota Quackenbos, Ethan Beasley, Brittany Piland, and Jamie Holloway; step-grandchildren, Juliana Broder, Jacoby Broder, Lakelyn Quackenbos and Andrew Holloway.

He was preceded in death by his parents Dalton and Merle Cantaline King and niece Dr. Dana King. He was a 1982 graduate of Red Level High School and was a huge fan of the Red Level Tigers and the Auburn Tigers!

He studied welding at Reid State Community College and worked until his health declined. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, spending time with family and friends and attending worship at Grace Worship Center in Red Level.

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