Ad Spot

Obituary for James Otis Grimes, Jr.

Mr. James Otis Grimes, Jr., 81, of Enterprise, formerly of Andalusia, passed away Tuesday April 6, 2021 at Andalusia Manor.

Graveside services will be at 11 AM Saturday April 10th at Adellum Cemetery with Brother Billy Boles officiating and Foreman Funeral Home directing.  Visitation will begin at 9:30 AM Saturday at Foreman Funeral Home.

He is survived by his wife, Betty Alderman Grimes of Enterprise; one daughter and son-in-law, Garian and Stan Gooden of Andalusia; two sons, James Otis Grimes, III and Garrason Grimes, both of Nashville, TN; seven grandchildren, Maxwell Goodpasture, Cooper Gooden, Fletcher Ament, Noah Gooden, Reynolds Gooden, Gareth Gooden, and Keianthony Conner; one sister and brother-in-law, Gayle and Lewis Rawls of Red Level; sister-in-law, Roberta Grimes of Roswell, GA; Aunt, Elizabeth Wise of Andalusia; four nieces and two nephews.

He is preceded in death by his daughter, Pamela Alise Grimes; parents, James Sr. and Myrtle Grimes and his brother, Bobby Grimes.

Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to the American Legion, 32335 U S 29, Dozier, AL  36028.

Those wishing to sign the online registry may do so at www.foremanfuneralhome.com.

News

The other side of the gas story: Covington County local wants others to think before judging

News

South Alabama Young Men’s Association plans eventful summer

News

Andalusia Ballet seniors prep for last performance

News

From uncertainty to the sky: Brock lands first flight job

News

MOORE ROAD CLOSED BETWEEN 8 AM AND 2 PM THURSDAY

News

Andalusia locals start non-profit to mentor youth of the area

News

Probate Office will update voting machines

News

Covington County BOE makes personnel decisions

News

WALT MASSEY TO UNDERGO $2.5 MILLION EXPANSION

News

Mizell to celebrate National Hospitals Week

News

Burrows named 2021 Mizell IMAGE Maker recipient

News

COLONIAL PIPELINE HACK CAUSES GAS PANIC BUYING: Vast majority of Covington County gas comes from Plantation pipeline

News

Ivey announces end of participation in all Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Programs: Covington County sees decrease in unemployment in March

News

Covington County Judson alumni react to college closing

News

Edmondson: The epitome of a great mother

News

Andalusia Ballet’s AIM High Outreach Program has successful year

News

Andalusia expert offers families tips for skill-building at home this Better Hearing and Speech Month

News

AHS alumnus to intern with Walmart

News

ALABAMA HOUSE APPROVES MEDICAL MARIJUANA BILL: Rep. Jones proposes amendment to remove depression from list of conditions

News

Alabama House takes no vote on medical marijuana after 9-hour debate: Andalusia native that started California cannabis business supports bill legalizing medical marijuana

News

Perfect storm of supply, demand causes lumber prices to skyrocket

News

Alabama Chief Justice shares historic book set with Rotarians

News

City to move forward with demolition on College Street

News

Ivey announces COVID-19 Public Health Order and State of Emergency to end