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Alexis Lloyd, 14, Baker County High School student

Alexis Alexandra Lloyd (Ally) died November 25, 2011 peacefully in the arms of her mother and surrounded by her family.

Ally was born February 19, 1997 in Jacksonville and raised there most of her life. She was a student at Baker County Middle School and liked by many teachers and friends. Ally touched the lives of many people with her smile, loving heart, outrageous sense of humor and beautiful brown eyes.

Survivors include mother Rachel Lloyd; brother Cody Lloyd; grandmother Mary Jones; half-brother Freddie Lloyd; half-sister Daisy Lloyd; aunt Chris Becker.

A memorial service to celebrate her life has not been set.

Otis McDaniel, 60, of Macclenny

Emery Ottis McDaniel Jr., 60, of Macclenny died November 24, 2011 at St. Vincents Medical Center.

Mr. McDaniel was a lifelong resident of Macclenny and son of the late Emery Ottis and Ruby Raulerson McDaniel. He was employed by the Glen St. Mary Supermarket for 25 years as a butcher and also worked for Winn-Dixie and Florida Wire and Cable. He graduated from the Baker County school system. Mr. McDaniel was a member of Taylor Church.

Survivors include daughters Trina Czarowitz of Raiford, Annastasia (Stacie) McDaniel of Starke; son Emery McDaniel III of Starke; sisters Shirley McDaniel of Glen St. Mary and Ester Stansel of Sanderson; brother Clarence McDaniel of Glen St. Mary; nine grandchildren.

The funeral service was held Tuesday, November 29 in the chapel of Guerry Funeral Home with the Rev. David Thomas officiating. Interment will follow at a later date.

Johnny Farmer Sr., 64, of Jacksonville dies

Attorney Johnny Franklin Farmer Sr. of Jacksonville died November 25, 2011.

Mr. Farmer was born October 29, 1947 in Pine Top west of Glen St. Mary, the son of the late Melvin and Annie Farmer. He attended public schools in Baker County and graduated from Keller High, class of 1966. He was a member of Greater Church of God by Faith in Jacksonville. He was preceded in death by  brothers Lawrence Baker, Elisha Farmer, Charles Belford and  sisters  Mary Farmer and Bessie Coleman.

Survivors include devoted wife of 39 years, Georgiana Farmer; children Zabrina Farm­­er and Johnny Farmer Jr; grandchildren Jasmyn Clements and Imani Clements; brother Thomas Belford (Corrine) of Stone Mountain, GA; sisters Carrie Jones of Margaretta, Rozanne Rouse (Edward) of Katy, TX, Ruby Pittman (Leroy) of Baldwin, Betty Brown (Alphonso) and LuAnne Williams (Vern),  both of Macclenny; mother-in-law Louise Brown Miller; sister-in-law Hildrey Brown and brother-in-law Frederick Brown; a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, other relatives and many friends.

A wake will be held at Holmes-Glover-Solomon Funeral Home Thursday, December 1 from 4-7 pm. The funeral service will be at his church Friday, December 2 at 11:00 am.

Archie Crews, 76, of St. George

Archie Crews, 76, of St. George, GA died November 18, 2011 at St. Vincent’s Medical Center with family by his side.  He was born in Moniac, Georgia on October 13, 1935 to the late Ernest Crews and Mertie Johns Crews. Archie was a lifelong resident of Baker County and St. George.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting, socializing, music, and spending time with his family and friends.  Archie was preceded in death by his brother Paul P. Crews and Ernest “Puddy” Crews Jr.; and his sister Roxie Baty. 

Survivors include his loving wife of 50 years Thelma Yarbrough Crews of St. George;  children Mark (Vonda) Crews of Glen St. Mary, Tammy (Keith) Crews of St. George, April (Martin) Goethe of Macclenny and Archie E. (Gloria) Crews of Macclenny; brothers Jimmy (Debbie) Crews and Aaron “Buddy” (Judy) Crews;  sisters Ophelia Nipper, Geneva Rewis, Arrie “Sissy” Carter, Carolyn Velleca; grandchildren Kamerin, Trey, Shayla, Ashton, Allison, Haley, and Caitlyn; great-grandson Kelton.

The funeral service was held on Tuesday November 22 at 3:00 pm at Woodlawn Cemetery  with Pastor Earl Green officiating.  V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements.

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