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F O Alldread
(February 3, 1926 - June 8, 2019)

Funeral services for F O Alldread of Winona will be Tuesday, June 11 at 2:00 p.m in the Oliver Funeral Home chapel, with burial following
in Oakwood Cemetery in Winona. Rev. Billy Little will officiate the services. Pallbearers will be Bill Robertson, Chad Robertson, Zack
Coleman, Brandon Mitchell, Tyler Alldread, and Bruce Branch.

Visitation will be Tuesday, June 11 from 12:00 p.m. until service time at Oliver Funeral Home.

F O Alldread, 93, passed away Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital in Winona. He was born to Jim L. and Mary
Jane Sykes Alldread on February 3, 1926 in Montgomery County. He was a retired employee of JA Olson Company, Screw Conveyor
Corporation, and a small engine and lawnmower repairman, being known as "the lawnmower man" throughout the community. He was a
member of Southside Baptist Church in Winona and a US Navy veteran, serving during World War II.

Mr. Alldread is survived by two daughters, Theresa Mitchell of Winona and Denise Alldread of Pearl; his son, Gary Alldread, and wife Amye
of Winona; two sisters, Ruby Osborn of Winona and Barbara McClellan of Winona; brother, Joe Alldread of Tupelo; three grandchildren,
Brandon Scott Mitchell, and wife Joyce of Raymond, Tyler Alldread, and wife Jessi of Winona, and Mary Alldread of Jonesboro, AR; and
great-grandaughter, Parker Rose Alldread. He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Annie B. King Alldread; two sisters, Lillie Fairley
and Agnes Parker; three brothers, Jim G. Alldread, Harvey Alldread, and Bill Alldread; and a great-grandchild, Camden Scott Mitchell.

Memorial contributions may be made to Blaire E. Batson Children's Hospital or a charity of the donor's choice.

Tuesday, June 11                   12 - 2 PM
Oliver Funeral Home

Funeral Service
Tuesday, June 11                           2 PM
Oliver Chapel

Oakwood Cemetery
February 3, 1926
June 8, 2019
"Our family serving your family for four generations"
Carla Brown Guyton

I hated to hear about Mr. F.O.! He was such a wonderful friend to my dad. They had such good times. I was
thinking the other day, that the generation they grew up in was one of the last of its kind. They had time for each
oth er, visi ted together, worked together,played together and kept in touch with each other. With Instagram,
Face Book, Email, etc., our generation keeps up that way, which I find sad. Our children, grandchildren, nieces,
and nephews will not know that kind of friendship.Don't get me wrong, with people living all over the world, it is
better than nothing, but I miss my seeing my childhood friends, relatives, and home. I always looked for him on
that front porch or in the garden. He had a green thumb for sure and kept one of the prettiest gardens I have ever
seen. He could fix anything! I know he will be missed by all of you.

Bobbie McGarrity and Betty Rose

We were so sorry could not attend services for your Dad. He was a good, sweet man and so soon to have it
happen after your Mom. Our prayers for you all.

Billy and Diane Hambrick

Prayers and thoughts are with the family during this time.

Connie Coleman Davidson

Dear Gary, Teresa, Denise, Im so sorry for the loss of your sweet Dad & Mother. They were sweet wonderful
people. You all will be in my thoughts & prayers. Our Deepest Sympathy, Connie & Jon Davidson

David Heath

To the Alldread family, I am sorry to hear of your loss. Lana and I will pray for you all at this time. David and
Lana Heath