|Mrs. Bertha Sproul of Albany died August 19, 2010 at the Willson Hospice House.Funeral services will be Monday August 23, 2010 10 AM at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church. Rev. Finbarr Stanton officiating. Interment will follow in Crown Hill Cemetery.
A native of Greensburg, PA, Mrs. Sproul has lived most of her life in Albany where she was a member of St. Teresa’s Catholic Church and worked part-time for Potter’s Community Center, Elks Club and the Knights of Columbus.
Mrs. Sproul was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph D. Sproul, two sisters, Agnes Zemba and Katie Curdo, four brothers, Frank, Andy, Joseph and John Zemba.
Mrs. Sproul is survived by her sons: Kenneth R. Sproul, Sheriff Kevin R. Sproul and his wife Vicki both of Albany and Keith R. Sproul and his wife Bonnie Gail of Leesburg; daughter: Karen S. Bush and her husband Tony of Rome, GA; 6 grandchildren: Matthew K. Sproul and his wife Nicole, Amber D. Sproul, Breanne E. Sproul, Jacob R. Sproul, Sydney Bush and Summer “Rocky” Bush, two sisters, Helen Safranyos of Leechburg, PA and Margaret Peace and her husband William of N. Apollo, PA, two brothers, Michael Zemba of Ford City, PA and Wendolyn Zemba of Whitehouse, TN, numerous nieces and nephews.
There will be a prayer service on Sunday August 22, 2010, 4 PM with visitation to follow till 6:00 PM at Kimbrell-Stern and at other times the family will receive friends at 1616 Pearl Avenue, Albany, GA.
Those desiring, please make memorials to St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, 421 Edgewood Ln., Albany, GA 31707, Dougherty County Sheriff’s Youth Division, 225 Pine Ave., Albany, GA 31701 or Albany Community Hospice, 320 Foundation Ln., Albany, GA 31707
You may sign the online guest book and share your own special thoughts with the family of Mrs. Sproul by visiting Kimbrell-Stern’s website at www.kimbrellstern.com
OBITUARY FOR BERTHA SPROUL, MOTHER OF SHERIFF KEVIN SPROUL
- Published: 1775 days ago on August 22, 2010
- By: khogencamp
- Last Modified: October 6, 2010 @ 11:37 pm
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