Alvie D. Lemley

alvie lemleyNovember 25, 1932 – August 11, 2015

Alvie David Lemley, 82, of New Hope, died at home on Tuesday, August 11.

Mr. Lemley was retired from Alabama Forestry Commission after 33 years of service. He was active in the Wounded Warrior “Semper Fi Community Task Force”. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, farmer and sawyer. Mr. Lemley was a shooting instructor for Remington; one of the founding members of Bowhunters of Alabama; assisted in the stocking of white tail deer in Madison County; and a friend and mentor to many.

He was preceded in death by wife Mary Loutisha Lemley, son, Robert David “Tank” Lemley, father, Dencey Lemley, mother, Julia Ethel Lemley, sister, Doris Morano, sister, Mae Fanorakis, sister, Wilma Meeks, brother, Glennis Burlon Lemley, brother, Delbert Lemley, brother, Tommy Lemley, brother, Leonard Lemley, and brother, Grady Lemley.

Surviving are daughter, Deborah Lemley (Gary) Kittle, daughter, Alice Lemley (Jeff) McDonald, daughter-in-law, Wanda McDonald (widow of Robert David Lemley) Lemley, grandchildren, Wenona Lemley (Brandon) Pritchett, Amanda “Amy” Honea (Keith) Conville, Ivan David (Kim) Lemley, Jerad Troy (Tasha) Honea, and Augustus Wade “Gus” McDonald, great grandchildren, Ivie Grace Lemley, Benjamin Dalton May, Olivia Grace Conville, Ridge Lemley Pritchett, Ella Ann Pritchett, and Leeland Troy Honea, sister, Ruby Lemley Slocum of Concord, NC.

Visitation will be Thursday 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at New Hope Funeral Home. Services will be held at New Hope Funeral Home, Friday at 10:00 am with Bro. Harold Kelly officiating. Pallbearers will be David Doten, Chris Watts, Jerry Lemley, Howard Jacobs, Jeremy Cantrell, Jeffrey Cantrell, Jerred Cantrell.

Interment will be in the Cedar Grove Cemetery.


4 thoughts on “Alvie D. Lemley

  1. My condolences to his surviving family. I will miss talking with Alvie and the wealth of Lemley family history and genealogical knowledge he possessed.

    • Mr. Cobble – I am Alvie’s oldest daughter, Deborah. I’ve read much of the Genealogical information that you passed to my dad in July of this year. I’m very interested in getting in touch with you to add some information if you wouldn’t mind. My contact information is and my mobile number is 256-509-9510. Thanks Deborah Lemley Kittle

  2. God bless Alvies family. He was wonderful human being. He will be missed by his whole community. He truly made the world a better place.

  3. Alvie will be missed, I worked for him about 7 years . We fished and hunted together he was a wonderful man who was passionate about the Outdoors. RIP my friend till we meet again..

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