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Medford Allen Branch, 83, of Fayetteville

Medford Allen Branch, 83, of Fayetteville, died April 28, 2010.

He served his country in WWII in the US Marine Corps. Mr. Branch owned his own flight school, Aim Aviation, and was also the owner of Business Locksmith Services.

He is survived by his wife Dottie; son Max and his wife Debbie Branch; daughter Augusta and her husband Ed Davis; step-daughter Angie and her husband Rob Napier; grandchildren Sean and Joshua Branch, Aaron and Elizabeth Davis and Kennedy Napier; great-grandchildren; a brother and sisters; and nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Friday, April 30, 2010 at 1:00 PM at Corinth Baptist Church with Pastor Todd Dionne officiating. Burial will follow at Westminister Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Mowell Funeral Home, Fayetteville .

In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make donations to the Alzheimer’s Association, 1925 Century Blvd, Suite 10, Atlanta, GA 30345-3315.

Carl J Mowell & Son, Fayetteville (www.mowellfuneralhome.com)

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