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In loving memory, Bradley Ray Hinds
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BRADLEY RAY HINDS, 39, of Hoover, Alabama, passed away Thursday December 2, 2010. He was a loving husband and father, a devoted son, and a true and thoughtful friend. Brad is survived by his adoring wife, Emily Ford-Hinds; son, Bradley Walker Hinds, age 10; daughter, Lily Grace Hinds, age 4; mother, Dean Campbell; father and step-mother, Billy Ray and Heide Hinds; brother, Brent Hinds; step-sister, Traci Perry; grandmother, BB Snyder; and many beloved friends.

Brad was employed at Allcomm Wireless, his family's business, as director of sales. He was proudly serving as president of the S.E.M.S.S. Association for 2011, and was founder and president of the Stone Creek Hunting Club. Brad loved and lived life to the fullest. He was an avid outdoorsman, a committed member of the kayak community, and a lifelong hunter.

For all who loved him and were touched by his life, his broad smile and kind heart will be sorely missed and remembered forever.

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Max Harman of Huntsville passed away on June 9, 2011 after a brief illness. Max is survived by his wife, Linda English Harman; son, Hill Harman and wife Melissa of Pasadena, Calif.; daughters, Sara Harman Vines and husband Jerry of Adamsville, and Hannah Harman of Auburn; sisters, Inge Harman and husband Roger Rasnake of Gaithersburg, Md., and Delia Harman and husband Jeff Simson of Huntsville; grandchildren, Olivia, William Thomas and Andrew Max Vines; three nieces; and one nephew. Max was preceded in death by his parents, Harlan and Inge Harman.

Max was a wise naturalist, musician, avid birdwatcher and kayaker. Not only was Max an educator, but a teacher to all he met. The life he lived continues to influence and bless us even after his passing. Max was a true free spirit and taught us what to really value as important in our lives.

The family has requested that memorials be made to the Alabama Chapter of The Nature Conservancy at The Nature Conservancy in Alabama, 2100 1st Ave. N., Suite 500, Birmingham, AL 35203 or online at http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northam erica/unitedstates/alabama/giving.
In Loving Memory, Max Harman
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