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L. C. Westbrook, Jr. transitioned peacefully on September 14, 2020 in Jasper, Alabama following an extended illness. He was born on November 6, 1970 to the parentage of the late Lynn Carl Westbrook, Sr. and the late Thelma Gray Westbrook.
He received his education in the Marengo County School system.
He confessed his faith in Christ at an early age and joined the St. Paul M.B. Church in Sweetwater, Alabama. He was a faithful member until his health failed and his death.
He was blessed with one beautiful daughter.
He worked on several jobs before his health failed, including Goldman Railroad and as a log truck driver. His truck driving skills and his wit were a joy to others. His passing is a tremendous loss to his family and others wo were close to him and thought of him as family.
He enjoyed family, being with friends and watching television.
He leaves to cherish his loveable memory: his daughter, Carla Denise Taylor of Mobile, Alabama; two sisters, Tammie Michelle Westbrook of Dixons Mills, AL and Loretta Allen of Demopolis, Alabam; two brothers, Phillip (Jessie) Westbrook of Dixons Mills, AL. and Terry Wayne (LaTonya) Agee of Gadsden, AL; devoted Godparents, Arthur (Collie) Butler of Dixons Mills, AL; two nieces, Sherita Westbrook of Dixons Mills, Al. and Camaee Agee of Huntsville, AL; two nephews, Jaylan and Javien Westbrook of Dixons Mills, AL; five aunts, Katherine Wiley, Christine Hines, Gloria Westbrook, all of Sweetwater, AL; Elma Westbrook of Mobile, AL; and one devoted aunt, Ollie Pullum of Joplin, MO; a close friend, Belinda Little of Dixons Mills, AL. and a host of friends, cousins too numerous to name, that will sorely miss him.
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