He is with Kenny now

  1. I have know Mr. Ervin since I was just a little girl. My daddy and Mr. Ervin were buddies. I remember when in was in elementary myself and my sister in love were running for something called “May Day Queen” , it was won by the most money raised, and my daddy took me down the road from our home to the Texaco and Mr. Ervin filled my coffee can with what I thought then was a ton of money, but the best part about it was the precious hug he gave me that day. He was always the one I called when I needed a wrecker, and I sat at his kitchen table just a few months ago with my sister, just talking about his health, our lives and how the “Brown kids ” were doing. He was a piller to our community and he will not be forgotten.
    Michele (Brown) Griffith