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Linda Sue Mason Frith, 74, of Grove Hill, passed away in Thomasville, Thursday, January 20, 2022, at her daughter’s residence.

She was born in Grove Hill on Friday, February 7, 1947. A very active member of Grove Hill Baptist Church, she especially enjoyed working with the children’s activities such as GA’s. She adored her large family and was devoted to caring for them. She retired after 32 years in the cafeteria at Clarke County High School, and she had also been a longtime bookkeeper for Johnny Estes in his TV Shop.

She is survived by children, Nancy (Thomas) Frisch, Larry Wayne (Maria) Frith Jr., Susan Frith, Gary (Lorena) Frith; sister, Mary Elizabeth (B.R.) Dunn; grandchildren, Sam Chapman II, Cece Chapman, Steffan Chapman, April Ross, Kerri Meeks, Justin Ross, Garrett Ross, Patti Frith, Miranda Frith, Trey Frith, Sophia Frith, Camila Frith, Marina Frith; greatgrandchildren, Tyler McLeod, James Scruggs, Alicen Scruggs, Addisan Hepstall, AJ Hepstall, Victoria Meeks, Mason Meeks, Ryah Smith, Thad Busby, Avery Ross, Eva Ross, Noah Ross, Cyliegh Ross, Shaddix Watford, James Samuel Chapman, III, Mila Chapman, Emilia Grace Chapman; great, great-grandson, Zayne Massey and numerous other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, George Mason and Mary Bell Franks Mason and siblings, George A. Mason, Emmogene McVay and John Mason.

The service was Monday, Jan. 24 at 2 p.m. at Grove Hill Baptist Church with Revs. Russell Wright and Kyle Routzahn officiating. Interment followed the service at the Grove Hill Town Cemetery.

Active pallbearers were grandsons, Sam Chapman, Steffan Chapman, Justin Ross, Garrett Ross, Trey Frith and Michael Upshaw.

Honorary pallbearers were the Clarke County High School Class of 1965, nephew, Robert McVay, special neighbor, Claude Agee and Russell Wright.

Condolences may be offered at

Lathan Funeral Home directed.


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