ForeverMissed

Mr. Crue Gleaton 75, of LaFayette died Wednesday September 13, 2017 at his residence.

Graveside services will be held Thursday September 14, 2017 at 2PM at the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Randall Hamer officiating.

Visitation will be held at the Cemetery on Thursday from 1PM until 2PM prior to the graveside.

Jeff Jones Funeral Home,LaFayette, Al.

Posted by Scott Gleaton on August 13, 2018
Today we celebrate your life Dad! I miss you so much. I miss the times when we would do things together and knowing your love for your family was so strong. To this day and forever more I regret the remark I made that fateful morning. Your stomach was hurting and that is all we knew. I am so sorry for making that rude and unneeded remark. I know that you knew I did not mean it literally but it came to pass and now is ingrained in my mind forever. I LOVE YOU AND YOU KNOW THAT! Happy Birthday Daddy!
Posted by Scott Gleaton on September 15, 2017
Love you dad! Always have, always will. I know you will forever be with me.

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Posted by Scott Gleaton on August 13, 2018
Today we celebrate your life Dad! I miss you so much. I miss the times when we would do things together and knowing your love for your family was so strong. To this day and forever more I regret the remark I made that fateful morning. Your stomach was hurting and that is all we knew. I am so sorry for making that rude and unneeded remark. I know that you knew I did not mean it literally but it came to pass and now is ingrained in my mind forever. I LOVE YOU AND YOU KNOW THAT! Happy Birthday Daddy!
Posted by Scott Gleaton on September 15, 2017
Love you dad! Always have, always will. I know you will forever be with me.
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Dad's cattle roundup on horse

Shared by Scott Gleaton on September 13, 2018

One day Mom and Dad had been asked to help with gathering up some cows to be put in the catch pen for my Great Grandad (Granddaddy - John Poe). Well, Mom knew what to do to steer the cattle and what not but Dad was new to this. The pastures were split by a county road so they had to go through some gaps to get the cows across into the other pasture and into the catch pen there. Mom warned Daddy about the horse he was on in that the horse was bad about taking off when you get off his back so she told him to be sure to hold tight to the reins. Well....Dad HAD to be the one to get off the horse to open the gap because he was that kind of person. He always wanted to please Mom and be the one to help her. Well, unbenounced to him he did not heed Mother's words too well, LOL! He proceeded to get off the horse to open the gap and for those of you who have had to do this while holding onto a horse, much less one that would try to get away, know how tough that can be. Dad was not paying attention and the horse got away. Mom had to chase the horse down with her horse and catch it. Dad, in the meantime, had to walk back to the barn! LOL!