Montgomery Advertiser | 12:41 AM, Oct. 18, 2011 | Written by Tim Gayle - View Photo
Billy Livings, who built powerhouse football programs in two states over a 40-year head coaching career, passed away Monday after complications following surgery. He was 75.
Livings, a native of Elmore who built the Jefferson Davis High football program from scratch into one of the most feared programs in the state, left the Volunteers a year after winning a state championship to weave his magic at Vero Beach (Fla.) High.
When he retired after the 2005 season, he had 314 wins, ranking behind only Bolles' Corky Rogers as the winningest high school football coach in the state of Florida. He was inducted into the Alabama High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2007.
Florence Times - Tri-Cities Daily
[Pages 3] - Wednesday April 14, 1971
The Muscle Shoals Chapter of the National Association of Accountants will hear a talk on the use of the computer in smaller businesses and accounting firms at its meeting Tuesday.
Speaker will be Shep Frazier, district market representative for Basic Systems, IBM, in the southeast. During his career with IBM, he spent eight years as marketing representative in Mobile and Pensacola and was staff instructor at IBM at New Orleans Education Center.
Luverne, Ala. (AP) - A Boston Red Sox affiliated has signed last spring's second baseman on the University of Alabama team to a baseball contract.
Shep Frazier, who also played short stop and batted .325 as a sophomore last year, was signed by Oklahoma City of the Texas League, Boston Scout George Digby announced yesterday.
Frazier, a six-foot, 170-pound youth who recently moved here from Montgomery, Ala., batted .315 for a semi-pro team in Yankton, S.D. this summer.
Paul Shaver Watson died on June 3, 2011, at the age of 74. He was son of the late William Forrest "Possie" Watson and the late Ruby Berrey Watson. He was preceded by his loving wife of 41 years, Sandra Harrison Watson and his brother Forrest Berrey "Buddy" Watson.