Greenville Town Hall To Be Dedicated In Honor Of Dot PridgeonOct 25th, 2011 | By Jacob | Category: Community News
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Greenville Town Hall will be dedicated in honor of longtime town clerk, Dorothy Moore “Dot” Pridgeon on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m.
She was born in Brooksfield, Ga., and lived most of her childhood life in Moseley Hall before residing in Greenville. She was City Clerk for the City of Greenville for 50 years before retiring. She also served as a member of Greenville Methodist Church.
She died Thursday, Jan. 6, at home. She is survived by two sons, G. W. Pridgeon Jr (Darlene) of Perry; George R. Pridgeon (Lila) of Greenville; a sister, Lucille Cruce, of Madison; four grandchildren George W. Pridgeon III, Krystle Pridgeon, George Russell Pridgeon, Jr. (Angela) and Suzanne Tart (Paul); and two great-grandchildren, Taylor and George Quartman Pridgeon.