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November 5, 1950 – April 1, 2021
Albert lived a fulfilling life as a proud Air Force Veteran, husband, father, and grandfather. He grew up in the small town of Brewton, AL but sought to travel the world and serve his country by joining the Air Force. He served his country for more than 20 years. After he retired from the Air Force, he became a successful entrepreneur in multiple industries. He also enjoyed working in his garden and spending time with his family.
He was proceeded in death by his parents, Joseph and Louisa Pritchett, and his oldest brother, Joe Stone.
He is survived by his wife, Chiu Pritchett, of 48 years; his daughter, Joannie Broxton (husband, Bryan Broxton); his son, Albert Pritchett, Jr. (wife, Ya-ling Pritchett); 7 grandchildren, Jazmyn Broxton, Tia Broxton, Halle Broxton, Alana Broxton, Ting Tsai, Albert Pritchett III, and Izabella Pritchett; siblings, Mattie Stone, Larry Stone, and James Pritchett; as well as his sister-in-law Denise Stone (wife of Joe Stone).
In keeping to his nature, funeral services are private and for immediate family only. We thank each and everyone of you for your thoughts and prayers.
The Pritchett family is assisted by Georgia Cremation, 3570 Buford Hwy #202, Duluth, GA 30096 (678) 584-0914 www.GeorgiaCremation.com
Yafang Wang says
To the Pritchett family,
We are sorry for your loss and you are in our thoughts and prayers.
The message below is from my dad, Gwo-jong Wang to Uncle Albert.
He is saddened with your passing. He wants to thank you for being his friend when he was in his lowest time. Your generosity and friendship meant a lot to him. May you Rest In Peace and we will always remember that smile.
Joseph Morrell says
To Albert Jr and family,
I am deeply saddened to get this awful news. My family is in prayer to hopefully ease the pain of your loss.
He raised a great family and lived a rewarding life, an honorable man with an oustanding legacy. I know that Albert Sr meant the world to Albert Jr, my friend of 25 years. Al , we used to talk about our Dads all the time over the years. I know they will see each other in heaven.
Dr. Joseph Morrell and family.
The McLendon Family says
To Bryan, Joannie and all of our nieces,
We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with you all. Know that we love you all very much and we are here if you need us. May the Holy Spirit give you comfort during your time of bereavement. Weeping may endure for a night but joy will come. 🙏❤️
Love you all dearly.
We are so sorry for your loss