Spring Luncheon May 8, 2024 at The Club

Date: Wednseday, May 8, 2024

1 Robert Smith Drive in Homewood

10:45 a.m. – Check-in of Retirees, spouse and/or guest – Social Time

11:00 a.m. – SCS/SNC Retirees Board Meeting, Highlands State Room

12 Noon – Menu: Garden Salad, Chicken Piccata, Parmesan Scalloped Potatoes, Roasted Baby Carrots and Ultimate Chocolate Cake or Tiramisu

12:45 p.m. – Guest Speaker: Chris Womack, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of Southern Company

1:45 p.m. – Door Prizes and Adjournment


You may pay by CHECK made out to out to SCS/SNC Retirees or you may PAY ON-LINE by credit card by Clicking Here.

If paying by check, please fill in the form below listing each person attending.
Mail to: Dora Brandt, 1616 Heritage Place, Irondale, AL 35210

Reservation are accepted Not later than Friday, April 26. Cancellations accepted up to Noon, Monday, April 29 by calling Dora Brandt at 205-956-0502.

Note:  Duplicate luncheon invitations were mistakenly mailed out twice. If you receive a second invitation, please ignore it.

Membership Renewals Due by March 29, 2024 – Reminder!

Time is running out!  If you have not yet renewed your membership, please complete the following instructions before March 29, 2024 so we can have an updated list of membership to use for our upcoming May luncheon… Thanks!

Its that time of year where we need all members to update their membership information and pay their yearly dues. You will soon or should have already received your 2024 membership renewal form in the mail.  Please fill in that form and mail it with your payment to Dora Brandt at the address shown – or if you prefer, you may make your payment on-line by clicking the Payments link here or above in the menu.

If you pay on-line, we still need your membership information, so please Email a copy of your completed form to Dora Brandt at brandtd@bellsouth.net. You can either fill in the form by hand and mail it, scan and Email it, or edit the .pdf file using your Adobe .pdf editor, save it to your computer and attach it to an Email to Dora.

Here is a link to a copy of the 2024 membership renewal form.

Membership renewals and payments are due by March 29, 2024.

Note that there are several catagories of membership as discussed on the form and repeated below. Please pay the amount approriate for your level of membership. Most members should pay the regular member $20.00 rate (inside the Birmingham area):

2024 SCS/SNC Retirees Membership Qualifications & Dues:
(Note: Employees retiring after September 2023, the 2024 dues are NOT required.)

  1. Regular Members –
    • Employees retired with pension or long-term disability – Dues $20.00
    • Employees retired with pension or long-term disability living outside (more than 50-mile radius) of the Birmingham area. – Dues $10.00
  2. Associate Members:
    • Spouse of a dues paying Regular Member No dues required
    • Surviving spouse of a deceased Regular Member – Dues $10.00
  3. Honorary Members: Employees retired with a pension or long-term disability who are physically unable to participate. – No dues required

Thank you!

Frank Segars

Harvey Franklin (Frank) Segars, Jr., 74, of Hoover, died Thursday, February 8, 2024, after a long illness. He was preceded in death by his parents, Harvey Franklin Segars, Sr., and Ruth Owens Segars; and one brother, Joe Segars.

He is survived by his wife, Julia Harwell Segars; children Franklin Todd (Todd) Segars and Angela Segars Anderegg; stepchildren Emily Elizabeth Thomas and Tate Sanders Thomas; daughters-in-law Suzanne Johnson Segars and Alexandra Arrington Thomas; son-in-law Matthew John Anderegg; granddaughters Grace Elizabeth Segars, Claire Elise Segars, Alana Ruth Anderegg and Regan Margaret Anderegg; brothers Mike Segars and Tommy Segars, and many other loved ones.

The oldest of four boys, Frank was born June 24, 1949, in Hartselle, where he grew up. He was a graduate of Morgan County High School and the University of Alabama Huntsville, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Resources Management. He enjoyed a 34-year career with Southern Company, where he served in many Human Resources roles, including HR Director for Southern Company Services and Healthcare and Group Benefits Manager for Southern Company. He served in leadership roles in the Birmingham Personnel Society and in the Society for Human Resources Management, both locally and nationally.

Frank’s love for his family was immeasurable and demonstrable. He routinely gifted his beloved wife of 27 years with flowers “because it is Friday,” and was especially proud of his children and grandchildren. He was a dedicated member of Golden Springs Baptist Church in Anniston, where he lived until recently.

He was fond of fresh- and salt-water fishing, trading vehicles and luring in the unsuspecting with elaborate tales that usually ended with a punchline. A true Southerner, his fish tales were always amusing and grew in scope with each telling.

Frank’s truest gift was in feeding others. He enjoyed lavishing friends and family with his hallmark barbecue ribs and seafood gumbo, often unexpectedly appearing at their doors with a feast. He laid out elaborate breakfast spreads and hamburger meals for his son Tate’s football teammates and friends who descended on his home almost every weekend for years.

He frequently stocked the pantry and freezer of a local shelter for battered women and their children, and made a habit of giving roadside beggars a couple of dollars for a meal.

Frank was a great mentor to many young people and provided valuable HR counseling to various organizations in many sectors.

He was a beloved member of his family and community, and will be greatly missed by all.

A family graveside service will be held Monday, February 12, at Currie-Jefferson Memorial Gardens in Hoover. A celebration of life will be held Thursday, February 15, at Shades Crest Baptist Church, 452 Park Avenue, Hoover, AL, 35226. Visitation begins at 1 p.m., followed by a service at 2 p.m.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to your local community food bank.

Click here to link to the funeral home obituary.

Dick Quinn

Mr. Richard ‘Dick’ Quinn of Birmingham, AL went to be with the Lord on Friday, February 2nd, 2024, surrounded by his loving family.
He was born in Springfield, VT on December 30th, 1937. After his family moved to Birmingham, he graduated high school from Riverside Military Academy in Florida. He went on to earn a Business degree from Auburn University. After graduation, he served in the Alabama Air National Guard. He earned the Real Property Administrator and Facilities Management Administrator certifications from the Building Owner and Managers Association. He worked for Southern Company, and later retired from Vulcan Materials.

After finding the Lord, Dick became an active member of Valleydale Church. He was also actively involved with the American Cancer Society, and Oak Mountain Ministries.

Dick is preceded in death by his parents, Lemmie and Audrey Quinn. He is survived by his loving wife, Diane Quinn. He is also survived by his children, Rusty, Zandi, Terri, and Samantha; 2 brothers, Donald and Larry; and 10 grandchildren, Jordan, Erika, Joshua, Emily, Elyse, Jack, Justin, Cade, Izzy, and Arlington.

Funeral services to be held at Valleydale Church on 2324 Valleydale Road in Birmingham, AL on February 8th, 2024. Visitation 10:00 – 11:30. Funeral 11:30 – 12:30.

Memorials in lieu of flowers may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Click here to link to the funeral home obituary.