Alvin Stallworth, was the youngest out of eight born to the late Mary Frances Robinson and Earl Stallworth in Sylacauga, Alabama May 15, 1948. He graduated from North High School where he was an all-star city football player. He went on to ITT Technical Institute where he obtained certification as an electrician technician.
Alvin worked at BF Goodrich Tires. He also worked as a Metro bus driver and retired as a property manager. He was an early member of the Zulus Motorcycle Club.
He enjoyed listening to music, dancing, playing cards, golfing and sports but most of all he loved his family.
He leaves to cherish his memories; his children, Lisa (Jason) Johnson, Otis Stallworth (Trishia) both of Akron, Ohio and Wesley (Johari) Mitchell of Columbus, Ohio. Grandchildren; Jason and Payton Johnson, Tiana, Oistin and Ocean Stallworth, Nathan and Nia Mitchell. His siblings; Louise McKinser, Robert Barnes, Martha Moore and Clyde Stallworth. Sister-in-laws; Alice Faye Barnes and Chris Stallworth. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He is preceded in death by his brothers; James Robinson, Charles Barnes, and Charlie Barnes. Brother-in-laws; James McKinser and Porter Moore. Sister-in-laws; Angelene Barnes and Elaine Barnes.