(AP) — A man who held several leadership posts, including mayor, judge and police chief in the Alabama City of Ozark, has died.

Funeral services for Tom A. Goff will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Earl Bankston Memorial Chapel at the Fuqua (FEW-quay) Bankston Funeral Home in Ozark. Burial will follow in Westview Cemetery.

According to media outlets, Goff died Saturday at his home in Panama City, Florida. He was 102.

Goff served as mayor of Ozark for 12 years and also served as a city judge, city councilman, fire chief, police chief, constable and coroner for Dale County.

Goff's survivors include his wife, Renee Goff; a daughter, Serena Goff, both of Panama City, Florida; three grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

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