Fargo, GA Mr. Theodore Marvin (Little Bear) Sirmans, 73, passed away Sunday, January 16, 2011 at his daughters residence in Valdosta following a extended illness. Mr. Sirmans was born Sept. 26, 1937, in Valdosta, GA, to the late Lott Sirmans and Emma Allen Sirmans. He own and operated the 94-441 Service Station and was a member of Masons. He was preceded in death by his wife Emma Roe Sirmans, and one family friend Chester Wheeler. Survivors are four daughters and sons-in-law: Sherylann Sirmans & Grant Mullins, Valdosta, Theresa & Rich Mulder, Las Vegas, Sandy Pitts & Mark Hill, Valdosta , and Debbie Sirmans, Fargo, Carl Smith, Iraq; two brothers George Allen Sirmans, Jacksonville, GA, Hammond Sirmans, Fargo; Nine grandchildren, Samantha Smith, Fargo, Jeannie Smith, Homerville, Emily & Brandon Corbitt, Fargo, Charlie & Teresa Pitts, Homerville, Brian & Tabitha Pitts, Turkey, Megan Smith, Las Vegas, Austin Gibbs, Valdosta, Emma Gibbs, Valdosta, and McKenna Smith, Homerville, three great grandchildren, Dalton Smith, Fargo, Grant Tucker, Homerville, and Levi Abe Corbitt, Fargo, family friend John Glenn Wheeler and several other relatives. Services for Mr. Sirmans were held Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at two o’clock at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, Fargo. Officiating was Rev. Marvin Smith. Interment were at Boney Bluff cemetery. Active pallbearers were Charlie Pitts, Austin Gibbs, Lucious Corbitt, Grant Mullins, Mark Hill, Edward “Gabby” Pitts. Honorary pallbearers were Dempsey Bennett, Floyd Peterson, Ronnie Lloyd, Tony Peterson, Georgia English, Jimmy Brooks, Mark Gatilin, Jr. Thompson, Winston Peterson, Steve Bennett, Timmy Corbitt, William Infinger, Billy Holcumb, Richard Moody, Zachary Wheeler, John Wheeler, Talmadge Rewis, Musky Musgrove, Wade Dukes, Brian Pitts, Ronnie Gilliard, and Brandon Corbitt. The Congregation sang Rock of Ages and Precious Memories, Scott Colburn sang The River, and WG Smith sang Daddy’s Hands. Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry at www.roundtreefuneralhome.net Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or The Shriners Hospital. Roundtree Funeral Home will be serving the Sirmans family.