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CLARIONLEDGER.COM MISSISSIPPI DEATHS 8 TV CLARION-LEDGER TODAY, JANUARY 23, 2004 William Hurley Avery Jr. Macon William Hurley "BiU" Avery, Jr. , 44, died Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at home. Visitation is 1 p.m. today until the 2 p.m. service at Cooksville United Methodist Church with burial in Cooksville Cemetery. Cockrell Funeral Home of Macon is handling arrangements. Earlene Baker Louisville Earlene Baker, 55, died Saturday, January 17, 2004, at Holy Cross Hospital in Chicago, III. Services are 2 p.m. Saturday at Mt. Bell Missionary Baptist Church with burial in Oliver Cemetery. Beck Funeral Home of Louisville is handling arrangements. James Shannon Boyles Mendenhall James Shannon Boyles, 61, died Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004, at Simpson General Hospital in MendenhaH. Services are 1 0 a.m. today at Dry Creek Baptist Church in Magee with burial in Dry Creek Cemetery. Tutor Funeral Home of Magee is handling arrangements. Rachel (Becky) Bradshaw Jackson Rachel (Becky) Bradshaw, 87, died January 22, 2004, at Highland Home Nursing Home. Funeral services will be 12:30 p.m. Saturday from the chapel of Wright 4 Ferguson Funeral Home on High Street. Burial will follow at Lakewood Memorial Park, visitation will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bradshaw was the former Rachel (Becky) Addkison, the daughter of Harry and Fay Whited Addkison, her step-mother was the late Natalie Addkison. She was a native of Jackson and a graduate of Central High School and Belhaven College. She was a member of Briarwood Presbyterian Church and a longtime member of Central Presbyterian Church, where she taught Sunday School and was a Bible teacher. She had been a teacher, home-maker and retired in 1 987 from Reformed Theological Seminary where she had been the manager of the Campus Christian Bookstore for seventeen years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Laved 0. (Brad) Bradshaw, Sr., and brother, Andrew Roy Addkison. Survivors include three children, Becky Jone Rose and husband, Robert of Temple, Texas; Ann Huff and husband, Jim of Jackson; and L.O. (Brad) Bradshaw, Jr., and wife, Linda of Jackson; four grandchildren, Robert Bradshaw (Brad) Rose and wife, Kristi of Houston, Texas, Becky Kathryn Rose of Temple, Texas, Rachel Huff of Jackson, andL.O. (Bo) Bradshaw, III., and wife Kathy of Kansas; two greatgrandchildren, and many beloved cousins and lifelong friends. Memorials may be made to Reformed Theological Seminary, 5422 Clinton Blvd. Jackson, MS or French Camp Academy. Mary Gladys Britton Moselle Mary Gladys Rainey Britton, 90, died Thursday, January 22, 2004, at Wesley Medical Center in Hattiesburg. Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today at Jones Funeral Home in Moselle. Services are 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with a committal service 3 p.m. Sunday in Memory Hill Cemetery in AJbertviNe, Ala. Robert Caston Clinton Robert Caston, 50, died Thursday, Iny ARIA, CONDITION, or PRICE Quick Cash Closings!: WRIGHT & FERGUSON MRS. NANCY ASHLEY CLARK 11 am FrLW&F Clinton Chapel MRS. GRACE WYMOND 11 am FriyFiret Presbyterian Church MR. WALTER R. BIYTNS 11 am FriVLeavell Woods United Methodist Church Visit 10 am FriteChurch MR. WILBUR MANN JORDAN 2 pm FruW&F Clinton Visit 12 pm FriW&F Clinton MSGT ROY C. ROTH, USMC RETIRED 2 pm FrlGraveside Service Cedar lawn cemetery MRS. MARY W. RUTHERFORD 2 pm FriGraveside Lakewood Memorial Park MRS. DOROTHY JANE SAIK 11am Sat St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Visit 5 pm to 7 pm FrijW&F Parkwa Vesper service, 7 pm Fri. W&F Parkway MR. LEONARD LAYFAYETTE (BILL) LOPER 12 pm Sat. Parkway Hills United Methodist Church. Madison Visit 11 am Sat-? Church MR. EUGENE HUDGINS 12 30pmFnWi:FHighSt Visit 11 am Fit MR. EDWARD SPENCER 3 am SatW &F Parkway Visit 1 pm Sat W&F Parkway MRS. RACHEL (BECKY) BRADSHAW 12 30 pm Sat &F High St Visit 10 am Sat 352-3632 III I U: A7i OBITUARY ADVERTISING POLICY The Clarion-Ledger publishes basic obituaries free of charge. The basic obituary includes identifying information about the deceased and service information and may be up to 10 lines long. Additional information, such as survivors and activities, may be included for a charge. A typical obituary of 25 lines, including survivors and hobbies and possibly a photo, would cost $60. Additional information will cost $4.25 per line. Obituaries must be submitted by a funeral home by 4 p.m. for publication in the next day's editions. Obituary photos also must be received by 4 p.m. for publication in all editions. For questions call (601) 961-7159 or 961-7057. For online searchable obituaries and obituaries from recent days, visit clarionledger. corn's obituary section. January 15, 2004. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. today at Smith Mortuary. Services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Grace Presbyterian Church with burial in Bolton Cemetery. Mahe Chimpouras Clarksdale Mahe Chimpouras, 90, died Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004, at Northwest Mississippi Medical Center in Clarksdale. Visitation is 1 1 a.m. until the 1 p.m. service Saturday at National Funeral Home in Clarksdale with burial in Oakridge Cemetery. Larry Richard Claypool Terry Larry Richard Claypool, 63, a retired tool pusher, passed away Wednesday, January 21, 2004, of heart failure at his home. Visitation is 5-8 p. m. today at Lake-wood Funeral Home in Jackson. Services are 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home with burial in Lakewood Memorial Park. Mr. Claypool was born in Florida in 1941, to the late Leslie Claypool and Rose McLeod Claypool. He was a retired tool pusher for Pinrod Drilling Company. Mr. Claypool lived in the Terry area for 26 years, and was a former resident of Pearl. Mr. Claypool was a 1959 Pearl High School graduate. While in high school, he was first chair drum major in the band and loved to play the clarinet. He was a United States Navy veteran. He loved to fish, and was a fabulous dancer. He was a member of the Moose Lodge, and a Methodist. He leaves behind his loving family, his wife, Merle Condit Claypool; a son, Gary Claypool and his wife, Nancy; a daughter, Denita Claypool; a brother, Kenneth day-pool; seven grandchildren; and his mother-in-law, Maxine Condit. His parents, a daughter, Connie Sue Claypool and a step-son, Jon Michael Jag-ger precede him in death. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, or the American Heart Association. Margaret Cuff Clarksdale Margaret Maureen Cuff, 79, died Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004, at Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center in Clarksdale. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. today with a 7 p.m. prayer service at National Funeral Home in Clarksdale. Services are 10a.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Clarksdale with burial in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Alice Mae Davis Jackson Alice Mae Davis, 84, died Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland. Visitation is after 12 p.m., today at Lakewood Funeral Home in Jackson. Services are 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. She was born September 22, 1919. Mrs. Davis was a loving and devoted wife Since 1903 948-7223 MR. EDDIE POWELL 11 am Saturday Anderson United Methodist Church Visitation 2-7 pm Friday Collins Northside Chapel MRS. RUBY BRADFORD BELL Arrangements to be Announced 7 resfairmMemorid 3S80 Robinson RctartV Sjfi MRS. SUE ANN DAVIS-TOBIAS Fri. 2 pm Black s Chapel M B Church MR. JESSIE TURNER Sat 11 am Cynthia Church of Christ Holiness-USA MR. DYWANEM. WAITS F&F Hour Fri. 7-8 pm. Parlor F Sat 11 am Abundant Life Fellowship Church MRS. ORA BELL "ISOLA" BERRY Sat 11 amCoUege Hill M B Church MR. CLYDE -BEAR MURRELL Sat 11 anvWHilFH Chapel MR. RAY A. STEVENSON, JR. Sat lpmWHMFH Chapel MR. EB. SCOTT Arrangements Incomplete MR. WILL TAYLOR Arrangements Incomplete MR. EUGENE ROBINSON Arrangements Incomplete MRS. VEOLA SHERROD Arrangements Incomplete Uoi !mvi mt ObfM it . 1 Tiw tafcw. 1 Dot mt F-aif L Dm 'hvfrssiMd Struct 1m Cm Dtftmi Of' 601-922-3666 and mother. She was an inspiration to everyone who knew her. Alice was an honest, compassionate and loving woman towards God, family and friends. Mrs. Davis is survived by her husband of 6 1 years, James Phil Davis of Jackson; three sons, James Ronald Davis and his wife Sharon of Chalmette, La., Allen E. Davis and his wife, Sherry of Wesson, and Randy Wayne Davis of Sandhill; one daughter, Phyllis Davis Adsit of Dallas, Texas; four grandchildren, Lisa Greer, Leigh Ann Thornton, Heather Morris and Allison Adsit; four great-grandchildren; two brothers, Phil W. Davis and his wife, Clarice of Meridian and Bernice Davis and his wife Gerry of Meridian. Billy Dean Day Jackson Billy Dean Day, 69, died Monday, January 1 9, 2004, at home. Visitation is 9 a.m. until the 1 1 a.m. service today at Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home. Burial is in Lakewood South Cemetery. Mary Evelyn Eldridge Brandon Mary Evelyn "Lacey" Eldridge, 64, retired social worker with Yazoo County Welfare Department, died Thursday, January 22, 2004, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. Visitation is 5-7 p.m. today at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City. Services are 10 a.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Yazoo City with burial in Beulah Cemetery in Weir. Dr. Doug Broome and Rev. James Yates will officiate. She was born December 3, 1939, in Weir to Robert E. Lacy and Estelle Morgan. Survivors include: her husband of 4 1 years, D.D. Eldridge of Brandon; daughters, Sharon Kay Christian of Greenville, N.C., and Mary Pamela Wagnon of Birmingham, Ala.; sisters, Bobby Ashley of Brandon and Martha Lacey Henderson of Birmingham, Ala.; mother, Estelle Lacey of Brandon; three grandchildren, Sarah Elizabeth Christian, Conner Christian, and Mary Morgan Prince. Pallbearers will be: Tommy Lancaster, Ronnie Davis, Steve Brister, Manley Washington, Kent Montgomery, and Rex Brown. Toni Ervin Jackson Toni Ervin, 61, died Tuesday, January 14, 2004, in Santa Monica, California. Services were handled by the Neptune Society of Sherman Oaks, California. Earnestine Evans Jackson Earnestine Evans, 69, died Friday, January 16, 2004, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. Visitation is today at Dean Memorial Funeral Home in Brandon, 745 Hwy 468. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at Nazareth Missionary Baptist Church in Richton. MRS. ALICE MAE DAVIS 2 FriLW Chapel Visit after 12 Noon Lakewood Memorial Park MR. LARRY RICHARD CALYPOOL 2 SatLW Chapel Visit 5-8 Fri After 12 noon Sat. Lakewood Memorial Park 353-2715 or 352-1 186 l-0(-44-2715 2023 Hwr 80 ', iJ ( &tzr i .MS 392(H Jf R Dee Faulkner Jackson Dee Faulkner, 89, widow of Mr. James Paul Faukner, died Tuesday, January 13, 2004, at her home. Private graveside services will be held in Lakewood Memorial Park. Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home of Jackson is handling arrangements. Mrs. Faulkner was educated at Mount St. Mary's in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Harding University, and was a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. She moved to Jackson from Little Rock in 1947. She was an Interior Designer and Antiques Consultant. For many years, Mrs. Faukner was a Patron and Advocate of the Arts, contributing her time and talents to the Mississippi Symphony, The Mississippi Opera and the Mississippi Museum of Art. She was a charter member of the Symphony League, the Opera Guild and the Auxiliary of the Mississippi Museum of Art and served as President of the Gallery Guild. She was a former Board Member of the Girl Scouts of America, Vice President and Board Member of the Family Service, a member of the Hinds County Kidney Association, the Goodwill Industries and the Friends of the Library. Mrs. Faulkner was a communicant of the Cathedral of St. Andrews and served on the Altar Guild. She and her late husband had been supporters of St. Andrews School for many years. She is survived by brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Winston and Martha Faulkner of Little Rock, Ark.; nephew and nieces, Jimmy and Ceile Faulkner, Billy and Mary Ann Jackson, Susan Tynes, Dee Nicholoson, George and Susan Over-street, Ann Paine and Nancy Emil; and 1 5 great-nieces and great-nephews. Memorials may be made to St. Andrews Episcopal School, 370 Old Agency Road, Ridgeland, MS 39 1 57 or to Living Services, P.O. Box 12191, Jackson, MS 39236-2 191. Preston LeOnn Gardner Louisville Preston LeOnn Gardner, 38, died Tuesday, January 20, 2004, on Hwy. 15 North in Philadelphia. Services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church with burial in Memorial Gardens. Beck Funeral Home of Louisville is handling arrangements. Ruby Gross Brandon Ruby Inez Gross, 80, died Thursday, January 1 5, 2004, at Brandon Rehab and Nursing Center in Brandon. Visitation is 1-8 p.m. today at Dean Memorial Funeral Home in Brandon, 745 Hwy 468. Services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church in Sandhill . Dax Chandler Harrison Duleth,GA. Dax Chandler Harrison, infant son of John Mark and Brigitte Barron Harrison of Duieth, GA., passed away Thursday, January 22, 2004. Graveside services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Oakwood Memorial Gardens. Dr. Steve Gaines officiating. Morgan's Gardendale Funeral Home, Inc. is handling arrangements. He is also survived by his grandparents, Gerald and Silvia Barron of Birmingham, AL., Mark and Debbie Harrison of Gardendale, AL.; great-grandparents, Doris Sykes Chandler of Quincy , FL., Betty Jean O'Shields of St. Marys, GA., Felix Miller of Ridgeland, MS.; uncles, Dax J. Barron of Myrtle Beach, SC., and Josh Chandler Harrison of Tuscaloosa, AL. Ruthie Mae Hawkins Ridgeland Ruthie Mae Hawkins, 57, died Saturday, January 17, 2004, at St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital in Jackson. Visitation is 12 noon today at Peoples Funeral Home in Jackson. Services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Midway Methodist Church with burial in Midway Methodist Church Cemetery in Vaiden. Rhea C. Holbrooks Pearl Rhea C. Hoferooks, 84. died Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at her son's home MR. BILLY DEAN DAY 11 am Fn B-L Chapel Jackson Visit Fri 9-11 am MR, JOHN L. SULLIVAN 2 pm Fri B-l Pearl MRS. DORIS PHILLIPS BL Pearl MRS. EVELYN TANNER BL Pearl (601 ) 939-61 10 (601 ) 372-5623 PEARL JALK6UN on & LEE Ju7 FUNERAL HOME E4-WI Hmt mm 73JB71 JwUflMtaiCaiKl BUM LUCILLE WTSTERFIELD McCRORY 10 am Sat O&L Chapel Morton Visit 8 aro-9 pm Fri. MRS. RHEA C HOLBROOKS Graveside 2 pm Fn Floral Hills Memorr Gardens O&L Brandon ROGER a W ATKINS Arrangements incomplete O&L Brandon RICHARD L. DETHLOFT 2 pm Sun O&L Chapel Brandon Visit 5 pm Til 8 pm Sat in Pearl. Graveside services are 2 p.m. today in Floral Hills Cemetery in Pearl. Ott & Lee Funeral Home in Brandon is handling arrangements. Marcus Eugene Hudgins Jackson Marcus Eugene Hudgins, 80, died Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at Central Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Visitation is 1 1 a.m. Friday at Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home in Jackson. Services are 12:30 p.m. today at the funeral home with burial in Lakewood South Cemetery. Mr. Hudgins was a member of South-side Baptist Church and retired after working 38 years with the Mississippi State Highway Department. Survivors include his wife, Loyce Hudgins of Jackson; sons, Donald Craig Hudgins of Jackson and Mark el Burnett Hudgins of Missouri City, Texas; sisters, Mary Calhoun of Jackson, Frances Gunter of Ocean Springs, Patricia Blaine of Warner Robbins, Ga., and Margaret Bowie of Meadville; brothers, Claude Hudgins of Jackson, Willie Fred Hudgins of Jackson, Robert Hudgins of Kosciusko, Sam Hudgins of Brookhaven, and Paul Hudgins of Prattville, Ala. Roger B.Johnson Sr. Hattiesburg General Roger B. Johnson Sr., 86, a retiree from the U.S. Army and retired assistant to the president of U.S.M. died Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004, at home. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. today at Hulett-Win-stead Funeral Home. Services are 2 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church of Hattiesburg with burial in Highland Cemetery. Mr. Johnson was a member and deacon of First Baptist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Hattie Mae Johnson of Hattiesburg; four sons, Roger B. Johnson Jr. of Lockhaven, PA., Stephen F. Johnson of New Castle, DE., Thomas C. Johnson of Brussels, Belgium and Burney P. Johnson of Birmingham, AL; one daughter, Memrie Kelly of New York, N.Y.; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorials may be made to the U.S.M. Foundation 1 18 College Drive 10026 Hattieburg, MS 39406 or the Dubard School for Language Disorders. Gladys Latham Kilmichael Gladys Latham, 88, a homemaker died of heart failure Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at home. Services are 2 p.m. today at Oliver Funeral Home in Winona with burial in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. Jewell T.Latham Eupora Jewell Thompson Latham, 89, died Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Eupora. Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today at Oliver Funeral Home in Eupora. Services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with burial in Spring Valley Cemetery in Mathiston. Zachary Marshall Jackson Zachary Marshall, an infant, died Thursday, January 15, 2004, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center In Jackson. Graveside services are 1 1 a.m. Saturday in Natchez Trace Cemetery In Madison. Dean Memorial Funeral Home of Brandon is handling arrangements. Lucille W.McCrory Morton Lucille Westerfield McCrory, 90, died Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at Lackey Memorial Hospital in Forest. Visitation is 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. today and 8-9:45 Saturday at Ott & Lee Funeral Home in Morton. Services are 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with burial in Hodge Hill Cemetery. Margaret McDonald Grenada Margaret McDonald, 75, died Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at Grenada Lake Medical Center in Grenada. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. today at National Funeral Home in Grenada. Graveside services are 2 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. W.P. McMullan Jr. Newton William Patrick Pat" McMullan, Jr., MS. RUTHIE MAE HAWKINS Sat 1 1 am Midway Methodist Church Church Cemetery. Vaiden Visit Fri. 1-8 pm Funerxd Dirtcton, Sine 1925 9-3040 Wf7lA V died on Wednesday, January 2 1 , 2004 at St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, surrounded by his six loving children. Visitation is noon to 1 :45 p.m. Saturday at Webb Funeral Home in Newton. Services are 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home with burial in Newton Masonic Cemetery. Friends are invited to a celebration of his life at Eastbrooke Clubhouse in Jackson at 7 p.m. Saturday. He had been a resident of Ponte Vedra Beach since 1990, and was a communicant of Christ Episcopal Church. Mr. McMullan was a native of Lake, Mississippi, the son of Mary Lucy Pace McMullan and W.P. McMullan. He was educated in the schools of Lake, Macon, and Newton, Mississippi. He graduated from the University McMullen of Mississippi with a B.D. degree, followed by a Masters degree in banking and finance from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. McMullan began his banking career at Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, New York, New York, following his graduation from Wharton. After serving with Morgan Guaranty for two years, he was elected vice president of Newton County Bank, Newton, Mississippi in 1950, and in 1955 was elected president. In 1957, he was appointed State Comptroller of the Department of Bank Supervision, State of Mississippi. Mr. McMullan was elected to the position of vice president and assistant to the president of Deposit Guaranty National Bank, Jackson, Mississippi, in 1960. He was elected executive vice president in November 1961, and was elevated to president February 18, 1969. In 1973, he was named president and chief operating officer of Deposit Guaranty Corporation. In 1975, he was named chairman of the board and chief executive officer of The Mississippi Bank. In October 1983 he resigned to become chairman of the board of First Mississippi National Corporation and senior vice chairman of First Mississippi National Bank from 1983 to 1984. Mr. McMullan served as vice chairman of the board of Newton County Bank, Newton, Mississippi, and was a member of the board of Trustees of the Mississippi Baptist Medical Center. Mr. McMullan was a member of the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority Board for 20 years and served as chairman for 1 3 years. He was a director of Mobile Communications Corporation of America, Cal-Maine Foods, Magna Corporation, Standard Life Insurance Co. , and chairman of Bay Springs Bank. Active in national and state affairs, Mr. McMullan was a member of the executive committee of the Democratic National Finance Council and served as state finance chairman of the 1976 and 1980 Jimmy Carter Campaigns, as well as for the 1984 Walter Mondale campaign. He served banking and finance-related associations on both the national and state levels throughout his banking career. Mr. McMullan was an active supporter in the fields of education, art and science and served as a director and chairman of numerous civic organizations and fund drives. He served in the U.S. Army Air Force during World War I, was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, and the Kappa Alpha Order, and was admitted to the Court of Honor in 1974. He was a Member of the Country Club of Jackson and the Metropolitan dub of New York. Mr. McMullan received his honorary degree of Doctor of Business on September 10, 1981, from William Carey College. He loved his family, and his most special times were spent with them. He was an inveterate reader and story teller, and his children and grandchildren loved to hear of growing up in small town Mississippi in the twenties and thirties. He had a love of history and instilled in his children a love of the same. He is remembered by his friends and family for his warm smile, gracious-ness and always optimistic outlook. He joins his mother and father and stepmother, Charlotte Yates McMullan, in heaven. He is survived by his daughter Julie Kehoe & her husband Bill of Jackson, their children Erin Boland, Mary Clare Tanner, Kathleen, Will and Andrew Kehoe; his daughter, Mary Charlotte Safford and her husband Randy, their children Matthew and Jeremiah of Morganton, North Carolina; his son, William Patrick McMullan S and his wife, Rachel, their children Pace and Isabel of Brooklyn, New York: his son, See DEATHS, 5B LAKE0VER FUNERAL HOM MRS. MARGIE THOMPSON 11 am Sat. Mt. Hood Ch. (Clintoni Visit After 1 pm Fri. MRS. WTLMA FRAZIER 6 pm Mon. Morning Star Ch. Visit Mon. 10 am-4 pm LMFH rteturcvedic Adjustable Beds I is

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