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LocalDeath thetime5t 21 43 THURSDAY, OCTOOER 15, 1998 PAID ANNOUNCEMENTS PAID 1 Ull.ll UIIWU A 20-year-old Shreveport woman is in jail on a felony hit-and-run charge for allegedly hitting and killing a pedestrian Tuesday night. Vera Guster, 57, address unknown, died shortly after midnight at LSU Medical Center. She was hit around 10:40 p.m. in the 200 block of Spring Street, said Shreveport Police Department spokeswoman Cindy Chadwick. Guster was walking in the street when she was hit by a 1988 Dodge Shadow driven by Stephanie Phipps of the 400 block of Indian Trail.

Chadwick said Phipps went home and called police. In addition to the hit and run charge, she was charged with not having insurance. Pcl'ss wast ncms skissi prcbsSScn vbhior Shreveport police are asking for help in locating 21-year-old Torius Williams, who is wanted for probation violation. Tt ai rr Si i 1 Oi i ci i Mi :1 Patty Morley Caskey SHREVEPORT, LA Services for Patty Morley Caskey, 49, will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, October 16, 1998 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Officiating will be Father Paul Martin, assistant rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Burial will be in Rose-Neath Cemetery. Visitation will be 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Thursday, October 15, 1998 at Rose-Neath's Bossier Chapel. Mrs. Caskey died Tuesday, October 1 3, 1 998 at her residence after a lengthy illness. She was a native and resident of Shreveport. Mrs.

Caskey was an inventory coordinator for Industries, LLC. She was preceded in death by her father, William E. Morley. Survivors include her husband, Billy J. Caskey, mother, Anna Vandiver Morley; daughter, Tracy Ashley Rosson and husband, Chris; son, William James Ashley; step-son, Billy J.

Caskey, Jr. and wife, Tina; step-daughter, Suzonne Ramsey; four grandchildren, Emily Rosson, Christy Caskey, Candice Farris and Kyle Farris; one sister, Berkeley Morley Aycock; two brothers, Barry Morley and Boyd Morley; and a number of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Jason Waters, Jason Ashley, Monty Morales, Kelly Dudley, Donald Ashley and Kirk Morley. Honorary pallbearers will be David Clarke and Michael Conley. The family wishes to extend a special thanks to Carol Crums with Schumpert Hospice.

Rose-Neath Funeral Home Bossier Chapel, 746-2543 Mr. Abe Ritman SHREVEPORT, LA Services will be held at Wellman Funeral Home Chapel at 1 0 a.m. Thursday, October 1 5, 1 998. Services will be officiated by Rabbi Foster Kawaler. Abe Ritman, age 70, died after a lengthy illness.

He and his wife, Janet owned and operated Abe's Sea Sirloin Restaurant. He was bom July 11, 1928 and lived all his life in Shreveport, LA. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Janet; his daughter, Sharon and husband, Marty Mayo of Albuquerque, New Mexico; his daughter, Ruth and her husband, Jeff Sklar of Venice, Florida and his son, Barry and his wife, Helen of Silverspring, Maryland. Abe was blessed with three wonderful grandchildren, Ashley Mayo and Hannah and Sam Sklar; sister, Edith Daily of Houston, TX; sister-in-law, Freeda Ritman and brother-in-law, Jack Leavitt. Abe was very active in Agudath Achim Synagogue and it's Men's Club.

He was also active In the local and state restaurant associations. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to M.D. Anderson of Houston, Texas, Agudath Achim Synagogue in Shreveport, LA, Shreveport-Bossier Hospice or charity of the donor's choice. Honorary pallbearers will be Don Rosen, Jack Kaplan, Bernard Rosenfeld, Harold Kaplan, Jake Cullick nd Ike Cullick. Wellman Funeral Home 221-7181 Christopher Bernard Hodge SHREVEPORT, LA Christopher Bernard Hodge, loving son, brother, fiance and father-to-be died suddenly on Monday, October 1 2, 1 998 at the tender age of 19.

Chris is survived by parents, Steve and Kathy Hodge; brothers, John and Jeremy; his fiancee, Sabrina; grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins, along with many friends and family. Visitation will be held at Osborn Funeral Home on Thursday, October 1 5th from 2 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.m. Graveside services will begin on Friday, October 16th at Forest Park West Cemetery at 1 1 a.m. Officiating will be Father Earl Johnson of St.

John Berchmans Cathedral. Osborn Funeral Home 865-8426 Mr. Marvin A. Adams MANY, LA Services for Marvin A. Adams, 76, will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, October 15, 1998 at St.

John Catholic Church. Officiating will be Father David Richter. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. Mr.

Adams died Tuesday, October 1 3, 1998 at Sabine Medical Center, Many, LA. He is survived by his wife, Marie Adams of Many, LA; son, Wayne M. Adams and wife, Evelyn of Many, LA; one sister, Madeline Adams of Mt. Pleasant, TX; three brothers, James Adams of Many, LA, Lester Adams of Many, LA and Bobby Adams of Florien, LA; two grandchildren, Melissa Brown and husband, Charlie of Many, LA and Lucas Adams and wife, Trisha of Lufkin, TX; three great-grandchildren, Krisie McLain and Jacob McLain both of Many, LA and Christopher Adams of Lufkin, TX. Warren Meadows Funeral Home, Many, LA 318-256-3471 Mary Alice Rogers Robinette GRAND CANE, LA Mary Alice Rogers Robinette died in Altadena, California, on October 9, 1998, at the' age of 89.

She was bom in Grand Cane, Louisiana on January 17, 1909. She resided in Shreveport, Louisiana for nearly fifty years before moving to Altadena in 1992. She retired from Caddo Parish Public Welfare Department in 1971 after 28 years of service. She is survived by her daughter, Barbara Mee of Altadena and her five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and six step great-grandchildren. Her surviving sister is Patricia Achee of Rochester, Minnesota.

She was the daughter of the late Hall Staley Rogers and the late Alice Abington Rogers of Grand Cane; and the sister of the late Sara Smith and the late Staley Morehead both of Shreveport. She was preceded In death by her husband, Jesse Daniel Robinette and by her baby daughter, Sandra Jane Robinette. Graveside services will be held at Grand Cane Cemetery on Friday, October 16, 1998 at 2 p.m. Rose-Neath Funeral Home Mansfield Chapel, 872-4660 George Marion Hearne, III SHREVEPORT, LA Funeral vices for George Marion Heame, III, 77, who died on October 14, 1998, will btfr held at 1 1 a.m., Friday. October t6v! 1 998 at St.

Mark's Episcopal Cathedra. Burial will be at Forest Park after the seivice. The Very Reverend L. Agnew, Dean, the Reverend Canon Jane W. B.

Alexander, and the' Reverend Canon James H. FettermarrJ will officiate. Mr. Heame was bom December 21, 1920 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He wasj a lifelong native of Shreveport, atteqdi-ed Pleasant Hall, South Highland? Grade School and Byrd High School, and graduated Summa Cum LauW from Centenary College with a BA'ln'' Economics.

While at Centenary' College, he was honored as "outstanoV ing freshman," was a member of Alpha; Chi, Honorary Scholastic Society served as Vice President of the Student 4 Council. He was a member of Alpha Order. In 1942, Mr. Hearne began his WcfkfJ" War II service as a commissioned Ensign in the United States Navy, antgf was commissioned a Lieutenant on January 1 1 944. His naval service during the war included acting as- a Navigation Instructor at the United States Navy Midshipmen's School, t' Notre Dame University, followed by a' 26-month tour in the Pacific theater'! aboard the Heavy Cruiser USS Wichita as an Assistant Gunnery Officer.

was among the first U.S. servicement toii reach Nagasaki in connection with the liberation of American prisoners of war in Japan. He was admired by his senjor officers and those he commanded. He received Pacific Theater Ribbons with" nine Battle Stars and the Philippine Liberation Ribbon. -J The Hearne Dry Goods Company, was established in 1902 by Mr.

Hearne's grandfather, and the store was operated by Mr. Heame and his broth- er, John, until 1995. Mr. Hearne was active in the Shreveport communis ty, and devoted his insight and wisdom to many civic causes. He served on the boards and in a fund-raising capacity 6fx, many civic, charitable and business causes, including the Community Chest, YMCA, Goodwill Industries' Holiday in Dixie, Caddo Foundation fOr Exceptional Children, Legal Aid Societyllv Children's Service Bureau, Chambenof Commerce, American Cancer Society, Better Business Bureau, Louisiana Retailer's Association, Development Commission and 'tjie1 Shreveport Metropolitan Council.

He served as president of the Centenary" Alumni Association, the Retailm Merchants Division of the Chamber of Commerce, and the Credit Bureau 05 Greater Shreveport. He served on ffre Mayor's Committee to select the 8it and plan the Shreveport Civic Cental, and was an organizer and first president of Downtown Development Mr. Hearne served as a Vestryman'1 and Junior Warden of St. Paul's' Episcopal Church, and at the time of hi death was a member- of St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral r.

tar Mr. Hearne was the son of the iatf1w George Marlon Hearne, Jr. and Helena, Hutchinson Hearne. He is survived by his wife, Mary Fowler Hearne; his sons, George Marlon Hearne, IV arfS' wife, Debbie, Sanders Fowler HeameO and wife, Suzanne, William Laken, Hearne and wife, Vicki and James (i Hutchinson Hearne and wife, Sue; hip brother, John Hutchinson Hearne afjd(-wife, Julia; eight grandchildren, Sander's1' Fowler Hearne, Bethard Leigh Hearne, Caroline Laney Hearrte, Margaret Hutchinson Hearne, Anrtr) Elizabeth Heame, William Lake Hearrlei Jr. and John Marion Hearne; an cousins, Robert McLean Jeter, Horace Heame Jeter, John Marion JeteV and Henry Marston Hearne.

8nl The family requests that memoriafs10 be made to Shreveport-Bossier. Rescuelii Mission, St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, Parkinson Disease! Resource of Northwest Louisiana--'- Department of Neurology, LSU Medlcat Center, P.O. Box 33932, Shreveport, LAJ 71130-3932, Parkinson Outreacfj Program of Shreveport, 3500 Shreveport, LA 71104, or charity df donor's choice. The family wishes to express their slriwf cere appreciation to the staff "rof.V Schumpert Medical Center for their kindness and care.

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bronza 1 I markers' 1 CENTRAL MONUMENT Calvin Bawl, Owner S'AmilM South of Bart Kwnt on frWMd Kelthvllle, La. 71047 925-9695 'i 1 Morris C. "Curly" Lenard SHREVEPORT, LA Morris C. "Curly Lenard, beloved husband and father, went home to be with our Lord on October 1 3, 1 998 after a brief illness. He was 79 years of age.

Services will be held at Centuries Memorial Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p.m., Friday, October 16, 1998 with entombment at Forest Park Cemetery on St. Vincent Ave. Officiating will be Reverend Nolan Logan, former pastor and longtime friend; assisted by Reverend Billy Crosby and Reverend Edward Cooper. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on October 1 5th from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.

Mr. Lenard was preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Willie S. Lenard; two brothers, Sidney Lenard and D. J. Lenard; and one sister, Lillian L.

Sanson. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Geneva T. Lenard; one daughter, Lynette Swygart and husband Bill of Bossier City; two sons, Wayne M. Lenard and wife Margaret of Tucson, AZ and Russell A. Lenard of Stonewall.

He also leaves two brothers, A. C. "Shorty Lenard of Shreveport and Carroll W. Lenard of Oestrahan, LA and one sister, Billie L. Cardwell of Athens, LA.

He also leaves seven grandchildren, one great-grandson, and a host of nieces and nephews to cherish his memory. Mr. Lenard was a member of Life Tabernacle for 51 years. He was a veteran of World War II where he served with the 4th Infantry Division in Germany and France from 1940-1945. "Curly" was a well known chef in the Shreveport area for over 40 years, having retired from the East Ridge Country Club in 1986.

Until his recent illness, he was working part-time at the Holidome Financial Plaza where he fully enjoyed serving the buffet and visiting with his many friends. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed life to the fullest. Pallbearers include William R. Dudley, William A. Dudley, Fred L.

Dudley, E. J. Boswell, Mark Weaver, David Netherton and Don Netherton. Honorary pallbearers are cherished friends Mayor George Dement, Bob Mackey, George Henley, W.A. McMichael, Eart Turner, John Simons, Don Lookenott, Hershel Henderson, John Barnard, W.

G. Middlebrooks, D. B. Lynn, Conrad Lambert, Bill Ziegler, Bill Clarke, Jake Cullick and Chris Netherton. The family would like to express their gratitude to Dr.

Raj Gandhi for his commitment and kindness in caring for our husband and father. We also extend our thanks to Drs. Richard Flncher, Phillip Garavaglia, Raymond Coghlan and Phillip Rozeman in addition to the nurses in the ICU Unit at Willis-Knighton North. Centuries Funeral Home 318-686-4334 Benjamin John Ross SHREVEPORT, LA Services for B. J.

Ross, 89, will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, October 16, 1998 at the Wellman Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Park Cemetery. Visitation will be 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Mr. Ross died Tuesday, October 13, 1998 in Shreveport. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Thelma Ross; three daughters, Elizabeth Beasley and her husband Vernon, Johnnie B. McKinney and husband, Clyde, and Mary Watley and husband Jimmy; nine grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, one sister, Fern Colson; several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers are Donald Beasley, Barry Beasley, Andrew Finley, Aaron Finley, Tom Guess and Jack Guess.

Wellman Funeral Home 221-7181 Hazel Bishop Ball COTTON VALLEY, LA Services for Mrs. Hazel Bishop Ball, 93, will be held at 10:30 a.m., Friday, October 16, 1998 at the First Baptist Church in Cotton Valley, LA. Officiating will be Rev. Kenneth Joyner and Rev. Kenneth Dehart.

Burial will be in Cotton Valley Cemetery, under the direction of Bailey Mortuary, Cotton Valley. Visitation will begin at noon Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Cotton Valley. Mrs. Ball, a member of a pioneer family in Beauregard Parish, died Tuesday, October 1 3, 1 998 after a short illness. She was a resident of Cotton Valley, a homemaker, and a faithful member of First Baptist Church in Cotton Valley for 72 years.

Mrs. Ball taught Adult and Teenagers Sunday School Classes and Girls' Auxiliary at First Baptist Church for many years. She also played the organ, hosted visiting ministers and helped to start their prayer room ministry. She personally baked angel food cakes and carried them to all the shut-ins. She was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years, Hersey H.

Ball In 1991. Survivors include two daughters, Billie Ball Krausse and her husband, Dan of Dallas, TX; Winifred "Winnie" Brlnkley and her husband, Leon of Minden, LA; three granddaughters, Vickie Miles, Donna Durrant and Jenny Inge; three grandsons. Peyton Inge, Anderson Inge and Robert Inge; and 14 great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church Cotton Valley or the Baptist Children's Home In Monroe, La. Beverly Heath Martin (Mrs.

Wlnfred Martin) SHREVEPORT, LA Longtime Shreveport resident, Beverly Heath Martin (Mrs. Winfred passed away October 12, 1998. She was 80. Graveside services will be Friday, October 16, 1998 at 1 p.m. at Forest Park Cemete7, St.

Vincent Avenue under the direction of Rose-Neath Marshall Street Funeral Home. Rev. Nicholas Davis of First Baptist Church will officiate. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.

Friday, October 16, 1998 at Rose-Neath Marshall Street Funeral Home. Mrs. Martin was born July 29, 1 918 in Mangham, LA, the only child of Verna and Randall Heath. After finishing high school, she attended business school and worked as a legal secretary for twelve years before marrying her late husband of 48 years, Winfred Lamar Martin. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Anne and David Reynolds and granddaughters, Halley and Leslie Reynolds all of Austin, TX.

She spent the last six months of her life in Austin to be near her family. Mrs. Martin will be remembered as a loving and devoted daughter, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She was a person of many interests, from politics and travel to organic gardening and health foods. She was also a person of strong religious faith, who took special pleasure in watching the beauty of God's creation unfold in her garden.

She will be greatly missed. The family suggests memorials may be made to the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home, P.O. Box 4196, Monroe, LA 7121 1 -9986 or to the charity of one's choice. Rose-Neath Funeral Home Marshall St. Chapel, 222-0348 Jesse Franklin Rosett CARMEL, CA Bom July 1, 1911 in Avinger, Texas.

Died October 10, 1998 in Carmel, CA. Survived by wife: Mildred Bickham Rosett of Shreveport, LA; brother, Joe Rosett and wife, Claudlne of Shreveport, LA; daughters, Jacqueline Rosett Dickman and husband, Jerry of Carmel Valley, CA; Linda Rosett Jordan and husband Charles of Moss Beach, CA; grandchildren, John Jordan and Jeremy Jordan of Mountain View, CA, Julie Jordan Guttfi and husband, Nathan of Champaign, IL; stepdaughter, Nancy Bickham Mclnnis of Shreveport, LA; two great-granddaughters, three step-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He grew up in Hughes Springs, TX and was known throughout East Texas for his sports accomplishments in baseball, basketball, and football. He attended Oklahoma State University on a football scholarship and played baseball for the Cincinnati Reds In the 1930's. He moved to Shreveport and married Hilda Grace Skipper in 1938.

A registered petroleum engineer, he owned Rosett Engineering Service and was co-owner of Rosett Motes, Inc. He was a member of Broadmoor Kiwanis Club, Shriners, Masons, and was appointed to the Caddo Parish School Board by Governor Jimmie Davis. He was a member of Noel Memorial Methodist Church for nearly 60 years. His wife Hilda died in 1985 and in 1988 he married Mildred Bickham. Due to illness, he moved to Carmel, CA in 1993.

He died at the Carmel Convalescent Hospital on October 10 after suffering with Alzheimer's Disease for several years. Funeral services, under the direction of the Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, will be held on Saturday, October 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the Harris Chapel United Methodist Church in Hughes Springs, TX. Interment will be in the chapel cemetery where over six generations of his family are buried. A Memorial Service Is planned for 2:30 p.m.

Sunday, October 18 at Noel Memorial Methodist Church in Shreveport. Memorial gifts may be sent to either church. IN MEMORIAM Rita G. Woodard 1939-1997 VriM uara Knm A precious sight. And during your life you gave all your might.

One year ago today Our Lord called you home. Now and Forever in His gardens you will roam. We love and miss you, Your family. I (oob Samaritan i jf uneral ftome 2200 Laurel St. Shreveport, La.

221-7337 MRS. LAURA BRYANT Thursday, October 15, 1998 PM. Chapel Lincoln Cemetery Williams was on probation for an October 1997 narcotics conviction. He is 6-foot-2 inches and weighs 170 pounds. He has the letters "RSC" tattooed on WIMams his chest and "TW," "60" and Torius" tattooed on his left arm.

He frequents the Mooretown and Hollywood Heights areas. Anyone with information on Williams' whereabouts is urged to call police at 673-7300 or 673-6955 or Crime Stoppers at 673-7000. Two rob Linwcod Wednesday Two armed men robbed the McDonald's restaurant in the 3900 block of Linwood Avenue as employees opened the business at 5 a.m. Wednesday. The men forced their" way in, jumped over the counter, demanded money and forced an employee outside with them as they left, police said.

One man was 5-foot-8 inches, slim, wearing a black sweatshirt, black jeans and black tennis shoes. The other was 6 feet tall, slim, wear-ing-a sweatshirt that was black on the back and gray on the front with a red stripe, black jeans and black and gray tennis shoes. Both men were black. Victim of falsi shooting identified The man found shot to death in his Greenwood Road trailer Monday afternoon has been identified as 20-year-old Chris Hodge. Hodge was last seen walking to his trailer in the 4400 block around 2 p.m.

The manager of the property saw the door ajar and Hodge's body inside about 15 minutes later and called police. Detectives are still investigating the death. From Staff Reports Deaths Caddo Parish Dahl, Arthur 80, of Shreveport died Tuesday; memorial services at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary of the Pines Catholic Church; arrangements by Boone Funeral Home.

Fuller, Fred, 66, of Shreveport died Tuesday; services at noon Saturday at Evergreen Baptist Church, Grand Cane; burial in church cemetery; arrangements by Paradise-Metropolitan Funeral Home. DeScto Parish Jackson, Alberta Pitts, 102, of Mansfield died Saturday; services at 1 p.m. Thursday at Winnfield Funeral Home; burial in Union Cemetery. Vernon Parish Dixon, Gladys, 76, of Leesville died Tuesday; services at 2 p.m. today at Prewitt's Chapel, Hornbeck; burial in Mitchell Cemetery, Anacoco; arrangements by Hixson Funeral Home, Leesville.

Webster Parish Kennedy, Roblteen, 70, of Springhill died Tuesday; graveside services at 11 a.m. today at Mount Moriah Cemetery, near Prescott, arrangements by Bailey Mortuary, Springhill. Harrison County, Texas Greer, Patsy Ruth Collins, 64, of flallsville died Tuesday; services at 10 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church, Hallsville; burial In Cain Cemetery; arrangements by Sullivan Funeral Home, Marshall. Looking for a car? QThe dimes New Tew Knew.

tor horn delivery call 459-3322. Mr. Tracy P. Little, Sr. SHREVEPORT, LA Graveside services for Mr.

Tracy P. Little, 84, of Shreveport, will be held at 3 p.m., Friday, October 16, 1998 at Centuries Memorial Park. Officiating will be Rev. Robert Rowland of Morningside United Methodist Church. Visitation will be from 5 p.m.

til 7 p.m. Thursday, October 15, 1 998 at the funeral home. Mr. Little was a longtime resident of Shreveport. He passed away Wednesday, October 14, 1998 in Bossier City.

Mr. Little was retired from the U. S. Air Force and as a letter carrier for the U. S.

Postal Service. He was a member of the Morningside United Methodist Church, El Karubah Shrine, Sunset Masonic Lodge, V.F.W. and American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Opal Harlan Little of Shreveport, LA; one son, Tracy Little, daughter-in-law, Rhonda Little and granddaughter, Julie Little all of Dallas, TX.

The family requests, in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Morningside United, Methodist Church or organization of donors choice. Centuries Funeral Home 318-686-4334 Harvey Lee Melville SHREVEPORT, LA Harvey Lee Melville, 72, died suddenly Tuesday, October 13, 1998 at his home. He was born March 10, 1926 in Brookhaven, MS. Services will be held Friday, October 16, 1998 at 10 a.m. at Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Ferriday, LA.

Burial will be at Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Ferriday, LA. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, October 15, 1998 at Comer Funeral Home in Ferriday, LA. Harvey was a Naval Veteran of World War II and the owner -of Coast and Rivers Seafood. He was preceded in death by his wife, Louise Lees Melville; his parents, Leon and Mae Melville; a sister, Dorothy Jean Melville; a brother, David Melville and a grandson, Chance Melville.

He is survived by his daughters, Brenda Keyes, Cissie Dover, Kathy Knight; sons, Mark, Mike and Phillip; his step children, Amelda Wiggins, Brenda Chauvin, Rhonda Heighington, Fred Lees Sonny Lees, 12 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; his sisters, Louise Crane, Lavada Long, Helen Cottrell, Annie Ruth Myers, Lorraine Rucker, Llewellyn Gasaway, Joyce Mae Bond, Margaret LaRoe; his brothers, Vernon Melville, Garland Melville, Charles Melville and James Melville. Pallbearers will be Mitch Wiggins, Blake Chauvin, Joe Bearre Keyes, Gary Melville, Jude Knight and Cash Melville. re-Planning It Makes Sense m'''- Call Obsorn Funeral Home today and discover the many benefits of pre-planning your funeral. OsUfflN C. --V- FIVf Gf NMATIONS Of FAMIIV StIVICE 318-865-8426 3631 Soitthern Ave.

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