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Pearlie Kirkham, 88
Funeral services for Pearlie Asken Kirkham, 88, of Ruston were held at the Mt. Olive West Cemetery on March 11 with the Rev. David Martin officiating.
Mrs. Kirkham died March 9 at the Chateau D’Arbonne Nurse Care Center.Born March 29, 1913 in Mt. Olive, she was a retired bank receptionist.
She is survived by her sister, Cloteal Hanna and husband L.L. “Runt” of Quitman; sister-in-law Eva Starett Asken of Shreveport; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Quincy Rogers, 67
Funeral services for Quincy Louis Rogers, 67, of Hodge were held March 4 at the St. Lucy Catholic Church with Father Robert A. Leomhardt officiating. Burial followed in the St. Lucy Cemetery.
Mr. Rogers died Feb. 28. Born April 20, 1924 in Baton Rouge, he was a graduate of Southern University. He received a bachelor of science degree, a master’s degree and a certificate for plus 30. Her served in the United States Air Force an Air National Guard. He was employed by the Jackson Parish School Board for 25 years as a band director. He was a member of the Masons, American Legion Post 527 and Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Ellis and Berth Rogers and siblings, Hosey, Lucille and Velma.
He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughter, Vanessa G. DeBose and husband Anthony of St. Louis, Mo.; son, Darwin R. Rogers and wife Jamie of Dallas; and two grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Darwin Rogers, David Davidson, Jimmy Woods, Anthony DeBose, Franklin Williams and John Jackson.
Pallbearers were members of the American Legion Post 527.Services were under the direction of Patterson Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Zylphia Smith, 85
Funeral services for Zylphia Smith, 85, of Jonesboro were held March 13 at the New Hope Baptist Church in Chatham. Burial followed in the Collier Cemetery. Mrs. Smith died March 7. She was a homemaker. Services were under the direction of King Funeral Home of Ruston.

Jimmy Thompson, 66
Funeral services for Jimmy Carrol Thompson, 66, of Winnfield were held March 12 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel in Winnfield with the Revs. Paul Elliot and David Tucker officiating. Burial followed in the Cypress Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Thompson died March 10 at his home.
A Winnfield native, he was a United States Navy Veteran, serving in Korea and Vietnam, retiring after 30 years of service. He was a member of the Cypress Creek Baptist Church and a welder.
He is survived by four daughters, Cythia Thompson and husband Roger, Pamela Trosclair and husband Paul, Charlotte Johnson and Debra Johns and husband Tommy, all of Jonesboro; brothers, Billy Thompson and Kenneth Thompson, both of Winnfield; 13 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were John Wright Johns, Joshua Morris, Brad Plunkett, Tony Plunkett, Lain Trosclair and Jeremy Watson.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Winnfield.

Roscoe Black, 95
Funeral services for Roscoe Owen Black, 95, of Quitman were held March 3 at the Liberty Hill Cemetery with the Rev. Robert Tyler officiating.
Mr. Black died Feb. 28 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
Born Sept. 18, 1906 in Bienville, he was a machinist.
He is survived by nephews, Dugan Bell of Quitman, Earl Bell of Grayson, Oliver Bell of Dallas, W.R. Bell of Quitman, and Ross Vail of San Antonio; niece, Gloria Sullivan of Quitman; and good friend David McConathy and wife Lisa of Quitman.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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Herman Boyett, 83
Funeral services for Herman H. Boyett, 83, of Dodson were held March 4 at the Antioch Bibleway Church with the Revs. Elton Gunter, Kenneth Stanfill, Ronnie Taylor and Rayford Higgs officiating. Burial followed in the Cypress Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Boyett died March 2 at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Shreveport.
Mr. Boyett served 16 years on the Winn Parish Police Jury and was the owner of Boyett Grocery and Boyett Land and Timber Co. He was a charter member of the Winn State Bank and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member and director of the Antioch Bibleway Church.
He was preceded in death by daughter, Lane Jean Boyett.
He is survived by his wife, Opal Temple Boyett of Dodson; sons, Don H. Boyett and wife Helen of Natchitoches and Von Boyett and wife Kim of Dodson; daughters, Mitzi Smith and husband Sammy of Dodson, Jill Boyett of Dodson, Kayla Nelson and husband Michael of Dodson and Ponda Chandler and husband Tommy of Dodson.
Honorary pallbearers were J.D. Rudd, Mickey Simmons, Kenneth Roach, Gorden Carpenter, Terry Reeves, Waymond Erskins and Gerald Boyett.
Pallbearers were David Caskey, Steve Bates, Michael Boyett, Kenny Ray Higgs, Don Price, Philip Chandler, Kenneth Williams and Gurvy Gunter.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Winnfield.

Georgia Godwin, 93
Funeral services for Georgia Kirkham Godwin, 93, of Jonesboro were held March 4 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Joey Bignar officiating. Burial followed in the Strange Cemetery.
Mrs. Godwin died Feb. 28 at the North Monroe Medical Center.
Born May 22, 1908 in Readhimer, she was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her husband Lee Melton Godwin, Sr.; and two sons, Joe David Godwin and wife Dorothy Godwin and Arnold Lee Godwin.
She is survived by daughters, Evelyn Adams and husband Bill of Coushatta, Gloria Dixon and husband George of Homer, Kay Dixon and Husband Bill of Shreveport, Delma Nunn and husband Othel of Jonesboro and Betty White of Monroe; son, Lee M. Godwin, Jr. of Pineville; 23 grandchildren and a host of great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Willie Hammons, 94
Funeral services for Willie Mae (Beatty) Hammons, 94, of Quitman were held March 1 at the Sweetwater Baptist Church with the Rev. Stuart Toms officiating. Burial followed in the Sweetwater Cemetery.
Mrs. Hammons died Feb. 27 at the St. Frances Medical Center.
She was a homemaker, a member of the Sweetwater Baptist Church and a former member of the Eastern Star.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hodge J. Hammons and son Carl Harrison Hammons.
She is survived by sons, Hodge Elmer Hammons and wife Doris of Quitman and Henry Jeff Hammons and wife Jannette of Quitman; daughters, Bonita Faye Kennedy and husband David Franklin of Shreveport, Mary Lucille “Tootsie” Howard of Quitman, Josie Caroline Byrd and husband Johnny of West Monroe, Shirley Ann Tibbit of Quitman, Janie Loraine Skains and husband Buddy of Quitman and Irma Jean Kelley and husband Steve of Quitman; sister, Annie Bell Strozier of Ruston; 19 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.

Lorraine Hennigan, 88
Funeral services for Lorraine Caskey Hennigan, 88, of Saline were held March 1 at the Magnolia Baptist Church in Saline with the Revs. Malcolm Self and Waylon Gauntt officiating. Burial followed in the Magnolia Cemetery.
Mrs. Hennigan died Feb. 26 in Quitman, Texas of natural causes.
Born Aug. 22, 1913 in Bienville Parish, she was a retired cafeteria manager.
Mrs. Hennigan lived in Saline most of her life, living in Emory and Mineola, Texas for the last four years. She was a member of the Magnolia Baptist Church in Saline and retired from Saline High School. She was preceded in death by her husband Shellie M. Hennigan; son Shellie M. Hennigan, Jr.; grandson, Daniel Hennigan; parents Doss and Minnie Caskey; and sisters, Mary Lee Taylor, Madeline Wise and Dossie Louise Cheatwood.
She is survived by daughter, Elizabeth Barfield of Mineola; grandson Shellie Hennigan, III and wife Bonnie of Jonesboro; granddaughters Lorie Barfield of Euless, Texas and Susan Cheatwood and husband Jimmy of Saline; great-grandson, Matt Cheatwood and wife Marsha of Saline; great-great-granddaughters Madison and Maci Cheatwood of Saline; daughter-in-law Doris Hennigan of Jonesville; brother and sister-in-law Robert H. and Jeannette Caskey of Frierson; sister and brother-in-law Lena and Slayton Hennigan of Shreveport; sister, Billie June Collinsworth of Goldonna; sister-in-law and brother-in-law Annie Lee and Marvin Northern.Pallbearers were Jimmy Cheatwood, Noah Cheatwood, Travis Harper, Marshall Hough, Vernon Hough and Jerry Morgan.
Memorials can be made to the Magnolia Baptist Church in Saline or to the In His Glory Fund at the First Baptist Church in Mineola, Texas.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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Harvey Masters, 65
Funeral services for Harvey “Wimpy” Masters, 65, of Quitman were held Feb. 17 in the Mt. Olive Church Cemetery with the Rev. Ron Lowe officiating.
Mr. Masters died Feb. 15 at the Jackson Parish Hospital after a sudden illness.
He was a sheet metal mechanic in retail fabrication.
He is survived by his wife Helen Masters of Quitman; two nephews, Adam Cruz and Daniel Barlow and wife Misty, all of Quitman; mother, Pearl Masters of Jonesboro; brother, David Masters and wife Jo of Jonesboro; sister-in-law Glenda Barlow of Quitman; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Pallbearers were Phillip Thompson, Railey Garrett, Ryan Masters, J.K. Martin, Joe Burnum, Dennis Robertson, Brad Spillman, Darren Hudson and Justin Collins.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Jonesboro.
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Johnny Caraway, 62
Funeral services for Johnny Mack Caraway, 62, of Quitman were held Feb. 21 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Larry Jinks officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery in Quitman.
Mr. Caraway died Feb. 19 at his home.
Born June 11, 1939 in Jonesboro, he was a maintenance worker for Smurfit Stone Container.
He is survived by his wife Margie Caraway of Quitman; brother, Charles R. Caraway and wife Carol of Overland Park, Kansas; stepmother Faye Caraway of Jonesboro; stepson Jack Bailey, Jr. of Jonesboro; stepdaughters, Connie Beckham of Quitman and Candy Garrett of Jonesboro; and step-grandchildren, Jamie Beckham, Greg Beckham, Justin Bailey, Jeremy Garrett, Heather Bailey, Jessica Garrett, Bridget Bailey, Jonathan Garrett and Brooke Bailey.
Honorary pallbearers were Jimmy Culpepper, Charles Spangler, Bruce Whitman, D.R. Pardue, Keith Koonce and James Clifford Johnston.
Pallbearers were Dalton Mathews, Gerry Mims, Gary Morris, Randy Porter, Roby Surber and Bobby Vail.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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Vera Daricek, 94
Funeral services for Vera Lanier Daricek, 94, of Jonesboro were held at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel on Feb. 26 with the Rev. Jimmie Pyles officiating. Burial followed in the Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery in Monroe.
Ms. Daricek died Feb. 24 at Pinehill Nursing Center.
Born April 1, 1907 in Tioga, she was a homemaker.
She is survived by a host of nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Carla Lester, 37
Funeral services for Carla Johnson Lester, 37, of Hodge were held Feb. 23 at the Fellowship Baptist Church with the Rev. Charles Lutrick officiating. Burial followed in the Fellowship Cemetery.
Mrs. Lester died Feb. 21 at Lincoln General Hospital.
Born Dec. 1, 1964 in Hodge, she was a housewife.
She is survived by her mother, Peggy Johnson of North Hodge; daughters, Brittany Rachelle Lester, Heather Denese Lester and Lindsay Renae Lester, all of Jonesboro; sisters, Cindy Barnes of Jonesboro and Barbara Lynn Johnson of North Hodge, Robin Kirkham of Ruston and Kathy Ross of Jonesboro; and brothers, Bobby Ray Johnson of Ruston and Charles Ray Johnson of Jonesboro.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

James Gryder, 77
Funeral services for James H. Gryder, 77, of Eros were held Feb. 24 in the Salem Church with the Rev. Ernest Norman officiating. Burial followed in the Salem Cemetery.
Mr. Gryder died Feb. 22 at his home after a lengthy illness.
He was a retired forestry worker and a welder and mechanic. He also served in the United States Marines during World War II.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Claudine Hackworth Gryder; and one grandson, Rodney D. Gryder, II.
He is survived by sons, Harold S. Gryder and wife Dorothy of Eros and William H. Gryder of Eros; daughters, Wilma V. Gryder of Eros and Frances Simons and husband Johnny of Eros; sisters, Lota Mae Loflin and Nina Loflin, both of Chatham; nine grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were grandsons, James E. Gryder, Rodney D. Gryder, Johnathan D. Gryder, Mark B. Simons, Matthew S. Simons and David Caughran.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Thomas Rohr, 17
Funeral services for Thomas Edward “Ted” Rohr, 17, of Jonesboro were held Feb. 26 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Paul Elliot, David Leggett, Gerald Boyett and Billy Mac McBride officiating. Burial followed in the Cypress Creek Cemetery in Dodson.
Mr. Rohr died Feb. 23 at LSU Medical Center.
Born May 26, 1984 in Rockdale, Texas, he was a senior at Jonesboro-Hodge High School and a member of the Dodson Assembly of God. He was also an employee at the Winnfield Burger King.
He is survived by his mother and dad, June and Coady Thompson of Jonesboro; father, Charles Rohr and wife JoAnn of River Falls, Wis.; sisters, Jessica Leslie Ashcraft and husband Wade of Jonesboro and Heidi Fitzgerald and husband Tim of Phoenix; maternal grandmother Jessie Gresham of Jonesboro; paternal grandmother Lucy Stringer of Jonesboro; nephews, Garland Alexander Ashcraft, Mark Allen Cannerday and Jacob Moses, all of Jonesboro; and godmother, Kathey Tankersley of Salem, Mass.
Honorary pallbearers were Preston Ashcraft, Jamie Higgins and Dusty McMillan.
Pallbearers were Tim Ashcraft, Wade Ashcraft, Ernie Denis, Billy Gresham, Eli Lunsford and Chris Mason.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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Barbara Shovan, 67
Funeral services for Barbara Ann Shovan, 67, of Quitman were held Feb. 22 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Ed Fenton and Chris Covington officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery.
Mrs. Shovan died Feb. 19 at the Willis Knighton Bossier Health Center.
Born March 4, 1934 in Jonesboro, she was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Johnny and Bonnie Pyles; and one brother, Jerry Pyles.
She is survived by her husband, Dalton Shovan of Quitman; sons, Steve Shovan and wife Gwen of Quitman and Don Shovan and wife Suzann of Clarksville, Texas; daughters, Janis Stephens and husband Barry of Shreveport and Amy Nugent and husband Lynn of Quitman; brothers, the Rev. Jimmy Pyles and wife Dessie of Ruston and Charlie Pyles and wife Sue of Quitman; and grandchildren, Stefanie Shovan, Clay Shovan, Kyle Shovan, Bradley Stephens, Marla Stephens, Bethany Stephens and Tammy Nugent.
Pallbearers were grandsons Bradley Stephens, Kyle Shovan and Clay Shovan; and nephews Randy Shields, Andy Pyles and Todd Pyles.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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John Woods, 29
John Christopher “Chris” Woods, 29, of Stanfield, Oregon died suddenly at his home on Feb. 12. Born May 17, 1972 in Minden, he lived in North Hodge until the age of 15, when he moved to Hermiston, Oregon.
He is survived by his mother, Elizabeth Greeno and husband Mike of Hermiston; father, Douglas Woods and wife Andrea of North Hodge; fiancée Cherril Beecroft and sons Grant, Garrett, Gavin and Gage Woods, all of Stanfield; son Christopher Powney of Hermiston; brothers Richard Woods of Hodge and Blake Woods of North Hodge; sisters Tammy Slayter of Hermiston, Melissa Dearning of Stanfield and Tiffany Woods of Quitman; and grandfather, Bobby Davis of Gibsland.
Services were under the direction of Burns Mortuary of Hermiston.

Jack M. Wyatt
Jack My Wyatt, a retired executive with Louisiana Power and Light, Company (now Entergy Corporation), died Thursday, Feb. 1, 2002. Beloved husband of 49 years to the late Willie Stroud Wyatt. He is survived by a son, Jack M. Wyatt, II; a daughter-in-law, Linda McLain Wyatt; a granddaughter, Katherine McLaine Wyatt, all of Tampa, Fla.; his brother, George William Wyatt of Jonesboro; and his co-workers and friends of Louisiana Power and Light, Company.
Relatives and friends of the family, also employees and friends of Louisiana Power and Light, Company are invited to attend funeral services in the chapel of Mothe Funeral Homes, Inc., 2100 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, La. on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2002 at 11 a.m. Interment Westlawn Memorial Park, Gretma, La. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Nigeria Mission, c/o Bakersfield Assemblies of God Church, 4901 California Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93309.Services were under the direction of Mothe Funeral Homes, Inc. of New Orleans.
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O.K. Allen, 70
Funeral services for O.K. Allen, 70, of Jonesboro were held Feb. 14 at the Jonesboro Assembly  of God with the Revs. Paul Bradford and David Wilson officiating. Burial followed in the Springhill Cemetery.
Mr. Allen died Feb. 11 at his home.
Born. Dec. 28, 1931, he was a retired tractor shop mechanic from Stone Container. He was also a veteran of the United States Army.
Mr. Allen was preceded in death by his wife, Vivian Clary Allen; son, Michael Wayne Allen; brother, Charlie Allen; and sisters, Cloteal Hall, Helen Chestwood and Willie Mae Willis.
He is survived by son, Ricky Allen and wife Sandra of Jonesboro; daughter, LaDonna Welch and husband Greg of West Monroe; brother, J.T. Allen and sister, Vera Burnum, both of Jonesboro; grandchildren, Kyle Allen and Jessica Hattaway and husband Ray of Jonesboro; and great-grandchildren Aubri and Jaylan Hattaway, both of Jonesboro.
Pallbearers were Danny Allen, Jimmy Allen, David Brown, Cecil Hall, Billy Ott and Bill Burrows.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home
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H.L. Collinsworth, 76
Funeral services for H.L. “George” Collinsworth, 76, of Bienville were held Feb. 17 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Chris Witt and Robert Leach officiating. Burial followed in the Friendship Cemetery.
Mr. Collinsworth died Feb. 14 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
Born Dec. 23, 1925 in Bienville, he was a veteran of the United States Navy during World War II and a retired woodyard supervisor for Smurfit Stone Container. He was also a watermelon farmer.
He is survived by his wife, Billie Collinsworth of Bienville; daughters, Cheryl McConathy of Arcadia and Sandra Degnan and husband Chris of Ruston; grandchildren, Paige Dearman, Chad Dearman, Clay Pilley, Collin Degnan, Alex Degnan and Nicholas Degnan, all of Ruston; and great-grandchild, Cassie Dearman, of Ruston.
Honorary pallbearers were Harold Allen, Edwin Barron, Dr. Michael Belue, George Nomey, Kenneth Standley and Jerry Sullivan.
Pallbearers were Larry Alexander, Darrell Avery, Chad Dearman, Charlie Fullerton, Clay Pilley and Butch Weaver.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.
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Eva E. Cottonham, 83
Funeral services for Eva E. Cottonham of Jonesboro were held Feb. 16 at the Brown Grove Baptist Church. Burial followed in the Mt. Calm Cemetery.
Mrs. Cottonham died Feb. 8. She was a housewife.
Services were under the direction of King Funeral Home.

Joseph Gray, 85
Funeral services for Joseph “Fred” Gray, 85, of Jonesboro were held Feb. 17 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Gene Cumpton and R.C. Smith officiating. Burial followed in the Garden of Memories.
Mr. Gray died Feb. 14 at the Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Ruston after a lengthy illness. Mr. Gray was a member of Springhill Baptist Church and Jonesboro Masonic Lodge No. 280. He was a United States Army veteran of World War II and retired from Continental Can in Hodge.
Mr. Gray was preceded in death by one daughter, Laneta Janette Hall.
He is survived by his wife, Merline Gray of Joensboro; daughter, Carolyn Gibbs and husband Donnie of Jonesboro; sisters, Virginia Brinson of Jonesboro and Katharine Sones and husband Kenneth of Jonesboro; grandchildren, Scott Hall of West Monroe, Mark Gibbs, Kevin Hall, Kristi Reeves and Tammy Trosclair, all of Jonesboro; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were the members of Jonesboro Masonic Lodge No. 280.Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.
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Nina Hall, 84
Graveside services for Nina Latisha Hall, 84, of Friendship were held Feb. 15 in the Friendship Cemetery with the Rev. Richard May officiating.
Mrs. Hall died Feb. 13 at the Baptist Retirement Center in Arcadia after a lengthy illness.
She is survived by one son, Johnny Hall of Irvington, Ala.; daughter, Linda Hall; and brothers, Pete Williams and John Williams, both of Shreveport.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.

Joseph Harper, 83
Funeral services for Joseph Benjamin Harper, 83, of Saline were held Feb. 16 at the Carolina Baptist Church with the Rev. Malcolm Self officiating. Burial followed at the Carolina Cemetery.Mr. Harper died Feb. 13 at the Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital.
Born May 25, 1918 in Saline, he was a retired barber.
He is survived by his wife, Amy Harper of Saline; daughter, Lavon Sullivan and husband Muriel of Saline; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Kirk Andrews, Brad Dison, Jereme Dison, Eric Sullivan, Nunnally Walters and Gary Dison.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Louise Bamburg, 77
Funeral services for Louise S. Bamburg, 77, of Jonesboro were held Feb. 13 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Malcolm Self officiating. Burial followed in the Hawthorn Cemetery in Ashland.
Mrs. Bamburg died Feb. 11 in the Winn Medical Center.
Born Oct. 12, 1924 in Lecompte, she was a retired retail clerk.
She is survived by son, Ernie Bamburg and wife Linda of Winnfield; daughter, Cindy Jordan of Doyline; sisters, Willie Mae Drilling and husband Clarence of Houston, Gladys Rayburn of Baton Rouge and Mary Powell of Vivian; four grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Ike Funderburk, Jim Gregory, Cary Pardue, Charlie Smith, Dennis Smith and Philip Underwood.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Audrey Corbitt, 85
Funeral Services for Audrey Bell Corbitt, 85, of Bienville were held Dec. 20 at the Old Saline Baptist Church with the Revs. Calvin Phelps and Jerry Martin officiating. Burial followed in the Old Saline Cemetery.
Mrs. Corbitt died Dec. 18, 2001 at the Homer Memorial Hospital.
Born Jan. 18, 1916 in Dubberly, she was a retired nurse’s aid.
She is survived by daughters, Faye Bates and husband Vellar of Houston and Ernestine Stanfield of Minden; brother, Ralph Turner and wife Gladys of Shreveport; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Pallbearers were C.H. Cheatwood, Curtis Dyson, Hartwell Fair, Roy Fair, Jimmy Fields and Hilburn Toms.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Clara Head, 92
Funeral services for Clara Elizabeth Swanson Head, 92, of Quitman were held Feb. 11 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Nancy Walker officiating. Burial followed in the Greenwood cemetery.
Mrs. Head died Feb. 9 at Pinehill Nursing Home.
Born Aug. 29, 1909 in Ruston, she was a retired teacher.
Mrs. Head was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Arlo Head.
She is survived by sons, Benjamin L. Head of Savannah, Ga. and H.A. Head and wife Norma of West Monroe; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Todd Culpepper, Martin Gilbert, Bob Humble, Larry Humble, Roy Earl Koonce and Charles Tilley.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Louise Ross, 67
Funeral services for Louise Ross, 67, of Jonesboro were held Feb. 11 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Billy Mac McBride officiating. Burial followed in the Yankee Springs Cemetery.
Mrs. Ross died Feb. 9 at the Healthsouth North Louisiana Rehabilitation Hospital.
Born Oct. 29, 1934 in Brewtons Mill, she was a bag puller. Mrs. Ross was preceded in death by her parents Aubrey Peterson and Velta Stewart Peterson; and brothers, Douglas and Donel Peterson.
She is survived by sister, Nellie Hughen and husband Joe of Saline; brother, Bobby Peterson and wife Olline of Goldonna; and several nieces and nephews.
Honorary pallbearer is Kevin Chandler.
Pallbearers were Lonnie Cheatwood, Luke Cheatwood, Josh Peterson, Ricky Peterson, Matt Cheatwood and Greg Stephens.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Angus Thomas, 92
Funeral services for Angus Denton Thomas, 92, of Mt. Olive were held Feb. 11 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Wayne Morrow and Robert Tyler officiating. Burial followed in the Mt. Olive East Cemetery. Mr. Thomas died Feb. 10 in the Lincoln General Hospital after a long illness. He was a retired Bienville school board member and a member of Quitman Baptist Church.
He is survived by sisters, Faye Collinsworth of Bienville, Rhodessa Smith of Simsboro and Daffie Bowman of Boomeville, Ark.; brothers, Guy Thomas of Saline and Robert D. Thomas of Mt. Olive; two grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Ernest Hogg, 90
Funeral services for Ernest Hogg, 90, of Saline were held Feb. 1 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bill Staples officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery.
Mr. Hogg died Jan. 28 at his residence after a long illness.
He was retired from the United States Air Force.
Mr. Hogg was preceded in death by his wife Virgie M. Hogg.
He is survived by son, James Earl Hogg of Saline; daughter, Mildred Bryant and husband James of Saline; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; one step-great-great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Mildred Holliday, 90
Memorial services for Mildred “Mimi” Kelly Holliday, 90, formerly of Jonesboro were held in the chapel of the Memorial Drive United Methodist Church in Houston on Jan. 29. She died Jan. 26. Born Dec. 19, 1911 in Jonesboro, to Robert T. and Emma Nettles Kelly, she attended the University of Houston and had a career as an employment counselor.
She is survived by daughter, Pat Holliday Boone; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Services were under the direction of George H. Lewis and Sons Funeral Directors of Houston.

Olive DeJean, 98
Funeral services for Olive Jenkins DeJean of Hodge were held Jan. 26 at the Hodge Baptist Church with the Revs. Walter Rogers and Dwayne M. Boudreaux officiating. Burial followed in the Jonesboro Cemetery.
Mrs. DeJean died Jan. 23 at the Lincoln General Hospital.
Born in Winnfield on Oct. 29, 1903, Mrs. DeJean was a retired post mistress.
She was preceded in death by her parents, James Edward Jenkins and Martha Marina Peters; her husband, Fernand A. DeJean; five brothers, Joseph Mallory Jenkins, Sion Edward Jenkins, George Wallace Jenkins, James Riley Jenkins and William Amos Jenkins; and three sisters, Eva Hughes, Ella McDowell and Lela Harlan.
She is survived by son, Fano DeJean and wife Patricia of Corsicana, Texas; daughters, Nell Melton and husband Jim of Baton Rouge and Loraine Rogers of Hodge; 10 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and 18 great-great-grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Hewell Heard, Dewitt Jones, Everett Odom, Lamonte Templeton and the deacons of the Hodge Baptist Church.
Pallbearers were Bobby Brinson, Jim Finton, Wilfred Foster, Travis Hall, Richard Johnson, Bobby Schmidt, Troy Smith and Joey Tait.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Verlon Malone
Funeral services for Verlon Malone of East Hodge were held Jan. 5 at the Sandhill Baptist Church in Quitman with the Rev. Milton Walker officiating. Burial followed in the Sandhill Cemetery.
Mr. Malone died Dec. 31 at Lincoln General Hospital.
Born and raised in Jackson Parish and after serving in the Korean Conflict, Mr. Malone attending Grambling College, earning a degree in social studies. He received his masters degree from Louisiana Tech University. He worked for 30 years in the Jackson Parish School System serving as a teacher, counselor, principal and assistant principal at Jasper Henderson, Jackson High and Jonesboro-Hodge high schools.
He is survived by son, Verlon V. Malone; daughters, Jackye M. Belton and husband David of Hodge and Sandra M. Gray and husband Roger of Hodge; mother-in-law, Johnnie Cheeks; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Services were under the direction of Patterson Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Hazel Rush, 99
Funeral services for Hazel McBride Rush, 99, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 30 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Phil Milstead officiating. Burial followed at the Greenwood Cemetery in Pineville.
Mrs. Rush died Jan. 28 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
Born Aug. 23, 1902 in Jonesboro, she was married to Frank Rush on May 28, 1937. She taught school in the Shreveport city system for 20 years. Mrs. Rush was a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church and a member of the Dugdemona Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was preceded in death by her husband, H. Frank Rush; her parents, Margaret E. and Stephen Daniel McBride; brothers, J.H. McBride and D. Lyman McBride; and sister, Edna McBride Naremore.
She is survived by one sister, Ethel McBride Smith of Ruston; sister-in-law, Bess Burckett McBride of Shreveport; and several nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Huey Tyler, 66
Funeral services for Huey “Buddy” Tyler, 66 of Jonesboro were held Jan. 24 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Freddie Shows officiating. Burial followed at the Gayla Traina Cemetery.
Mr. Tyler died Jan. 22 in Haughton of lung cancer.
He was born in Jonesboro April 26, 1935 and attended schools there. He was in the transportation business for many years.
He was preceded in death by his parents Carl and Josie Tyler.
He is survived by his wife, Jovelyn; daughters Pamela, Casey and Camille, all of Jonesboro; sisters, Elizabeth Wyatt of Jonesboro and Onita Bond of Bossier City; brothers, Charles and Jay of Jonesboro; and a number of other relatives and friends.
Pallbearers were Tyler Manuel, Steve Manuel, Terry Brister, Jason Tyler, Nathan Shows and Phillip Shows.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home of Jonesboro.

Duard Morgan, 84
Funeral services for Duard “Dude” Horace Morgan, 84, of Goldonna were held Jan. 19 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Lamar Carpenter officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery in Goldonna.
Mr. Morgan died Jan. 16 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
Born Sept. 7, 1917 in Winnfield, he was a retired forester and a veteran.
He is survived by sons, James Paul Morgan and wife Brenda of Castor and William Michael Morgan of Winnfield; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Sam Carpenter, Russell Keith and Kenneth Weeks.
Pallbearers were Ricky Blake, Greg Carpenter, Jeff Dean, Buddy Durbin, Otis Peterson, Jr. and Jimmy Walker.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Willie Randolph, 80
Funeral services for Willie D. Randolph, 80, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 14 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. H. M. Roach officiating. Burial followed at the Gayla Traina Cemetery.
Mrs. Randolph died Jan. 10. Born Oct. 4, 1921 in Jonesboro, she was a housewife.
She was preceded in death by her husband Glenn W. Randoph and sister, Sarah Hughes.
She is survived by her brother, Ernest L. “Bud” King of Jonesboro; sister, Bobbie T. King McBride; step-daughters, Shirley Francis and husband Don of Silverton, Texas and Janice Geuting and husband David of Cologne, Switzerland; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Don Hill, Troy Smith, John Conville, Duncan Smith, Mark Gordon and Morgan Cockerham.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Robert Riddle, 71
Funeral services for Robert Edward Riddle, 71, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 15 at the First Baptist Church of Jonesboro with the Revs. Malcolm Self and Tim Johnson officiating. Burial followed at the Jonesboro Cemetery.
Mr. Riddle died Jan. 13 at his home.
Born April 6, 1930 in Readhimer, he worked for United Gas for 16 years, was a grocery store owner, a contractor and developer and a farmer. He was a former mayor and alderman for the Town of Chatham, and a community leader in the Jonesboro and Chatham areas.
He was preceded in death by one son, Robin Riddle; his parents, Vester Riddle and Eula Swanner; and one brother, Don Riddle.He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Turner Riddle of Jonesboro; daughter, Vickie Riddle Duke of Brandon, Miss.; sons, Gary Payne Riddle and wife Loretta of Maurice and Terry Wayne Riddle of Lafayette; sisters, Ruby Garner of Choudrant and Polly McCain of West Monroe; brothers, David Swanner and wife Mary of Monroe and Mike Swanner and wife Kathy of Springdale, Ark.; sisters-in-law, Frances Henry and husband E.L. “Bubba” of Baton Rouge and Annette Simmons of Jonesboro; and two grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Danny Garner, Patrick Henry, Trey McNabb, David Moore, Chad Simmons and Scott Swanner.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Tom Robinson, 97
Memorial Services for Tom J. Robinson, 97, of Tyler, Texas were held Jan. 19 at the Marvin United Methodist Church in Tyler with the Rev. Dr. Michael Dent officiating.
Mr. Robinson died Jan 15 in a Tyler hospital.
Born in Danville, he attended school in Danville and Jackson Parish. He also attended Tyler Commercial College, and in 1944 was one of the founders of Allied Oil Company, and he was active in the company until it sold in 1991. He was also a member of Marvin United Methodist Church for 75 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, James Allen and Nannie Brister Robinson; and his wife of 70 years Letha Hicks Robinson.
He is survived by his son, Thomas George Robinson and wife Molly of Tyler and many nieces and nephews.
Services were under the direction of the Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Home of Tyler.

Dovie Tyler, 88
Funeral services for Dovie Waller Tyler, 88, of Colfax were held Jan. 18 in the Chapel of Kramer of Colfax wit the Revs. Ron Perry and Dr. Gene Phillips officiating. Burial followed in the Jonesboro Cemetery.
Mrs. Tyler died Jan. 15 in the Rapides Regional Medical Center.
She was a native of Winn Parish and lived in Colfax since 1956.She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester A. Tyler; sons, Philip Tyler and Jimmy Charles Tyler; and her parents, Albert and Lena Kornegay Waller.
She is survived by daughters, Delores Tyler of Sapulpa, Okla. and Diane Tyler of Austin; sons, Gayle “Sonny” Tyler of Colfax, Stephen Tyler of Colfax and Stanley Tyler of Colfax; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Pallbearers were Heath Tyler, Cody Tyler, Lance Tyler, James Tyler, Tim Tyler and Randy Tyler.
Services were under the direction of Kramer of Colfax.

Velton Watson, 58
Services for Velton Watson, 58, of Quitman were held Jan. 20 in the Southern Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Ronnie Thompson, J.D. Ross and H.M. Roach officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery.
Mr. Watson died Jan. 17 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
He was a faithful member of the Highway Chapel Church of God and chairman of its board of trustees. He was a butcher for many years, first at Big Star and currently at Karen’s Country Store. He also owned and operated Watson’s Deer Processing Plant.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Izell and Cloteal Watson; daughter, Dana Kelly; and mother-in-law Lula Cooper.
He is survived by his wife, Dianne Watson of Quitman; son, Craig Watson and wife Wendy of Quitman; uncle, D.Z. Boyd and wife Dot of Pineville; aunts, Maureen Boyd of Pineville and Wilma Walding; and three grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Larry Huddleston, Bud Gains and Danny Huddleston.
Pallbearers were Mike Miles, Johnny Toms, Jeffrey Toms, Dale Huddleston, Michael Taylor, Bruce Whitman, Paul Johns and Larry Holers.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.

William Mathews, 82
Funeral services for William “Bill” Mathews were held Jan. 15 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Richard Shreve and Dr. Don Doughty officiating. Burial followed at the Walnut Ridge Cemetery.
Mr. Mathews died Jan. 12 at Lincoln General Hospital after a lengthy illness.
Mr. Mathews was retired from the State of Louisiana’s highway department.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Willie Mae Mathews.
He is survived by sons, John Mathews and wife Rita of Castor, Jerry Mathews of Calvin and Roy Lee Mathews and wife Wanda of Sikes; daughters, Mary Lee Wall and husband James of Calvin and Carolyn Jackson of Winnfield; brother, Sam Mathews of Quitman; 13 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Theron Wall, Bradley Beats, Terry Bates, Charlie Clark and David Nunn.
Pallbearers were Wayne Wall, Peewee Wall, Tracy Mathews, Shannon Perot, Shane Mathews and Michael Mathews.
Services were under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.

Levi Myers, 84
Funeral services for Levi David “Sonny” Myers, 84, of Chatham were held Jan. 10 at the Greater Apostolic Church in Chatham with the Rev. Doyle McManus officiating. Burial followed in the Olla Cemetery in Olla.
Mr. Myers died Jan. 8 at Lincoln General Hospital.
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by sons, Charles Myers of DeQuincy; Jimmy Myers and wife Brenda of West Monroe; sister, Cody Russell of Winnfield; six grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and special friend Shirley Wages and family.
Services were under the direction of Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Coushatta.

Alice Peevy, 81
Funeral services for Alice Walsworth Walker Peevy, 81, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 10 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jesse Henderson officiating. Burial followed in the Spring Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Peevy died Jan. 8 at the Jackson Parish Hospital.
Born April 12, 1920 in Jonesboro, she was a housewife.
Mrs. Peevy was preceded in death by her husband, John Hayward Walker; sister, Martha Elizabeth Walsworth; and brothers, Charlie Albert “Buddy” Walsworth, Simon Paul “Tot” Walsworth and Will Elijah “Boy” Walsworth.
She is survived by son, J.H. Walker, Jr.; one granddaughter; one great-granddaughter; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Cary Hinman, Bubba Pardue, Joey Pardue, Aaron Porter, Butch Porter and Jeremy Potts.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Jo Evelyn Benner, 86
Funeral services for Jo Evelyn Seymore Benner, 86, of DeRidder were held Jan. 4 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Joey Bignar and W.O. Busby officiating. Burial followed in the Jonesboro Cemetery.
Mrs. Benner died Jan. 2 at Beauregard Memorial Hospital.
Born Aug. 30, 1915 in Jonesboro, she was a retired retail clerk.
She is survived by her daughter, Beverly Barfield and husband Charles of DeRidder; son, Cary Seymore and wife Sandra of Jonesboro; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Jack Bond, Charlie Busby, James Fitzpatrick, A.C. Ledford, Orvin Maxwell and Walton Reed.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Gladys Futrell, 85
Funeral services for Gladys Valeria Futrell, 85, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 2 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Eugene Love and Les Webb officiating. Burial followed in the Gayla Traina Cemetery.
Mrs. Futrell died Dec. 31 at Lincoln General Hospital.
Born Feb. 2, 1916 in Luna, she was a retired registrar of voters.
She is survived by her son, Aubrey Futrell and wife Lesa of Jackson, Miss.; daughter, Gretta McCullin of Quitman; and five grandchildren.
The Jonesboro Masonic Lodge #280 members served as pallbearers.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Roberta Pardue, 70
Memorial services for Roberta Darlene Pardue, 70, formerly of Jonesboro will be held Jan 12 at the Cashner Colonial Chapel at the Cashner Funeral Home in Conroe, Texas.
She died Jan. 5 in Montgomery, Texas.
Formerly of Jonesboro, Mrs. Pardue was born Aug. 6, 1931 in Chicksha, Okla.
She is survived by husband, Fred Pardue, of Montgomery; daughters, Pam Pearson of Salem, N.H., Jane Jacobson and husband Larry of Minneapolis, Minn.; son, Lee Pearson and wife Tami of Houston; sister, Ailene Hall and husband Duane of Houston; five grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Services were under the direction of Cashner Funeral Home of Conroe.

Christine Sullivan, 87
Funeral services for Christine H. Sullivan, 87, of Jonesboro were held Jan. 5 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Perry Lassiter and Dwayne Boudreaux officiating. Burial followed in the Gayla Traina Cemetery.
Mrs. Sullivan died Jan. 3 after a brief illness.
Born May 11, 1914 in Mashulaville, Miss., she was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde E. Sullivan, Sr.; her parents, W.K. and Leona Higginbotham; brothers, William, Paul and Grady Higginbotham; and sister, Bessie Reed.
She is survived by daughters, Louise Burnett of Memphis, Tenn. and Pauline Lochala and husband Roddy of Hamburg, Ark.; son, Clyde E. “Buster” Sullivan and wife Donna of Jonesboro; brother, Brooks Higginbotham of Shuqulak, Miss. and Kittrel Higginbotham of Greenwood, Miss.; sister, Annie White of Schobia, Miss.; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and two great-greatgrandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Bobby Clyde Brinson, Hardy Carson, Delbert Clark, Bobby Folks, Robert Gammill, Robert Gaulden, Travis Hall, Randal Harrington, Edward Hughes, Wayne Lowe, Mike Miles, Jimmy Robinson, Bobby Schmidt, George Schmidt, Kenneth Sones and Bruce Whitman.Pallbearers were Burl Brashier, Tommy Holbrook, William Maxwell, Danny Modissette, Jackie Potts and Roger Young.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Jimmy Williams, 52
Funeral services for Jimmy Ray Williams, 52, of Quitman were held Jan. 1 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Ray Spell and Donald Rudd officiating. Burial followed in the Ansley Cemetery.
Mr. Williams died Dec. 30 at Schumpert Medical Center.
Born July 6, 1949 in Hodge, he was a machinist for Smurfit Stone Container. He was also in the National Guard.Mr. Williams was preceded in death by his father, T.W. “Buster” Williams and two grandchildren, Jimi Rashel Miles and Chelsea Miles.
He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Spell Williams of Quitman; mother, Mary Alice Williams of Hodge; daughters, Mary Virginia “Ginny” Miles of Quitman and Emily Nicole “Nikki” Williams of Quitman; son, Jimmy Ray “J.R.” Williams, II of Quitman; sister, Patricia Ann Persons and husband Ricky of Jonesboro; brothers, Gary Williams and wife JoAnn of Witchita Falls, Texas, Eddie Williams and wife Terri of Quitman and Jamie Williams of Hodge; and one grandchild.
Pallbearers were Phillip Bradford, Butch Garner, Frank Johnson, Glen “Skeeter” McBride, Stacey Silmon, Joe Treadway, Sr., Chris Williams and Eric Williams.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Pinkey Porter, 92
Funeral services for Pinkey Leona Porter, 92, of Oak Grove were held Dec. 30 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Annie Farmer, James Allen and Carl Anderson officiating. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery.
Mrs. Porter died Dec. 27. Born Sept. 10, 1909 in Mississippi, she was a homemaker.
Mrs. Porter was preceded in death by her husband James Lewis Porter and one son, Bobby Porter.
She is survived by daughters, Dianne Allen of Carthage, Texas; and Bonnie Hennigan and husband Shellie of Jonesboro; sons, J.L.Porter and wife Floy of Ruston and S.L. “Bo” Porter and wife Betty of Jonesboro; daughter-in-law, Brenda Porter; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.

Ernest Searcy, 63
Funeral services for Ernest Donald Searcy, 63, of Jonesboro were held Dec. 29 at the Edmonds Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Hudey Beaubouef, Greg Guillot and Kelly Tingle officiating. Burial followed in the Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery.
Mr. Searcy died Dec. 27. Born July 16, 1938 in Lake Charles, he was a Greywolf Drilling motorman.
Mr. Searcy was preceded in death by one grandson, Donnie Ray Searcy.
He is survived by his wife Jackie Searcy of Jonesboro; daughters, Sissy Evans and Husband Terry of Jonesboro and Debra Abedi and husband Walid of Shreveport; sons, Donnie Searcy of Jonesboro, Danny Searcy and wife Lisa of Jonesboro and Moe Searcy and wife Teresa of Jonesoboro; sister, Linda Borden of Jonesboro; special friend, Sidney Walker of Jonesboro; and 11 grandchildren.
Honorary pallbearers were Chantry Borden, Daniel Diffey, Mark Lowery and Joshua Searcy.
Pallbearers were Truman Harding, Tommy Harper, Jackie Jordan, Mike LaGrandier, Jerry Springfield and Elmo Swanner. 
Services were under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home.


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