|Earnest Clark - (Died January 31, 1999)
FRANKLINTON Earnest Clark, 57, died Sunday, at his residence in Franklinton.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be handled by Crain and
Sons Funeral Home of Franklinton.
Grace Dillon - (Died February 10, 1999)
BOGALUSA Grace Dillon, age 101, a resident of Bogalusa died February
10, 1999, at the Bogalusa Community Medical Center.
Dillon is survived by one grandson, Bobby Dillon of Baton Rouge; two
granddaughters, Kay Gunn of Baton Rouge and Sylvia Anne Michel of Houma;
one sister, Myrtis Miller of Baton Rouge.
She is preceded in death by her husband, R O Dillon; her son, Vernon
Dillon; her daughter, Pauline Williams; her sister Beulah Stewart and her
brother Edgar Bickham.
Visitation will be held at the Poole-Richie Funeral Home today from
5 p m - 9 p m.
Funeral services will be held at the Poole-Richie Chapel tomorrow at
11 a m with the Rev.
Calvin Baldwin officiating.
Entombment will be at the Sanctuary of Peace Mausoleum
Dennie Earline Holland - (Died February 10, 1999)
BOGALUSA Dennie Earline Holland, 72, a resident of Isabel, died at
the Bogalusa Community Medical Center.
Mrs Holland retired from crown Zellerbach, Mutiwall Division as an
inspector She served as Sunday school secretary of the True Light Baptist
Church in Isabel She also was on the hospitality committee of the William
Allision Holland family reunion In lieu of flowers, donations can be made
to the True Light Baptist Church or American Red Cross Flood Victims.
Holland is survived by her husband, John Nelves Holland; three sons
and two daughter-in-laws, James Ardell (Catherine) Holland of Walker, Gary
Wayne (Cynthia) Holland of Pierre Port, John Gregory Holland of Bogalusa;
two daughters and one son-in-law, Joycelyn Paulette (Al) Goudeau of Montpellier,
Donna Lynn Rushing of Albany; two sisters, Theo Watts Carpenter of Baton
Rouge, LA, Oma Lee Galloway Roche of Zachery, LA; one brother, Wendell
Galloway of Isabel; nine grandchildren, Kevin Miller, Kendall Miller, J
Ardell Holland Jr , Jonathan Holland, Chris Williams, Christina Rushing,
Kelly and Denise Holland of Pierre Port, Spring Holland; and two great
grandchildren, Kelsey and Katlin Miller.
Visitation will be held today at the Poole-Richie Funeral Home from
5:30 to 9 p m and after 11 a m.
Funeral services will be held in the chapel at Poole-Ritchie Funeral
Home tomorrow at 2 p m.
with the Rev Billy Gill officiating.
Burial will be at the Ponemah Cemetery.
George Lee, Jr. - (Died February 7, 1999)
FRANKLINTON George Lee, Jr , 48, died Sunday in Franklinton Lee is
survived in death by his wife Frankie Wilson Lee of Franklinton; one daughter,
Vanessa Willis of Franklinton; three sons, Broderick Evans of New Orleans,
Gary Colston of Bogalusa, Troy Willis of Franklinton; five sisters, Corrine
Lee of New Orleans, Alice Gales and Clara McKnight of LaPlace, Martha Edwards
and Betty London of Wilson; two brothers, Jessie Dean Lee of New Orleans,
Sam East Lee of Pass Christian, MS; four grandchildren; one great- grandchild;
two sisters-in-law, Mary Nunnery and Burnell Wilson; three brothers-in-law,
Alton "A W" Wilson, Jr, Hessie Lee Nunnery, and Terry Wilson; and a host
of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held Friday at Crains and Sons Funeral Home of Bogalusa
from 3 p m until 6 p m Wake services will be held Friday at 6 p m.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, 10 a m at Crains and Sons Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev Oreece Burton officiating Crain and Sons Funeral Home
in Franklinton in charge of arrangements.
Burial will be held at Lear's Hill Cemetery.
Russell E Magee - (Died February 11, 1999)
FRANKLINTON Russell E Magee, 74, died Thursday at St Tammany Hospital
Magee was a retired teacher and supervisor with the Washington Parish
Schools and a U S.
Marine veteran Second Division of World War II.
He is survived by two sons, Archie and Sam; three daughters, Audrey,
Kathy and Margaret; two brothers, Jake Magee of Pine, Hamp Magee of Madison,
AL; two sisters, Patsy Kistner of New Orleans, Kaye Magee of Port Allen.
Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home from 5 p m until 10 p m Saturday
and after 10 a m. Sunday.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p m Sunday in Crain Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev Byron Wilkerson officiating.
Burial will be in Roberts Cemetery near Mt Hermon.
Theodore R Pearson - (Died February 10, 1999)
NICHOLASVILLE Theodore R Pearson, 79, died Wednesday at Baptist Hospital
Pearson was a native of Walthall County, MS , a retired social worker
for Wisconsin and an Army veteran of World War II.
He is survived in death by one daughter, Diana L Wagner; one son, Theodore
R Pearson Jr ; one brother, Lonzo Pearson; two sisters Dr Dorothy Pearson
and Eliza Wharton; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Visitation held Thursday 6-9 p m.
Funeral services will be held Friday, 11 a m at W P Porter.
Burial will be at Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Nicholasville.
Tommy Walters - (Died February 10, 1999)
COVINGTON Tommy Walters, 53, died Thursday at Lakeview Regional Medical
Center in Covington.
Poole-Richie Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements, which are
incomplete at this time.
Jessie Pittman Williams - (Died February 12, 1999)
VARNADO Jessie Pittman Williams, 89, died Friday at Forrest General
in Hattisburg, MS.
Williams is survived by two sons and daughter-in-laws, Marvin Nelson
(Gwen) Williams of Woodstock, VA, Micheal (Mary) Williams of Varnado; two
daughters and one son-in-law, Deloris Scott of Baton Rouge, Carolyn (Jay)
Kelly of Varnado; three sisters, Beulah Miley, Velma Seals both of Bogalusa,
Lela Bishop of Pascagoula, MS; one brother, Wilson Pittman of Bogalusa;
fourteen grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends.
Williams was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin Williams; one
daughter Lanell Lewis; two grandchildren, Larry Boyd, Adam Williams; and
one son-in-law, George Scott.
Visitation will be held Saturday 6-10 p m and Sunday after 8:30 a m
at Poole-Richie Funeral Home.
Funeral Services will be held in the Poole-Richie Funeral Home Chapel,
Sunday 2 p m.
Burial will be at Seal Cemetery in Varnado.
Rev Reuben Howard Cornist - (Died Tuesday, February 9, 1999)
MT HERMON - Rev Reuben Howard Cornist, 77, died Tuesday at Riverside
Rev Cornist was born on February 16, 1921 in Waverly, to the late Percy
and Lenora Scott Cornist He received his education for the public schools
of Madison Parish Upon graduation from high school, he attended Southern
University, however, his education was interrupted by a call to military
duty to serve in World War II After serving in the military he returned
to Southern University and continued his studies obtaining a B S degree
in Agriculture Education in 1947 Rev Cornist later obtained a Masters plus
30 hours above in Administration from Southern and Southeastern Louisiana
In 1948 he accepted a position as Agriculture teacher at the Vernon
He served as Principal of Vernon High School from 1955 to 1969 After
the closing of Vernon, he served as Assistant Principal of Mt Hermon High
School from 1969 to 1974 He served as Supervisor of Child Welfare and Attendance
and Supervisor of Transportation for the Washington Parish School System
from 1974 to 1980.
He was the Pastor of the Oak Grove Baptist Church in Franklinton and
the Mt Gillion Baptist Church in Arcola.
Rev Cornist was the first black licensed Nursing Home Administration
in Washington Parish and the surrounding areas He served as administrator
of the Good Samaritans Nursing Home from 1987 to 1997.
He was a past member of the Franklinton Chamber of Commerce; a veteran
of World War II; a member of the NAACP; and Commander of Otis-Burris Post
#537 of the American Legion He was a member of the Washington Parish Fair
Association He was a past member and 1st vice- president of the Washington-St
Tammany Electric Coop He was a member and President of the Folsom Community
Ministerial Alliance President of the Evangelical Board of the Third District
Bogue Chitto Baptist Association He was Assistant Secretary of the Louisiana
Home and Foreign Mission Baptist State Convention He was the 3rd vice-president
of the Pastors Conference of the Louisiana Home and Foreign Mission Baptist
State Convention He was a licensed Funeral Director and a member of the
National Funeral Directors Association.
He leaves to mourn his untimely passing; a loving, caring and devoted
wife, Dorothy Elaine of Mt Hermon; one devoted daughter, Carol C Durgan;
a fine son-in-law, Minister Lynell Durgan; one sweet grand-daughter, Autumn
Nakiya Durgan all of Spring Valley; one sister, Ollie L.
Cornist of Tallulah; five sisters-in-law, Mona (Edwin) Anderson and
Gail (Harry) Gethers of Los Angeles, Mae Barnes of Franklinton, Marvene
B Branham of Seattle, and Cornelia Barnes of Baton Rouge; five brothers-in-law,
Bobbie Barnes of Seattle, Phil K (Louise) Barnes and John H Barnes of Franklinton,
Jim (Mary) Barnes of Bogalusa, and Neil Branham of Seattle; five God-children,
Dr Bryce (Rebecca) Jackson of Panama City, Ms Michele Martin of Jackson,
Ms. Patrice Barnes of Franklinton, Ms Candice Hookfin of Arcola and Ms
Claudette Castille of Eunice; a God-brother, Edward C (Jacqueline) Wright
of New Orleans, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and
many friends to share in his Homegoing Celebration.
Visitation was held yesterday at Crain and Sons Funeral Home of Franklinton
from 3 p m until 5 p m.
Wake service was held yesterday at Oak Grove Baptist Church at 6 p
m with Rev Mallery Callahan officiating.
Funeral service will be held today at Mt Olive Baptist Church at 1
p m with Rev Johnny Causey and Rev Dr Herman Arvie officiating.
Interment will be at Mt Olive Cemetery.
John Douglas Hooker - (Died February 14, 1999)
NEW CITY - John Douglas Hooker died Sunday at the Nyack Hospital in
Hooker was born in Hartford on November 30, 1916 He attended school
in Newington He owned the Sunoco Service Station in Newington for many
years In 1954 he moved to Naples Florida where he owned and operated a
glass installation business In 1978 he returned north living in New City.
Hooker served in World War II in the United States Navy He was a member
of the Newington Fire Department, The Mason Organization in Newington,
active in the Moose Organization while residing in Naples and a member
of Post 1682 of the New City American Veterans.
He is survived by three daughters, Mrs Richard (Sue) Vokes of Nanuet,
Mrs Robert (Lyn) Pigott of Bogalusa, Ms Carol J Hooker of Covington; six
grandchildren Christine Vokes and Heather Vokes of Nanuet, Kathy Pigott
Wheat of Crossroads, Nancy Pigott Pace, Barbara Pigott Miley, and R Douglas
Pigott of Bogalusa; six great-grandchildren; and a niece, Bonnie Hooer
He was preceded in death by his brother, William Lester Hooker of Manchester.
Services will be held at the Michael J Higgins Funeral Home in New
City, Wednesday at 10 a m.
Interment will follow at F Loescher Rockland County Veteran Memorial
Cemetery in Monsey.
Ellis M Lee - (Died February 13, 1999)
FRANKLINTON - Ellis M Lee, 79, a resident of Franklinton, died Saturday
at Riverside Medical Center.
Lee was owner/operator for many years of Lee's Body Shop and later
retired as maintenance supervisor for Riverside Medical Center He was a
World War II veteran of the U S Army and a member of the Clifton Baptist
He was a past master of Franklinton Masonic Lodge #101; a member of
Jerusalem Temple Shrine and also served as District Deputy Grand Master
of Grand Lodge of Louisiana.
Lee is survived by his wife, Kathleen Dykes Lee of Franklinton; one
son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Elois Lee of Franklinton; one daughter
and son-in-law, Jennifer and Wayne Fleming of Franklinton; three step-children
and their spouses, Joey and Missy Primes of Slidell, Cathy and Gary Dufrene
of Franklinton, Janice and Steve Kincade of Brookhaven; four grandchildren,
Ellis Lee of Dawson Creek, Michelle Fleming of Fort Meade, Mathew and Mitch
Fleming both of Franklinton; three great-grandchildren; fourteen step-grandchildren;
twelve step- great-grandchildren; and a half brother, W A Lee of Seattle.
Visitation was held yesterday at Crain Funeral Home from 5 p m until
10 p m and today after 9 a m.
Funeral service will be held at 3 p m today in the funeral home chapel
with Rev Ed Griffin and Rev Joe Baugh officiating.
Burial will be in the Rushing Cemetery in Tylertown.
Ernest Willard Page - (Died February 15, 1999)
BOGALUSA - Ernest Willard Page, 82, died Monday at Bogalusa Community
Page is survived by two sisters, Lillie Lusco of Bogalusa, Lois Beaucamp
of Sandy Hook; one brother, Rufuss S Page Jr of Bogalusa; one niece, Ann
Thomas of Sandy Hook; and numerous other nieces and nephews.
Page was preceded in death by his parents, Rufuss and Docie Page and
one sister Mae Hosey.
Visitation will be held Tuesday from 4:30 p m until 9 p m at Poole-Richie
Funeral Home and Wednesday at 10 a m until service.
Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 p m in Poole-Richie Funeral
Home Chapel with Carl Dickens officiating.
Burial will be at Ponamah Cemetery.
Bradley Perkins Strahan - (Died February 13, 1999)
KENTWOOD - Bradley Perkins Strahan, 35, of Kentwood, died Saturday
at Hood Memorial Hospital in Amite.
Strahan is survived by his parents, Lee Roy and Rutha Mae George Strahan
of Kentwood; one brother, Terry Strahan of Hammond, and three sisters,
Christal Dubois, Lisa Thibodeaux both of Kentwood and Joyce Gisclair of
Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home from 5 p m until 10 p m Monday
and after 9 a m. Tuesday.
Funeral service will be held at 11 a m Tuesday in the funeral home
Burial will be in the Spencer Cemetery. Burial will be at Ponamah Cemetery.
Juliet M Wade - (Died February 15, 1999)
BOGALUSA - Juliet M Wade, 99, a resident of Bogalusa died today at
Bogalusa Community Medical Center.
Arrangements are incomplete at this time, Poole-Richie is in charge
Thomas Leonard Walters - (Died February 11, 1999)
BOGALUSA - Tommy Walters, 53, a resident of Bogalusa died last Thursday
at Lakeview Medical Center in Covington Walters is survived by his wife
Susan Browne Walters of Bogalusa; mother, Erma Strickland Walters; a son
and daughter-in-law, Scott and Stacy Walters of Bogalusa; and a grandchild,
Walters was preceded in death by his father, Leonard Tyler Walters.
Visitation was yesterday from 4 p m until 9 p m at Poole Ritchie Funeral
The funeral is today at First Baptist with visitation beginning at
noon until the time of service at 2 p m The Rev Keith Manuel will officiate
Interment will follow in Ponemah Cemetery The family requests floral gifts
or donations be made to First Baptist
Minnie Abram - (Died February 16, 1999)
ANGIE Minnie Abram, 80, died Tuesday at Bogalusa Community Medical
Abram is survived by three daughters, Carrie Abram-Thomas, Mildred
Davis, Mrs Le Bertha Abram all of Angie; three sisters, Carrie Sheridan
Lewis, Lillia (Early) Morris, Jesse Mae Sheridan-Anderson, all of Varnado;
thirteen grandchildren, twenty-two great-grandchildren, four great, great-grandchildren
and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Abram was preceded in death by her husband, parents, four sisters and
Visitation will be held at Cook-Richmond Funeral Home, today from 2
p m until 5 p m Wake service will be at Live Oak United Methodist Church
from 7 p m until 9 p m.
Funeral service is tomorrow at 11 a m at the church Rev Bruce Brown
Sr will be officiating.
Burial will be at Live Oak Cemetery in Angie.
Frank R Gubert - (Died February 13, 1999)
FRANKLINTON - Frank R Gubert, 59, died yesterday at Lakeview Regional
Medical Center in Covington.
Gubert was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church in Franklinton
He was owner and operator of Louisiana Soil Company in Covington for many
Gubert is survived by his wife, Peggy Meyer Gubert of Franklinton;
one son, David Gubert of Franklinton; three daughters, Dawn Mizell of Franklinton,
Amy Gubert of Jackson, MS, Holly Mohr of Plano, TX; two brothers, Val Gubert,
Norbert Gubert both of New Orleans; one sister, Sandra Martin of New Orleans;
and seven grandchildren.
There will be no visitation held.
A funeral mass will be held at 10 a m Thursday at the Holy Family Catholic
Church with Father Bill Blank officiating.
Burial will be in the Corkern Cemetery.
Eva Blanchard Mulla - (Died February 15, 1999)
BOGALUSA - Eva Blanchard Mulla, 83, died Monday at Bogalusa Community
She was a member of the Annunciation Catholic Church of Bogalusa.
She is survived by a sister, Hazel Rayburn; Husband, B B "60" Rayburn
both of Bogalusa; step- daughter, Helen Kerry of Athens, AL; two nieces,
Tommie Jean Rayburn, Betty Ann Bedwell both of Bogalusa; nephew, Benny
Rayburn of Bogalusa; step-granddaughter, Michelle Beggs of Athens; step-great-granddaughter,
Lauren Beggs of Athens.
She was preceded in death by her husband, A Charles Mulla.
Visitation was held in the Chapel of Brown McGehee Funeral Home yesterday
from 6 p m until 9 p m followed by Virgil Funeral Service and Rosary held
at 7 p m.
Funeral mass will be held today at 10 a m at Annunciation Catholic
Church in Bogalusa.
Entombment will be in Lakelawn Park Mausoleum today at 1:30 p m.
Father Kevin Clark O S B and Deacon Chuck Hartman will conduct services.
Loyd C Taylor - (Died February 15, 1999)
BOGALUSA - Loyd C Taylor, 85, died Monday at Bogalusa Community Medical
Taylor was a native of Fields, LA and a resident of Bogalusa for 14
years, he was a veteran of World War II and a member of Berry's Creek Pentecostal
Taylor is survived by his wife, Mavis D Williams Taylor; three daughters,
Bobbie Lynn Steele of Mandeville, Linda G (Jerry) Singletary of Bogalusa,
Jackie R (Charles) Eady of Kinston, NC; three grandchildren, Teresa Lynn
Steele, Loyd Dewayne (Barbara) Steele, Larry Dale Steele; one great-granddaughter,
Alexis Steele; two brothers, Roy Vernon Taylor of Vidor, TX, Junior Taylor
of Houston, TX; one sister, Hazel Taylor Stanley of Kirbyville, TX; and
numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be today from 5 p m until 10 p m.
Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of Brown-McGehee
Funeral Home tomorrow at 2 p m with Rev Willie Pierce officiating, assisted
by Rev Terry Tucker.
Pallbearers will be Emmett L Warner, Blake Warner, Jerry Singletary,
Charles Eady, Lamar Byrd, Freddie Rogers, Larry Steele, and Dewayne Steele.
Interment will follow in William Terrell Williams Cemetery at Isabel.
Frank Johnson Thomas - (Died February 16, 1999)
CLIFTON - Frank Johnson Thomas, 86, died yesterday at his residence.
Thomas was a retired carpenter and a member of the Clifton Baptist
Thomas is survived by his wife of 63 years, Bessie Louise Graves Thomas
of Clifton; one daughter, Marguerite T Lipani of Clifton; two sons and
daughters-in-law, Franklin W (Linda) Thomas of Aliceville AL, Sherman L
(Yvonne) Thomas of Clifton; four grandchildren, Lisa L.
Solnik, Tony Kee Thomas, John Lipani, Chris Thomas; one brother, Odis
Thomas of Tylertown; five sisters, Bertha Stayner of McComb, MS, Ozzie
Hobyard of Tylertown, Elmer Blackwell of Tylertown, Virgie Davis of Sandy
Hook, and Lois Thomas of Thomas.
Visitation will be today from 5 p m until 9 p m and tomorrow from 2
until 3:30 p m at Capps Funeral Home in Tylertown, with funeral services
to follow and burial at the Tylertown Cemetery Rev Ed Griffin and Rev Spiller
Milton will be officiating.
Winnie Norred Ebey (Died February 18, 1999)
HOLDEN, LA- Winnie Norred Ebey, age 58, a resident of Bogalusa, died
She is survived by her daughters, Margaret (Barry) Perrin of Ponchatoula,
Tonya (Allen) LeBlanc of Bogalusa, Wendy (Bill) Nielsen of Bogalusa and
Dana (Joe) Accardo of Tickfaw; brothers, Bruce Norred of Holden; grandchildren,
Ashley and Brooke Perrin of Ponchatoula, Allie LeBlanc of Bogalusa, Sarah
and Sadie Nielsen of Bogalusa, and Samuel and Caleb Accardo of Tickfaw;
and great-grandchild Abigail Grayson Allen.
She was preceded in death by her parents, David and Doris Norred of
Holden and brother, Delmas Norred of Holden.
Visitation will be held at Harry McNeely Funeral Home in Hammond The
funeral services will be held at James Chapel in Holden Burial will be
at James Chapel Cemetery.
Betty Joyce Alford Moak (Died February 12, 1999)
ORT WALTON BEACH, FLA -Betty Joyce Alford Moak, age 65, died February
12, 1999 She was born and raised in Bogalusa After a military career, she
and her husband of 50 years, retired Master Sgt Richard Berwick Moak, bought
a home in Mossy Head, FLA, where they lived for the past 13 years.
She is survived by her husband, Richard; her son, Rick, and daughter-in-law,
Lynda; her daughter, Dana E Icenhour, and her husband, John "Ike" Icehour
; her daughter, Lisa C Moody; and her grandchildren, Justin Keith, Kevin
Jeremy and Megan Melynda Moak She is also survived by her sister, Lennie
Mayor of Hammond and Sidney Alford of Lafayette She leaves behind many
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter D and Ruth Alford;
sister, Ella Rose Lloyd; brothers, Walter D "Pete" Alford and Stanley Alford;
and her beloved grandmother, Rosa Patton.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at 11 a m at Emerald Coast Funeral
Home Burial service was at Beal Memorial Cemetery in Fort Walton Beach
immediately following the services.
Arthur Sharp (Died February 16, 1999)
COVINGTON-Arthur Sharp, age 83, of Bush, died Tuesday He was a native
and life resident of St Tammany.
He is survived by daughters, Maxine S Goings, Alice Pauline Latino,
and Christine S. Youngblood; siblings Delton Sharp, Lela S Jenkins, and
Otha Sharp; grandchildren, Ruth T. Pellegrin, Kenneth Taylor, Lisa T Cook,
Jeff and Scott Daniels, and Brent Goings; twelve great- grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Becky Stogner Sharp; sibling,
Eluie S Jenkins; and grandson Gerald Taylor.
Visitation will be held today from 6 p m to 10 p m Relatives and friends
of the family are invited to attend funeral services tomorrow at 11 a m
from the chapel of E J Fielding Funeral Home in Covington Interment will
be in Sharp Cemetery.
Allen L Bernard - (Died February 17, 1999)
BUSH Allen L Bernard, 59, a native of Hammond and a life resident of
Bush, died Wednesday.
Bernard is survived by his wife, Bernice Blackburn Bernard; two stepchildren,
Steven Seal, Leslie Nicholson; mother, Lillie Thompson Bernard; three step
Bernard was preceded in death by his father, James Bernard.
Visitation will be held tomorrow from 9 a m until service time.
Memorial services will be tomorrow following visitation at 11 a m from
the chapel of E J.
Fielding Funeral Home in Covington.
Laveda Bush - (Died February 16, 1999)
ISABEL Laveda Bush, 66, died Tuesday at Bogalusa Medical Center.
Bush was a former member of Isabel Baptist Church.
Bush is survived by one son, Arron Bush of Oklahoma City, OK; four
brothers, Charles Lott, Marion Lott both of Sun, Gerald Lott of Isabel,
David Graves of Rio; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and
a host of nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held at the Reveire Cemetery in Isabel tomorrow
at 11 a m Rev Ed Jenkins and Butch Reveire will be officiating
Lonnie Keith Lee
(Died April 24, 1999)
FRANKLINTON Lonnie Keith Lee, 60, died yesterday.
Lee was a resident 30057 Red Penton Road in Franklinton.
Arrangements are incomplete Brown McGehee Funeral Home is in charge
Carol Armstrong Brown
(Died April 27, 1999)
BOGALUSA Carol Armstrong Brown, 47, died yesterday and Charity Hospital
in New Orleans.
Crain and Sons Funeral Home of Bogalusa is in charge of arrangements,
which are incomplete at this time.
Denver Charles Tullos
(Died April 27, 1999)
BOGALUSA Denver Charles Tullos, 79, died yesterday at Bogalusa Community
A veteran Pharmacist mate First Class with the U S Navy, he also served
in four different war zones as a Purser in the U S Merchant Marines.
In partnership with his father, Tullos had the Bogalusa Studebaker,
Packard, Rambler Dealership for 25 years A retired district manager for
Equitable Life Assurance Company he was a lifelong member of First Baptist
Church of Bogalusa, a Mason and Shriner and a charter member of the Krewe
of Magic City Carnival Association, (MCCA), Den of Roogaroo.
Tullos is survived by his wife, Sue Windham Tullos, one son, Charles
Tullos; one daughter, Kaye Stafford; two step-sons, John L Magee and Rev
Randall Magee; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his first wife and mother of his children,
Aline Byrd Tullos; one brother, Earl Tullos; one sister Gloria Jean Scroggs
Elzey; and his parents Charles E and Alma Tullos.
Visitation will be held today from 5 p m until 9 p m with Masonic Rites
at 7 p m and will continue tomorrow after 9 a m at Brown-McGehee Funeral
Funeral service will be held at Brown-McGehee Chapel tomorrow at 11
a m with Rev Keith Manuel, Rev Randall Magee and Rev Billy Galloway officiating.
Interment will follow in Seal Cemetery at Varnado.
Remembrances to Supra Nuclear Palsy Society at Woodholme Medical Building,
Suite #515, 1838 Greene Tree Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 or First Baptist
Church of Bogalusa.
Audie Lee Welch
(Died April 27, 1999)
FRANKLINTON Audie Lee Welch, 86, died yesterday at Heritage Manor in
She was the widow of Thomas McCauley and a member of Bethel Baptist
Welch is survived by three sons, Gerald Welch of Franklinton, Hollos
Welch and Michael Welch both of Bush; one daughter, Lanell Martin of Buras;
10 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Welch was preceded in death by a son, Sidney Ray Welch and four sisters,
Rosa Mae Corkern, Beulah Welch, Elois Creel and Emma Galloway.
Visitation will be held at Crain Funeral Home from 6 p m until 9 p
m today and after 8 a m. tomorrow.
Funeral service will be held at 10 a m in the funeral home chapel with
Rev Denny Brumfield and Rev Leon Hickman officiating.
Burial will follow in the Morris Cemetery.