MISCELLANEOUS OBITUARIES
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November 25, 1994
Rocky Mountain News
ROY L. EASTLUND, 84, of Denver died Nov. 12 at home. Services were Nov. 18 at
Horan and McConaty Family Chapel. Mr. Eastlund was born Oct. 25, 1910, in Sioux City, Iowa. He married Isabell Cribbs in 1937. He was a meat cutter and also ow
ned his own grocery store in Carroll, Iowa. He was a member of the Lakewood Elks Club No. 1777 and the Meatcutters Union. Survivors include his wife; two sons,
Larry and Don; a daughter, Kay Enomoto; a brother, Larry of Anchorage, Alaska; a sister, Helen Gill of Omaha, Neb.; and six grandchildren. Contributions: Lakewo
od Elks Lodge, Chapter No. 1777, 1455 Newland St., Lakewood 80215.


December 05, 1993
Rocky Mountain News
EMILY M. MAJOR, 92, of Wheat Ridge died Nov. 28 in Christopher House Nursing Home. Services were Dec. 1 at Tower of Memories Chapel. Burial was in Crown Hill Tower of Memories. Mrs. Major was born Nov. 13, 1901, in Chicago. She was a homemaker. She is survived by one son, Lawrence of San Diego; two daughters, Carol Coon of El Cerrito, Calif., and Violet J. Cribbs of Arvada; one sister, Edna Keller of Lansing, Ill.; eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Contributions: American Heart Association or Diabetes Association.


Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Harrold Wass, 90, Bradenton, died April 7, 1999.
He was born Jan. 3, 1909, in Pittsburgh, and came to Manatee County nine years ago from Dayton, Ohio. He was a manager at Walkers Clothing Store and was also in the real estate business in Dayton.
He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Oakwood, Ohio, the Pilgrim Masonic Lodge 691 in Steubenville, Ohio, and Scottish Rite and Antioch Shrine Temple in Dayton. He was an Army veteran of World War II.
Survivors include two sisters, Dorothy Brand and Mary Jane Jamison, both of Pittsburgh; a niece, Colleen Cribbs of Bradenton; three great-nephews; a great-niece; two great-great-nephews; and one great-great-niece.
A service will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Westminster Asbury Towers in Bradenton. National Cremation Society is in charge.
Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida,
5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238.


Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Oliver E. Canton, 84, Port Charlotte and formerly of Punta Gorda, died March 13, 1999.
He was born Oct. 23, 1914, in Kersey, Pa., and came to Charlotte County 19 years ago from Coral, Pa. He worked for many years as a coal miner in Indiana County, Pa. He was formerly co-owner and operator of Canton's Turkey Farm in Coral and co-owner and administrator of Celia Cribbs Nursing Home in Black Lick, Pa. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Punta Gorda.
Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Catherine (Hoyas); two sons, David of Virginia Beach, Va., and Edward of Library, Pa.; a daughter, Bernetta Gordon of Nanuet, N.Y.; five sisters, twin Emma Briglia of Franklin, Pa., Elizabeth Giovanelli of Pittsburgh, Mary Mattiuz of St. Marys, Pa., Frances Voytek of Coral, and Josephine Cassiere of New Alexandria, Pa.; six grandchildren; and a great- grandchild.
Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today, with a wake service at 7 p.m., at Roberson Funeral Home, Punta Gorda Chapel.
Mass will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with entombment in Restlawn Memorial Gardens, Port Charlotte.
Memorial donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, Florida Chapter, 6221 14th St. W., Suite 305, Bradenton, FL 34207-
4637; or Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 211 W. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda, FL 33950.


PEORIA -- John E. Felton, 61, of Peoria died at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1999, at his residence.
Born March 14, 1938, in Peoria to Willis and Frances Kuntz Felton, he married Laeloni Lucas on Feb. 24, 1962, in Peoria. She survives.
Also surviving are his mother of Brimfield; two daughters, Mrs.
Darin (Denyce) Cribbs of Parker, Ariz., and Danita Felton of Peoria Heights; two grandsons; one brother, Bill of Hackensack, Minn.; and two sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Geri) Ely and Mrs. Billie (Jeanne) McCoy, both of Princeville.
He was preceded in death by his father.
He worked for Pabst Brewing Co. in Peoria Heights for more than 23 years. He then was a charter coach driver for more than 10 years, and also served as an Illinois High School Association official.
He was a Marine Corps veteran.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Wright & Salmon Mortuary. Monsignor Charles Beebe will officiate. Visitations will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and 30 minutes before services, both at the mortuary. Burial will be in St. Clements Cemetery in Dunlap.
Memorials may be made to the Akron-Princeville Ambulance Service.


PEORIA -- Joyce Vanessa Macklin, 41, of 2133 N. Wisconsin died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, 1997, at her home.
She was born May 12, 1956, in Chicago to Robert and Bernice Pryor Macklin. They preceded her in death, as did two brothers and two sisters.
Surviving are three sons, Antoine, Johnathan and Christopher, all of Peoria; five brothers, Robert, Darnell and Bruce, all of Chicago, Charles of Sacramento, Calif., and the Rev. Norman of Albany, N.Y.; and three sisters, Cleo Palmer of Peoria, and Dorothy Cribbs and Geraline Crume of Sacramento, Calif.
She worked for U.S. Steel in Chicago.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Bethel United Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert Morwell will officiate. Visitation will be one hour before services at the church. Cremation rites will be accorded.


Leo L. Anderson, 64, of Indiana, Pa., a retired Buffalo-area autoworker, died Wednesday (Feb. 5, 1997) in Scenery Hill Manor Nursing Home after a long illness.
Born in Homer City, Pa., he came to the Buffalo area around
1970.
A line worker and inspector at the General Motors Powertrain Plant in the Town of Tonawanda, he was a member of United Auto Workers Local 774. He retired in 1993 and moved from North Tonawanda to Pennsylvania the following year.
Surviving are a son, Leonard of North Tonawanda; two daughters, Lisa of North Tonawanda and Holly of Niagara Falls; three brothers, James and Perry, both of Homer City, and Glenn of the City of Tonawanda; two sisters, Elnora Cribbs of Niagara Falls and Karen Shetler of Black Lick, Pa.; and a grandson.
Services will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday in Robinson-Lytle Funeral Home, Indiana, Pa. Interment will be arranged.


June 02, 1996
The Sunday Patriot-News Harrisburg
Gordon E. Windows, 75, of 5236 Terrace Road, Hampden Twp., died Wednesday in Holy Spirit Hospital, East Pennsboro Twp.
He was a retired Postal Service safety manager; an Army veteran of World War II; and a member of VFW Post 7327, Springfield, Va.
He was the widower of Dorothy C. Garry Windows. Surviving are a son, Gordon E. Jr. of Macungie; three brothers, Thomas and William, both of New York, and Ronald of Ohio; and four sisters, Joanne Cribbs, June Farina and May Louise Windows, all of Pennsylvania, and Dorothy Baer of North Carolina.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Neill Funeral Home, Camp Hill. Burial will be in Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Viewing will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in the funeral home.


April 18, 1993
The Sunday Patriot-News Harrisburg
Fred J. Eckenrod Jr., 61, of Harrisburg died Friday at home.
He was a retired state Department of Public Welfare audit manager; a Navy veteran of the Korean War; and a member of Rutherford VFW Post
1213, Lawnton American Legion Post 998, USS Bataan CVL 29 Alumni Association, Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association, National Rifle Association and the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees.
Surviving are his wife, Florence R. Eckenrod; a son, Fred A. of Middletown; five daughters, Cheryl and Debra, both of Houston, Linda of Newark, N.J., and Joan and Valerie, both of Greensburg; four stepsons, Joseph D., Daniel L., Benjamin C. and Robert W. Kinney, all of Spartansburg; two sisters, Helen Cribbs and Dorothy Davey, both of Greensburg; 14 grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in Neill Funeral Home, Paxtang. Burial will be in Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Viewing will be from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Bethesda Mission, 611 Reily St., Harrisburg 17102, or Salvation Army, 1122 Green St., Harrisburg
17102.


March 06, 1992
The Evening News Harrisburg
Elsie V. Gundy, 83, of 750 Kelly Drive died yesterday in the Lutheran Home.
She was retired from Katharine Beecher Candy Co. and was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
She was the widow of Irvin M. Gundy. There are no immediate survivors.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Diehl Funeral Home, Mount Wolf. Burial will be in Manchester Union Cemetery.
Viewing will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to her church, P.O. Box 213, York Haven 17370.


August 13, 1999
South Bend Tribune
Hazel May Lindsey, 79, of 2583 Lakeshore Drive, died Wednesday in Lakeland Medical Center - Niles. Survivors include a daughter, Deborah Wilson of Niles; and a brother, Fred Cribbs of Niles.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Halbritter Funeral Home, where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday.
Edward M. Lemanski
May 27, 1925 - Aug. 12, 1999 MISHAWAKA - Edward Michael Lemanski, 74, of W. 15th St., died at 12 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph Community Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Vera (Reeder); two stepsons, John Reeder of Osceola and Chuck Reeder Mishawaka; a sister, Irene Vegh of South Bend; and a brother, Casimir Lemanski of South Bend. Services will be at 10 a.m.
Saturday in Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, Granger. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today in Hahn Funeral Home, and one hour before services in the church.


December 22, 1998
South Bend Tribune
Mae Conlee, 89, of the Ironwood Health & Rehabilitation Center, South Bend, formerly of Dowagiac, died Sunday in the health center.
Survivors include two daughters, Ginny Conlee of Springfield, Ill., and Gerry Hornung of Akron; two sisters, Gretchen Juroff and Ruth Baugartner, both of South Bend; and a brother, Howard Linderman of Torrance, Calif. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 28, in the Federated Church of UCC, Dowagiac. There will be no visitation. The McLauchlin-Clark Funeral Home is handling arrangements.


September 10, 1998
South Bend Tribune
Phyllis J. Randol, 71, of 100 Chestnut, formerly of Niles, died at 2:55 a.m. Sunday in Lee Memorial Hospital. Survivors include four daughters, Beth Bjork of Dowagiac, Myritta Sayer of Lucas, Ohio, Sandra Daam of Kalamazoo and Kay Tulark of Niles; five sisters, Esther Brooks of Granger, Margaret Cribbs of Niles, Pat Messner of Virginia, Ruth Howk of Mishawaka and Katie Voelker of Franklin, Ind.; and a brother, Charles Olinghouse of Niles. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, in First Christian Church. There is no visitation. Groner Funeral Home is handling arrangements.


April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
LIGE WIERZBICKI
Peter's Creek resident Lige Wierzbicki, 78, died peacefully the evening of April 26, 1999, surrounded by his family.
A visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Kehl's Forest Lawn Chapel, 11621 Old Seward Highway. A Memorial Mass will be at 11 a.m.
Friday at Fort Richardson's Main Chapel. Directions will be available at the gate. The Rev. Steven Scherrer will officiate.
After the service, Mr. Wierzbicki will be buried with full military honors at Fort Richardson National Cemetery. A reception will follow.
Mr. Wierzbicki was born Oct. 30, 1920, in Bremond, Texas. He joined the military in 1941, starting in the Army Air Corps before joining the Air Force after it was established. He served in the European Theater during World War II. He served this country 30 years and was a retired civil service employee. Among his medals was the World War II Victory Medal.
Mr. Wierzbicki and his family came to Alaska in 1959 with the military. He fell in love with Alaska and lived here since.
He belonged to the Anchorage and Chugiak senior citizens centers, the Beekeepers Association and the National Rifle Association.
His family recalled: "Retirement was never a retirement. Lige had many hobbies and interests that kept him busy from dawn to dusk.
There were beehives to tend, vegetable gardens to weed, flowers to grow, woodworking projects waiting to be built and cards to play with family and friends. Fishing and hunting were a priority. The rest could wait when fish, bear and moose called his name. Even traveling was arranged around the seasons.
"It has been said by many, known by all, that if Lige had a pair of Vise-Grips and a come-along, he could move the world. Nothing was too difficult to figure out or build.
"We are proud to call him husband, father, grandpa and friend. He will be missed dearly and remembered often with a smile on our lips, a tear in our eye and love in our hearts."
Mr. Wierzbicki is survived by his wife of 56 years, Ruth; his sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald Sr. and Anita, and Roland and Peggy; grandchildren, Ronald Jr., Alexander and Anya; brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Helen, Antoine, and Bruno and Helen; sisters and brothers-in-law, Josie Bienski, Nora Onkonski, Pauline Mocek, Cecile and Ed Filar; and many friends.
Memorial donations may be directed to Hospice of Anchorage, 3305 Arctic Blvd., Suite 105, Anchorage 99503.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
MILLA BACKEN SMITH
Wasilla resident Milla Backen Smith, 93, died April 24, 1999, in her home after an extended illness.
A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. today at Valley Funeral Home. She will be laid to rest at Hermiston Memorial Cemetery in Hermiston, Ore.
Mrs. Smith was born June 2, 1905, in Portland, Ore. She completed high school and earned an associate's degree in secretarial services.
She was a secretary for several businesses in Portland before moving to Hermiston to work at the Umatilla Army Depot. While there in 1941, she met Horace Smith, whom she married. They started a small laundry and then a successful hardware business.
Mrs. Smith retired in 1966 when the couple sold their business.
She was a lifetime member of the Norse Hall and she enjoyed any type of needle craft, quilting, crochet, needle point, embroidering or clothing. She was also an avid reader and gardener.
She moved to Alaska in 1996 and resided in Wasilla.
Her daughter Sylvia said, "She was a gentle person with a subtle wit and a great sense of humor. She taught us to explore and try new things or ideas. She was an innovator. Mom's persistence and independence is evident in each of her children's lives. We learned from her example. She will be greatly missed."
Mrs. Smith is survived by daughters, Susan Smith of Portland and Sylvia Stewart of Wasilla; son, Bob Smith of Hermiston; grandchildren, Shari Cribbs and Randy Smith of Hermiston and Zachary and Kris Langford of Portland; and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were entrusted to the Valley Funeral Home.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
JOHN F. WALLIN
Lifelong Alaska resident John F. Wallin, 74, died April 27, 1999, at Alaska Native Medical Center after a long illness.
There are no public services planned at this time.
Mr. Wallin was born Aug. 5, 1924, in Chignik. A retired commercial fisherman, he had lived in Chignik, Anchorage and Kodiak.
He was a member of the Russian Orthodox Church in Kodiak and enjoyed playing bingo and taking rides in the country.
His family remembers, "John was greatly loved by many relatives and friends. He was considerate and generous to all. His family will miss him greatly. He had a warm smile and a friendly hello for everybody."
Mr. Wallin is survived by his wife, Margaret Wallin of Anchorage; brother, Ivar A. Wallin of Kodiak; sisters, Minnie Basler of California and Tina Carlson of Chignik; nephew, Alvin A. Wallin; niece, Eleanor King; and stepson, Joey Barney.
Cremation arrangements were entrusted to Alaska Cremation Center.
Anchorage resident Jack St. Denis Sr., 90, died April 26, 1999, at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
There will be a visitation at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, 3900 Wisconsin St. Services will begin at noon with the Rev. Daniel Hebert officiating. Pallbearers will include Jack St. Denis Jr., Joseph St. Denis, Steve St. Denis, Joe Pfeifer, Tony Fleming, and Anthony Pfeifer. Burial will follow the service at Angelus Memorial Park Cemetery.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
JACK ST. DENIS SR.
Mr. St. Denis was born Oct. 9, 1908, in Congress, Ariz., and moved to Alaska in 1952. A pipewelder with the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 367, he worked on jobs throughout the state before his retirement in 1972 with 30 years of service. He left Alaska in 1973, but returned in January of 1999.
He enjoyed woodworking and hunting. His family remembers him as a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. They said, "His memory and life will always be in our hearts, as he is a part of us all and we are proud to be a part of his family."
Mr. St. Denis is survived by his wife of 68 years, Eloise St.
Denis of Anchorage; sons and daughters-in-law, Joseph and Faith St.
Denis of Oceanside, Calif., and Jack and Marlene St. Denis of Anchorage; grandchildren, Arlene Van Ness of Phoenix, Ariz., Catherine Hahn and her husband Andy of Sherwood, Ore., Kevin St.
Denis of California, Stephen St. Denis and his wife Linda of Anchorage, Lorraine Pfeifer and her husband Joseph of Anchorage, Karen Goodman and her husband David of Anchorage, and Anita St. Denis and her fiancee Tony Fleming of Anchorage; great-grandchildren Aletha Van Ness, Melissa St. Denis, Cheryl St. Denis, Anthony Pfeifer, Garrett Pfeifer, David Goodman Jr., Jessica Goodman, JulieAnn Goodman, all of Anchorage; and great-grandchildren, Christine Van Ness and Daniel Van Ness of Phoenix, Ariz.
In lieu of flowers, family asks that donations be sent to Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, 3900 Wisconsin St., Anchorage 99517.
Arrangements by Evergreen Memorial Chapel.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
NANCY ANN HILL
Hooper Bay resident Nancy Ann Hill, 28, died April 23, 1999, at her home.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Hooper Bay.
Ms. Hill was born in Anchorage on Nov. 3, 1970, the first of twin daughters to Reuben and Kathryn Hill. She graduated a valedictorian of her senior class in May 1989 and worked as a clerk in the Hill & Joe's store and the Traditional Council.
Her family said, "Nancy passed on to our heavenly Father. She was a sweet and thoughtful mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece and friend. She was a volunteer for many things out of the kindness of her heart. Nancy enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the subsistence life style that she grew up in. She relied upon the spirit of the tundra and will be remembered as a speedy left-handed berry picker. She enjoyed sports and academics and enjoyed playing basketball with her classmates all her life. She even nicknamed her friends in pure Eskimo humor. She will be greatly missed by everyone that she knew and remembered as a kindred spirit."
Ms. Hill is survived by her four children, Samantha Simon, Paula Hill, Arnoldine Hill and Jon Hill; parents, Reuben and Kathryn Hill Sr.; brothers, Ike, Harvey, Reuben Jr., Frank and Freddy Hill; sisters, Nora Smart, Leota Lake, Ramona Hill, Sandra Hill and Marlene Olson all of Hooper Bay, and Viola Grozier of Anchorage; and numerous nephews, nieces, uncles and aunts.
Arrangements were entrusted to Witzleben Family Funeral Homes & Crematory.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
ARTHUR LORD BURR
Former Alaska resident Arthur Lord Burr died peacefully April 15,
1999, in American Fork, Utah. He was 83.
Services were held earlier this month at Anderson and Sons Mortuary in American Fork. Burial was at Murray City Cemetery in Murray, Utah.
Mr. Burr was born April 9, 1916, in Riverton, Utah, to Arthur Ephriam and Mary Alice Lord Burr, the first of six siblings. He was raised in Riverton and Park City.
He married Ila Cloe Barnes in the Salt Lake Latter-day Saints Temple on Oct. 10, 1938. They lived in Anchorage from 1953 to 1980, rearing their family there.
He was a former apartment manager and owner.
Mr. Burr was a kind and gentle man, according to his family, and a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
"(His) devotion had a profound influence upon them and their children and grandchildren," his family said. "That devotion never wavered, no matter how long or hard the road. He was extremely ambitious, such a hard worker. He was creative and inventive, being able to do anything."
He is survived by his children and their spouses, Ardith and Larry Johnson of Mesa, Ariz., Richard and Anni Burr of Pleasant Grove, Utah, Carolyn and Rod Park of Bluffdale, Utah, and Delbert and Cecile Burr of Anchorage; siblings, Roy and Lenna; 27 grandchildren; and 37 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by one grandchild and three great-grandchildren.

April 29, 1999
ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
ANGUS DAY ROBERTSON
Longtime Homer resident Mr. Angus Day Robertson died April 21,
1999, of natural causes at Heritage Place Nursing Home in Soldotna.
He was 84.
Memorial Services will not be held at Mr. Robertson's request.
His cremated remains will be scattered near Iliamna Lake in the Bristol Bay area of Alaska.
Mr. Robertson was born Jan. 14, 1915, in Chengtu, China.
He served in the U.S. Navy and was honorably discharged in 1939.
He then served as a Merchant Marine during World War II. In 1964, he graduated from Western Washington State College where he majored in biology. After graduating, Mr. Robertson moved to Alaska and lived in King Salmon, Palmer and most recently in Homer. He was employed by the State of Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Commercial Fisheries, from which he retired in 1967.
According to his family, he especially enjoyed his years of employment with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in the Bristol Bay Region.
His family said, "Robbie was a loyal dependable friend. He enjoyed family gatherings, political discussions, and was ready to help anyone with a problem. He was loved dearly and will be missed by those who knew him."
Mr. Robertson is survived by his brother, David Robertson of Dana Point, Calif., and friend, John Bury of Fritz Creek.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapels.



Greensboro News & Record
Mrs. Louise C. Davis, 77, of 812 Greenwood Drive died Wednesday, December 6, 1995, at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.
Graveside service will be 4:15 p.m. Friday at Roselawn Cemetery in Athens, Ala.
Mrs. Davis was a native of Athens, Ala. and was a member of Friendly Avenue Church of Christ.
She is survived by her husband, Preston H. Davis of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Dr. James C. and Betty Ann Davis of Atlanta, Ga.; daughter, Dr. Gay N. Davis of Wilmington; sisters, Sandra Cribbs of Athens, Ala., Ruth Lipscomb of Gulfport, Miss. and four grandchildren, Michael Shane Davis, Ashly Elizabeth Davis, Amy Lane Davis and James Preston Davis, all of Atlanta.
The family will receive friends 7-8 tonight at Hanes-Lineberry North Elm Chapel.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice at Greensboro, 2500 Summit Ave., Greensboro, N.C. 27405; or to Friendly Avenue Church of Christ, Building Fund, 5101 W. Friendly Ave., Greensboro, N.C. 27410. RENA SNIDER


Greensboro News & Record
Mrs. Louise C. Davis, 77, of 812 Greenwood Drive died Wednesday, December 6, 1995, at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.
Graveside service will be 4:15 p.m. Friday at Roselawn Cemetery in Athens, Ala.
Mrs. Davis was a native of Athens, Ala. and was a member of Friendly Avenue Church of Christ.
She is survived by her husband, Preston H. Davis of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Dr. James C. and Betty Ann Davis of Atlanta, Ga.; daughter, Dr. Gay N. Davis of Wilmington; sisters, Sandra Cribbs of Athens, Ala., Ruth Lipscomb of Gulfport, Miss. and four grandchildren, Michael Shane Davis, Ashly Elizabeth Davis, Amy Lane Davis and James Preston Davis, all of Atlanta.
The family will receive friends 7-8 tonight at Hanes-Lineberry North Elm Chapel.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice at Greensboro,
2500 Summit Ave., Greensboro, N.C. 27405; or to Friendly Avenue Church of Christ, Building Fund, 5101 W. Friendly Ave., Greensboro, N.C. 27410.


Greensboro News & Record
Mrs. Virginia Ruth Sparks Moore, 78, of 105 Smith Street, died Tuesday, March 19,
1996, at home.
Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday, at the First Baptist Church in Stoneville with burial in the Stoneville Municipal Cemetery.
Mrs. Moore was a native of Altavista, Va., was a homemaker, and was a member of the Stoneville First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, George T. Moore of the home; sons, George Russell Kellam of Post Falls, Idaho, George Russell Moore of Yanceyville; daughter, June Kellam Cribbs of Plant City, Fla.; brothers, Samuel H. Sparks and Joel H. Sparks of Ridgeway, Va., Titus A. Sparks of Stoneville, Rev. David J. Sparks of Mt.
Airy, and Philip T. Sparks of Beckley, W. Va.; sisters, Naomi S.
Wheeler and Rachel Esther Powell of Ridgeway, Va., and Anna P.
Sparks of Martinsville, Va.; one grandchild, Pamela C. Craddock of Stoneville; four great granddaughters, April Hinson Wyatt, Crystal Gayle Craddock, Cassandra Ann Moore, and Delia Ashley Moore of Stoneville.
The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. tonight at Colonial Funeral Home and other times at the home, 105 Smith St., Stoneville.


April 27, 1996
The Sacramento Bee
Anne Arden Chaix, well known in Placerville as front desk clerk at the now-defunct Raffles Hotel, died Tuesday of respiratory failure at a Placerville convalescent home.
She was 95 and had resided in El Dorado for nearly seven decades.
A native of San Francisco, she was the daughter of Louise and Phil Arden, the third of their 12 children. Her father worked as a cook. At various times, the family lived in San Francisco, Berkeley, Reno and Goldfield, Nev., and Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Chaix was the sister of Tom Arden of Grass Valley, retired reporter and columnist for The Sacramento Bee.
Her first marriage, to George Masters, ended in divorce. Her second husband, Roy Henry "Hap" Chaix, with whom she lived on a ranch in Latrobe, died of a heart attack in 1954.
She left the ranch then, moved to Placerville and landed a job at the Raffles Hotel, which closed in 1978.
Mrs. Chaix also was a member of the St. Patrick's Ladies Society and the Marguerite Parlor of Native Daughters of the Golden West.
In addition to her brother, Mrs. Chaix is survived by three daughters, Marie Scheiber and Betty Drennan of Placerville and Marge Cribbs of Sutter Creek; three sisters, Lydia Russ of Placerville, Josephine Gerbig of Hawthorne, Nev., and Mary Dittman of Amador City; 11 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held at Bryant Cemetery in Latrobe.


May 25, 1993
The Baton Rouge Advocate

BRUMFIELD, KATHERINE L.
Died Monday, May 24, 1993, at Meadowcrest Hospital, Gretna. She was 79, a native of Akron, Ohio, and a resident of Gretna. Visiting at McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and after 8 a.m. Wednesday. Religious services at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home chapel, conducted by the Rev. Teman Knight. Interment in Pine Ridge Cemetery, St. Helena Parish. Survived by husband, Clifton R. Brumfield; a daughter, Janet Marie Brumfield; a son, David Pickett; and a grandson.

CAVANAUGH JR., WILLIAM
Died 2:30 a.m. Monday, May 24, 1993, at his residence in Baton Rouge. He was 86 and a native of New Orleans. Visiting at Lakelawn Metairie Funeral Home, Metairie, 10 a.m. until funeral Mass at noon Tuesday. Survived by wife, Hilda Muller Cavanaugh; two sons, William Cavanaugh III and Kenneth H. Cavanaugh; a daughter, Karen C. Kiesel; a stepdaughter, Marion C. Landry; eight grandchildren, Christopher, Constance, Craig and Kyle Cavanaugh, Kevin and Christopher Kiesel and Ken Cavanaugh Jr. and Kelly Cavanaugh.

CLANTON, JOE EDWARD
Died Sunday, May 23, 1993, in Houston, Texas. He was 40, a native of Arkansas and a resident of Baton Rouge. He was an environmental consultant. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., 3 to 10 p.m. Tuesday. Visiting 10 a.m. until religious services in the funeral home chapel at 3 p.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Rick Wilson. Burial in Resthaven Gardens of Memory.
Survived by parents, Charles and Laura Clanton; a son, Christopher Clanton, Clayton; a brother and sister-in-law, Harry and Rita Clanton; two nieces, Candi Ory, Baker, and Laura Brannon, Baton Rouge; two nephews, Ruston and Randy Head; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends. Pallbearers will be Gene Wilson, Mike Robinson, James Williams, John Scully, Tommy Young and Stevie Chutz. He was a member of Istrouma Baptist Church.

DEES, EVA WHITE
Died Monday, May 24, 1993, at Villa Hospital, Jackson. She was
88, a native of Kentwood and a resident of Jackson. Visiting at Charlet Funeral Home, Inc., Clinton, 8:30 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. Darwin Hall.
Burial in Second Baptist Cemetery, Jackson. Survived by husband, Melvie Dees, Jackson.

DENHAM, JOHN FRANK
Died Monday, May 24, 1993, at 11:45 a.m. at Lane Memorial Hospital, Zachary. He was 75, a resident of Slaughter and a native of Central. He was a retired carpenter. Visiting at Charlet Funeral Home, Zachary, 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Interment in Redwood Cemetery, Slaughter. Survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Linda G. Jones and J.M. Jones Jr., Slaughter; five sisters, Ella Lee Hubbs and Annie Thomas, both of Baton Rouge, Carrie Aaron, Florence Landon, and Lula Stevens, all of Baker; two brothers, Robert L. "Jack" Denham and Jesse Denham, both of Zachary; two grandsons, Martin and Delaine Jones, both of Slaughter; and three great-grandchildren, John, Garrett and Jennifer Jones, all of Slaughter. Preceded in death by wife, Selma Rae Denham; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Denham; and a brother, Harney D. Denham.

DOUSSAN, CLEARY J.
Died Sunday, May 23, 1993, at 4:50 p.m. He was 70, a native and lifelong resident of New Orleans. Visiting at Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home, 3827 Canal Street at N. Scott, 10 a.m. until Funeral Mass at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Interment in Metairie Cemetery. Survived by wife, Geraldine A. Doussan; two sons, Charles A. Doussan and Cleary J. Doussan Jr.; a daughter, Frances Doussan McKey; two brothers, Albert F. Doussan Jr. and Leonard B. Doussan Sr.; eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild.Preceded in death by a son, Russell S. Doussan Sr.; parents, Frances Cleary and Albert F.
Doussan. Donations preferred to Ross Doussan Mackey Trust Fund, P.O.
Box 24987, New Orleans, 70184.

DUPLESSIS, LOUVENIA
MOORE
Died Monday, May 24, 1993 at 9:30 a.m. at Riverview Medical Center, Gonzales. She was 91, a native of Brignac and a resident of St. Amant. Visiting at Welsh Funeral Home, Gonzales, 5 to 10 p.m.
Tuesday and 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Rosary Catholic Church at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev.
Tom Ranzino. Interment in church cemetery. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Gladys) Millet, Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Allen
(Bobbie) Woodward, Gonzales; four sons, John E. "Buddy" Duplessis and Harold P. Duplessis, both of Gonzales, Joseph "J.R." Duplessis and Lionel "Penny" Duplessis, both of St. Amant; 13 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandson. Preceded in death by husband, Lester Joseph Duplessis; father and mother, John and Ernestine LeBeau Moore; two sisters, Carrie Templet and Ida Moore; and three brothers, Sam, Roy and Fred Moore. She was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church.

EDWARD SR., CLARENCE
"BABY"
Died 2:58 a.m. Thursday, May 20, 1993, at Earl K. Long Medical Center. He was 60, a native of Lindsey. He was a Thomas Scrap iron cutter. Visiting at High Time Evangelist Center, Pettit Road, Baker,
9:30 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Pastor Bennie McFarland. Burial in Public Cemetery, Zachary.
Survived by wife, Lula M. Edwards; three daughters, Evelyn J.
McFarland, Shelia Y. Edwards and Sandra I. Turner, all of Baton Rouge; two sons, Clarence Edwards Jr., Brown Mill, N.J., and Bernard S. Edwards, Baton Rouge; six brothers; two sons-in-law,; a daughter-in-law; five sisters-in-law; 11 grandchildren; a host of nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by parents; a son; a brother; and a sister. Armstrong-Mackey Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements.

GONZALES, OLIVIA CANTU
Died at 2:06 p.m. Saturday, May 22, 1993, at Starr County Memorial Hospital, Rio Grande City, Texas, after a short illness. She was 82, and a longtime resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting at Ceballos Funeral Home, Rio Grande City, Texas. Religious services at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, San Isidro, Texas, Tuesday. Burial in San Juanita Garza Memorial Cemetery. Survived by six sons, Manuel Gonzales, Harlingen, Texas, Gilberto Gonzales and Antonio Gonzales, both of Baton Rouge, Gustavo Gonzales, Palm Desert, Calif., Jose Rafael Gonzales, Kyle, Texas, and Homero Patricio Gonzales, Jacksonville, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Olivia C. Gutierrez, Kyle, Texas, Mrs.
Viola G. Garza and Maria Dolores G. Villarreal, both of Rio Grande City, Texas, and Maria Del Rosario Varnado, Intracoastal City; three sisters, Guadalupe C. Garcia, San Benito, Texas, Eva C. Velasco, Brownsville, Texas, and Andrea C. Subialdea, Fort Worth, Texas; 30 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Manuel S. Gonzales, on January 25, 1993.

GUILLORY, AURIEAN "A.D"
Died 7:05 a.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center. He was 74, a native of Vick and resident of Baton Rouge. He was a retired East Baton Rouge Parish schoolteacher, having taught at Pride High School for 25 years. Visiting was held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., 2 to 9 p.m.
Monday and 8 to 10:40 a.m. Tuesday. Rosary was said at the funeral home Monday. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church at 11 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Msgr. Leo Guillot. Burial in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by wife, Lucille Matherne Guillory, Baton Rouge; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Paula and Coy Smith, Baton Rouge, Patrice Bottger, B aton Rouge, and Denice and Greg Thomas, Baton Rouge; three sisters, Lettie Guillory and Zepha Guillory, both of Alexandria, and Hazel Fuqua, Effie; two brothers, T.C. "Tete" Guillory, Pineville, and Emery "Cot" Guillory, Vick; former son-in-law, Justin Bottger, Baton Rouge; and three grandchildren, Blake and Lindsay Bottger and Eric Smith. Preceded in death by parents, William M. and Mary Beaubouef Guillory; and four brothers. He was a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, past president of East Baton Rouge Parish Farm Bureau, member of Pride Farm Improvement Club and various teacher's associations. Memorial donations may be made to Bishop Stanley Ott Shelter for the Homeless,
2550 Plank Road, Baton Rouge, 70805.

HOWARD, JEFFREY LYNN
Died 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans. He was 30, a resident of Hammond and a native of Baton Rouge. He was a student at Southeastern State University, Hammond and served in the U.S. Navy as a hospital corpsman for eight years. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., 4:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and after 10 a.m. Wednesday. Religious services at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home chapel, conducted by Dr.
Lawton Searcy. Burial in Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Survived by father, James L. Howard Sr., Baton Rouge; mother and stepfather, Billie W. and Bill Flynn, Port Allen and Hammond; two sisters and two brothers-in-law, Terri and Claude Adams and Tonya and Scott Lavergne, all of Baton Rouge; a stepsister, Tami Flynn, Baton Rouge; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Jimbo and Marcia Howard, Zachary, and Tod and Sharon Howard, Madison, Miss.; two stepbrothers, Todd and Troy Flynn, both of Port Allen; maternal grandmother, Lucy Whatley, Pollock; paternal grandfather, H.D. Howard Sr., Pineville; step-paternal grandmother, Thelma L. Flynn, Port Allen; six nieces, Randi, Rhette and Robbie Adams, Lacey, Blaine and Laryn Howard; two nephews, Laremy Howard and Gerard Paul Lavergne; many other relatives; and friends, including Leslie Meyers and Jayne Cohen.
Preceded in death by maternal grandfather, Elton A. Whatley; and paternal grandmother, Aline Howard. Pallbearers will be Claude Adams, Scott Lavergne, Tod Howard, Jimbo Howard, Jason Desselle, Justin Desselle and Scott Vanlangendonck.

KENT, MINERVA CAROLINE
CRAWFORD
Died at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. She was a native of Deerford and resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting was held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East,
11000 Florida Blvd., 5 to 9 p.m. Monday. Visiting 10 a.m. until religious services in the funeral home chapel at 3 p.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. Milford Walters and the Rev. Jimmy Nichols.
Burial in Roselawn Memorial Park. Survived by a daughter, Margaret Guy, Lake Charles; a son and daughter-in-law, A.J. and Minette Kent, Baton Rouge; a sister, Mrs. Ruben Austin, Deerford; 13 grandchildren;
21 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Allie L. Kent; two daughters, Allean Bankston and Esther Phillips; a son, Stanley E. Kent; three brothers; and a sister.

MCDANIEL, BURNON L.
Died 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 22, 1993, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center. He was 85, a native of Holum and resident of Baton Rouge. He was a retired Union Tank Car Co. tank car cleaner.
Visiting was held at Hollabaugh-Spindle Wooddale Memorial Chapel 6 to
10 p.m. Monday. Visiting at the funeral home chapel, 8 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. C.
Milford Walters, of Winbourne Avenue Baptist Church. Burial in Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Survived by wife, Maude Mayes McDaniel; two daughters, Marlene Billings, Zachary, and Susan McGrey, Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters, Effie Spencer, Monroe, and Zola Windham, Baton Rouge; a brother, Ralph McDaniel, Holum; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents, David and Leona Torry McDaniel; eight brothers and sisters.

MINARIK, MARGARET LYNN
Died Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center.
She was 86, a native of Monroe and a longtime resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting at Welsh Funeral Home, 6700 Florida Blvd., 1 p.m.
until religious services in the chapel at 3 p.m. Tuesday, conducted by Father Michael Moroney. Burial in Felders Cemetery, near Denham Springs. Survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth Ann and Marion Weimer; brothers and sisters-in-law, Robert T. and Mary Armstrong and William B. And Bernice Lammert; a sister and brother-in-law, Alta and Harvey Cribbs; a grandson, Robert Fred Weimer; a granddaughter, Margaret Anita Weimer Samulka; great-grandchildren, Sandy, Susan and Brandy Weimer, Tanya Tucker, Parrish, Chantel and Hope Chiasson; a great-great-grandchild, Lee Chiasson; nieces, Lecarol Chatelain and Harvine Joiner; and a nephew, Jack Minarik. Pallbearers will be Parrish Chiasson, Donald E.
Chatelain, Virgil Guy Joiner, Jimmy Johnson, Calvin K. Wood and Teddy Joe Telano. Honorary pallbearers are Harvey H. Cribbs, Donald E.
"Donnie" Chatelain Jr., Robert H. "Robbie" Chatelain, Robert Armstrong and William B. Lammert. She was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center.

PALERMO, LUCY
Died 9:30 p.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Pointe Coupee Nursing Home, New Roads. She was 79, a native and resident of Fordoche.
Visiting was heldat Niland Funeral Home, Livonia, 5 to 10 p.m. Monday and 8 to 9:45 a.m. Tuesday. Religious services at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church, Livonia, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Father Bob Stine. Interment in Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church Cemetery, Maringouin. Survived by a son, Peter Joe Palermo, Baton Rouge; two stepsons, Peter and Victor Palermo, Fordoche; a stepdaughter, Camilla Sparks, Maringouin; numerous step-grandchildren; and step-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Joe Palermo; parents, and a stepson, Frank Palermo.

REASONER, EARL J.
"BLACKSMITH"
Died 6:05 p.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at his residence in Baton Rouge. He was 74 and a native of Hillsdale, Mich. He retired from Exxon Co. USA as a blacksmith in 1979 and was a U.S. Army-Air Corps veteran of World War II. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East,
11000 Florida Blvd., 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 8 to 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday. Prayer services at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Mass of Christian Burial at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church at
11 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by Father Henry W. Gautreau. Interment in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by wife, Congetta "Connie" Mitchell Reasoner; mother Alice Clark; a daughter and son-in-law, Carolyn Reasoner Carter and Mitch Carter; five sisters; five brothers; three grandchildren, John Shane Carter and wife, Karen L.
Carter, Mitchell Renee and Jason Mitchell Carter; a great-grandson, Benjamin Chase Carter. Preceded in death by father and a sister.
Pallbearers will be Shane and Jason Carter, Jason Stone, Mickey and Ronnie Mitchell and Kevin Graham. He was a member of V.F.W. Honor Guard Post No. 3784, American Legion and past member of Merry Whirler's Dance Club and Exxon Annuitant Club. Family would like to thank the Hospice Foundation, The Oncology Unit at Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Dr. Judd E. Patten and The Cancer Society of Greater Baton Rouge.

ROBINSON, LULA MAE
Died at 8 p.m. Friday, May 21, 1993, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center. She was 66, a native of Baker and a resident of Baton Rouge. She was a retired Baton Rouge Guest House employee.
Visiting at Winnfield Funeral Home, 7221 Plank Road, 1 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday. Visiting at New Light Baptist Church, 650 Blount Road, 5 p.m. until religious services at 8 p.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Dr. H.B. Williams. Dismissal at 10 a.m. Thursday. Burial in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survived by husband, Eldredge Robinson; mother, Edwina Bady; a son, Willard L. Robinson; a daughter-in-law, Lynda M. Robinson; a brother, Mannie "Red" Myles; two uncles, Burn Bady and Ernest Meyers; a granddaughter, Courtney D. Robinson; a grandson, Taurus D. Robinson, all of Baton Rouge; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Preceded in death by father, Joseph Myles; and a brother, Alex Williams.

STEVENS, JEANETTE
THOMPSON
(MRS. ALBERT A. STEVENS SR.)
Died Sunday afternoon, May 23, 1993, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center after an extensive illness. She was 72, and a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Burial in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by husband, Albert A. Stevens Sr.; nine children and their spouses, Fred and Sandra Burkett, Linda Rivet, Walter and Anita, Barry and Melanie, Richard and Bryan Stevens, all of Baton Rouge, Albert Jr. and Carolyn, Charlotte, N.C., Ray and Nedra Navage, Watertown, Conn., and Gary and Jane Stevens, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 19 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Mark
(Kathleen) Flash, Baton Rouge, Mrs. William (Mary Sue) Bryant, New Orleans , and Mrs. Cam Miller, Cut Off; and a brother and sister-in-law, Allen and Bernice Thompson, Baton Rouge. Preceded in death by parents, J. Allen Sr. and Rosa Thompson. She was a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus Istrouma Council 2807 Auxiliary, the 1939 graduating class of St. Joseph Academy and retired from the Louisiana Nursing Home Association. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Mary Bird Perkins Radiation Center. Pallbearers will be her grandsons.

STEWART JR., LOUIS "K"
Died 1 p.m. Sunday, May 23, 1993, at Opelousas General Hospital, Opelousas. He was 72, a native and resident of Baton Rouge. He was a retired Chicago Bridge and Iron Co. employee, with 42 years of service, and a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., 5 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, with Masonic services at 7 p.m. Visiting at Parkview Baptist Church, 8:30 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Bob Anderson. Burial in Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Survived by wife, Evelyn M. Stewart, Baton Rouge; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Barbara S. and E.F. Anderson Jr., Linda K. Berente, Sheila S. and Myron E. Klahn, all of Baton Rouge; a sister, Mamie Laura Peyton, Warren, Mich.; five grandchildren, Robert W. Anderson, Ralyn K. Berente, Jason M. Klahn, Jeffrey L. Klahn , Seannah L. Berente; and a great-grandson, Logan Hunter Anderson.
Preceded in death by four brothers and three sisters. He was a member and deacon of Parkview Baptist Church, member of Gonzales Lodge, F&AM, and Acacia Shrine Temple.

WILLIAMS, BESSIE LEE
Died Saturday, May 15, 1993, at Baton Rouge General Medical Center. She was 85, a resident of Baton Rouge and a native of West Baton Rouge. She was a homemaker. Visiting at Southside Funeral Home, 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday. Visiting at New Beulah Baptist Church, 5 p.m. until religious services at 8 p.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. R.A. Clark. Dismissal at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Interment in Southern Memorial Gardens. Survived by a daughter, Mary Lewis, Chicago, Ill.; two sisters, Verlean L. Leatherman, Baton Rouge, and Jane Bradford, New Orleans; a grandchild, and three great-grandchildren. She was a member of New Beulah Baptist Church and the Steward Board.


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