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i, .May 2, 2012 Timothy Hoadley Jr. Mr. Timothy S. Hoadley Jr., 83, of Gulfport, died Tues., April 24, 2012 in Gulfport. Mr. Hoadley was a member of First Baptist Church of Lyman, retired from Keesler and was an Air Force Veteran during the Korean Conflict. His parents, Timothy Sherd and Fannie Simmons Hoadley Sr.; and step-mother, Wilma Hoadley, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Bonnie Maloy Hoadley; son, Kent (Carol) Hoadley of New Orleans, La.; and three grandchildren, Melissa Hoadley, Allison Hoadley and John Hoadley "all of New Orleans. Funeral services were held Fri., April 27, at Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Interment fol- lowed in Carnes Cemetery. Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at www.morefu- neralservices.com. Kenneth Saucier Kenneth Wayne "Kenny" Saucier, 62 of Saucier, died Mon., April 23, 2o12 at his home. Kenny was born on May 6, z949 in Gulfport and was raised on Diamond Road in Saucier and enjoyed the outdoors. He liked to affectionately give nick- names to those closest to him. Hunting, fishing and spending time with his three grandchildren, Gavin, age 7; Ty, age 6; and Kaylee, age 5 was the highlight of his day. He loved to be in the kitchen with his sister, Sissy, helping prepare for family get-togethers. His specialty for any family gathering was to build a fire outdoors and cook an iron pot full of beans. Kenny, Sissy and Randall were always getting together for a celebration, cookout or just a morning cup of eoffee. Kenny was a graduate of Harrison Central High School and was a retired erane operator for TransWorld Drilling. His wife of 33 years, Kay Saucier, and a son, Matt Saucier, joins Kenny in death age 29. His parents, Qunel and Iris Diamond Of Saucier; his paternal grandpar- ents, Benson and Madie Saucier; and maternal grandparents, Robert "Bob" and Pinkie Diamond. preceded him in death. Survivors include his oldest son, Marry Dwayne Saucier of Saucier; his sister, Beverly "Sissy" (Joey) Weekley of Saucier; a brother, Randalt(Julie) Saucier of Saucier; three grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral services were held Tues., May 1 at Riemann Family Funeral Home 11280 Three Rivers Rd., Gulfport. Interment was at Diamond Cemetery in Saucier. Riemann Family Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at www.riemann- family.com. Marsha Saucier Mrs. Marsha Kay Saucier, 54 of Saucier, died Mon., Aprik3; "-* 2o12 at her home. Kay was born Feb. 27, 1958 in Brookhaven. She was a 1976 graduate of Harrison Central High School and a member of the Lizana Baptist Church. She was a hard worker, a loving daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, aunt and a friend. She loved the outdoors, hunting, fish- ing and her children and grandchildren. Her husband, Kenny, and youngest son, Matt, joins her in death. Her father, Robert E. "Bobby" Brown; her paternal grandparents, Bennett and Trudy Brown; and her mater- na] grandparents, James and Mildred Martin, all of Bogue Chitto, preced- ed her in death. Survivors include her oldest son, Marry Saucier of Saucier; her grandsons, Ty Saucier, age 6 of Saucier and Gavin Saucier, age 7 of Saucier; her grand- daughter, Kaylee Saucier, age 5 of Saucier; sisters, Debbie Parker of Tichnor, Ark. and Renee (Frankie) Parker of McHenry; her ! LOCAL I www, stonecoantyenterprise,com Obituaries STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 3 brother, Bob (Peggy) Brown of Perkinston; and numerous nephews, nieces and cousins. Funeral services were held Tues., May I at Riemann Family Funeral Home, t128o Three Rivers Rd., Gulfport. Interment fol- lowed in Diamond Cemetery in Saucier. Riemann Family Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at www.riemann- farrdly.comr.,, , Brandon Saucier Mr. Brandon Matthew Sander, 29 of Saucier, died Mon., April 23, 2o12 in Saucier. Matt was born Jan. 9, 1983 in Gulfport and was a graduate of Harrison Central High School. He was raised on Diamond Road in Saucier and enjoyed all of the outdoor activities of a little boy. Hunting, fishing and monster trucks were always the activities of choice when spending tie with his son, Ty, age 6. Matt was employed , - with Supreme:  ..... - Integrated Technologies in Louisiana. He was also fun loving and will always be loved and missed by so many His parents, Kenny and Kay Saucier, join him in death. His paternal grandpar- ents, Qunel and Iris Diamond Saucier; and maternal grandfather, Robert Brown, preceded him in death. Survivors include his son, 1, Saucier of Saucier; an older broth- er, Marty Saucier of Saucier; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were held Tues., May i at Riemann Family Funeral Home, 11280 Three Rivers Rd., Gulfport. Interment fol- lowed in Diamond Cemetery in Saucier. Riemann Family Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at v.riemann- family.corn John Arkwright Mr. John "Big John" Arkwright, 62 of Lumberton, died Sun., April 29, 9012 in Hattiesburg. Mr. Arkwright was a member of Tuxechena Baptist Church, a Vietnam Army Veteran and worked for Struthers Industries. Survivors indude his children,.John (Rened) Arkwright of Wiggins and Mandy (Erie) Daniels of Wiggins; two stepsons, Greg (Traci) Butler of Saucier and Eric Butler of Saucier; three grandchildren, Heather, Harley Joe and Gracelyn; one brother, Chuck Arkwright of Perkinston; two sisters. Deb Knight of Pennsylvania and Linda Dixon of North Carolina. Funeral services will be held at 1o a.m., Wed., May 2 at Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Garden Cemetery in Laurel. Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at www.moorefu- neralservices.com. hat ca . fmrvlng You 1919 Compiled by Charlotte Wippler (All information for Looking Back is taken as it orinally appears.) Io Years Ago From Wednesday, May z, 2002 ssue of the Stone County Enterprise: - Picture: Bell South announced the wrival of DSL for Wiggins residents. h-ca Bell South customers would ;oon be able to accs the Internet at ighting speed. Jere Hess, Executive )irector for Stone County Economic )evelopment Partnership, and Mayor Ferris Oeal were given a alk through of the Central ]ellSouth office on Vardaman Street n Wtggins. Wal- Mart, set to open in Wiggins n mid July held a job fair at Jeid Hall on the MGCCC 'erkinston campus. They were in zeed of greeters to department rnan- ge and everything in between. * Leironiea Evans, a student at one High and a member of the rack team, placed first in the 2oo md 4oo- meter dash at the 4-A ,egional Track Meet in Gulfport. * Picture: Magnolia Blossom Jomemakers members, Ida Cuevas, dary Breland. bamie Butler, and Rella Brown, entered items in the w. First place tem.ste,to be drs" played at the te meeting in Jaeksrfil . The Cain Cattle Company, of ns, became a new member of he American Agus Association. * New Arrivals: Hannah Grace )avis, and Brhanna Nichole Lee. * Military Mentions: Marine Corps He. Michael Barnhouse, son of Myrna and fford Barnhouse, of aueier, completed the Small Arms Lmir Course. Army Pfc Jason L. )ement, graduated from the petrole- um supply specialist, advanced indi- vidual training course at Fort Lee, in Petersburg, VA, and Air Force kirrnan st ass Emily K. Daqs ,,raduated from basic training at aekland  Force Base in Texas. . Obituaries Im:luded: Lander nfant, 6-months of Wiggins, and alter Morris, of Wiggins. 25 Years Age From Thursday, May 7, 1987 issue )f the Stone County Enterprise: Picture: Greg Dale, son of Mr.and lrs. Jim Dale of Wiggins, and a st-a- lent at MGCCC Perkinston Campus, 'eceived the citizenship award at the ehools awards banquet. Dr. IzTy )leal, dean of students, said it was he highest award the college could #re. Dale was a pre-pharmaey mjor. *Picture: Mable Ramsey, of Wiggins, representing the Texas Chapel Methodist Church, was a can- didate for the NAACP Mother of the Year award. She was the mother of ix sons and had t6 grandchildren. . Picture: Carolyn And Evans, announced her candidacy for Stone County Superintendent of Education. - Military Mentions: Marine Cpl. JetTery Rhodes, son of Lewis and Ethel Rhodes of Perkinston. Was awarded the Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Army Pvt. James K. Vines, son of Linda and Jams Vines of Lumberton, reported for duty with the 32nd Armor, at Fort Hood, Texas. Army Pvt, Rickey J. Rudolf. son of Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Rudolf of Brooklyn, completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Marine Lance Cpl, Wflliara IL Meyer, son of Virgil and BetW Goree, of Waggins participated in a Regimental Field Firing Exercise at Fort Bragg, NC. And, Navy Seaman Recruit Johnny Hancock. son of James and Mary Hancock of Saucier, completed basic training at Recruit Command at Great Lakes Illino Obituaries Included: Joe Anderson,, 82 of Gulfport, Guy B. Balius, 74 of Biloxi, Naomia Anthony, 63 of Gulfport, and Lenora Smith, 58 of Poplarville. 5o Years Age From Thursday, May 3, 1962 itume of the Stone County Knterpris Picture: Dana Fowlkes, m-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Fowlkes, served as a page in the State House of Representatives for a week. Itepsentative Roy Striddand was his sponsor, - Pietttre: Dorothy Mac Sharp, 18- year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Sharpe, was named valedicto- rian of the Wiggins High Class of 1962. She earned a 94.2 average in her four years of academic work. ;lames Seller, son of Mr. and Mrs. PhiIlip Sellers was named salutatori- an and ranked second in his class with a 94- point average. * Boyce Holleman and Sandra Blass, reigned as king and queen of the ninth annual Women's Club Ball. held in the Perkinston Junior College Gymniur Mitary Mentions: Army Specialist Four, Curvis L Broadus. with other from the 47th Ordnance Group in a two week com- mand post exercise in Germany. Hall's astone Store, offered and anniversary of their tires for $10,95, tubeless or w'rdtewall cost $a.oo mor.e Obituaries Included: Elton Earl Lyons, 55 of Perkinston, and Charles E. HoIlingsworth, 40. Playing at the Stranb Theatre: Wistful Wdow of Wagon Gape, Don't Knock the Twist, and Ten Who Dared, plus a cartoon. Playing at the GLO Drive-IN: The Comaneheros starring John Wayne, #usa cartoon. ffakea fixlhe May, 1937 Bank of Wild#Is im Aeetrding t lhepoet the eat  in a fish bo tryingte land alld fek Many mm ak finandany fehing or 8id and as the poet told the t,"a that is mt md,". Ofcttse lte gra moral lies in not getting out into the fmamial ,eenover oae's heed, tmless e is an expert swirmner, sdaemes dmafdlow--dingrespeada- M lds afmsncial -,ner eiimee has sl'na th yur Imnkis 11  ad safe ple ortyar roomy. Bank of Wiggins