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July 28, 2010 I LOCAL I i www.stonecountyenterprise.com STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 3 i Pare Bates Mrs. Pam Bates, 51 of Wiggins died Thursday, July 22, 2010 at Forrest General Hospital, Hattiesburg. Mrs. Bates was a member of Vardaman Street Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Ricky Bates of Wiggins; two daughters, Ashley Jefferson of Gulfport and April Kostmayer of Wiggins; parents, Howard and Kathryn Easterling of Wiggins; one brother, Clark Easterling of Wiggins; and four grand- children. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 24 from Moore Funeral Home Chapel, Wiggins. Interment followed in Wiggins City CemeteD'. Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Laverne Hathaway, 86 of Level Plains, Ala. died Thursday, June 24, 2ol0 at the family resi- dence. Her husband, Henry T. Hathaway; mother, Diey Breland; father, Otis Breland; and one sister, Wallean Chandler, preced- ed her in death. Survivors include two daughters, Henrietta (Greg) Swim of Level Plains and Diana Powell of Enterprise, Ala.; one son, Mike (Lindia) Hathaway of Level Plains; two brothers, Nelos Breland of Wiggins and Wallace Breland of Brooklyn; one sister, Estelle Moore of Perkinston; four grandchil- dren; and lO great grand- children. Funeral services were held Sunday, June 97 at Searcy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Rick ttayes officiating. hlterment followed in Daleville Memorial Gardens. Searcy Funeral Home and CrematoIT of Enterprise was in charge of arrange- ments. Ann Morell Ann Denson Morell, 86 of West Bend, Iowa died April 22, 201 at the Palo Alto County Hospital in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Mrs. Morell was born March 8, 1924 in New Site, Miss, the daughter of William and Isabel Clark Denson. Survivors include two daughters, Carolyn Ebersol of Fenton, Iowa and Cherlyn (Bill) Wagner of West Bend; one brother, Glen Denson; six grand- children; 12 great grand- children; and one great great granddaughteE Private graveside services will be held Monday, August 2, 2olo in the Biloxi National Cemetery. Mrs. Queener B. Griffin, 9l of New Augusta died Thursday, July 8 at her son's residence. Mrs. Griffin was a mem- ber of Church of God in Christ. Survivors include three sons, Carl Griffin of New Augusta, Henry. McSwain of New Augusta and Thomas McSwain of Hattiesburg; four daugh- ters, Georgia Lee McSwain of Hattiesburg, Gloria McSwain of Hattiesburg, Idella MeSwain of Hattiesburg and Evaline Smith of New Augusta; one sister, Susie Johnson of Oakland, Calif.; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday, July 15 from Providence Baptist Church in New Augusta. Interment was in Hollimon Cemetery. Owens-Ramey Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Irene Dantzler, 84 of Purvis, died Wednesday, July 7, 2too at Wesley Medical Center, Hattiesburg. Mrs. Dantzler was a retiree of the Purvis School System and a member of Spring Chapel Missionary. Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Johnny Dantzler Jr. of Hattiesburg and Vyron Dantzler of Purvis; one daughter, Lola D. I gan of Purvis; five grandchildren; and five great grandchil- dren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 14 at Spring Chapel Missionary Baptist Church. Interment followed in Pulwis Community Cemetery'. Owens-Ramey Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements. Ms. Doris Jean Johnson, 62 of Hattiesburg, died Wednesday, July 2OlO at Wesley Medical Center, Hattiesburg. Ms. Johnson served as chief union steward and union steward for United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, Local #1991 and was a member of Sweet Pilgrim Baptist Church. Survivors include her father, Derias Johnson of Hattiesburg; two daugh- ters, Valarie Johnson of Columbus, Ohio and Angela Johnson of Columbus; two sisters, Dr. Patricia Johnson-Dalzine of Xenia, Ohio and Linda Johnson-Bozeman of Columbus; and one broth- er, Johnny E. Johnson of Hattiesburg. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 24 from Sweet Pilgrim Baptist Church. Interment fol- lowed in Highland Cemetery'. Owens-Ramey Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Courtney Beavers, 30 of Gulfport, died Friday, July 2, 2OlO at his resi- dence. Mr. Beavers was employed with Gray's Lazy Boy Furniture and attend- ed Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Survivors include his par- ents, Tammy L. Beavers and Leon H. Jamison Jr.; one son, Courtney Beavers Jr. of Gulfport; two daugh- ters, Madison Beavers of Gulfport and Alysia Dunklin of Gulfport; one sister, Bianca Carter of Mobile, Ala.; three broth- ers, Leon H. Jamison III of New Orleans, La., Brandon Smith of New Orleans, and Jeffery Weston Jr. Funeral services were held Saturday, July m from Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Interment followed in Monroe Memorial Park. Owens-Ramey Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. Husband Jr. Mr. Albert Husband Jr., 59 of Wiggins, died Thursday, July 15, 2too at Forrest General Hospital, Hattiesburg. Mr. Husband was a veter- an of the U.S. Army and a member of St. Paul Missionary" Baptist Church. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Cornelia Husband of the Maxie Community; one son, Curtis Baker of Pensacola, Fla.; five daughters, Marcia Paige of Longwood, Fla., Tanya Husband of Hattiesburg, Dwana Haley of Wiggins, Tangela Husband of Wiggins and Jennifer Husband of Wiggins; one sister, Shirley Barron of Hattiesburg; and N ew Handbags, Wallets, lbtes Bags, Dufftes, Pen@ ags, MaRe-up Bags Bible 5mall Lap Bags, Message Bags all assorted colors and styles! 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