Obituaries 10-20-22

October 19, 2022

MARY ELIZABETH COCHRAN

Dec. 3, 1947-Oct. 11, 2022

Funeral services for Mary Elizabeth Cochran, 74, of Buckatunna, will be

at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022 from the Chapel of Freeman Funeral

Home, with Rev. Paul Harris officiating. Visitation will be from 12-2

p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022 from the Parlor of Freeman Funeral Home.

Following the funeral service, interment will take place at Zion Rest

Cemetery in Buckatunna.

Born in Stratton on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1947 to Alfonzo Dodd and Dorothy

Dodd, she had worked in Production at Scott Paper Company.

She died on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022 at HCA Florida Gulf Coast Hospital in

Panama City, Fla.

She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Jame and Jessice

Keenam, Jr., of Tampa, Fla. and Jody and Amber Keenam of Panama City

Beach; her brother, Danny Dodd of Mobile, Ala.; three sisters, Brenda

Farmer, Darlene Paul and Sulvia Strickland, all of Mobile; two

granddaughters, Casey Keenam and Courtney Keenam, both of Tampa; and two

great-grandchildren, Ryus Ball and Leona Ball.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lyman Carlise Cochran; her

father, Alfonzo Dodd; her mother, Dorothy Dodd; her brother, William

Dodd; and her sister, Jean Douglas.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.freemanfh.com.

Freeman Funeral Home of Waynesboro is in charge of arrangements.

OMEGA G. DAVIS

Feb. 23, 1945-Oct. 14, 2022

Funeral services for Omega G. Davis, 77, of Waynesboro, will be at 11

a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022 from Pineville Missionary Baptist

church, with Pastor Samuel Newton officiating. Visitation will be from

9-11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022 from Pineville Missionary Baptist

Church.

Following the funeral service, interment will take place at the church

cemetery.

Born on feb. 23, 1945, she was a Retiree with Wells-Lamont Glove

Factory.

She died on Friday, Oct. 14, 2022 in Saucier.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomes.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro is in charge of arrangements.

HILDA ELIZABETH MINTON NEWSOM

MRS. WALTER DECELL NEWSOM

Feb. 21, 1920-Oct. 11, 2022

Funeral services for Hilda Elizabeth Minton Newsom (Mrs. Walter Decell

Newsom), 102, will be at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022 from

Waynesboro First United Methodist Church, with Dr. Steven Bruns

officiating. Visitation will be from 1-2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022

from Waynesboro First United Methodist Church.

Following the funeral service, interment will take place at Serenity

Gardens Cemetery.

Born in Gadsden, Ala., on Feb. 21, 1920, she was the daughter of

Clarence Shuford (Painter) and Juanita Victoria (Henson) Minton, both

natives of East Ellijay, Ga.

She grew up in Laurel during the Depression, graduating from George S.

Gardiner High School in 1937. She graduated from Jones County Junior

College in Ellisville. She served as President of Dunahoo Literary

Society and was the News Editor of The Radionian. Following graduation

in 1939, Hilda worked as Mail Circulation Manager at The Laurel

Leader-Call Newspaper. In September 1941, she became Assistant Manager

of the Office Supply Company.

On March 15, 1943, she became the first woman in Mississippi who

enlisted in the Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Services (WAVES),

a branch of the Navy created to free men for active duty. Following boot

camp, HIlda covered Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and western

Florida as a Recruiter and was commended by the Chief of Naval Personnel

for her work in Navy Nurse Procurement. She was given an Honorable

Discharge on Nov. 14, 1945 with the rating of Specialist Recruiter First

Class.

While stationed in New Orleans, Hilda became reacquainted with Navy

Lietuenent Walter Decell Newsom, a native of Wayne County and son of

Louis Rowan and Annie Coral (Gray) Newsom. They married on June 2, 1946

in Laurel. That fall, the newly established G. I. Bill of Rights allowed

her to enter the University of Chicago, where she graduated on March 19,

1948 with a degree in Biological Sciences and Decell graduates from the

Northern Illinois College of Optometry Accelerated Program.

The Newsomes returned to Mississippi, with Dr. Newsom beginning his

Optometric practice in December 1948 in Waynesboro. By 1950, Hilda was

the proprietor of the Sunny Flower Shop and then, later, of the Spot

Coffee Shop. She and Decell were co-owners of many area businesses, such

as the Triple Threat, the Humdinger, the Fiesta Restaurant and several

curb stores, as well as the Twin Cinema II and Serenity Gardens

Perpetual Care Cemetery.

Hilda and Decell were instrumental in bringing Malbis Bread Company and

Borden's Wayne Maid Dairy Products into Wayne County. Hilda taught

English at Waynesboro-Central High School and participated in Adult

Literacy Programs. She had several articles published in national

magazines, and she enjoyed reading, studying foreign languages,

swimming, painting, pottery making, traveling and playing (and winning)

a mean Scrabble game!

Since 1949, Hilda and Decell, and their five children, participated in

activities of her beloved Waynesboro First United Methodist Church. Her

rewarding activity was teaching the Pre-School Sunday School Class.

Decell died on Aug. 20, 2003 in Hattiesburg. After his death, Hilda

thrived in Azalea Trace, a retirement community in Pensacola, Fla. She

will be remembered as a faithful Christian, beloved wife and mother and

close friend.

She died on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022 in Pensacola.

She is survived by her two sons and daughters-in-law, David L. "Larry"

and Martha Newsom of Waynesboro and Richard L. and Renee Newsom of

Laurel; two daughters and sons-in-law, Anita L. Newsom and Steven Nail

of Greenville and Karena L. Newsom and Raad Cawthon of Oaxaca, Mexico;

her sister, Oleta I. Minton Montgomery of San Antonio, Texas; her

grandchildren and their respective spouses, W. Lance and Sommer Newsom,

William G. Newsom, Linda D. and Tiebauer Forrest, Eric A. Tiebauer, Lisa

A. Tiebauer, Zachary L. Newsom, Jodie L. Newsom and Mason Walters, A.

Courtney Cox, Luaren E. Nail and Emile Swindol and T. Jacob and Tessa

Cawthorn; and her great-grandchildren, Bailey Newsom, Britton Newsom,

Ryleigh Newsom, Olivia Newsom, Austin Newsom, Amelia Cox, Charles

Abston, Victoria Warren, Britain Hart, Paron Forrest, Rachel Tiebauer,

Forress McRae, Jairus McRae, Tucker Cawthon, Esme Cawthon and Otto

Cawthon.

Pallbearers will be Lance Newsom, Zachary Newsom, Eric Tiebauer, Emile

Swindol, Mason Walters and Terry Clanton. Honorary pallbearers will be

Tom Becton, Jacob Cawthon, Bob Cooley, Doug Everitt, Ennis King, Alan

McAdams, Will Newsom, Ken Rhinehart, Gary Sigler, Bill Walker and Bobby

Watkins.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First United Methodist

Church, 701 Turner St., Waynesboro, MS 39367.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.freemanfh.com.

Freeman Funeral Home of Waynesboro is in charge of arrangements.

A.J. MCLAIN

April 27, 1991-Oct. 10, 2022

Funeral services for A.J. McLain, 31, of Millry, Ala., were conducted on

Monday, Oct. 17, 2022 from the Chapel of Freeman Funeral Home, with Rev.

Jim Koen officiating and Dalton Tate and A.J. Tate speaking.

Interment followed at Hickory Grove Cemetery.

Born in Hattiesburg on Saturday, April, 27, 1991, he graduated from

Millry High School Class of 2010. He worked in Shipping and Receiving in

the Construction Industry.

He died on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 in Savannah, Ga.

He is survived by his mother, Melinda S. Dyess of Millry; his father,

Darwin Dyess of Millry; Kevin McLain of Richton; his sister, McKenzie

Dyess of Millry; his broher, Alec Dyess of Millry; his half-brother,

Aiden McLain of West Point; two half-sisters, Rachel McLain of West

Point and Emma McLain of Richton; his maternal grandfather, J.D. Smith;

his paternal grandparents, Cowan and Marsha McLain of Richton; and a

host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Sundra Smith; and

his paternal grandparents, Frank A. and Sonja Dyess.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.freemanfh.com.

Freeman Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

PEARLINE MCCARTY

June 23, 1948-Oct. 10, 2022

Graveside services for Pearline McCarty, 74, of Waynesboro, were

conducted on Monday, Oct. 17, 2022 from Cokes Chapel Cemetery in

Vossburg, with Rev. Willie Kinslow officiating.

Born on June 23, 1948, she was a Retired Nurse's Aide.

She died on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 at Wayne General Hospital.

She is survived by four sons and three daughters-in-law, Homer and

Crystal McCarty, Tommy McCarty, James and Kenyada McCarty and Larry and

Ola McCarty; a daughter, Tracey McCarty; two brothers, Horace Roberts

and James Roberts; two sisters, Celestine Roberts and Susan Roberts; 12

grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, two brothers and two

sisters.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

EVA MAE JONES

Feb. 6, 1945-Oct. 9, 2022

Funeral services for Eva Mae Jones, 77, of Waynesboro, were conducted on

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022 from Sweet Hope Missionary Baptist Church, with

Rev. Curtis Blakley officiating.

Interment followed at Waynesboro Cemetery.

Born on Feb. 6, 1945, she was a Homemaker.

She is survived by five sons and three daughters-in-law, Lee Mark and

Anita Jones, Sr., David and Catherine Jones, Terrance Jones, Sr., Corey

and Star Jones and Rahson Harris; four daughters and two sons-in-law,

Latica and Alex Jordan, Sheretta Dais, LaToya Jones and Candance and

Levell Walley; a brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Zeder Pough; 37

grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, a special granddaughter she

raised as her own along with her husband, Shakeira and Glendriquez

Terrell.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister and a special aunt

and uncle.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

WILLIE JAMES BROWN

Oct. 4, 1955-Oct. 1, 2022

Graveside services for Willie James Brown, 66, of Shubuta, were

conducted on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 from Davenport Cemetery in Shubuta,

with Rev. Darrin Thomas officiating.

Born on Oct. 4, 1955, he was a former Orderly.

He died on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 at his residence.

He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Joe Nathan and Helen

McFarland of Brandon; three sisters and a brother-in-law, Audrey and

Samuel Carter of Shubuta, Raynette McFarland of Jackson and Dianna

McFarland of Gary, Ind.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

GEORGE MCARTHUR ARRINGTON

Nov. 23, 1942-Oct. 4, 2022

Funeral services for George McArthur Arrington, 79, of Shubuta, were

held on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 from Altair Missionary Baptist Church in

Shubuta, with Rev. Arthur Bartee officiating.

Interment followed at the church cemetery.

Born on Nov. 23, 1942, he was a Retired School Teacher in the Wayne

County School System and served as a Deacon and Male Choir Member at

Altair Misisonary Baptist Church.

He died on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022 at Wayne General Hospital.

He is survived by his wife, Lessie R. Arrington of Shubuta; his daughter

and son-in-law, LaVonda and Anthony McLemore of Hattiesburg; his sister,

Mary Coleman; and two granddaughters.

He was preceded in death by his parent,s three sisters and two brothers.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

OLLIE LOFTON

Oct. 28, 1950-Oct. 4, 2022

Funeral services for Ollie Lofton, 71, of Shubuta, were conducted on

Friday, Oct. 14, 2022 from Altair Missionary Baptist Church in Shubuta

with Rev. Arthur L. Bartee officiating.

Interment followed at the church cemetery.

Born on Oct. 28, 1950, he was a Retiree from Laurel Machinery and

Foundry and was a Military Police Officer and U.S. Army Veteran.

He died on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022 at his residence.

He is survived by his spouse, Catherine Spencer Lofton, two sons and

daughters-in-law, Manuel D. and Angela Lofton of Erie, Pa., and Akeem C.

and Shemeka Lofton of Laurel; a daughter and son-in-law, LaTonya and

Michael James of Shubuta; four brothers, Robert Lofton, Jr., Grady

Lofton, Roy Lofton and R.C. Lofton of Waynesboro; six sisters and two

brothers-in-law, Lula McClendon, Evon and R.L. Carter, Louise Moffett,

Mary Nell and Gregory Myers and Trish Lofton of Erie and Gracie Lofton

of Great Neck, N.Y.; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers and a sister.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

CLARA MAE PICKENS

June 10, 1934-Oct. 3, 2022

Funeral services for Clara Mae Pickens, 88, of Sandusky, Ohio, were

conducted on Friday, Oct. 14, 2022 from Mt. Levy UM Church in

Matherville with Rev. Dr. Marjorie Walker and Rev. Larry Pickens

officiating.

Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Born on June 10, 1934, she was a Retiree with Cedar Point Amusement Park

in Sandusky.

She died on Monday, Oct. 3, 2022 in Sandusky.

She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Henry E. and Deborah

Pickens of Powell, Ohio and Jimmie R. and Denise Pickens of

Indianapolis, Ind.; her brother and sister-in-law, Chester and Patsy

Moody of Matherville; her sister, Elsie Horne of Mississippi; six

grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren and two godsons, Lester

"Man" and Sonny Dorsey.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, three children

and 12 brothers and sisters.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

BEVERLY ANN POWE

June 20, 1964-Sept. 30, 2022

Funeral services for Beverly Ann Powe, 58, of Quitman, were conducted on

Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022 from Zion Chapel Cemetery, with Rev. Marjorie

Walker and Minister Tywanda Johnson officiating.

Born on June 20, 1964, she was a Laborer with Mar-Jac.

She died on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022 at Forrest General Hospital in

Hattiesburg.

She is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, Phylandus and

De'Sheena Robinson Powe of Gulfport, Phillip and T'Kylia Moss Powe and

Carnules and Jessica Roberts Powe of Hattiesburg; three sisters and a

brother-in-law, Louise Mitchell of Quitman, Tabatha and Darryl Goines of

Needham, Ala., and Cicely "Robin" Powe of Shubuta; and 13 grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother and a sister.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Quitman was in charge of arrangements.

ZENO GENE "BROTHERMAN" HOLMES

Feb. 6, 1945-Oct. 1, 2022

Funeral services for Zeno Gene "Brotherman" Holmes, 77, of Beaumont,

were conducted on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 from Greater Mt. Pleasant

Missionary Baptist Church in Beaumont, with Pastor John Carter, Sr.,

officiating.

Interment followed at the church cemetery.

Born on Feb. 6, 1945, he was a Retired Forklift Operator with Hood

Industries, a Deacon with Greater Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist

Church, a Lead Singer of New Edition Male Chorus and a member of Mt.

Pleasant's Senior Adult Choir.

He died on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 at his residence.

He is survived by four sons and two daughters-in-law, Michael and

Patricia McInnis of Beaumont, Matthew Holmes of Petal, Marvin Holmes of

Killeen, Texas and Mureto and Melanie Holmes of Copperas Cove, Texas;

three daughters and sons-in-law, Wilhemina and Rastus Hathorne of New

Augusta, Lisa and Anthony Clark of Beaumont and Sharon and Rev. Ricky

Lindsey of New Augusta; three brothers and two sisters-in-law, James and

Erlene Holmes of Daytona Beach, Fla., Michael and Susan Holmes of New

Augusta and Steve Holmes of New Augusta; 22 grandchildren, 20

great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Shirley

Lawrence Holmes (1993), his second wife, Lessie B. Holmes (2020), a

sister and four brothers.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Beaumont was in charge of arrangements.

CURITS HILL, SR.

Aug. 6, 1942-Sept. 14, 2022

Funeral services for Curtis Hill, Sr., 80, of the Chicora community in

Buckatunna were conducted on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022 from Chicora

United Missionary Baptist Church, with Bishop Karl Rogers officiating.

He was later cremated.

Born on Aug. 6, 1942, he was a Retired Textile Employee and a Deacon at

Chicora United Missionary Baptist Church.

He died on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022 at his residence.

He is survived by his wife, Pearl Hill; four sons and two

daughters-in-law, Robert Hill, Tony Hill, Adrian and Chakitra Hill and

John and Aimee Hill; two daughters and sons-in-law, Melody and DeWayne

Guy and Ruby and Keith Blackman; a host of brothers and sisters and a

host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, two brothers, a

daughter and a son.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

SAM BURTON, JR.

July 17, 1941-Sept. 13, 2022

Funeral services for Sam Burton, Jr., 81, of Waynesboro, were conducted

on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 from Mt. Levy UM Church in Matherville, with

Rev. Ronald Allen, Sr. officiating.

Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Born on July 17, 1941, he was a Retired Carpenter and Owner of Burton

Hot Dogs and Snow Cones and Burton Construction.

He died on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022 at his residence.

He is survived by his son, Demetrius; his daughters, Lora and Consuela;

two sisters, Mae Lee Horne and Clara Phillips; 11 grandchildren and 14

great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, a daughter, a son and

four siblings.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

BILLY RAY WILLIAMS

Feb. 1, 1953-Sept. 16, 2022

Funeral services for Billy Ray Williams, 69, of Shubuta, were conducted

on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 from the Chapel of Turner Funeral Home

Chapel, with Rev. Steven Willis officiating.

Interment followed at Chicora-Mt. Zion Cemetery in Buckatunna.

Born on Feb. 1, 1953, he was a Former Correctional Officer and a Veteran

of the U.S. Air Force.

He died on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 at Forrest General Hospital in

Hattiesburg.

He is survived by his daughter, Jacqueline Williams of Columbus, Ohio;

six brothers and three sisters-in-law, Levi and Leevater Hill, Henry and

Sherril Williams and Kenneth and Edna Williams, all of State Line,

Michael Williams of Columbus, Ohio, Lenard Williams and Allan Rembert of

Mobile, Ala.; five sisters and three brothers-in-law, Mary and Charles

Bracey of Leakesville, Brenda and Jerome Larry of Spanish Ford, Ala.,

Toney and Arden Harris of Shubuta, Linda Williams of Mobile and Carolyn

bryant of Irvin, Texas; three grandchildren, a great-grandchildren, his

stepmother, Susie Williams of Mobile, a special friend, Gloria Gray and

a host of stepchildren and step-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parent,s his wife and a brother.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

JEAN AUTRY STATEN-HOPKINS

July 6, 1949-Sept. 2, 2022

Funeral services for Jean Autry Staten-Hopkins, 73, of the Matherville

community in Shubuta, were conducted on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022 from Mt.

Levy UM Church in Matherville, with Rev. Renaldo Hopkins officiating.

Interment followed at the church cemetery.

Born on July 6, 1949, she was a Retired Bus Driver with the Quitman

School District, served in the Mission Ministry, was Church Secretary

and a Choir Member at Mt. Levy UM Church.

She died on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022.

She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Sebastian and Kazumi

Staten of Omaha, Neb., and Renaldo and Brenda Hoplkins of Quitman; a

daughter, Tijuana Hopkins of Columbus; four brothers and sisters-in-law,

Roy and Louvenia Staten, Bennie and Donnie Staten, all of Quitman,

Robert and Victoria Staten of Matherville and Wash and Sharon Staten of

Frankfort, Ill.; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her her parents, her husband, her soulmate,

two sisters, three brothers and a goddaughter.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

MARVIN EARL "BOBCAT" CHAMBERS

Aug. 20, 1958-Aug. 26, 2022

Funeral services for Marvin Earl "Bobcat" Chambers, 64, of Waynesboro,

were conducted on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022 from Pineville Missionary

Baptist church, with Pastor Samuel Newton officiating.

Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Bonr on Aug. 20, 1958, he was Owner of M and V Trucking.

He died on Friday, Aug. 26, 2022 at University Medical Center in

Jackson.

He is survived by his wife, Violet Chambers; three daughters and two

sons-in-law, Latasha and Dennis Moses, Demesha and Durrell Ducksworth

and Marlina Chambers; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Derrick and

Deneen Chambers and Sherard Chambers; four sisters and brothers-in-law,

Marian and Lonnie Walley, Sherie and Jimmie Gandy, Kathy and Hubert

McDougle and Stephonie and Edward Lofton; four grandchildren and his

father, Minister J.W. Chambers.

He was preceded in death by his mother, a brother and his maternal and

paternal grandparents.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.

JAMES CHARLES GILMORE

Feb. 16, 1947-Aug. 22, 2022

Funeral services for James Charles Gilmore, 75, of Shubuta, were

conducted on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022 from Altair Missionary Baptist church

in Shubuta, with Pastor Arthur Bartee officiating.

Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Born on Feb. 16, 1947, he was a Retired Machinist with Masonite Corp.

He died on Monday, Aug. 22, 2022 at Forrest General Hospital in

Hattiesburg.

He is survived by four sons, Jamie, Gary Nicholson, Christopher James

Gaston and Regenold Davis; two daughters, Chrishaun Gilmore and Nicole

Richey; a brother, Leonard Charles Gilmore of Dayton, Ohio; a sister and

brother-in-law, Mary Francie and Rev. Dr. J. Louis Gilmore-Dunn, Jr., of

Jackson; 22 grandchildren; and two god brothers and their respective

spouses, Daniel and Christine Woodard of Rolling Fork and Jericho and

Romeshia Arrington of Waynesboro.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.turnerfuneralhomems.com.

Turner Funeral Home of Waynesboro was in charge of arrangements.



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