Published 5:00 am Friday, July 7, 2000

Elton “Bunk” Dampeer

Services for Elton “Bunk” Dampeer of Silver Creek were 10 a.m.,Friday, July 7, at Saulters-Moore Funeral Home with burial inCliburn Cemetery.

Mr. Dampeer, 76, died July 5, 2000, of heart failure at LawrenceCounty Hospital.

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He was retired after 12 years with Lawrence County Beat 4. Hewas a member of Crooked Creek Baptist Church.

Preceding him in death was his wife, Isolo Dampeer.

Survivors are his son, Roy Dampeer of Jackson; his daughter, AnnMcLeod of Silver Creek; his sisters, Grace Little of Mobile, ElzaMae Gray of Silver Creek, Sippie Mullins of Newhebron and EueldeneCole of Prentiss; his brother, W. D. Dampeer of Mobile; and threegrandchildren.

Alfred Kimble

Services for Alfred Kimble of Wesson are 10 a.m., Saturday, July8, at Red Star Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter DaySaints with burial in the church cemetery.

Visitation is Friday, July 7, from 5-9 p.m. at BrookhavenFuneral Home and Saturday from 9 a.m. until service time at thechurch.

Mr. Kimble, 93, died July 6, 2000, of heart failure at hisresidence. He was born in Lincoln County on Nov. 17, 1906, toStephen Elijah Kimble and Martha Ophelia Britt Kimble.

He was a retired carpenter and farmer. He was a member of RedStar Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Preceding him in death were his parents; his son, Samuel AlfredKimble Jr.; and three brothers and two sisters.

Survivors are his wife, Louise Kimble of Wesson; his sons, EdwinEarl Kimble of Vicksburg and Happy Kimble of Wesson; his brother,Lee Kimble of Columbia; his sisters, Rebecca Twiner of Barlow andMyrtle Beasley of Baton Rouge; and five grandchildren and sixgreat-grandchildren.

The Rev. Frank Elbert Sellers

Services for the Rev. Frank Elbert Sellers of Monticello are 2p.m., Saturday, July 8, at Monticello Methodist Protestant Churchwith burial in Bethshan Cemetery in Monticello.

Visitation is Friday, July 7, from 5-9 p.m., and Saturday from 8a.m. until noon at Wilson Funeral Home, and from 1-2 p.m. Saturdayat the church.

The Rev. Sellers, 72, died July 6, 2000, of cancer at ForrestGeneral Hospital. He was born in Brooklyn, Miss., on Sept. 23,1927, to Charles and Virl Martin Sellers. He had been a resident ofMonticello for 55 years.

He was the pastor of Monticello Methodist Protestant Church. Hewas a member of the Exchange Club and was a volunteer fireman.

Preceding him in death were his parents; and his son, TimothyFrank Sellers.

Survivors are his wife, Elgie Miller Sellers of Monticello; hisdaughter, Jane Russell of Monticello; his brothers, Dan Sellers,Wiley Sellers, and Charles Sellers, all of Brooklyn; his sisters,Eunice Hagan of Hattiesburg, Lessie Carmichael of Newton, Ina FayMiller of Petal, Mary Swilley of Wiggins, and Bethel Swilley ofBlouncstown, Fla.; two grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, andone step-great-grandchild.

Memorials may be made to Monticello Methodist ProtestantChurch’s Memorial Fund for stained glass windows.