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OBITUARIES

Zachary Lee Dunaway

Services for Zachary Lee Dunaway of Bogue Chitto are 2 p.m.,Saturday, Aug. 26, at Arlington Baptist Church with burial in thechurch cemetery.

Visitation is Friday, Aug. 25, from 5:30-10 p.m. at BrookhavenFuneral Home and Saturday at the church from 1 p.m. until servicetime.

Mr. Dunaway, 16, died Aug. 23, 2000, at King’s Daughters MedicalCenter of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was bornin Pike County on June 29, 1984, to Curtis L. Dunaway and PamelaMoak Dunaway.

He was a 10th grade student at Bogue Chitto High School, wherehe was a member of the baseball and football teams and Fellowshipof Christian Athletes. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and wasa member of the National Beagle Association.

He was a member of Arlington Baptist Church, where he was amember of the RA’s.

Preceding him in death was his brother, John Curtis Dunaway.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister,Bethany Dunaway of Bogue Chitto; his grandparents, Dennis and BettyMoak and Leroy and Omega Dunaway, all of Bogue Chitto; and hisgreat-grandmother, Wilma Dunaway of Jayess.

Memorials may be made to Arlington Baptist Church.

W. C. “Chuck” Ingle III

Services for W. C. “Chuck” Ingle III of Bogue Chitto are 4:30p.m., Saturday, Aug. 26, at Arlington Baptist Church with burial inthe church cemetery.

Visitation is Friday, Aug. 25, from 5:30-10 p.m. at BrookhavenFuneral Home and Saturday from 4 p.m. until service time at thechurch.

Mr. Ingle, 15, died Aug. 24, 2000, at University Medical Centerin Jackson of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He wasborn in Lincoln County on Sept. 12, 1984, to W. C. Ingle Jr. andBonita Miller Ingle. He had moved to Bogue Chitto from Cleveland,Texas, this summer.

He was a 10th grade student at Bogue Chitto High School, wherehe was a fullback for the football team. He had lettered in golfand played baseball for Tarkington High School in Cleveland,Texas.

He was a member of the Baptist faith.

Preceding him in death was his grandfather, Bobby I. Miller.

He is survived by his parents, W. C. Ingle Jr. and Bonita MillerIngle of Cleveland, Texas; his grandparents, Erma Miller of BogueChitto, and W. C. Ingle Sr. and Mrs. Audrey Ingle, both ofBrookhaven; and his sister, Brittany Ingle of Bogue Chitto.

Traci Renee Sasser

Services for Traci Renee Sasser of Bogue Chitto are 10 a.m.,Saturday, Aug. 26, at Arlington Baptist Church with burial inSasser Cemetery.

Visitation is Friday, Aug. 25, from 5:30-10 p.m. at BrookhavenFuneral Home and Saturday at the church from 9 a.m. until servicetime.

Miss Sasser, 16, died Aug. 23, 2000, of injuries sustained in anautomobile accident in Bogue Chitto. She was born in McComb onApril 3, 1984, to Larry R. Sasser and Kathy Hart Sasser.

She was an 11th grade student at Bogue Chitto High School, whereshe was a third year cheerleader, an honor roll student, and amember of the Beta Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and theannual staff. She enjoyed horseback riding, talking on the phone,and computer communications.

She was a member of Arlington Baptist Church, where she was amember of Acteens and was the preschool choir leader.

Preceding her in death was her grandfather, Wallace Hart.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her brothers,Lane Sasser and wife Annisa, Dustin Sasser, and Blake Sasser, allof Bogue Chitto; her grandparents, Russell and Mildred Sasser andDoris Hart, all of Bogue Chitto; her aunts and uncles, Sid andSherry Sasser and Danny Sasser, all of Bogue Chitto, Sharon andScotty King of Wesson, Shelia and Stan Carter of Pearl, and MikeHart of Summit; her nephew, Hunter Sasser of Bogue Chitto; aspecial friend, Alex Shepard of Sebastopol; and many cousins andfriends.

Minister for the service will be the Rev. Bob Lynch, with musicby Rose Coghlan and Patricia Russell and vocalist Tasha Scott.Pallbearers will be Will Smith, Steven Reed, Nathan Cutrer,Jonathan Cutrer, Casey McCaffery, and Caleb McCaffery. Honorarypallbearers will be the Junior Class of Bogue Chitto HighSchool.

Memorials may be made to Arlington Baptist Church.