Published 5:00 am Tuesday, October 3, 2000

Dorothy D. Furr

Services for Dorothy D. Furr of Brandon are incomplete. Mrs.Furr, 91, died Monday, Oct. 2, at Silver Cross Nursing Home inBrookhaven. Harrigill Funeral Home is in charge ofarrangements.

Maxine Twiner

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Services for Maxine Twiner of Meadville are incomplete. Mrs.Twiner died Monday, Oct. 2, at her residence. Franklin Funeral Homeis in charge of arrangements.

J. Keith Daniels

Services for J. Keith Daniels of Poplarville are 1 p.m.,Wednesday, Oct. 4, at The Marvin R. White Coliseum on the PearlRiver Community College campus in Poplarville with burial in NewZion Baptist Church Cemetery in Monticello.

Visitation is today, Oct. 3, from 6-9 p.m. at Wilson FuneralHome and Wednesday from 11 a.m. until service time at thecoliseum.

Mr. Daniels, 51, died Oct. 2, 2000, of a brain hemorrhage atForrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg. He was born Oct. 26, 1948,to Joe Jolly Daniels and Vermell Daniels.

A native of Natchez, he was head football coach and athleticdirector at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville. He was amember of First United Methodist Church in Poplarville.

Daniels had a long career as an assistant coach in thecollegiate ranks, including stops at Ole Miss, Mississippi Stateand the University of Southern Mississippi.

Daniels was hired by the community college in the spring of 1995and guided PRCC to a 7-3 record his inaugural season.

After graduating from Monticello High School in 1966, Danielsplayed defensive back for two years at Copiah-Lincoln CommunityCollege in Wesson. He earned his bachelor’s degree at MississippiCollege in 1969.

Daniels began his coaching career as an assistant at Monticello.During the next seven years, he spent six years as athleticdirector and head football coach at state high schools in Jackson,Gallman, and Columbus, compiling a 35-26-1 overall record.

In 1975, Daniels coached running backs at Rice University inHouston, Texas, then briefly returned to the high school level inMississippi in 1976 before he began his first of three stints withOle Miss in 1977.

Over the next four years, Daniels served as an assistant at EastTennessee State University in Johnson City, Tenn. (1978, 1979),Memphis State University (now University of Memphis) in Memphis,Tenn. (1980), and the University of North Texas in Denton, Tex.(1981).

In 1982, he was hired as Southern Mississippi’s offensivecoordinator.

Daniels left USM and returned to Ole Miss in 1987 and spent twoseasons as an offensive coach with the Rebels before joining formerMississippi State head coach Rocky Felker’s staff in Starkville in1989 as offensive coordinator.

Preceding him in death was his father.

Survivors are his wife, Charlotte Hartzog Daniels ofPoplarville; his daughter,Olivia Elizabeth “Sunny” Daniels ofPoplarville; his mother, and his sister, Nell Rose Johnson ofClinton.

Memorials may be sent to Pearl River Community CollegeDevelopment Foundation — Football Designation.

Clinton “Doc” Fenn

Services for Clinton “Doc” Fenn of Smithdale are 10 a.m.,Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Catchings Funeral Home with burial in MarsHill Cemetery.

Visitation is today, Oct. 3, from 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday from9-10 a.m. at the funeral home.

Mr. Fenn, 89, died Oct. 2, 2000, of respiratory failure atBeverly Health Care.

He was a retired farmer. He was a member of Mount Olive BaptistChurch.

Survivors are his sister, Mary Travis of Brookhaven; and niecesand nephews.