Flora S. Kennedy
Services for Flora S. Kennedy of Mendenhall are 2:30 p.m.,Wednesday, Nov. 29, at New Home Baptist Church with burial in thechurch cemetery.
Mrs. Kennedy, 89, died Nov. 27, 2000, of complications of astroke at her residence.
Survivors are her daughter, Kay Barker of Brookhaven; her sons,Gloyce Kennedy of Kiln, Larry Kennedy of Mendenhall, Duwane Kennedyof Tupelo, and Harold Kennedy of Orange Beach, Ala.; her sisters,Naomi Buckley of Brandon, Essie McAlpin of Raymond, Sue Wiggins ofFlorence; and 19 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
Inez Prescott Wall Stewart
Services for Inez Prescott Wall Stewart of McComb are 11 a.m.,Thursday, Nov. 30, at Hartman Funeral Home Chapel with burial inHollywood Cemetery.
Visitation is Wednesday from 5-9 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m.until service time at the funeral home.
Mrs. Stewart, 95, died Nov. 28, 2000, at SMRMC. She was born inAmite County on Sept. 14, 1905, to W. L. Prescott and DaisyMcDaniel Prescott. She was a native of Gillsburg.
She was a homemaker. She was a member of Central Baptist Churchand attended Gillsburg Baptist Church.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husbands, WilliamBuford Wall and Alton Stewart; her son, William Buford Wall; herdaughter, Daisy Wall Lambert; and two brothers and threesisters.
Survivors are her special friends, Carlene Washington, BettyCotton, Linda Ray, Queen Lee, and Isabell Thompson; and a number ofgrandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, andnieces and nephews.
Ila Vee White
Services for Ila Vee White of Monticello are 2 p.m., Wednesday,Nov. 29, at Monticello Church of Christ with burial in ShilohBaptist Church Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge ofarrangements.
Mrs. White, 86, died Nov. 27, 2000, of a stroke at LawrenceCounty Hospital. She was born in Bishop, Texas, on July 11, 1914,to James McCann and Rosa Delannie Smith.
She was a retired seamstress with Monticello Manufacturing. Shewas a member of Monticello Church of Christ. She was a member ofthe Homemakers Club of Sontag. She was a volunteer worker for yearsat the Lawrence County Nursing Center.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, WillieOlion White; her great-grandchild, Brooke Sanders; her sons-in-law,Luther Sanders and William Douglas; and five brothers and fivesisters.
Survivors are her son and daughter-in-law, Wesley and CarolynWhite of Brookhaven; her daughters, Willie Faye Sanders of SilverCreek and Jackie Douglas of Magnolia; and nine grandchildren, 20great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and severalnieces and nephews.
George William Womack
Services for George William Womack of Wesson are 1 p.m.,Thursday, Nov. 30, at Spring Hill Baptist Church.
Visitation is Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at the church. StringerFuneral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Womack, 84, died Nov. 27, 2000, at Pine Crest Guest Home. Hewas born and raised in the Kansas City, Mo., area to Margaret MaryVetter and John Henry Womack.
He worked at Emery Byrd and Thayer in Kansas City before andafter his time in the Navy in 1945-46 serving as fireman in Hawaii.He moved to Warsaw, Mo., in 1956, where he worked for the MFAexchange. He owned and operated the MFA Service Station for aperiod of time and then worked for Otasco Store for the duration ofhis time in Warsaw. In 1979 he moved to Wesson.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his daughter, June; andhis brothers, Bob Womack and John H. Womack Jr.
Survivors are his wife, Wanda Womack of Wesson; his daughters,Kaye Mantonya of Warsaw, Mo., Pam Hall of Columbia, Mo., and ConnieMcCollum of Raymore, Mo.; his stepdaughter, Beverly Wiltshire ofWesson; his stepson, Mark Thomas Massey of Kansas City, Kan.; hissisters, Carol Womack of Independence, Mo., and Mary Ethridge ofSurprize, Ariz.; and eight grandchildren, sevengreat-grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, threestep-great-grandchildren and twostep-great-great-grandchildren.