Mozell A. Huhn

Published 5:00 am Monday, June 25, 2001

Services for Mozell A. Huhn of Bogue Chitto were 2 p.m. Sunday,June 24, at Topisaw Baptist Church with burial in the churchcemetery.

Mrs. Huhn, 83, died Friday, June 22, 2001, at MississippiBaptist Medical Center in Jackson. She was born in Enon on June 4,1918, to the late Fred and Lucy Boyd O’Quin.

She was a retired school patrol officer for the PascagoulaPolice Department. She was a member of Topisaw Baptist Church,where she was a member of the WMU.

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Preceding her in death were her parents, six brothers and twosisters.

Survivors are her husband, J.K. “Jack” Huhn of Bogue Chitto; twosons and daughters-in-law, Paul Ed and Sylvia Huhn of Brookhavenand Darryl and Nancy Huhn of Pensacola, Fla.; brother, WiltonO’Quin of Port Naches, Texas; three grandchildren; threestep-grandsons; one great-grandson; and fourstep-great-grandchildren.

Catchings Funeral Home of McComb was in charge ofarrangements.

Philip ‘Scoofer’ Leggett

Services for Philip ‘Scoofer’ Leggett of Bogue Chitto were 2:30p.m. Sunday, June 24, at Brookhaven Funeral Home Chapel with burialin Cold Springs Church of Christ Cemetery.

The Revs. Hal Hatten and Anthony Yarborough officiated.

Mr. Leggett, 52, died Friday, June 22, 2001, at his residence.He was born in Brookhaven on Oct. 4, 1948, to the late ClaiborneLeroy Leggett and Clara Mae Sandidge Leggett Allen.

He was disabled. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Hewas a member of the gospel group The Providentials, and theChristian Motorcycle Association.

Survivors are his wife, Connie Brown Leggett; son anddaughter-in-law, C. Kevin and Chantel Leggett; daughters andson-in-law, Amy L. and Brad Britt and T. Michelle Leggett; sister,Janet Leggett; father and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Brown;grandson, Tanner Britt; and granddaughter, Kacey Leggett, all ofBogue Chitto.

Pallbearers are John Leggett, Joe Young, Darrell Boyd, GregSmith, Danney Bullock, Matt Smith, Howard Alford and JackieBrown.

Woodrow ‘Woody’ Nimon

Services for Woodrow “Woody” Nimon of Summit are 11 a.m.Tuesday, June 26, at Catchings Funeral Home Chapel with burial inHollywood Cemetery.

Visitation is Monday, June 25, from 5-9 p.m. and Tuesday, June26, from 9-11 a.m. at the funeral home.

Mr. Nimon, 82, died Saturday, June 23, 2001, at his residence.He was born in Tyler, Texas, on Jan. 15, 1919, to the late John R.and Estelle Travis Nimon.

He was a machine operator for Croft Metals. He was a member ofSouth McComb Baptist Church. He was an army veteran who served inWorld War II. He was a lifetime member of the disabled VeteransAssociations and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Preceding him in death were his parents; first wife, Retta MaeMcCloud Nimon; and three brothers, Albert Nimon, John T. Nimon andArchie Nimon.

Survivors are his wife, Anna Gagneaux Nimon of Summit; sons anddaughters-in-law, Otto and Betty Gill of Bogue Chitto, James “J.W.”and Barbara Gill of Terrell, Texas, and John and Mary Ann Nimon ofMcComb; daughters and sons-in-law, Helen and John Hicks ofCrockett, Texas, Sue and Bo Wright of Corpus Christi, Texas,Barbara Kepper of Bossier City, La., and Rose and L.D. Bailey ofMcComb; step-sons and step-daughters-in-law, Lloyd and Shelia Jonesof Summit, Mike Jones and Rene Canizro of Armond, Fla., and Louisand Carla Jones of Columbia, Mo.; brother and sister-in-law, Othelland Phyllis Jean Nimon of McComb; and numerous grandchildren,great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.