Obituaries for Thursday, April 1
Mildred Lee Adams Coleman
Services for Mildred Lee Adams Coleman of Wesson are 11 a.m.,Saturday, April 3, at Jericho Church of Christ with burial in thechurch cemetery.
Visitation is Friday from noon until 5 p.m., at WilliamsMortuary, and Saturday from 10-11 a.m., at the church.
Mrs. Coleman, 72, died March 30, 2004, at Mississippi BaptistMedical Center in Jackson. She was born in Lincoln County on Dec.6, 1931, to Harvey Adams Sr. and Mary Jane Adams.
She was disabled. She was a member of Jericho Church ofChrist.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Willie J.Coleman; a daughter, Christine Coleman; her brothers, CharlesAdams, Robert Adams Sr., Harvey Adams Jr., Versie Adams, LouisAdams, Albert Adams, Homer Adams, John Adams and G.B. Adams; andPrecious Adams, Roxanna Adams, Ella Mae Adams and Eula LeeAdams.
Survivors are her daughters and sons-in-law, Ann “Punchie” Mooreand husband Lucius, Patricia and J.B. Rollins, and Tammy and JohnnyClyde Banks, all of Wesson; her sons and daughter-in-law, Juliusand Cleo Coleman of Schiliburg, Texas, and Phillip Coleman ofChicago, Ill.; her sisters, Gertrude Johnson Hill of Brookhaven,and Christine Tucker of Chicago; 10 grandchildren; and 12great-grandchildren.
Sadie Anding Luster
Services for Sadie Anding Luster of Madison are 2 p.m., Friday,April 2, at Parkway Chapel of Wright and Ferguson Funeral Home withburial in Parkway Memorial Cemetery.
Visitation is Thursday from 5-8 p.m., and Friday from 1-2 p.m.,at the funeral home.
Mrs. Luster, 82, died March 30, 2004, at Mississippi BaptistMedical Center in Jackson.
She was a graduate of Loyd Star High School and Draughan’sBusiness College. She was employed as a bookkeeper for SouthwestDrug Store in Jackson for many years prior to moving to Norman,Okla. In 1987, she moved to Madison, where she was a member ofMadison United Methodist Church. She gave her heart to Christ as achild. She enjoyed flower gardening and arranging.
Preceding her in death were her parents, William Isaac and FloyElizabeth Bowman Anding; two sisters, Inell Case and Ella Mae Case;and two brothers, Undrell and Lee Willard Anding.
Survivors are her husband of 58 years, Roddy Finley Luster; herdaughter, Lynda Fagan of Madison; her sons and daughters-in-law,Jim and Brenda of Madison, and Steve and Cindy of Orlando, Fla.;her sister, Geneva Blackwell of Baton Rouge, La.; her brother,Hewitt Anding of Brookhaven; her grandchildren and their spouses,Randy Luster and wife Lynn of Buford, Ga., Michael Luster and wifeAshley of Madison, James Luster of Brookhaven, Leigh Ann Luster ofJackson, Alan Fagan of Nashville, Tenn., Brian and Brook McCullenof Southhaven, and Angela, Teresa and Chris Luster; and hergreat-grandchildren, Miles McCuller, Jillian and Kailey Luster andDavid Matthews.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1380Livingston Lane, Jackson, MS 39213, or Mississippi Animal RescueLeague, 4395 South Dr., Jackson, MS 39209.
Carrie Mae Brown Martin
Services for Carrie Mae Brown Martin of Monticello are 2 p.m.,Saturday, April 3, at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church withburial in the church cemetery.
Visitation is Friday from noon until 5 p.m., at WilliamsMortuary.
Mrs. Martin, 87, died March 31, 2004, at her residence. She wasborn in Lawrence County on May 15, 1916, to Sylvester Brown Sr. andJoanann Brown.
She was a homemaker, and a member of Friendship MissionaryBaptist Church.
Preceding her in death were her parents, four siblings and anephew.
Survivors are her daughters, Julia Brown of Monticello, andMargaret Evans of San Jose, Calif.; her sister, Annie LauraCooperidge of Memphis, Tenn.; her brother, Andrew Brown ofMonticello; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and threegreat-great-grandchildren.
Services for Paul Walker of Ocean Springs are 10 a.m., Friday,April 2, at Harrigill Funeral Home Chapel with burial in MacedoniaBaptist Church Cemetery.
Visitation is Thursday from 5-8 p.m., at the funeral home.
Mr. Walker, 71, died March 30, 2004, at Keesler Medical Centerin Biloxi. He was born in Lincoln County on March 24, 1933, to IsomWalker and Opelia Walker.
He was retired from a career in the Air Force. He was a memberof McClelland Road Baptist Church.
Preceding him in death were his parents; a sister, PatriciaMonchs; and two brothers, Haskell Walker and Charles M. Walker.
Survivors are his wife, Mary Furr Walker of Ocean Springs; hisdaughters, Ramona Lynd and Debra Walker, both of Ocean Springs; hissisters, Mildred Brown of Moss Point, and Eloyse Bessonette andDoris Bessonette, both of Brookhaven; and his grandchildren, LibbyWalker and Lynette and Renee Lynd.