Obituaries for Tuesday, May31, 2005

Published 5:00 am Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Christopher Wayne Cagle

Services for Christopher Wayne Cagle of Brookhaven are 2 p.m.Tuesday, May 31 at Community Funeral Services with burial in StrongHope Cemetery.

Visitation is Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the funeralhome.

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Mr. Cagle, 40, died May 28, 2005, at Country Brook LivingCenter. He was born in Hazlehurst on Feb. 3, 1965, to Gene Cagleand the late Glenola Lemon Cagle.

He was an employee of Positive Pest Control.

Preceding him in death were his mother and two sisters.

Survivors are his father; step-mother, Norma Cagle of DenhamSprings, La.; daughter, Connie Sue Cagle of Philadelphia, Miss.;and grandmother, Hazle Cagle of Denham Springs.

Patsy W. Howell

Services for Patsy Ann White Smith Howell of Pricedale are 11a.m.Tuesday, May 31, at Catchings Funeral Home Chapel in McCombwith burial in Union Church Cemetery in Brookhaven.

Mrs. Howell, 63, died May 29, 2005, at Southwest MississippiRegional Medical Center in McComb. She was born in Lincoln Countyon July 12, 1941, to the late Horton Lanier White and Dessie LouThornhill White.

She was a a paper carrier for the Enterprise-Journal for thelast 15 years. She was a member of Enon Baptist Church and AuburnChapter 87 of The Order of the Eastern Star.

Preceding her in death were her parents; first husband, SheltonLeroy Smith; two brothers, Grover Edward White Sr. and CalvinLanier White; grandson, Justin Carol Fair; and two stepsons, JohnHowell and James Howell.

Survivors are her husband, Ross Howell of Pricedale; one son,Ricky Shelton Smith of McComb; two daughters and sons-in-law,Dessie Luanne and Paul Fair of Osyka and Patricia Jane Ann “Patty”and Robert Bryan of McComb; four stepdaughters and spouses, Shirleyand James Carlton of McComb, Sandra and Terry Sandlin of Leesburg,Fla., Linda Madison of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Barbara and SteveStevens of Augusta, Ga.; five grandchildren, Chasity Smith Lutrickand husband Gary, Nikki Smith, Dustin Paul Fair Sr. and wife Beth,Robert Patrick Bryan and Steven Carl Bryan; fourteenstepgrandchildren, Allison Magee and husband Kevin, Jason Carlton,Nicole Llenza, Susan Blackburn and husband Matt, Rebecca Howell,James Ross Howell, Matthew Howell, Chris Howell and wife Denine,Melissa Howell, Brad Howell, Paul Stevens, Conerly Stevens, DavidStevens and Michael Stevens; numerous step-great-grandchildren; anaunt, Eva Mae Cornwell; uncles, Acie Thornhill and Evon White; bestfriends and adopted sisters, Linda Dixon and Mary Smith; andnumerous nieces and nephews.

Louise Calcote Moorer

Graveside services for Louise Calcote Moore, of Gulfport are12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens inGulfport. Bradford-O’Keefe Funeral Home of Gulfport is in charge ofarrangements.

A procession will leave the funeral home at noon for theservices.

Mrs. Moorer, 84, died May 27, 2005, at North Mississippi MedicalCenter in Tupelo. She was born in Lucien on Sept. 22, 1920, to thelate William Henry Calcote and Ruth Ann Smith Calcote.

She was a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi andreceived her masters degree from the University of North Carolina.She lived most of her life in Gulfport and was a teacher in theGulfport public school system for many years. Mrs. Moorer residedwith her daughter and son-in-law for the past 18 months in CalhounCity. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Gulfportand the First Baptist Church in Calhoun City.

Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, William B.Moorer Sr.; two brothers, Robert Earl Calcote and Richard Calcote;and a sister, Elsie White.

Survivors are her daughter, Jane Hardin and husband Charles ofCalhoun City; two sons, William B. Moorer Jr. of Gautier and JohnF. Moorer of Biloxi; four sisters, Flora Byrd of Guntersville,Ala., Nellie Denman of Smithdale, Dorothy Poole of Hernando andRuth Way of Georgetown, Texas; two brothers, David Calcote ofBrookhaven and James Calcote of Gulfport; four grandsons; and twogreat-grandsons.

James R. ‘Jim’ Smith

Graveside services for James R. “Jim” Smith of Cumming, Ga.,were Sunday, May 29, at Sawnee View Gardens in Cumming. ByarsFuneral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Smith, 40, died May 26, 2005.

Survivors are his wife, Tonya Smith of Cumming; three daughters,Amber Smith of Oklahoma and Shanna and Samantha Smith, both ofCumming; parents, Ronald and Phyllis Smith of McCall’s Creek;sisters, Penny Duplantier and husband Ray of Suwanee, Ga., JodieOwen and husband Jeff of Marietta, Ga.; grandmother, RosalieMullins of McCall’s Creek; and a granddaughter, Katilyn Cole.

In lieu of flowers, a trust fund will be set up for the childrenof Jim and Tonya Smith.

Julie Rochell Williams

Services for Julie Rochell Williams of Hattiesburg are 1 p.m.Thursday, June 2, at Quinn’s Temple COGIC in Monticello with burialin the church cemetery. R.E. Tyler Funeral Home is in charge ofarrangements.

Visitation is Wednesday, June 1, from noon to 5 p.m. at thefuneral home.

Mrs. Williams, 38, died May 27, 2005, at Forrest GeneralHospital in Hattiesburg. She was born in Monticello on Nov. 23,1966, to the late L.J. Williams Sr. and Lillie Taylor Williams.

She was an employee of the Marriot Hotel in Hattiesburg, whereshe worked in management. She was a member of Quinn’s Temple COGICin Monticello.

Preceding her in death were her parents and two sisters, AnnieMary Porter and Shellie Baggett.

Survivors are her sons, Justin M. Williams and Blake J.Williams, both of Hattiesburg; brothers, L.J. Williams Jr. ofBedford, Texas, James Williams of Houston, Texas, and MartinWilliams of Omaha, Neb.; and sisters, Cornel O.J. Williams ofLakeridge, Va., Joyce E. Williams of S. Holland, Ill., Mattie P.Williams, Faith Thomas and Bessie Williams, all of Monticello,Carolyn Williams and Bertha Williams, both of Milwaukee, Wis.