Obituaries for Friday, September
Henry ‘Boy’ Brown
Services for Henry “Boy” Brown, of Brookhaven, are 10 a.m.Saturday, Sept. 10 at Ebenezer A.M.E. Church with burial in thechurch cemetery.
Visitation is today from noon until 5 p.m., with family hourfrom 6 to 7 p.m. at R.E. Tyler Funeral Home.
Mr. Brown, 94, died Sept. 2, 2005, at his residence. He was bornon April 2, 1911, to Thornton Brown and Letha Burrell Brown.
He was a retired farmer, logger and construction worker. He wasa member of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his wife, Annie BellBrown; and a host of brothers and sisters.
Survivors are his son, James E. Brown, of Brookhaven; fourgrandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and fourgreat-great-grandchildren.
Nina Temple Corban
Services for Nina Temple Corban, of Meadville, were 11 a.m.today, Sept. 9 at Franklin Funeral Home Chapel with burial inMidway Cemetery in Meadville.
Mrs. Corban, 81, died Sept. 8, 2005, at her residence. She wasborn in Franklin County on Feb. 11, 1924, to Matt T. Temple andNora McAlister Temple.
She was a homemaker. She was a member of Mt. Olive MethodistChurch.
Preceding her in death were her parents.
Survivors are her husband, Lee Corban, of Meadville; her sons,Michael Corban, of Meadville; her granddaughter, Tiffni Woodward;and her great-grandson, Corban Woodward.
Services for Evelyn Hoover, of Bay St. Louis, are 3 p.m. Sunday,Sept. 11, at Franklin Funeral Home Chapel with burial in MidwayCemetery in Meadville.
Visitation is Sunday from 12:30 p.m. until 3 p.m. at the funeralhome.
Mrs. Hoover, 85, died Sept. 7, 2005, at Jeff Anderson RegionalMedical Center in Meridian. She was born in Franklin County on Feb.10, 1920, to Cleve Dickens and Georgia King Dickens.
She was a homemaker. She was active in the Franklin CountyWomen’s Club for many years and was an organizer of the LiteraryBook Review Club of Meadville. She was a member of MeadvilleBaptist Church where she was an active member of the W.M.U. She wasa resident of Franklin County from 1950 until 1999 when she movedto Bay St. Louis.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, LavonHoover; a daughter, Janie Hoover Smith; and two sisters.
Survivors are her daughters, Cathy White, of New Orleans, andJune True and Lindy O’Neill, both of Gulfport; her granddaughter,Ashley True, of Gulfport; her sister-in-law, Joyce Hoover, ofPrentiss; and Dixie Bell.
Nancy Winborne Moak
Services for Nancy Winborne Moak, of Brookhaven, are 11 a.m.Saturday, Sept. 10 at Brookhaven Funeral Home Chapel with burial inCalvary Baptist Church Cemetery.
Visitation is today from 5 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 8 to 11a.m. at the funeral home.
Mrs. Moak, 44, died Sept. 8, 2005, at her residence. She wasborn in Walthall County on May 15, 1961, to Jesse Winborne Jr. andAnn Coon Winborne.
She had been disabled for several years but in prior years hadworked as a waitress at various places and was a Beauty Controlconsultant. She was also a sitter with the elderly. She attendedBogue Chitto School. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church inBogue Chitto.
Preceding her in death was her father.
Survivors are her mother, Ann C. Winborne, of Brookhaven; hersisters, Jan Davis, Kay Davis and Bonita Winborne, all of BogueChitto; her brothers, Donnie Howell, of Brookhaven, and Jimmy Dose,of Seattle, Wash.; her nieces and nephews, Michelle Hatfield,Chasity Furr, Dawn Barrios, Evette Davis, Tabetha Taylor, ChancyWallace, Cory Wallace, Chris Wallace and Kristen Delaughter; and ahost of great-nieces and nephews.