Obituaries for Wednesday, November 8, 2006
Linda Davis Jordan
Services for Linda Davis Jordan, of Brookhaven, were 2 p.m.today, Nov. 8, at Riverwood Family Funeral Service Chapel withburial in Riverwood Memorial Park.
Mrs. Jordan, 48, died Nov. 5, 2006, at her residence. She wasborn on April 2, 1958, to Jimmy Davis and Jewel Davis.
She was a mortgage loan officer.
Survivors are her parents; her husband, Al Jordan, ofBrookhaven; her son, Ben Rowley, of McComb; her daughter, SarahRowley, of McComb; her brothers, Larry Davis and wife Lydia, EarlDavis and wife Beverly, and Darrell Davis and wife Kay; her nieces,Amanda May, Angie Davis, Heather Davis; and her nephew, NeilDavis.
Florida ‘Floyd’ Williams Rhymes
Services for Florida “Floyd” Williams Rhymes, of Hazlehurst, are11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 10 at Greater Damascus Church of ChristHoliness USA with burial in Hunter Cemetery. Kenneth I. RobersonFuneral Home of Pontotoc is in charge of arrangements.
Visitation is Thursday from 2 until 7 p.m. at Hazlehurst FuneralHome in Hazlehurst.
Mrs. Rhymes, 81, died Nov. 3, 2006, at her residence. She wasborn in Copiah County on June 5, 1925, to Louis Williams and CoraCovington Williams.
She was a member of Wilderness Judea Church of Christ HolinessUSA and a former employee of Edward Hyman Garment Factory. Sheloved flowers and sewing. She was the widow of Jake Rhymes Jr.
Survivors are her six daughters, Christine Williams, of Chicago,Ill., Maude Roberson, of Brookhaven, Malinda Jones, CelestineFulgham, Clemetine Catchings and Cassandra Johnson, all ofHazlehurst; four sons, Howard Rhymes, of St. Louis, Mo., MarvinRhymes, of Jackson, Edward Rhymes, of Hazlehurst, and MichaelRhymes, of Ripley, Tenn.; three sisters, Ruthie Jones and DorisMorris, both of Hazlehurst and Demaris Killingsworth, of Cleveland;one brother, Eli Williams, of Memphis, Tenn.; 43 grandchildren; 41great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
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