Margie Marie Dickerson Etheridge
Services for Margie Marie Dickerson Etheridge, of Summit, are 2p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the chapel of Jones Family FuneralServices with burial in Moak’s Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. TheRevs. Mike Alexander and Randy Dunn will officiate.
Visitation is today from 5 until 9 p.m. at the funeral home, andon Tuesday from 10 a.m. until the time of the service.
Mrs. Etheridge, 55, died Nov. 19, 2006, at her residence. Shewas born in McComb on June 16, 1951, to Louis Loyd Dickerson andWillie Fae Stubbs Dickerson.
She was a member of Moak’s Creek Baptist Church and a formermember of the Pike County Women’s Bowling Association, in which shewas secretary for several years. She was also a former member ofthe Mississippi Realtors Association, and Southwest MississippiRealtors Association She was a barber and operated a barber shop inMcComb at one time. She loved to travel, often competing in bowlingtournaments at the local, state and national levels.
Preceding her in death were her father; her grandson, ZacharyWayne Bryan; and her father-in-law, J.R. Etheridge.
Survivors are her husband of 37 years, Roger Wayne Etheridge, ofSummit; her mother, Willie Fae Stubbs Dickerson, of McComb; hersons, Louis Wayne Etheridge, of McComb, and William J. Etheridge,of Summit; her daughter, Angela Michelle Honea and husband Kelly,of Magnolia; her stepson, Thomas Wayne Etheridge, of McComb; herstepdaughter, Lisa Kay Brown, of McComb; her sister, Jimmie NellHaraughty, of Summit; her mother-in-law, Margaret McCall Etheridge,of McComb; her 12 grandchildren, Josh Brown, Chas Etheridge, CoreyBryan, Candace Bryan, Marie Etheridge, Tyler Honea, JessicaEtheridge, Ashley Etheridge, Alan Etheridge, Michelle Honea, HanaPetrus and Logan Etheridge; and very special friends, Hale and EmmaRochelle and Chasity Petrus, of Summit, and a host of family andfriends.
Pallbearers are Jerry Stubbs, Hale Rochelle, Bobby, Jerry andJames Lee Etheridge, Billy Gunther, Gene Jones and HaroldMcClelland.