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Clyde Estus Terrell

Services for Clyde Estus Terrell, of West Lincoln, are 11 a.m.Thursday, June 21, at Brookhaven Funeral Home on Natchez Drive withburial in Easthaven Cemetery in Brookhaven.

Visitation was Wednesday from 5 until 8 p.m. at the funeralhome.

Mr. Terrell, 93, died June 19, 2007, at his residence. He wasborn in Franklin County on Nov. 19, 1913, to William Elzy Terrelland Arie Elizabeth Lofton Terrell.

He did cattle trading, cattle farming and soybean farming. Hewas in the pulpwood business for 30 years and did timber buying. Hewas a member of McCall Creek Church of Christ, and was active inhis church work. He was a gospel singer with the Terrell Quartetand the McCall Creek Gospel Singers. He was a beloved father andgrandfather.

Preceding him in death were his parents; his first wife, MildredLewis Terrell; his brothers, Roy Terrell, Junius Terrell and LesterTerrell; and his sisters, Mayford McCall, Leona Smith and DonisNewell.

Survivors are his wife, Clara Quin Terrell, of West Lincoln; hisson, Gabe Terrell, of West Lincoln; his daughter, Deloris Terrell,of Vicksburg; his stepson, Gary Quin and wife Belinda, of BatonRouge, La.; his brother, Linton Terrell, of Jackson; his sisters,Eva Pullen, of Brookhaven, Faye Moore, of Bay St. Louis, and ReginaHinote, of Mobile, Ala.; his grandson, Chris Terrell and wifeChristi, of Brookhaven; his granddaughter, Allison Tyler andhusband Bradley, of Kosciusko; his great-grandchildren, ColbyTerrell, of Brookhaven, and Kayden Tyler, of Kosciusko; hisstepgrandchildren, Nathan Quin, Jessica Quin Davis and StephanieQuin, all of Baton Rouge.

Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.