Obituaries for Sunday, July 8, 2007
Published 5:00 am Monday, July 9, 2007
Clementeen Dunnigan Cook
Services for Clementeen Dunnigan Cook, of Brookhaven, are 11a.m. Tuesday, July 10, at Williams Mortuary Chapel with burial inRosehill Cemetery.
Visitation is Monday from 1 until 7 p.m., with the wake from 6until 7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Mrs. Cook, 91, died July 4, 2007, at her residence. She was bornon Jan. 10, 1916, to to Pat Dunnigan and Lula Harris Dunnigan.
She was a retired beautician. She was a graduate of LincolnCounty Colored School.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, MosesCook; her brothers, Carl, Joe, and John Dunnigan; and her sisters,Mittie Dunnigan, Mary Knight, and Lillie Dunnigan Webster.
Survivors are her sister, Bessina Woods, of Brookhaven; and manynieces and nephews.
Charles E. Dunn Jr.
Services for Charles E. Dunn Jr., of Brookhaven, were 3 p.m.Saturday, July 7, at Brookhaven Funeral Home’s North Jackson Streetlocation with burial in the Mallalieu United Methodist ChurchCemetery.
Visitation was Friday from 5 until 9 p.m. at the funeralhome.
Mr. Dunn, 82, died July 5, 2007, at King’s Daughters MedicalCenter. He was born in Lincoln County on June 27, 1925, to CharlesDunn Sr. and Lorena Wallace Dunn.
He was a retired oil field driller with Murco Drilling. He was amember of Fair River Masonic Lodge No. 203 and a member ofMallalieu United Methodist Church. He was a Navy veteran of WorldWar II.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his brother, WallaceDunn; his sister, Lottie Freeman; and his infant daughter, JoAnnDunn.
Survivors are his wife of 58 and a half years, Sarah Dunn, ofBrookhaven; his son, Ronald Dunn and wife Charlene, of Brookhaven;his daughters, Joyce Southerland and husband Dale, of Tulsa, Okla.,and Frances Terrelle Hedge and husband Lee, of Brookhaven; hisbrothers, Jerald Dunn and wife Jean, and John Dunn and wife Pat,all of Brookhaven; his grandchildren, Jessie and Don Warren, ReneeRichardson, Davy Dunn, and Kevin Southerland; and fivegreat-grandchildren.
Ed Fauver Jr.
Services for Ed Fauver Jr., of Brookhaven, are 4 p.m. Sunday,July 8, at Brookhaven Funeral Home’s Natchez Drive location withburial in Riverwood Memorial Park. Officiating the service will bethe Revs. Ronnie Robinson and Carl Addison.
Mr. Fauver, 62, died July 6, 2007, at his residence. He was bornon Aug. 14, 1944, to Ed Fauver Sr. and Maude Butler Fauver.
He was a machine operator for Redd Lumber Company. He served inthe National Guard and was a member of Northview BaptistChurch.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his wife, BarbaraFauver; his brother, Danny Fauver; and his sister, Annie PearlRoberts.
Survivors are his sons, Terry Fauver and wife Donna, ofRichland, and Jeff Sugg, of Brookhaven; his daughter, Tammy Fosterand husband Mitchell, of Brookhaven; his brothers, Don Fauver andwife Rhonda, of Smithdale; his sister, Betty Sue Young and husbandRayborn, of Mobile, Ala.; and his grandchildren, Charity Townsend,Katelyn Fauver, Brye Foster, and Kline Foster.
Billy Mitchell Gillis
Services for Billy Mitchell Gillis, of Ridgeland, are 2 p.m.Sunday, July 8, at Brookhaven Funeral Home’s Natchez Drive locationwith burial in Easthaven Cemetery.
Mr. Gillis, 79, died July 5, 2007, at Mississippi BaptistMedical Center. He was born in Morton on April 29, 1928, to AaronE. Gillis and Bonnie Tolar Gillis.
He was retired from the Gillis Tool Company. He was a member ofFirst Baptist Church.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his sister, BarbaraKern; and his brother, Aaron L. Gillis.
Survivors are his wife, Peggy Gillis, of Ridgeland; hisdaughter, Diane Vesa and husband Nick, of Madison; his brother,Jimmy Gillis, of Brookhaven; his sisters, Peggy Smith, ofBrookhaven, and Jackie Price, of McComb; his grandchildren, MickeyVesa and wife Telci, of Madison,and Angel Vance and husband Kevin,of Jackson; and two great-grandchildren, Nicholas Rigby Vance andMatthew Ruger Vance.
Lloyd P. Huguley Jr.
Services for Lloyd P. Huguley Jr., of Ruth, are 2 p.m. Sunday,July 8, at Monticello United Methodist Church with burial in theMasonic Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge ofarrangements.
Mr. Huguley, 54, died July 6, 2007, at the CardiovascularInstitute of Mississippi of an aneurysm. He was born on Oct. 7,1952, to Lloyd P. Huguley Sr. and Patricia Butler Huguley.
He was a graduate of Mississippi State University and wasemployed with Plum Creek Timber Co. as a senior resource forester.He had worked with the forestry industry for about 35 years. He wasa member of Monticello United Methodist Church.
Preceding him in death was his son, Paul Huguley; his brother,William Huguley; and his nephew, Kane Huguley.
Survivors are his spouse, Ilene Smith Huguley, of Ruth; hissons, Patrick Huguley, of Tilton, and David Huguley, of Brookhaven;his daughters, Mollie Corken, of Sontag, and Kathy Bull, ofLoveland, Colo.; his brother, Harold Huguley, of Monticello; hissister, Debbie Huguley, of Dalton, Ga.; and threegrandchildren.
Jacqueline Kelly Thurman
Services for Jacqueline Kelly Thurman, of Wesson, are 11 a.m.Monday, July 9, at Wesson Baptist Church with burial in BeauregardCemetery. Stringer Family Funeral Home is in charge ofarrangements.
Visitation is Sunday from 5 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home inHazlehurst.
Mrs. Thurman, 84, died July 7, 2007, at Brook Manor NursingHome.
She was a native of Copiah County and was known throughout thecommunity as “Maw Maw.” She was a retired study hall teacher atCo-Lin High School and a member of Wesson Baptist Church, where sheworked in the day care and nursery for over 20 years.
Preceding her in death was her husband, J.C. Thurman; her son,Ricky Thurman; her parents, Jack and Cornelia Kelly; her sisters,Jimmye Batchelor and Kathryn Barker; and a lifelong friend whopassed away on July 5, 2007, Polly Hales.
Survivors are her daughter, Ginger Heard and husband Dale, ofWesson; her grandsons, Jaymie Heard, Kelly Heard and wife Brandi,all of Wesson; and a lifelong friend and cousin, Marjorie KellySmith.
Memorials may be made to Wesson Baptist Church, Hwy 51 North,Wesson, MS 39191.