Obituaries for Friday, October 16, 2009

Published 5:00 am Friday, October 16, 2009

Patty Case Jacobson

Memorial services for Patty Case Jacobson, of Baton Rouge, La.,formerly of Brookhaven, are 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at RabenhorstFuneral Home East Chapel on Florida Boulevard in Baton Rouge.

Visitation is Saturday from noon until 2 p.m. at the funeralhome.

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Mrs. Jacobson, 67, died Oct. 12, 2009, at her residence.

She was a native of Brookhaven.

Preceding her in death were her father, Rufus M. Case; hermother, Frances O. Case; a sister, Yvonne Ogle; and numerous auntsand uncles.

Survivors are a son, Stephen Jacobson; a daughter, SharonJacobson-Robertson and husband, Cliff Robertson; her sisters, AliceE. Warren and Elaine Benson and husband, Joe; her grandchildren,Meagan, Morgan and Case Robertson, Ian and Isabella Nezat and TavioJacobson; her aunts, Shirley Cupit, Carolyn Carpenter and husband,Marvin, Patty Bramlette and Martha Faulver; and numerous nephewsand nieces.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American HeartAssociation for research.

Donald S. Weeks

Services for Donald S. Weeks, of Monticello, are 3 p.m. Friday,Oct. 16, at Monticello Methodist Protestant Church with burial inBethshan Cemetery in Monticello.

Visitation is Friday from 1 until 3 p.m. at the church.

Mr. Weeks, 72, died Oct. 14, 2009, at his residence. He was bornin Madison County on Dec. 2, 1936, to Homer L. Weeks and NattieHill Weeks.

After serving Monticello for 30 years as a rural mail carrierfor Route 1, Mr. Weeks retired with a total of 40 years with theU.S. Postal Service. He also served 10 years with the Air NationalGuard. He was a member of Monticello Methodist ProtestantChurch.

Preceding him in death were his parents; and his brothers, HomerWeeks Jr. and Bill Weeks.

Survivors are his wife, Carolyn Calcote Weeks, of Monticello; ason, Donnie S. Weeks Jr., of Monticello; his daughters, JanieBlakeney and Judy Boone, both of Monticello; a brother, WalterWeeks, of Madison; his seven grandchildren; and agreat-grandchild.