Mary Jane Jenkins Furr
Funeral services for Mary Jane Jenkins Furr, of Brookhaven, are11 a.m. on Monday, March 28, at Apostolic Lighthouse Church inLincoln County with burial in Stewart Cemetery in Bogue Chitto.Community Funeral Services is in charge of arrangements.
Visitation is Sunday beginning at 5 p.m. at the church.
Mrs. Furr, 68, died March 26, 2011, at Mississippi Baptist MedicalCenter in Jackson. She was born in Sicily Island, La., on Feb. 15,1943, to Everett and Maybelle Jackson.
She was a seamstress and child caregiver. She was a member ofApostolic Lighthouse Church.
Preceding her in death was her husband of 27 years and the fatherof her boys, Leroy Jenkins; her husband, Willie Moore; threestepsons; one stepdaughter; one adopted son; two brothers; twosisters; two stepbrothers and one stepsister.
Survivors are her husband, Eddie Clinton Furr; her sons, Robert(Bobby) Jenkins and wife, Patricia, and Allen Jenkins and wife,Karen; her grandchildren, Kayla Jenkins and Christopher Smith; herstepdaughters, Martha Smith, Sharon Jackson, Alice Jordan, BonnieVarnado, Connie Grenn and Penny Moore; her stepsons, Billy WayneMoore, Willie Earl Moore and Andy Moore; her adopted sons, GlennRippy, Donnie Rippy and Billy Ray Rippy; her adopted daughter,Shirley Kendall; her brothers, Edgar Jackson, Edward Jackson, HenryJackson and Clifton Jackson; her sister, Dorothy Wilkinson; herstepbrothers, Sylvester Buitt, Marvin Buitt, Robert Buitt andCharlie Bill Buitt; her stepsisters, Ann Caves, Nita Lusk, MarthaSandford and Emma Jean Smith; many stepgrandchildren, adoptedgrandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, and adoptedstep-great-grandchildren; and her special niece and friend, PeggyMoore.
Her heart was big enough for them all.