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In lieu of flowers the family request that memorials be made to Black Jack Baptist Church Building Fund or Martha Coker Green Houses. Clara Pearl Mc Namara, 59, of rural Hinds County passed away at her residence Thursday July 13, 2017. Survivors are his daughters; Annie Swayze Granholm of Benton and Mary Swayze of Vicksburg, and sister Sandra Swayze of Yazoo City. Minnie Fuller was born at Glen Allen, MS September 21, 1928. Retired from farming, he was a member of First Baptist Church- Yazoo City, and a U. Grandchildren; Campbell Browning, Carson Browning, Audrey Moore, and Lyla Moore, and brother Troy (Robin) Browning of Ridgeland. In Glenwood Cemetery in Yazoo City officiated by Rev. Jessie Joe Osborne, 80, of Bentonia passed away Thursday July 6, 2017 at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. Carter Michael “Mike” Maranto, 62, of Holly Bluff passed away Wednesday July 5, 2017 at Baptist Medical Center Yazoo. Survivors include his wife; Ann Wyatt Maranto, son: Carter Maranto both of Yazoo City, daughter; Melissa “Missy” Maranto (Clint) of Vicksburg, grandchildren Audrey Johnson, Marley Johnson, & Dylan Johnson, brothers; Norman (Joyce Maranto of Amory, MS & Willie (Nancy) Maranto of Anguilla, sisters; Lady (Richard) Hamlin of Greenville, MS, Martha (Keith) Dempsey of Orofino, ID, Mary (Will) Dickson of Memphis, & Lottie (Donald) Durst of Anguilla. Honary pallbearers are: William “Bill” Cooper, Charles Bert Darnell, Kevin Helton, Phillip Hester, Danny Howle, Jackie Martin, Jerry Martin, Neil Nichols, Ronnie Wilson, & Tommy Woodard. Burrell, 83, of Yazoo City passed away Saturday August 5, 2017 at Yazoo City Rehabilitation and Healthcare center. Survivors are; her daughters; Vickie (David) Lancaster of Bentonia, Hope Nelson of Yazoo City, & Joy Warren of Warner Robins, GA, son; Dennis Burrell of Bentonia, 9 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild, brothers; Ross Kuhn of New Hampshire, & Fred Kuhn of Virginia, and sister Sue Wilkerson of Coldwater, MS. He was born September 18, 1948 in Yazoo City to Archie and Lucille Crawford. After graduating from Yazoo City High School in 1966, he attended Mississippi State University where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.

Honorary Pallbearers are the Deacons of Black Jack Baptist Church along with Will Love & Tony Fisher. He was a pharmacist and at one-time owner of Swayze Pharmacy in Yazoo City. Visitation will be at Stricklin-King Funeral Home Tuesday July 11 – P. Funeral services will be at Central Baptist Church at Little Yazoo Wednesday July 12at A. With final resting place at Oak Grove Cemetery at Phoenix. Survivors are his wife; Laurie E Browning, son; David (Ashley) Browning, daughter Beth (Clark) Moore all of Madison. Stricklin-King Funeral Home is in charge of Arrangements. Memorial service at Stricklin-King Funeral Home officiated by Rev. “Don” Durst, III, William Hatchett “Cheet” Maranto, Smith Stoner, Hays Tidmore, & Tanner Tidmore. Tuesday August 8th in Glenwood Cemetery officiated by Rev. Archie Pinkney Crawford, III, “Roots”, Beloved brother and uncle, went to his eternal life June 30, 2017 at his residence on Fletcher Chapel Road, Yazoo City, Mississippi.

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When MFC was sold, he supervised the warehouse at Madison County Co-Op in Canton, MS until he retired. June loved her family, especially the annual Thanksgiving Green family gatherings, singing, dancing and music. Pace and the former Flossie Henson, 3 sisters and 1 brother. She was a homemaker and a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband; Charles Stevens, sons; Stephen (Kimberly) Hasty and Christopher Hasty, granddaughters; Leah Hasty, and Tara Hasty, grandson; Reed Hasty,great grandchildren; Kendra, Ken, Hank, and Aubrey, and brothers; Robert (Ann) Ellett and Randy Ellett all of Benton. Stricklin-King Funeral Home of Yazoo City has been entrusted with the arrangements. Holeman, Sr.,77, of Yazoo City passed away Friday July 28, 2017 at Merit Health River Region Medical Center in Vicksburg. David was preceded in death by his parents; Roy Lee & Jeffie Pearl Watkins Holeman. Donnie was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents; Clenton Ray & Mary J. Retired as a Supervisor at Mississippi Chemical Corporation, He was a member of Center Ridge Baptist Church and a U. Fred was preceded in death by his wife; Lou Rite Johnston and son Allen Fredrick Johnston, Jr. He is survived by his sister, Linda Crawford Harrison, Madison, MS, his sister and brother-in-law Dorothy and Bill Farmer of Lafayette, La, as well as many nieces and their families including Tara and Christopher Venetis with children Connor Crawford, his godson, and Cameron; Delle and Jason Smith with children Emma, Adelyn, and Jaxon; Emilee and Matthew Cooley with children Austin and Hudson; and Celena and Dustin Holmes with child Dylan Wyatt.

Fred is preceded in death by his parents, 2 brothers; Charles Sligh and James Ray Sligh, his sister Melba Jean Wilson Coker and his son; Thomas Martin Sligh. June was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Sonny Green; sisters, Evelyn Prine, Cathryn Jones; granddaughter, Megan Mathis; and her husband, Plum Mathis. Graveside will be conducted at Glenwood Cemetery under the direction of Stricklin-King Funeral Home. Tuesday August 8th in Glenwood Cemetery officiated by Rev. Myra Faye Womble, 82, of Lafayette, LA passed away Tuesday August 1, 2017. Survivors are her husband; Tony Womble, daughters Susan (Jose’) Aldaya and Lilli Pace and partner Michael Rossman, grandchildren; Lauren Aldaya, Alexander Aldaya, and Adrian Harrison. Memorial services were held Saturday August 5th P. at Delhomme Chapel of The Flowers in Lafayette, LA interment will be Monday August 7th at P. Survivors are her husband; Leon Coody, daughters; Rebbeca (Richey) Cobb of Madison, & Elizabeth (Jeff) Tinnan of Hattiesburg, sons; Leon (Paula) Coody of Bristol, ID, & Charles (Stacey) Coody of Bentonia, 8 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, and sister; Cynthia Ward of Belzoni. Also his aunt Mary Beth Logan and his adopted aunt Katherine Plunckett. and Idell Nolan Crawford of Eden, Ms, and Earl and Ina Chapman of Jackson, Ms.

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