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BENNIE CALVIN BARKLEY

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, March 05, 2000, Page: B7
BOLIVAR - Bennie Calvin Barkley, 76, retired farmer and firefighter for the City of Memphis, died of heart failure Saturday at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at McBride Funeral Home of Ripley, Miss., with burial in New Hope Methodist Church Cemetery near Ripley. He was a member of New Hope Methodist Church, a World War II Army veteran and a member of the Firefighters Association. Mr. Barkley, the widower of Mary Womack Barkley, leaves a stepson, William A. Strain of Chicago; two sisters, Hazel B. Petersen of Olive Branch, Miss., and Louise Richardson of Memphis, and a stepgrandchild.

CHARLES GRADY BYERS, JR.

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN,  July 11, 1999
BATESVILLE - Charles Grady Byers Jr., 80, retired mail carrier and farmer, died of cancer Saturday in Route Water Valley. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Forrest Memorial Park Cemetery.
Wells Funeral Home has charge. He was a member of Sandsprings Presbyterian Church and was a World War II Army veteran. Mr. Byers, the husband of Martha Womack Byers, also leaves three daughters, Sarah Byers McCullar of Corpus Christi, Texas, Fran Byers of Water Valley and Robbie Byers of Tupelo; a sister, Norma Byers McKee of Batesville, and two grandchildren.


BOBBY DON CARIKER

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, February 17, 2000, Page: B4
BRINKLEY - Bobby Don Cariker, 63, delivery man for Coleman Milk Co., died of cancer Monday in Searcy. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Brinkley Church of Christ with burial in Oaklawn Cemetery.
Bob Neal & Son Funeral Home has charge. Mr. Cariker, the husband of Stella Cariker, also leaves two daughters, Deanna Saunders and Melanie Jane Cariker; a son, David Wayne Cariker; three sisters, Louise Womack, Faerene McFarland and Frances Kaiser, six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Church of Christ in Brinkley.


FRANCES IRENE TATUM CAROTHERS

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, November 30, 1998
OXFORD - Frances Irene Tatum Carothers, 84, formerly of Memphis, retired LPN at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, died of pneumonia Saturday at Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Waller Funeral Home here with burial in Browning Cemetery. She was a member of Union Avenue Baptist Church in Memphis. She leaves a son, Mike Caruthers of Oxford; four sisters, Corinne Womack of Oxford, Ruth Walker of Taylor, Mary Elizabeth Starling of Horn Lake, and Evelyn LoNigro of San Pedro, Calif., and a brother, Forest Tatum of Oxford.


MARGARET ANN TEEMS-CHILTON

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, January 24, 2000, Page: B4
BRIGHTON - Margaret Ann Teems-Chilton, 59, homemaker, died of heart failure Sunday at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Thompson Funeral Home in Piedmont, Ala., with burial in Union Grace Cemetery there. Maley Yarbrough Funeral Home in Covington has local charge. Mrs. Teems-Chilton, the wife of Wade Chilton, also leaves two sons, Christopher Teems and Todd Teems, both of Memphis; a stepdaughter, Brittany Chilton of Jackson, Mo.; two sisters, Joan Warmack of Memphis and Francis Dobbs of Piedmont; three brothers, Davis Jennings of Franklin, Billy Jennings of Birmingham and John Jennings of Centre, Ala., and four grandchildren.


IDA MAE COTTON
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, February 20, 1999.
SLEDGE - Ida Mae Cotton, 72, homemaker, died of heart failure Sunday at UT Bowld Hospital in Memphis. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Wesley United Methodist Church in Birdie, where she was a Sunday school teacher and a member of United Methodist Women, with burial in the church cemetery. Henderson Funeral Home in Tunica has charge. Mrs. Cotton, the widow of Louis C. Cotton, leaves seven daughters, Barbara Whindham of Atlanta, and Carrie Winston, Jackie Cotton, Angenette Ivery, Marvine Cooper, Sherry Beals and Geneva Cotton, all of Birdie; four sons, Louis Cotton, Darnell Cotton, Leutenant Bledsoe and Kenneth L. Cotton, all of Birdie; three sisters, Margarett Hibbler of Tunica, and Helen McElvain and Irma Womack, both of Cleveland, Ohio; a brother, Roy Marshall of Cleveland, 24 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.

BERTHA MELTON DINWIDDIE

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, January 30, 1999
CAMDEN - Bertha Melton Dinwiddie, 93, retired inspector for Ottenheimer Dress Manufacturing Co., died of heart failure Thursday at West Lake Living Center in Sherwood, Ark. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Stockdale-Malin Funeral Home with burial in Flatwoods Cemetery. Mrs. Dinwiddie, the widow of Charles Leland Dinwiddie, leaves four sisters, Bessie Robins of Eva, Ora Warmack of Big Sandy, Ruby Moore of Gleason and Johnnie Berry of Detroit, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.


HELEN MARIE CHITTUM DUKES

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN,  July 15, 1999.
HELEN MARIE CHITTUM DUKES, 61, of Memphis, homemaker, died of burns Tuesday at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis Burn Center.
Services will be at noon Friday at Memorial Park Funeral Home with burial in Highland Memorial Gardens in Jackson, Tenn. She was a member of Bellevue Baptist Church. Mrs. Dukes, the wife of E. D. Dukes, also leaves three sisters, Deloris Chittum and Betty Chittum, both of Knoxville, and Mabel Chittum Wamack of Chattanooga, and two brothers, Frank Chittum and Walter Chittum, both of Knoxville. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Love Worth Finding Ministries.


WILLIAM R. FORTUNE

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, October 28, 1999, Page: A14
WILLIAM R. FORTUNE, 78, of Bartlett, retired employee of International Harvester, died of heart failure Wednesday at Applingwood Health Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Broadway Baptist Church in Olive Branch, Miss.,with burial in Memory Hill Gardens. Memphis Funeral Home Germantown Parkway Chapel has charge. He was a World War II veteran. Mr. Fortune, the husband of Mary Sue Fortune, also leaves three daughters, Charlotte Marchbanks of Bartlett, Nancy Kitchens of Atlanta and Phyliss Conley of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; a son, William R. Fortune Jr. of Atlanta; three sisters, Lois Womack of Roanoke, Va., Betty Mullett of Sarasota, Fla., and Barbara Gaylor of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; two brothers, James Fortune of Naples, Fla., and Willard Fortune of Fort Walton Beach, 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and a great-great- grandchild. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Broadway Baptist Church.

WILLIE I. GLASSON

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, November 28, 1999, Page: A20
WEST POINT - Willie I. `Sonny' Glasson, 78, retired mechanic for Jameson Ford Motors, Long Ford and Smith Pontiac after 45 years, died of heart failure Friday at his home. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Calvert Funeral Home with burial in Greenwood Cemetery. He was a World War II Army veteran. Mr. Glasson, the husband of Dorothy Bennett Glasson, also leaves two daughters, Peggy G. Edwards of Memphis and Pat D. Glasson of West Point; a son, Ricky Glasson of West Point; a sister, Ora Womack of Lilbourne, Mo.; a brother, John E. Glasson of Mantee, and four grandchildren. The family requests that any memorials be sent to West End Baptist Church.


DANNY DALE HANEY
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, December 22, 1999, Page: B4
BYHALIA - Danny Dale Haney, 63, heavy-equipment operator for G&M Construction, died Monday in Byhalia after a heart attack. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Holly Springs Funeral Home with burial in Hillcrest Cemetery in Holly Springs. He was a member of Canaan Baptist Church. Mr. Haney, the husband of Patricia Hogan Wommack Haney, also leaves four daughters, Theresa Breedlove, Janice Haney and Carolyn Haney, all of Byhalia, and Vicki Spoon of Holly Springs; two sisters, Patty Brewer of West Memphis, Ark., and Alta Mae Haney of Marianna, Ark.; a brother, Lawrence Haney of Holly Springs, and six grandchildren.


WANDA EAKER HENDERSON

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, April 15, 1999
NEW ALBANY - Wanda Eaker Henderson, 56, retired teacher and librarian, died of cancer Tuesday at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Hillcrest Baptist Church, where she was a member, with burial in Vista Memorial Park.
United Funeral Service has charge. Mrs. Henderson, the wife of Thomas L. Henderson, also leaves a daughter, Heather Henderson of New Albany; two sons, Bryan Henderson of Saltillo and Lee Henderson of Tupelo; four sisters, Linda Womack of Jupiter, Fla., Kay Hall and Gloria Bennett, both of New Albany, and Wava Rakestraw of Blue Springs, and two brothers, Jimmy Eaker of New Albany and Larry Eaker of Tupelo.


NANCY VERNELL HENDRIX

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, July 24, 1999
PONTOTOC - Nancy Vernell Hendrix, 68, retired furniture factory employee, died Wednesday at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo of a brain aneurysm. Services were Friday at Browning Funeral Home in Pontotoc with burial in Eddington Cemetery near Pontotoc.
She was a Baptist. Mrs. Hendrix, the wife of James Hendrix, also leaves a daughter, Deborah Warmack of Mooreville; two sons, Barry Hendrix and Jeff Hendrix, and a sister, Elizabeth Martin, all of Pontotoc; three brothers, Dualane Pannell of Okolona, Leon Pannell of Fulton and Dennis Pannell of Pontotoc, nine grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren.


G. N.  MANGIALARDI

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN,  June 03, 1999
GREENVILLE - G. N. `Reno' Mangialardi, 85, of Greenville, formerly of Leland, retired farmer and retail grocery merchant, died of heart failure Wednesday at King's Daughters Hospital. Services will be at
10 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, where he was a communicant, with burial in Greenville Cemetery. Boone-Wells Funeral Home has charge. Mr. Mangialardi, the widower of Mafalda Fratesi Mangialardi, leaves five daughters, Carolyn M. Campbell of Carrollton, Mary Eldina Pridemore of Riverdale, Ga., Nancy M. Vesper of Mandeville, La., and Rosalie M. Womac and Barbara M. Pettis, both of Greenville; a sister, Rena M. Garnetti of Brooklyn, N.Y., 15 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.


JAMES R. MORRIS
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, May 08, 1999
EUPORA - James R. Morris, 79, retired welder, died of heart failure Friday at Webster Health Services. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Oliver Funeral Home with burial in Calvary Cemetery in Webster County. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Morris, the husband of Betty Miles Morris, also leaves two daughters, Carolyn Womack and Sara Harrison, both of Eupora; a son, Jimmy Morris of Carrollton; a sister, Lois Lamb of Eupora, four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

HOBERT ELMO PHIFER

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, April 07, 1999.
CAMDEN - Hobert Elmo Phifer, 75, farmer, died of cancer Monday at his home. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Stockdale-Malin Funeral Home with burial in Flatwoods Cemetery here. He was a member of Flatwoods Methodist Church and a World War II Army veteran. Mr.
Phifer, the husband of Joyce Warmack Phifer, also leaves three sons, R.A. Phifer of Aurora, Colo., Michael Lee Phifer of Eva and Christopher D. Phifer of Jackson; three sisters, Hazel Lowry of Camden, Sadie Ruth Wheatley of Eva and Helen Andrews of Wilmington, Ill., and four grandchildren.


RUBY WOMMACK RAINEY

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, August 31, 1999
WALNUT - Ruby Wommack Rainey, 85, retired home health caregiver, died of heart disease Sunday at Beverly Health Care Center in Ripley.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Ripley Funeral Home with burial in New Salem Cemetery. She was a member of Oakland Baptist Church.
Mrs. Rainey, the widow of Fray Rainey, leaves four daughters, Wilodene Eaves of Pacifica, Calif., Billie J. Tapp of Tiplersville, Betty Sides of Walnut and Kinda Knox of Oakley, Calif.; four sons, J. Wiliford Rainey of Walls, Harold Rainey of Hickory Flat, and David Rainey and Jerry Rainey, both of Walnut; a brother, Lester Wommack of Germany, 20 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and three great- great-grandchildren.


WAYNE SCHRUM

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN,  February 26, 1999.
CORINTH - Wayne Schrum, 53, sign painter, died of cancer Wednesday at Magnolia Regional Health Center. Services were Thursday at Coleman Funeral Home with burial in Carpenter Cemetery. He was a member of Oakland Baptist Church. He leaves a sister, Margie Mueller; two brothers, Bobby Schrum and Jeff Schrum; a stepbrother, Scott Womack, and his father, George Schrum, all of Corinth.


DOROTHY MAXWELL SPEES

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN,  January 16, 2000, Page: B7
DOROTHY MAXWELL SPEES, 74, of Memphis, retired employee of Defense Depot, died of cancer Friday at Allenbrooke Nursing Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel with entombment in Memorial Park Mausoleum. She was a member of Ridgeway Baptist Church. She leaves a sister, Hazel Stegall-Estes of Fort Worth, Texas; a half-sister, Shirley Patterson of Hickory Valley, Tenn.; a half-brother, James D. Maxwell Jr. of Memphis, and a cousin and nephew who cared for her, Mary Ella Womack of Memphis and Robert E. Stegall of Fort Worth.

ROY C. STEPHENSON

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, December 17, 1998
JACKSON - Roy C. Stephenson, 68, associate program director of the Memphis Conference Council of Ministries, died of heart failure Tuesday at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at R.E. Womack Memorial Chapel at Lambuth University with burial in Hollywood Cemetery. George A. Smith & Sons Funeral Home has charge. He was a member of Lambuth Memorial United Methodist Church and a Korean War Navy veteran. Mr. Stephenson, the husband of Marian Turner Stephenson, also leaves three daughters, Elizabeth Ann Stanfill of Jackson, Kathryn S. Pope and Sandra Leigh Rudd, both of Nashville; two sons, Roy Crosby `Stevie' Stephenson Jr. of Memphis and William Edward Stephenson of Jackson, Tenn., and 10 grandchildren. The family requests that any memorials be made to the Lambuth Memorial Society of St. Stephen.


HAZEL J. WHITTEN

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, April 09, 2000, Page: B7
HAZEL J. WHITTEN, 78, of Memphis, retired riverboat cook, died of cancer Saturday at American Transitional Health Care. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Forest Hill Funeral Home Midtown with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery Midtown. Mrs. Whitten, the widow of Travis Whitten, leaves three sons, Bob Womack of Marked Tree, Ark., William E. Nelson of Barton, Miss., and George Nelson of Memphis; a sister, Joan Diaz of Marlboro, Md.; two brothers, Walter Bennett of Memphis and Jimmy Bennett of Booneville, Miss., three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

MARGARET E. WILSON

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, October 02, 1998
JACKSON - Margaret E. `Peggy' Wilson, 50, employee of Dal Tile, died of cancer Thursday at her home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Meridian Baptist Church, where she was a member, with entombment in Ridgecrest Mausoleum. George A. Smith & Sons Funeral Home South Chapel has charge. She leaves a daughter, Carol Kirkland of Jackson; a son, Robert Wilson of Medina; four sisters, Rose Lopez, Rita Womack, Bernice Lopez and Bernadatte Lopez; and five brothers, Angelo Lopez Jr., Andy Lopez, Ron Lopez, John Paul Lopez and Jessie Lopez, and her mother, Margaret Lopez, all of Denver, and four grandchildren.


MAYE ELLA THOMPSON WAMMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, March 06, 1999  
MAYE ELLA THOMPSON WAMMACK, 89, of Memphis, homemaker, died of heart failure Wednesday at her home. Services will be at 2 p.m.today at Memorial Park Funeral Home with burial in Memorial Park.  She leaves two daughters, Joyce Brooks and Loyce Leatherwood, both of Memphis; three sisters, Daisy Brotherton of Walnut, Miss., Beth Castellaw of Memphis and Hazel Buchanan of Alabama; a brother, Ted Martindale of Walnut, Miss., six grandchildren, five great- grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.


ANN DURDIN WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, November 05, 1999, Page: A14
CAMDEN - Ann Durdin Womack, 58, cashier for Benton Electric Co., died of heart failure Wednesday at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville.
Services were Thursday at Stockdale-Malin Funeral Home with burial in Camden Cemetery. She leaves a son, Charles Womack of San Francisco.


ANNIE M. WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, May 27, 1999
ANNIE M. WOMACK, 65, of Memphis, homemaker, died of heart failure at her home Tuesday. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Family Funeral Care with burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Brunswick, Tenn. Mrs. Womack, the widow of Paul Womack, leaves a daughter, Rosie Womack of Memphis; a sister, Annie Graham of Houston, Texas, and three brothers, Sam Hollinger of Kemp, Texas, Thomas Hollinger of Memphis and William Hollinger of Cordova. The family requests that any memorials be made to the National Heart Association. (Copyright 1999)

CATHERINE OLENE WOMACK
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, May 22, 1999.
MANTEE - Catherine Olene Womack, 71, homemaker, died of heart failure Thursday at Trace Regional Hospital in Houston. Services will be at 4 p.m. Sunday at Memorial Funeral Home in Houston with burial in Crossroads Cemetery in Webster County. Mrs. Womack, the wife of Harold Womack, also leaves two daughters, Jane Kinard of Starkville and Dorothy Stage of Mantee; a sister, Elise Bates of Midland, Texas; two brothers, Clemie Lewis of Sylacauga, Ala., and Lynn Lewis of Grenada, five grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
MT. PLEASANT - Freddie Martin Teel, 89, homemaker, died of heart failure Thursday at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Carey Chapel Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery.
Holly Springs Funeral Home has charge. Mrs. Teel, the widow of Knox Teel, leaves two daughters, Peggy McCallum of Potts Camp and Judy McClure of Mt. Pleasant; a son, Maynard Teel of Mt. Pleasant, and eight grandchildren.


IRA HUGO WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, September 26, 1999, Page: C5
BRIGHTON - Ira Hugo Womack, 91, construction worker, died Saturday at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Tipton in Covington after a heart attack. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Munford Funeral Home with burial in Covington Memorial Gardens. He was a member of Elk Grove Church of Christ. Mr. Womack, the widower of Edna Womack, leaves a son, Larry Womack of Brighton; a stepson, Herbert L. Ferrell of Memphis, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.


LARRY R. WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, March 18, 2000, Page: B3
MARTIN - Larry R. Womack, 53, sales manager for Tennessee Quality Homes, died of cancer Thursday at Methodist Healthcare Volunteer Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m today at Murphy Funeral Home. Mr.
Womack, the husband of Debra Alexander Womack, also leaves four daughters, Kelly Long of Jackson, Amy Long of Grand Isle, La., Lori Orgeron of Pine Grove, La., and Rhonda Moore of Lapper, Mich.; his mother, Floy Jones Wojtowicz, and a sister, Vickey Manning, both of Baltimore; two brothers, Jerry Womack of Minneapolis and Jimmy Womack of Macomb, Mich., and five grandchildren.


MARY JO WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, February 23, 1999
MARY JO WOMACK, 87, of Bartlett, retired seamstress, died of pneumonia Sunday at St. Bernards Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Forest Hill Funeral Home East with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery East. She was a member of Park Avenue Church of Christ. Mrs. Womack, the widow of Thompson C. Womack, leaves two daughters, Mary Bartee of Bartlett and Barbara Fisher of Jonesboro; a sister, Dorothy Carroll of California; a brother, R.C. Byars of Batesville, Miss., two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

PATRICIA WOMACK
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, December 22, 1999, Page: B4
RIPLEY - Patricia Womack, homemaker, died of respiratory failure Tuesday at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Ripley Funeral Home with burial in New Hope Cemetery. She was a member of Faith Fellowship Church. Mrs. Womack, the wife of Francis Eugene Womack, also leaves three sons, Gregory Scott Womack, Jeffery Mark Womack and Tracy Eugene Womack, all of Ripley, and two sisters, Martha Gregory and Pam Walker, both of Blue Mountain.


WILLIE RUTH WOMACK

Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, September 28, 1999, Page: B4
WATER VALLEY - Willie Ruth Womack, 94, retired salesclerk, died of cancer Monday at Yalobusha General Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Browning Funeral Home of Water Valley with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. She was a member of First Baptist Church.


ELIZABETH IRENE WOMMACK
 
Source: The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, February 26, 1999
RIPLEY - Elizabeth Irene Wommack, 80, retired factory worker, died of heart disease Wednesday at Tippah County Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Ripley Funeral Home with burial in Tippah Memorial Park here. She was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church, Eastern Star and Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. Wommack, the wife of William M. Wommack, also leaves two daughters, Martha Scholle of Booneville and Ann Stagner of Blue Mountain; three sons, David Miller of Riceville, and Larry T. Miller and Terry L. Miller, both of Ripley; a sister, Lena Chunn of Ripley, 14 grandchildren and 50 great-granchildren.

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