Thursday, March 17, 2011
Maud Lee Smith Clark
Maud Lee Smith Clark, 80, of Holly Springs, died March 4, 2011, at her daughter’s home in Holly Springs. She was the widow of Levert Clark, a member of her church’s mother’s board and a retired domestic worker in private homes.
Services were held at 11 a.m. on March 12 at Chulahoma MB Church in Holly Springs, where she was a member. Burial was in the church cemetery. Elder Mark Clark officiated. J.F. Brittenum and Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
She leaves four daughters, Jean Jones, Jennett Kimbrel, both of Memphis, Tenn., Connie Bethley of Hattiesburg, Beauty Johnson of Holly Springs; three sons, Thomas Clark, Kerklin Clark, both of Memphis, Mark Clark of Holly Springs; a sister, Dessie Honer of Holly Springs; two brothers, Cleven Smith of Ft. Wayne, Ind., I.B. Smith of Holly Springs; 35 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
She was preceded in death by five children, Georgia Clark, Alvin Clark, Josephus Clark, Johnnie Clark and LouToliver Clark.
James Euell Jr.
James “Spanky” Euell Jr., 30, died March 4, 2011, at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. He was a graduate of H.W. Byers High School.
Services were held on March 12 at Pleasant Hill CME Church in Mt. Pleasant. Pastor Willie Huey officiated. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Serenity Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
He leaves his mother, Irene Euell of Mt. Pleasant; his father, James (Donna) Euell of Michigan; grandmother, Amelia Euell of Memphis; two children, Candice (Fredrick) McFlyy, Chris Mathis of Illinois, Niya Euell of Collierville, Tenn.; companion, Verneda Griffen of Mt. Pleasant; six brothers, Jeremy (Sharron) Euell of Mt. Pleasant, Robert (Vita) Euell of Memphis, Michael Euell of Memphis, Stevin (Anita) Euell of Holly Springs, Amandra (Carmen) Euell of Chattanooga, Tenn., Nicholas Euell of Mt. Pleasant; and three sisters, Cassandra (James) Euell of Mt. Pleasant, Barbara Euell of Michigan, Monica Euell of Mt. Pleasant.
Pallbearers were Jamerson Euell, Justin Callaway, Marvin Rayford, Marcus Gill, Adam Golden and Mario Rayford.
Patricia Ann Hall
Patricia Ann Hall, 52, of Olive Branch, died March 12, 2011, at her home.
Services were held at 11 a.m. on March 15 at The Pentecostal Church of Memphis, where she was a member. Burial was in Memorial Park Southwoods. Rev. Terry Black officiated. Holly Springs Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
She leaves her husband, Ronnie L. Hall; a son, Ryan Hall of Olive Branch; a daughter, Leeann Hall of Olive Branch; parents, I.W. and Mattie Warren of Olive Branch; three brothers, Alton Warren of Byhalia, Ivy Warren of Slayden, Billy Ray Warren of Salida, Colo.; and a sister, Shelia Kill of Hernando.
For online condolences visit www.hsfuneralhome.com.
Rex Stephens, 59, of Hickory Flat, died March 6, 2011, in Amarillo, Tx. He grew up in Blue Mountain and had lived in Hickory Flat for 41 years. He was a truck driver for 40 years.
Services were held at 2 p.m. on March 10 at Faith Assembly of God in Myrtle, where he attended. Burial was in the church cemetery. Bro. Tom Wiginton and Bro. Roy Bostick officiated. Glenfield Funeral Home of New Albany was in charge of arrangements.
He leaves his wife of 41 years, Jessi Stephens; a son, Shane Douglas Stephens of Tupelo; two daughters, Melissa Stephens Ayers of Hickory Flat, Kellye Stephens Parker of Etta; brother, Ricky Dean Stephens of Hickory Flat; two sisters, Dianne Stephens Wayne, Donna Stephens Hart, both of Pass Christian; and six grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Barry Grisham, Michael Wilkinson, Kevin Wayne, Matt Wayne, Max Victory and Charles Tredaway.
Memorials may be made to the Gideons.
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