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Gloria Nelson Curran ,96, of Yazoo City passed away Saturday May 26, 2018 at The Blake in Ridgeland, Ms. Even though he never had children of his own, he was a wonderful step-father, grandfather and uncle to all the children in his family. She is survived by her children Michael Curran ( Katherine ) of Madison , Christopher Lydick ( Walter) of Jackson , Suzanne Curran of Washington D. , Joseph Curran of Vicksburg and Mary Curran ( Michael) of El Cerrito, CA . James Raiford Potter, 84, passed away Sunday May 27, 2018 at The Martha Coker Green Homes in Yazoo City. He is survived by step children; Anne Ketchum of Oxford, Bill (Patty) Neal of Vicksburg, Becky (Bubber) Peterman, Debbie (Joe) Buckley, and Jim (Marilyn) Neal all of Yazoo City, 11 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren.Also nieces, Ann Cox of Yazoo City; Mary Lee Baker of Grenada; Kay Mills (Darell) of Yazoo City, a nephew, Jim Anderson; ten great nieces and nephews and eleven great-great nieces and nephews.Pallbearers are: Bruce Plunkett, Charles Plunkett, Bobby Park, Jay Atkinson, J Anderson, Jason Mathis and Scott Baker. The family would like to thank all the staff of the Martha Coker Greenhouses for showering Uncle Jack with much love and tender care in the six plus years he resided with them.She sang in the adult choir and participated in WMU Circle, but one of her favorite activities was being the coordinator and hearer of scripture for Bible Memory Association. Roark is survived by daughter, Elaine Roark Schmitt (Howard) of Columbia, SC; sons Dale Ellis Roark (Betsy) of Hattiesburg, MS; Thomas Ford Roark (Jo Lea) of Flowood, MS and daughter-in-=law, Belinda Roark of Canton, MS; twelve grandchildren and seventeen great grand children. Gene Allen Roark, infant daughter Joyce Alita Roark and sister Nancy Anderson. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to First Baptist Church, 328 Grand Avenue, Yazoo City, MS 39194. He attended Yazoo City schools and graduated from Yazoo City High School. After the war, he was employed at Yazoo Motor Co., and then was a partner and managed Yazoo Parts Company.Two of her favorite scripture passages were Psalm 23 (which she would recite to herself to fall asleep, instead of counting sheep) and Philippians 4:6. Visitation will be Friday June 1st beginning at A, M,followed by the funeral service at A. Pallbearers are; Jonathan Roark, Matthew Roark, Ben Roark, Martin Roark, Geoffrey Yoste, Wes Willis, Andrew Willis, Howard Schmitt, and Danny Schmitt. At the beginning of World War II, he served in the 71st Costal Artillery Unit, anti-aircraft division of the U. He was later co-owner of Dan-Jack Chevrolet Company for many years.Gene Ford Roark, born June 12, 1925 in Owensboro, KY, went to be with The Lord May 28, 2018. Grand children Sterling Mills ( Lee) of Yazoo City . Mary Louis Quinn ( John ) of Mountain Brook AL., Christopher Hey ( Craig ) of Mountain Brook , AL and Walter Lydick lll of Los Angeles CA . Jack Richardson , 100, peacefully passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2018, at the Butler House at Martha Coker Greenhouses in Yazoo City. with the funeral service at at First Presbyterian Church in Yazoo City with burial following at Glenwood Cemetery. Richardson was born on October 30, 1917, to Lucius Lamar Richardson and Olive Price Richardson in Yazoo City.
Survivors include grandchildren: Bruce Plunkett (Joyce) of Madison, Charles Plunkett (Shannon) of Jackson, Bobby Park (Tracy) of Brandon, and Melanie Park of Ridgeland, and seven great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife; Pauline Davis Bradshaw, a son; Danny “Doodle” Bradshaw, and a granddaughter Amy Porter. Frances Guyton, 64, of Hollandale, MS passed away Saturday May 19, 2018 at The Yazoo City Rehabilitation and Healthcare.
Disabled she was a member of Hebron Baptist Church – Bentonia.
Honorary pallbearers are: Roger Mc Grath, Sam Olden, Darell Mills, Brent Morgan, Jeppie Barbour, Wiley Barbour, Haley Barbour, William Carroll, David Richardson, Jr., Lamar Mc Millian, Jr. A special thank you to “his girls” at the Butler House, Annie Lee, Adrian Jackson, Miranda Mc Collum, Theresa Robey, Kimberley Bell, Linda Garrette and all the others that cared for him as he “ruled the roost”!
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to be sent to First Presbyterian Church, French Camp Academy or Palmer Home.God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best. Army Veteran, a retired Logger, and a member of Ogden Baptist Church. Pallbearers are; Chuck Outlaw, Lee Bradshaw, Will Bradshaw, Dan Bradshaw, Michael Shane Bradshaw, and Lynn Outlaw.