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Jones and Son Funeral Home

5th Street
Beaumont, MS 39423
(601) 784-2241
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Ginger George - Silsbee Bee

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Lufkin. Funeral service was Saturday, April 8 at the First Baptist Church in Kountze with burial following at Magnolia Cemetery in Beaumont under the direction of Broussard’s Mortuary in Kountze. Survivors include her husband, Tommie George; daughter, Rhonda Castro of Dickinson; brother, Jimmy Lynn Dempsey and wife Martha of Dallas; and two grandchildren.Rate this article: ...

Former Fenton businessman dies unexpectedly - Fenton Tri County Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The Golden Rule was always important to Jim Hall, 52, well-known local businessman, who passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 14 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.      The former owner of Hall Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Fenton, Hall sold the business he had owned since 2005 to LaFontaine Automotive Group 10 months ago.  He worked closely with his brother, Tim Hall, who served as the dealership’s  manager, building a successful dealership. Together, along with staff, they earned numerous awards for customer satisfaction and service.      Hall was always proud of his Catholic upbringing, which included education at Birmingham Brother Rice High School, and an active faith life at Holy Family Catholic Church in Grand Blanc. He believed strongly in treating others the way he wanted to be treated.      He  was also a dedicated family man, enjoying time spent with his wife, Jennifer, and daughters Lindsay, Ashley and Lauren. In fact, it was his love and pride for his family that made the purchase of the local Chrysler dealership possible 12 years ago.       “The owner already had a deal and a deposit from another guy int...

Mount Zion Baptist Church in Orange place for support, love - Washington Times

Monday, April 03, 2017

Amorren Coleman reached out for the microphone as he stood alone on the stage at Mount Zion Baptist Church, staring wide-eyed at a buzzing congregation waiting for him to perform.The Beaumont Enterprise (http://bit.ly/2mtKFvm ) reports Amorren’s voice trembled, overpowered by the band’s opening notes of “Break Every Chain.” He looked fearfully to the Rev. C.W. Crawford as the microphone dropped slowly from his mouth.Crawford cried out, “If we don’t support him now, when he wants to sing for God, who will?”Cheers rang out from the congregation.Linda Williams, a longtime church member, yelled “You can do it, baby,” from a center aisle pew.Amorren lifted the microphone back to his lips, smiled sheepishly and sang out with new confidence.“That is why we are here,” said Crawford, as Amorren returned to his seat. “To be the support for our children. To be the support the community needs.”Mount Zion, built in 1871, is widely known as Orange’s “Mother Church,” a place that nurtures spiritual and educational growth, and in its past, offered the black community sanctuary during a time of unchecked racism and segregation.“This was where blacks could come and worship, but also where you could go to get an educati...

Journalist, attorney John Morvant dies at 77 - KATC.com | Continuous News Coverage | Acadiana-Lafayette - KATC Lafayette News

Monday, March 06, 2017

Lake Lawn.Morvant was a member of the KATC family. He was born and resided in New Orleans with past residences in Albuquerque, NM, U.S. Territory of Guam, Lafayette, LA, Beaumont and Waco, TX, and Columbus, MS. He was a graduate of Fortier High School in 1957, the University of Mississippi in 1962, and Tulane University School of Law in 1965.After practicing law for several years, his career shifted to journalism at The Times-Picayune. Newspaper positions and editorships in Louisiana and Texas were followed by a transition to television news in Mississippi (WCBI), Texas (KWTX) and Lafayette (KATC) Louisiana.In 1985, he was named news director of Western Systems, Inc. a chain of television and radio stations in Micronesia and Hawaii. There, he won local and regional awards and two national ACE awards for investigative reporting. Retiring from Western Systems in 1990, he became an adjunct professor of journalism at the University of Guam and was assistant to the President of the University.He was an accomplished scuba diver, a lifelong track and field sportsman, and ran twice in the Boston Marathon. To read his full obituary, click here. ...

Howard Courts - Silsbee Bee

Monday, March 06, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 03/01/2017 - 6:30amHoward Ray Courts, 65, of Kountze, died Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at Baptist Hospital in Beaumont. Funeral service was Saturday, February 25 at Broussard’s Mortuary in Kountze with burial following at Old Hardin Cemetery, also in Kountze. Survivors include his mother, Lou Nell Stutts Courts; son, Ray Courts and wife Lynn; brothers, William Courts, Roger Courts and Phillip Courts, all of Kountze; and three grandchildren.Rate this article: ...

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Ginger George - Silsbee Bee

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Lufkin. Funeral service was Saturday, April 8 at the First Baptist Church in Kountze with burial following at Magnolia Cemetery in Beaumont under the direction of Broussard’s Mortuary in Kountze. Survivors include her husband, Tommie George; daughter, Rhonda Castro of Dickinson; brother, Jimmy Lynn Dempsey and wife Martha of Dallas; and two grandchildren.Rate this article: ...

Former Fenton businessman dies unexpectedly - Fenton Tri County Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The Golden Rule was always important to Jim Hall, 52, well-known local businessman, who passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 14 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.      The former owner of Hall Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Fenton, Hall sold the business he had owned since 2005 to LaFontaine Automotive Group 10 months ago.  He worked closely with his brother, Tim Hall, who served as the dealership’s  manager, building a successful dealership. Together, along with staff, they earned numerous awards for customer satisfaction and service.      Hall was always proud of his Catholic upbringing, which included education at Birmingham Brother Rice High School, and an active faith life at Holy Family Catholic Church in Grand Blanc. He believed strongly in treating others the way he wanted to be treated.      He  was also a dedicated family man, enjoying time spent with his wife, Jennifer, and daughters Lindsay, Ashley and Lauren. In fact, it was his love and pride for his family that made the purchase of the local Chrysler dealership possible 12 years ago.       “The owner already had a deal and a deposit from another guy int...

Mount Zion Baptist Church in Orange place for support, love - Washington Times

Monday, April 03, 2017

Amorren Coleman reached out for the microphone as he stood alone on the stage at Mount Zion Baptist Church, staring wide-eyed at a buzzing congregation waiting for him to perform.The Beaumont Enterprise (http://bit.ly/2mtKFvm ) reports Amorren’s voice trembled, overpowered by the band’s opening notes of “Break Every Chain.” He looked fearfully to the Rev. C.W. Crawford as the microphone dropped slowly from his mouth.Crawford cried out, “If we don’t support him now, when he wants to sing for God, who will?”Cheers rang out from the congregation.Linda Williams, a longtime church member, yelled “You can do it, baby,” from a center aisle pew.Amorren lifted the microphone back to his lips, smiled sheepishly and sang out with new confidence.“That is why we are here,” said Crawford, as Amorren returned to his seat. “To be the support for our children. To be the support the community needs.”Mount Zion, built in 1871, is widely known as Orange’s “Mother Church,” a place that nurtures spiritual and educational growth, and in its past, offered the black community sanctuary during a time of unchecked racism and segregation.“This was where blacks could come and worship, but also where you could go to get an educati...

Journalist, attorney John Morvant dies at 77 - KATC.com | Continuous News Coverage | Acadiana-Lafayette - KATC Lafayette News

Monday, March 06, 2017

Lake Lawn.Morvant was a member of the KATC family. He was born and resided in New Orleans with past residences in Albuquerque, NM, U.S. Territory of Guam, Lafayette, LA, Beaumont and Waco, TX, and Columbus, MS. He was a graduate of Fortier High School in 1957, the University of Mississippi in 1962, and Tulane University School of Law in 1965.After practicing law for several years, his career shifted to journalism at The Times-Picayune. Newspaper positions and editorships in Louisiana and Texas were followed by a transition to television news in Mississippi (WCBI), Texas (KWTX) and Lafayette (KATC) Louisiana.In 1985, he was named news director of Western Systems, Inc. a chain of television and radio stations in Micronesia and Hawaii. There, he won local and regional awards and two national ACE awards for investigative reporting. Retiring from Western Systems in 1990, he became an adjunct professor of journalism at the University of Guam and was assistant to the President of the University.He was an accomplished scuba diver, a lifelong track and field sportsman, and ran twice in the Boston Marathon. To read his full obituary, click here. ...

Howard Courts - Silsbee Bee

Monday, March 06, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 03/01/2017 - 6:30amHoward Ray Courts, 65, of Kountze, died Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at Baptist Hospital in Beaumont. Funeral service was Saturday, February 25 at Broussard’s Mortuary in Kountze with burial following at Old Hardin Cemetery, also in Kountze. Survivors include his mother, Lou Nell Stutts Courts; son, Ray Courts and wife Lynn; brothers, William Courts, Roger Courts and Phillip Courts, all of Kountze; and three grandchildren.Rate this article: ...