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Bradford O Keefe Funeral Homes Inc

2511 Pass Road
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 388-1811
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D Iberville Memorial Park

11041 Gorenflo Road
Biloxi, MS 39540
(228) 392-4127
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Dickey Bros Chambers BROS

255 Delauney Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 436-6589
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Funeral Service Advance Planning

274 Beauvoir Road
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 374-1188
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Marshall Funeral Home

825 Division Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 432-2495
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Mississippi Gulf Coast Crematory

2511 Passage Road
Biloxi, MS
(228) 388-1811
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Riemann Funeral Homes Inc

274 Beauvoir Road
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 374-1188
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Southern Memorial Park Inc

2076 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 388-3292
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Swetman Chapel

675 Howard Avenue
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 374-5670
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Terri Lee Davies - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

Container { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }Terri Lee Davies, 52, of Spotsylvania County, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2017.Terri was born on July 28, 1964 in Biloxi, Mississippi to Ronald Alan Madison and Rita Marie Madison. She was a graduate of Courtland High School and Germanna Community College. Terri was a loving wife to Michael Davies for 28 years and loving mother to Lauren Davies for 15 years. She was a devoted daughter to her mother, Rita Madison. Terri is also survived by her sister, Stacy Lenox (Toliver) of Spotsylvania and a brother, Glen Madison (Mayte) of New York.She was a homemaker after Lauren was born, with a total commitment to raising and nurturing her child. Terri previously worked at Intuit, Spotsylvania County, and the Stafford County School Board office. She was a member of Faith Baptist Church. Terri loved Jesus, family time, encouraging others, and visiting new places. She cherished being a mother, spending time with her mother, and spending time with her many close friends.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 2 at Faith Baptist Church.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, 4240 Park Place Ct., Glen Allen, VA 23060.Online guestbook at c...

Teens step forward to serve as pallbearers for veteran with no family - Fox News

Monday, January 23, 2017

I told myself I was going to do it and I did it.”They buried Petty Officer Third Class Jerry Pino on a Tuesday. The sun was shining and there was a cool, gulf coast breeze meandering through the Biloxi National Cemetery. An honor guard stood at attention.The boys were smartly dressed in khaki pants and buttoned down shirts and neck ties. They solemnly took their places on either side of the flag-draped coffin and escorted a man they did not know to his final resting place.“I went out there for the service and cried the whole way through,” Miss Cathy said. “He had no one there. This veteran had nobody standing there but these boys.”But what happened at the end of the funeral was incredibly moving and poignant.The flag that had draped Jerry’s coffin was folded and presented to the six young men from Long Beach High School, home of the Bearcats.“It touched my heart,” Miss Cathy said.The Sun Herald newspaper shared a message from the mother of one of the young pallbearers.“Proud mom when he told me that no one should be buried without people who care present, especially a veteran,” Stacie Tripp wrote on Facebook.Evidence that moms and dads are doing something right in Long Beach, that’s what Miss Cathy said.“Our community is teaching these boys from the heart how it should be – how to care,” she said.They are still trying to figure out what to do with the flag that draped Jerry’s coffin. It’s being encased in glass – along with a plaque that bears his name.There’s talk about putting the flag on display at the high school or perhaps inside the locker room where four of the pallbearers play football.It would be a fitting tribute to a man who died alone but who was buried surrounded by his fellow countrymen.And oh what a lesson for the rest of us – demonstrated by a group of young boys from Mississippi who committed in their hearts that nobody should go alone – especially a veteran.Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again.” Follow Todd on Twitter @ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

Thaddeus Lee Foshay - Liberty Hill Independent

Monday, December 05, 2016

Thaddeus (Thad) Lee Foshay, 44, lived in Liberty Hill, TX. He was born in Biloxi, MS on August 20, 1972. He passed away Saturday, November 19, 2016 in a motorcycle accident. Thad’s daughter Sidney, who he loved so much, was his first priority. Sidney meant the world to Thad, he was the happiest when he was with herThad spent his younger years in Massachusetts.  As a young teen his family spent three years in Texas before returning to Massachusetts.  During his time he fell in love with the State of Texas, and decided to attend Texas Tech.  He later moved to Austin and has been in the area for the last 20 years. Thad was a brilliant carpenter whose work will live on and be appreciated for many years. Thad also had a love of motorcycles and started riding at a young age.Thad leaves behind his daughter, Sidney Foshay (18) of Leander, Texas; mother, Linda Foshay and step-father, Mark Mercer of Montana; father, Lee Foshay and wife Lois Foshay of Webster, MA; sister, Vanessa Noyes and husband Michael of Charlton, MA; godson, Nathaniel and niece Abigail; stepbrothe...

Coast mourns loss of war hero, former Biloxi Mayor Jerry O'Keefe - The Sun Herald

Monday, September 05, 2016

Democrat who kept up with politics until the end.He died as he most enjoyed living, surrounded by family at his home overlooking the Mississippi Sound in Biloxi. O’Keefe suffered from congestive heart failure.“He’s leaving a big footprint,” his oldest child, Maureen O’Keefe Ward, said. “I think all of us together won’t be able to fill it. We’ll do our best.”Never intimidatedO’Keefe’s father owned livery and funeral businesses, but the family lost their Ocean Springs mansion in the Great Depression and moved to Biloxi.O’Keefe would later build a business empire, but he never looked down on people who had less than he did. And because he was willing to take risks, he didn’t always know how he would manage to pay his bills even when others thought he had plenty of money.He taught his children that people should be treated with dignity regardless of their race, creed or station in life.“He demonstrated that by example over and over and over again,” Joe O’Keefe said. “He was just an absolute rock-solid believer in the common dignity.”Jerry O’Keefe married Annette Saxon before he left for the war. He joined his father’s funeral business after the war, then bought O’Keefe Funeral Home before his father died. In 1957, he bought the Bradford Funeral Home Co., merging the businesses as Bradford-O’Keefe Funeral Home.He and his wife also founded Gulf National Life Insurance Co., which eventually became the state’s largest provider of life and burial insurance policies through 200 affiliated funeral homes.In business dealings, he was impossible to intimidate, said his longtime attorney, Michael Cavanaugh.O’Keefe was no stranger to lawsuits. His pretrial testimony was sought in many a case. On one occasion, Cavanaugh said, O’Keefe was reluctant to testify. He wanted to know what would happen if he failed to show up in response to a summons.Well, Cavanaugh told O’Keefe, he could be hauled before the judge, fined and assessed court costs.“Can they shoot me?” O’Keefe asked. No, Cavanaugh told O’Keefe, they couldn’t shoot him. “I’m not going,” O’Keefe said. Cavanaugh managed to scuttle the testimony without repercussions.Always engagedAlways interested in politics, O’Keefe ran for his first elective office in 1959, beating an incumbent member of the state House of Representatives. He served through 1963.Ten years later, he was elected Biloxi’s mayor, serving eight years. O’Keefe also was a major donor to commun...

Former Biloxi mayor, war hero laid to rest | SunHerald - The Sun Herald

Monday, August 29, 2016

Porter Avenue in Ocean Springs hoping to catch a final glimpse of a Coast community leader.Services on Saturday morning honored the life of former Biloxi Mayor and philanthropist Jerry O’Keefe, who died Tuesday at 93.After the funeral Mass at the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral in Biloxi, the procession headed east on U.S. 90 across the Biloxi Bay Bridge toward the family’s business, Bradford-O’Keefe Funeral Home in Ocean Springs.On Porter Avenue, in front of the funeral home, O’Keefe’s casket was transferred to a horse-drawn hearse that carried the celebrated World War II flying ace to his final resting place at Evergreen Cemetery.Although a thunderstorm momentarily sent people indoors, many returned to see the processional.“We knew Mr. O’Keefe,” Toni Bond of Ocean Springs said, “so we came out here to pay our respects.”Life of serviceBishop Roger P. Morin of the Biloxi Diocese celebrated the Mass attended by hundreds, including Biloxi Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich, Ocean Springs Mayor Connie Moran, former Mississippi Coast Coliseum Director Bill Holmes and former Biloxi Mayor A.J. Holloway.Morin called O’Keefe a “patriot who liv...

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Terri Lee Davies - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

Container { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }Terri Lee Davies, 52, of Spotsylvania County, passed away Thursday, February 23, 2017.Terri was born on July 28, 1964 in Biloxi, Mississippi to Ronald Alan Madison and Rita Marie Madison. She was a graduate of Courtland High School and Germanna Community College. Terri was a loving wife to Michael Davies for 28 years and loving mother to Lauren Davies for 15 years. She was a devoted daughter to her mother, Rita Madison. Terri is also survived by her sister, Stacy Lenox (Toliver) of Spotsylvania and a brother, Glen Madison (Mayte) of New York.She was a homemaker after Lauren was born, with a total commitment to raising and nurturing her child. Terri previously worked at Intuit, Spotsylvania County, and the Stafford County School Board office. She was a member of Faith Baptist Church. Terri loved Jesus, family time, encouraging others, and visiting new places. She cherished being a mother, spending time with her mother, and spending time with her many close friends.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 2 at Faith Baptist Church.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, 4240 Park Place Ct., Glen Allen, VA 23060.Online guestbook at c...

Teens step forward to serve as pallbearers for veteran with no family - Fox News

Monday, January 23, 2017

I told myself I was going to do it and I did it.”They buried Petty Officer Third Class Jerry Pino on a Tuesday. The sun was shining and there was a cool, gulf coast breeze meandering through the Biloxi National Cemetery. An honor guard stood at attention.The boys were smartly dressed in khaki pants and buttoned down shirts and neck ties. They solemnly took their places on either side of the flag-draped coffin and escorted a man they did not know to his final resting place.“I went out there for the service and cried the whole way through,” Miss Cathy said. “He had no one there. This veteran had nobody standing there but these boys.”But what happened at the end of the funeral was incredibly moving and poignant.The flag that had draped Jerry’s coffin was folded and presented to the six young men from Long Beach High School, home of the Bearcats.“It touched my heart,” Miss Cathy said.The Sun Herald newspaper shared a message from the mother of one of the young pallbearers.“Proud mom when he told me that no one should be buried without people who care present, especially a veteran,” Stacie Tripp wrote on Facebook.Evidence that moms and dads are doing something right in Long Beach, that’s what Miss Cathy said.“Our community is teaching these boys from the heart how it should be – how to care,” she said.They are still trying to figure out what to do with the flag that draped Jerry’s coffin. It’s being encased in glass – along with a plaque that bears his name.There’s talk about putting the flag on display at the high school or perhaps inside the locker room where four of the pallbearers play football.It would be a fitting tribute to a man who died alone but who was buried surrounded by his fellow countrymen.And oh what a lesson for the rest of us – demonstrated by a group of young boys from Mississippi who committed in their hearts that nobody should go alone – especially a veteran.Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again.” Follow Todd on Twitter @ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

Thaddeus Lee Foshay - Liberty Hill Independent

Monday, December 05, 2016

Thaddeus (Thad) Lee Foshay, 44, lived in Liberty Hill, TX. He was born in Biloxi, MS on August 20, 1972. He passed away Saturday, November 19, 2016 in a motorcycle accident. Thad’s daughter Sidney, who he loved so much, was his first priority. Sidney meant the world to Thad, he was the happiest when he was with herThad spent his younger years in Massachusetts.  As a young teen his family spent three years in Texas before returning to Massachusetts.  During his time he fell in love with the State of Texas, and decided to attend Texas Tech.  He later moved to Austin and has been in the area for the last 20 years. Thad was a brilliant carpenter whose work will live on and be appreciated for many years. Thad also had a love of motorcycles and started riding at a young age.Thad leaves behind his daughter, Sidney Foshay (18) of Leander, Texas; mother, Linda Foshay and step-father, Mark Mercer of Montana; father, Lee Foshay and wife Lois Foshay of Webster, MA; sister, Vanessa Noyes and husband Michael of Charlton, MA; godson, Nathaniel and niece Abigail; stepbrothe...

Coast mourns loss of war hero, former Biloxi Mayor Jerry O'Keefe - The Sun Herald

Monday, September 05, 2016

Democrat who kept up with politics until the end.He died as he most enjoyed living, surrounded by family at his home overlooking the Mississippi Sound in Biloxi. O’Keefe suffered from congestive heart failure.“He’s leaving a big footprint,” his oldest child, Maureen O’Keefe Ward, said. “I think all of us together won’t be able to fill it. We’ll do our best.”Never intimidatedO’Keefe’s father owned livery and funeral businesses, but the family lost their Ocean Springs mansion in the Great Depression and moved to Biloxi.O’Keefe would later build a business empire, but he never looked down on people who had less than he did. And because he was willing to take risks, he didn’t always know how he would manage to pay his bills even when others thought he had plenty of money.He taught his children that people should be treated with dignity regardless of their race, creed or station in life.“He demonstrated that by example over and over and over again,” Joe O’Keefe said. “He was just an absolute rock-solid believer in the common dignity.”Jerry O’Keefe married Annette Saxon before he left for the war. He joined his father’s funeral business after the war, then bought O’Keefe Funeral Home before his father died. In 1957, he bought the Bradford Funeral Home Co., merging the businesses as Bradford-O’Keefe Funeral Home.He and his wife also founded Gulf National Life Insurance Co., which eventually became the state’s largest provider of life and burial insurance policies through 200 affiliated funeral homes.In business dealings, he was impossible to intimidate, said his longtime attorney, Michael Cavanaugh.O’Keefe was no stranger to lawsuits. His pretrial testimony was sought in many a case. On one occasion, Cavanaugh said, O’Keefe was reluctant to testify. He wanted to know what would happen if he failed to show up in response to a summons.Well, Cavanaugh told O’Keefe, he could be hauled before the judge, fined and assessed court costs.“Can they shoot me?” O’Keefe asked. No, Cavanaugh told O’Keefe, they couldn’t shoot him. “I’m not going,” O’Keefe said. Cavanaugh managed to scuttle the testimony without repercussions.Always engagedAlways interested in politics, O’Keefe ran for his first elective office in 1959, beating an incumbent member of the state House of Representatives. He served through 1963.Ten years later, he was elected Biloxi’s mayor, serving eight years. O’Keefe also was a major donor to commun...

Former Biloxi mayor, war hero laid to rest | SunHerald - The Sun Herald

Monday, August 29, 2016

Porter Avenue in Ocean Springs hoping to catch a final glimpse of a Coast community leader.Services on Saturday morning honored the life of former Biloxi Mayor and philanthropist Jerry O’Keefe, who died Tuesday at 93.After the funeral Mass at the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral in Biloxi, the procession headed east on U.S. 90 across the Biloxi Bay Bridge toward the family’s business, Bradford-O’Keefe Funeral Home in Ocean Springs.On Porter Avenue, in front of the funeral home, O’Keefe’s casket was transferred to a horse-drawn hearse that carried the celebrated World War II flying ace to his final resting place at Evergreen Cemetery.Although a thunderstorm momentarily sent people indoors, many returned to see the processional.“We knew Mr. O’Keefe,” Toni Bond of Ocean Springs said, “so we came out here to pay our respects.”Life of serviceBishop Roger P. Morin of the Biloxi Diocese celebrated the Mass attended by hundreds, including Biloxi Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich, Ocean Springs Mayor Connie Moran, former Mississippi Coast Coliseum Director Bill Holmes and former Biloxi Mayor A.J. Holloway.Morin called O’Keefe a “patriot who liv...