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A and A Memorial Chapel

5752 U S Highway 49
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 544-0432
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Elegant Occasions

613 John Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 582-9792
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Hall Fairley Mortuary

710 Hall Avenue
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 584-6815
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Home Security Life Insurance CO

805 Hardy Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 544-2141
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Hulett-Winstead Funeral Home

205 Bay Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 582-1571
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Moore Funeral Insurance

815 Hardy Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 544-2141
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Owens and Sons Limousine

201 Hattiesburg Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 582-9733
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Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Second Chances"; Second, Kevinisha Walker, The Courier, "A Last Run"; Third, Kristin Askelson, The Daily Advertiser, "It's Hard to Beat Cajuns Baseball Fans."Business: First, Haskel Burns, The Hattiesburg American, "Working to Buck Financial Trends"; Second, Dennis Seid, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Hancock Closing"; Third, Derek Russell, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Pure Imagination."Continuing Coverage: First, Crystal Stevenson, The American Press, "Trial of Ex-Priest"; Second, The Daily Advertiser, "Acadiana Flooding"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Shooting Coverage."Investigative/Public Service: First, Michaela Morris and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Opioid Series"; Second, Maki Somosot and Bridget Mire, The Courier, "Stuck in Jail"; Third, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Red Cross Fails Flooding Victims."Breaking Sports: First, Glenn Guilbeau, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU to Host Gators, then Play Second Straight at Florida"; Second, Jason Munz, The Hattiesburg American, "Monken Moving On"; Third, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "Tech Names NSU's Brooke Stoehr as New Women's Hoops Coach."Sports Enterprise/Feature: First, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "The Fobbs Playbook: A Guide to Revival"; Second, The Hattiesburg American, "100 Years of Southern Miss Football"; Third, Kelly McElroy, The Courier, "Local man in running to grace front of national magazine."Editorials: First, Erin Kosnac, The Hattiesburg American; Sec...

Bettye Sue Burch - Times Record News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Christopher Steven Burch of Wichita Falls; fifteen grandchildren; thirty one great-grandchildren; and sisters Willa Sanford and husband Joe of Moselle, Mississippi and Joyce Coffey and husband Don of Hattiesburg Mississippi.The family suggests that memorials be made in Bettye’s name to Unity Baptist Church, 1401 Harris Ln, Wichita Falls, TX 76306The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 p.m. Monday, December 19, 2016 at Owens and Brumley in Wichita Falls.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.owensandbrumley.comWichita Falls (Photo: Owens & Brumley)Read or Share this story: http://wtrne.ws/2i1caWC...

Flowers: Still voting this year, but not for president - Online Athens

Monday, September 19, 2016

My Catholic guilt is engaged as I think about people who marched through the streets of Cairo and Tehran and Baghdad, courageously saying, “We are here.” And I think of my father in Hattiesburg, telling those little white children with the dirty mouths, “I am here.”So, I’m voting this year.Not for him, and not for her. Both are so soiled and damaged as candidates that billions of “Hail Marys” would not wipe the stain from my soul if I supported either one.But I am voting, for an as-yet undetermined person whose name will be written in that space left open for me by my father, and those who went before.And, my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended thee by even considering staying home.Christine M. Flowers is a lawyer and columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. Send email to cflowers1961@gmail.com.

Geneva Shock

Monday, August 01, 2016

College.She was married in the home of Rev. J. Bryson in Columbia, Mo. on November 27, 1942 to Private Edward M. Shock, who preceded her in death on May 30, 2011. In February 1943, she moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi to be closer to her husband while stationed at Camp Shelby, and she returned to central Missouri after his deployment overseas during World War II.Geneva was employed at Charles E. Still Hospital for 15 years until her retirement on May 4, 1984. Previously, she had worked in bookkeeping with Missouri Utilities of Eldon and Wright-Price Bookkeeping and Tax Company. Geneva possessed a strong work ethic from an early age and was proud to start her professional career as a bookkeeper and retired as comptroller of Charles E. Still Hospital.She was a member of a non-denominational Christian Church in Jefferson City and was a member of the United Commercial Travelers, a fraternal organization working with the Sheltered Workshop and various cancer organizations.Geneva was an amazing cook and loved cooking for family gatherings when she was able. She was a talented seamstress and quilter and enjoyed studying her family genealogy. Survivors include: four daughters, Edwena Shock of California, Mo., Vivian Whitney of Jefferson City, Mo., Patty Crane (husband Tiry) of Columbia, Mo. and Linda Matteson (husband Joseph) of Columbia, Mo.; three grandchildren, Brad O’Neal (wife Susan) of Marshall, Mo., Stephanie Beck (husband Brian) of San Diego, California and Cory Whitney (wife Laura) of Lenexa, Kansas; five step grandchildren, Tiry Crane II (wife Dana) of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Lacy Crane of Udall, Kansas, Christy McDow (husband Mark) of Ashland, Mo., Cindy Falco (husband Joseph) of...

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Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Second Chances"; Second, Kevinisha Walker, The Courier, "A Last Run"; Third, Kristin Askelson, The Daily Advertiser, "It's Hard to Beat Cajuns Baseball Fans."Business: First, Haskel Burns, The Hattiesburg American, "Working to Buck Financial Trends"; Second, Dennis Seid, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Hancock Closing"; Third, Derek Russell, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Pure Imagination."Continuing Coverage: First, Crystal Stevenson, The American Press, "Trial of Ex-Priest"; Second, The Daily Advertiser, "Acadiana Flooding"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Shooting Coverage."Investigative/Public Service: First, Michaela Morris and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Opioid Series"; Second, Maki Somosot and Bridget Mire, The Courier, "Stuck in Jail"; Third, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Red Cross Fails Flooding Victims."Breaking Sports: First, Glenn Guilbeau, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU to Host Gators, then Play Second Straight at Florida"; Second, Jason Munz, The Hattiesburg American, "Monken Moving On"; Third, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "Tech Names NSU's Brooke Stoehr as New Women's Hoops Coach."Sports Enterprise/Feature: First, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "The Fobbs Playbook: A Guide to Revival"; Second, The Hattiesburg American, "100 Years of Southern Miss Football"; Third, Kelly McElroy, The Courier, "Local man in running to grace front of national magazine."Editorials: First, Erin Kosnac, The Hattiesburg American; Sec...

Bettye Sue Burch - Times Record News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Christopher Steven Burch of Wichita Falls; fifteen grandchildren; thirty one great-grandchildren; and sisters Willa Sanford and husband Joe of Moselle, Mississippi and Joyce Coffey and husband Don of Hattiesburg Mississippi.The family suggests that memorials be made in Bettye’s name to Unity Baptist Church, 1401 Harris Ln, Wichita Falls, TX 76306The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 p.m. Monday, December 19, 2016 at Owens and Brumley in Wichita Falls.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.owensandbrumley.comWichita Falls (Photo: Owens & Brumley)Read or Share this story: http://wtrne.ws/2i1caWC...

Flowers: Still voting this year, but not for president - Online Athens

Monday, September 19, 2016

My Catholic guilt is engaged as I think about people who marched through the streets of Cairo and Tehran and Baghdad, courageously saying, “We are here.” And I think of my father in Hattiesburg, telling those little white children with the dirty mouths, “I am here.”So, I’m voting this year.Not for him, and not for her. Both are so soiled and damaged as candidates that billions of “Hail Marys” would not wipe the stain from my soul if I supported either one.But I am voting, for an as-yet undetermined person whose name will be written in that space left open for me by my father, and those who went before.And, my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended thee by even considering staying home.Christine M. Flowers is a lawyer and columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. Send email to cflowers1961@gmail.com.

Geneva Shock

Monday, August 01, 2016

College.She was married in the home of Rev. J. Bryson in Columbia, Mo. on November 27, 1942 to Private Edward M. Shock, who preceded her in death on May 30, 2011. In February 1943, she moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi to be closer to her husband while stationed at Camp Shelby, and she returned to central Missouri after his deployment overseas during World War II.Geneva was employed at Charles E. Still Hospital for 15 years until her retirement on May 4, 1984. Previously, she had worked in bookkeeping with Missouri Utilities of Eldon and Wright-Price Bookkeeping and Tax Company. Geneva possessed a strong work ethic from an early age and was proud to start her professional career as a bookkeeper and retired as comptroller of Charles E. Still Hospital.She was a member of a non-denominational Christian Church in Jefferson City and was a member of the United Commercial Travelers, a fraternal organization working with the Sheltered Workshop and various cancer organizations.Geneva was an amazing cook and loved cooking for family gatherings when she was able. She was a talented seamstress and quilter and enjoyed studying her family genealogy. Survivors include: four daughters, Edwena Shock of California, Mo., Vivian Whitney of Jefferson City, Mo., Patty Crane (husband Tiry) of Columbia, Mo. and Linda Matteson (husband Joseph) of Columbia, Mo.; three grandchildren, Brad O’Neal (wife Susan) of Marshall, Mo., Stephanie Beck (husband Brian) of San Diego, California and Cory Whitney (wife Laura) of Lenexa, Kansas; five step grandchildren, Tiry Crane II (wife Dana) of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Lacy Crane of Udall, Kansas, Christy McDow (husband Mark) of Ashland, Mo., Cindy Falco (husband Joseph) of...