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Booth Memorial Funeral Home

1327 Lee Street
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 649-1900
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Brown Mortuary Inc

902 Susie B Ruffin Avenue
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 426-3244
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Campbell Ralph L Funeral Director

3100 Audubon Drive
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 428-5235
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Chapel of Angels Funeral Home

823 Drive Martin Luther Kin
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 428-2011
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Colonial Chapel Funeral Home

4113 Highway 15 North
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 649-3342
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Jones and Son Funeral Home

Highway 98 West
Laurel, MS
(601) 268-2241
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Lake Park Cemetery

2806 Emmy Drive
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 428-0395
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Malone Funeral Home and Florist

734 Ellisville Boulevard
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 428-0212
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Memorial Gardens of Laurel Cemetery

2151 Highway 184 East
Laurel, MS 39443
(601) 425-4274
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Nora Davis Memorial Cemetery

Eastview Drive
Laurel, MS 39443
(601) 425-3267
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Robinson Friendly Funeral Home Inc II

321 North Pine Street
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 426-2229
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Sunset Gardens Cemetery

1206 Wansley Road
Laurel, MS 39440
(601) 425-3633
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Laurel MS Obituaries and Death Notices

Muff - Lincoln Journal Star

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Paul was a devoted & loving husband, father & grandfather. He was a practical joker & a great story teller.Paul is survived by his wife; Laurel, sons; Paul (Melissa McCoy) Muff, Will (Stacey) Muff, Scott (Kristin) Muff, Charles B. (Shandi) Muff, grandchildren; Jacob, Tate, Scott, Jr., Paul A., siblings; Ben Muff of Gardner, Iowa, Berniece Murray of Crete, Bill (Judy) Muff of Lakewood, Colo., Ron (Kathy) Muff of Nora Springs, Iowa, Ken (Vicky) Muff of Martell, Loretta (Artie) Kubicek of Crete, Donna (Dwaine) Novak of Crete. He is preceded in death by his parents; William & Margaret Muff, sister; Florence McKay, brother; Gene Muff.A celebration of Paul's life will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 21, at First Plymouth Church, 2000 D Street, Lincoln. Memorials may be given to CHI St. Elizabeth Hospice, or to the family for future designation. Arrangements: Colonial Chapel Funeral Home; lincolnccfh.com...

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

René Moreno, North Texas’ leading and most lauded theater director, died March 28 at age 57 from complications after surgery. A Facebook post from longtime friend and colleague Laurel Hoitsma says, "Moreno had surgery last Monday [March 20] and all went well. He moved to rehab over the weekend and had heart trouble, then kidney and liver failure." Director of close to 100 plays (maybe more, as Moreno often said he didn’t keep count) in Dallas-Fort Worth theaters, plus regional productions at Oklahoma City Repertory and elsewhere, Moreno was described by actors who worked with him as “exacting,” “demanding,” and “tough.” And they loved him for being all those things. Born and raised in East Dallas, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and of SMU’s drama department, Moreno started his theater career as an actor. An accident in 1991 put him in a wheelchair and he said in an interview in 2012 that he spent a year in “deep grief” over the injury. A call from his fellow SMU grads at Kitchen Dog Theater offered him his first directing job and a new career path was forged. (He then returned to SMU for an MFA in directing.

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Muff - Lincoln Journal Star

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Paul was a devoted & loving husband, father & grandfather. He was a practical joker & a great story teller.Paul is survived by his wife; Laurel, sons; Paul (Melissa McCoy) Muff, Will (Stacey) Muff, Scott (Kristin) Muff, Charles B. (Shandi) Muff, grandchildren; Jacob, Tate, Scott, Jr., Paul A., siblings; Ben Muff of Gardner, Iowa, Berniece Murray of Crete, Bill (Judy) Muff of Lakewood, Colo., Ron (Kathy) Muff of Nora Springs, Iowa, Ken (Vicky) Muff of Martell, Loretta (Artie) Kubicek of Crete, Donna (Dwaine) Novak of Crete. He is preceded in death by his parents; William & Margaret Muff, sister; Florence McKay, brother; Gene Muff.A celebration of Paul's life will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 21, at First Plymouth Church, 2000 D Street, Lincoln. Memorials may be given to CHI St. Elizabeth Hospice, or to the family for future designation. Arrangements: Colonial Chapel Funeral Home; lincolnccfh.com...

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

René Moreno, North Texas’ leading and most lauded theater director, died March 28 at age 57 from complications after surgery. A Facebook post from longtime friend and colleague Laurel Hoitsma says, "Moreno had surgery last Monday [March 20] and all went well. He moved to rehab over the weekend and had heart trouble, then kidney and liver failure." Director of close to 100 plays (maybe more, as Moreno often said he didn’t keep count) in Dallas-Fort Worth theaters, plus regional productions at Oklahoma City Repertory and elsewhere, Moreno was described by actors who worked with him as “exacting,” “demanding,” and “tough.” And they loved him for being all those things. Born and raised in East Dallas, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and of SMU’s drama department, Moreno started his theater career as an actor. An accident in 1991 put him in a wheelchair and he said in an interview in 2012 that he spent a year in “deep grief” over the injury. A call from his fellow SMU grads at Kitchen Dog Theater offered him his first directing job and a new career path was forged. (He then returned to SMU for an MFA in directing.