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White Funeral Homes Inc

102 North First Street
Lumberton, MS 39455
(601) 796-2781
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Ginger George - Silsbee Bee

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 04/12/2017 - 6:40amVirginia Kay “Ginger” George, 71, of Lumberton, passed away 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: ...

Today's Funerals - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, January 30, 2017

Memorial Park. Purcell Funeral Home.McKoy, Edgar, 97, of Elizabethtown, 11 a.m., Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Johnson's Funeral Service.Robinson, Amos, 84, of Lumberton, 1:30 p.m., Floyd's Temple No. 1 Holiness Church. Burial: Garden of Faith Cemetery. McKoy& Sons Mortuary.Wilson, Nola, 83, of Hope Mills, 11 a.m., Colvin Funeral Home chapel. Strickland, Shirley, 82, formerly of Clinton,  1 p.m., Butler & Son Funeral Home, Roseboro. Burial: Bearskin Baptist Church cemetery. Ball, James, of Fayetteville, 2 p.m., Aaron Lake Baptist Church. Memoriams Funeral Home.

Beverly Rayburn - Silsbee Bee

Monday, January 16, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 01/11/2017 - 7:05amBeverly Doris Rayburn, 84, of Lumberton, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Her graveside service was held Friday, January 6, 2017 at Wilmer Memorial Cemetery in Lecompte, Louisiana under the direction of Broussard’s Mortuary in Silsbee. Survivors include her husband, Joe Rayburn; children, Debbie Vashaw and husband Clifford of Silsbee, Cathy Bellows and husband Tom of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, Steve Rayburn and wife Jackie of Beach City, Texas, Bruce Rayburn and wife Cathy of Chesterfield, Virginia and Craig Rayburn and wife Denise Ormand of Lake Charles, Louisiana; and 14 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren.Rate this article: ...

Sylina Mitchell - Chronicle Independent

Monday, December 26, 2016

ELGIN – A gathering to celebrate the life of Sylina Johnson Mitchell, 42, was held Thursday from 6-7 p.m. at Powers Funeral Home.Ms. Mitchell died December 18, 2016. Born in Lumberton, N.C., she was a daughter of Dennis James Johnson and Francine Boone Munn. Ms. Mitchell was the owner of Charlie Kirkland Peanuts. She enjoyed reading, doing puzzles and spending time with her children and grandchildren.Surviving are her parents, Francine Munn, Dennis Johnson; step-mother, Cynthia Johnson; children, Dystany D. Mitchell of Lugoff, Joseph Mitchell of Lugoff, grandchildren, Jaiden, Kolton, Kodence, and Karrianna; brother, D.J. Johnson; and a sister, Deanna Johnson.  Sign the online register at www.powersfuneralhome.net.

John Crider - Silsbee Bee

Monday, October 24, 2016

Arthur, Debra Bowman of Buna, Cathy Highmiller of Springfield, OH, and Billie Ward and husband, Don of Waco; 11 grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.The family received friends at Lumberton Family Funeral Home Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The funeral service was at for 2:00 p.m. Friday,September 30, 2016 at Lumberton Family Funeral Home, officiated by Pastor Shannon Kilpatrick. Interment followed at Old Hardin Cemetery in Kountze. Serving as pallbearers were Mike Martin, Terry Coleman, Randy Harris, Keith Tatom, Charles Berwick and Jaime Alvizo.

North Carolina deals with deadly floods after Hurricane Matthew sweeps through - 10News

Monday, October 10, 2016

Nearly 15 inches in Fayetteville and 8 inches in Raleigh. McCrory warned that cities along rivers in eastern North Carolina needed to be prepared for days of flooding. The Lumber River in Lumberton was 4 feet above its record level Sunday afternoon and was forecast to remain there for at least five days.Shortly before daybreak, the hurricane was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone. As of 2 p.m. EDT, the storm was centered about 150 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, moving out to sea. It still had hurricane-force winds of 75 mph.Elsewhere along the Atlantic coast, things were slowly returning to normal. Much of Savannah, which had 17 inches of rain, was still without electricity. About 150 people stood in line for a grocery store to open like it was a Black Friday sale.Debbie Berta said she waited more than an hour to get propane gas for her grill. She also wanted "bread, potatoes, eggs — and a piece of sanity."Matthew killed more than 500 people in Haiti last week, plowing into the desperately poor country at 145 mph. The fearsome storm then sideswiped hundreds of miles of the U.S. coastline from Florida through Georgia and the Carolinas, its eye staying far enough offshore that the damage in many places along the coast was relatively modest, consisting mostly of flooded streets, flattened trees and blown-down signs and awnings. A shift of just 20 or 30 miles could have meant widespread devastation nearer the ocean.An estimated 2 million people in the Southeast were ordered to evacuate their homes as Matthew closed in.In addition to the eight deaths in North Carolina, there were four in Florida, three in Georgia and two in South Carolina. Some were killed by falling trees, others by carbon monoxide fumes from a generator. One 66-year-old man near Columbia, South Carolina, died at a nursing facility when he got pinned under his electric wheelchair in water after the heavy rains.Property data firm CoreLogic projected that insured losses on home and commercial properties would amount to $4 billion to $6 billion, well below Hurricane Katrina's $40 billion and Superstorm Sandy's $20 billion.

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Ginger George - Silsbee Bee

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 04/12/2017 - 6:40amVirginia Kay “Ginger” George, 71, of Lumberton, passed away 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: ...

Today's Funerals - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, January 30, 2017

Memorial Park. Purcell Funeral Home.McKoy, Edgar, 97, of Elizabethtown, 11 a.m., Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Johnson's Funeral Service.Robinson, Amos, 84, of Lumberton, 1:30 p.m., Floyd's Temple No. 1 Holiness Church. Burial: Garden of Faith Cemetery. McKoy& Sons Mortuary.Wilson, Nola, 83, of Hope Mills, 11 a.m., Colvin Funeral Home chapel. Strickland, Shirley, 82, formerly of Clinton,  1 p.m., Butler & Son Funeral Home, Roseboro. Burial: Bearskin Baptist Church cemetery. Ball, James, of Fayetteville, 2 p.m., Aaron Lake Baptist Church. Memoriams Funeral Home.

Beverly Rayburn - Silsbee Bee

Monday, January 16, 2017

Submitted by News Staff on Wed, 01/11/2017 - 7:05amBeverly Doris Rayburn, 84, of Lumberton, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Her graveside service was held Friday, January 6, 2017 at Wilmer Memorial Cemetery in Lecompte, Louisiana under the direction of Broussard’s Mortuary in Silsbee. Survivors include her husband, Joe Rayburn; children, Debbie Vashaw and husband Clifford of Silsbee, Cathy Bellows and husband Tom of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, Steve Rayburn and wife Jackie of Beach City, Texas, Bruce Rayburn and wife Cathy of Chesterfield, Virginia and Craig Rayburn and wife Denise Ormand of Lake Charles, Louisiana; and 14 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren.Rate this article: ...

Sylina Mitchell - Chronicle Independent

Monday, December 26, 2016

ELGIN – A gathering to celebrate the life of Sylina Johnson Mitchell, 42, was held Thursday from 6-7 p.m. at Powers Funeral Home.Ms. Mitchell died December 18, 2016. Born in Lumberton, N.C., she was a daughter of Dennis James Johnson and Francine Boone Munn. Ms. Mitchell was the owner of Charlie Kirkland Peanuts. She enjoyed reading, doing puzzles and spending time with her children and grandchildren.Surviving are her parents, Francine Munn, Dennis Johnson; step-mother, Cynthia Johnson; children, Dystany D. Mitchell of Lugoff, Joseph Mitchell of Lugoff, grandchildren, Jaiden, Kolton, Kodence, and Karrianna; brother, D.J. Johnson; and a sister, Deanna Johnson.  Sign the online register at www.powersfuneralhome.net.

John Crider - Silsbee Bee

Monday, October 24, 2016

Arthur, Debra Bowman of Buna, Cathy Highmiller of Springfield, OH, and Billie Ward and husband, Don of Waco; 11 grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.The family received friends at Lumberton Family Funeral Home Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The funeral service was at for 2:00 p.m. Friday,September 30, 2016 at Lumberton Family Funeral Home, officiated by Pastor Shannon Kilpatrick. Interment followed at Old Hardin Cemetery in Kountze. Serving as pallbearers were Mike Martin, Terry Coleman, Randy Harris, Keith Tatom, Charles Berwick and Jaime Alvizo.

North Carolina deals with deadly floods after Hurricane Matthew sweeps through - 10News

Monday, October 10, 2016

Nearly 15 inches in Fayetteville and 8 inches in Raleigh. McCrory warned that cities along rivers in eastern North Carolina needed to be prepared for days of flooding. The Lumber River in Lumberton was 4 feet above its record level Sunday afternoon and was forecast to remain there for at least five days.Shortly before daybreak, the hurricane was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone. As of 2 p.m. EDT, the storm was centered about 150 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, moving out to sea. It still had hurricane-force winds of 75 mph.Elsewhere along the Atlantic coast, things were slowly returning to normal. Much of Savannah, which had 17 inches of rain, was still without electricity. About 150 people stood in line for a grocery store to open like it was a Black Friday sale.Debbie Berta said she waited more than an hour to get propane gas for her grill. She also wanted "bread, potatoes, eggs — and a piece of sanity."Matthew killed more than 500 people in Haiti last week, plowing into the desperately poor country at 145 mph. The fearsome storm then sideswiped hundreds of miles of the U.S. coastline from Florida through Georgia and the Carolinas, its eye staying far enough offshore that the damage in many places along the coast was relatively modest, consisting mostly of flooded streets, flattened trees and blown-down signs and awnings. A shift of just 20 or 30 miles could have meant widespread devastation nearer the ocean.An estimated 2 million people in the Southeast were ordered to evacuate their homes as Matthew closed in.In addition to the eight deaths in North Carolina, there were four in Florida, three in Georgia and two in South Carolina. Some were killed by falling trees, others by carbon monoxide fumes from a generator. One 66-year-old man near Columbia, South Carolina, died at a nursing facility when he got pinned under his electric wheelchair in water after the heavy rains.Property data firm CoreLogic projected that insured losses on home and commercial properties would amount to $4 billion to $6 billion, well below Hurricane Katrina's $40 billion and Superstorm Sandy's $20 billion.