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Colonial Chapel Funeral Home

108 Railroad Drive Southeast
Magee, MS 39111
(601) 849-3441
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Magee Memorial Funeral Home Inc

582 Simpson Highway 149
Magee, MS 39111
(601) 849-4975
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Reeves Funeral Home Inc

303 7th Avenue Southeast
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(601) 797-3921
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Tutor Funeral Home

822 Simpson Highway 149
Magee, MS 39111
(601) 849-9995
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Magee MS Obituaries and Death Notices

Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Impact."Editorials: First, Jackson Free Press; Second, The Meridian Star; Third, Tim Kalich, The Greenwood Commonwealth.Personal Columns: First, Kevin Cooper, The Natchez Democrat; Second, David Magee, The Oxford Eagle; Third, Tim Kalich, The Greenwood CommonwealthHeadlines: First, The Daily Corinthian, "Cost of Freon Makes AC Units a Hot Topic, Eaves Dropping, KHS Asked to Steer Clear of Texas Logo"; Second, Tim Reeves, The Vicksburg Post, "Crest Easy"; Third, Matt Williamson, Mack Spencer and Ernest Herndon, Enterprise-Journal, "Irvin Cooks Rice/Railroad Blvd. Grant Derailed/Sawdust & Splinters Loses Edge."Layout & Design: First, The Daily Comet; Second, The Daily Comet; Third, Bill Graham, Helen Reynolds and Robbie Robertson, The Meridian Star.Photo Breaking News: First, Ben Hillyer, The Natchez Democrat, "Early Morning House Fire"; Second, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Two Men Found Dead in Parish"; Third, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "House Fire."Photo General News: First, Bill Graham, The Meridian Star, " of The "; Second, Ben Hillyer, The Natchez Democrat, "Bye, Bye Balloons"; Third, Abby Tabor, The Daily Comet, "Finding Home."Photo Features: First, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Walk To School"; Second, Abby Tabor, The Daily Comet, "Beauty on the Bayou"; Third, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "Dairy Fest Delights."Multi-Photo: First, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Faces of the Flood: Crosby Victims Return to Houses"; Second, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "Air Show"; Third, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "Outside the Walls."Portrait/Personality: First, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "A March in the Sun"; Second, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "Secret Santa"; Third, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "I Can Beat You."Photo Sports Action: First, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "The MVP"; Second, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Ryan Olenek"; Third, Chuck Barnes, Enterprise-Journal, "Parklane Falls to MRA."Photo Sports Features: First, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Love of the Game"; Second, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Sugar Rush"; Third, Ernest Bowker, The Vicksburg Post, "At the End of the Day."Multimedia Package: First, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "The Home Front: Local View of World War II"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Black Friday Guide"; Third, Kevinisha Walker and Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "Relatives of The Massacre Victim Gather in Memory."Video: First, Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "TARC Bell Choir Plays Houma's Main Library"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Shrimpers See Good Shrimp, Bad Prices in Opening Week of Season"; Third, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Main Stage Lounge Orlando Benefit Night."Winners in Division II newspapers:Breaking News: First, The News-Star, "Region deluged"; Second, Guilbeau Glenn, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU Fires Les Miles"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Grand Jury."General News: First, Emily Fontenot, The American Press, "Trump Country"; Second, Jacob Batte and Maki Somosot, The Courier, "Gun Control"; Third, Zack Orsborn, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Mississippi Buffering."Features: First, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "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:...

Obituary: Victor Caissie, 58, of Waltham - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Dominic, Brianna, Dylan and Amelia, his beloved parents Andrew and Geraldine Caissie of Waltham & Florida, and his dear siblings Ron Caissie of Nottingham, NH, Vincent Caissie of Waltham, Paula Magee of Westminster, and Andrea Guelli of Rockport, and his former wife Janice Cormier Caissie. In addition he is survived by many nieces, nephews and numerous close friends.Relatives & Friends are respectfully invited to attend Funerals Services in celebration of Victor's Life from the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons Memorial, 773 Moody Street, WALTHAM on Saturday morning Feb. 18th at 10:00 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial at Saint Charles Borromeo Church, 51 Hall Street, Waltham at 11:00 a.m. Visiting Hours will be held in the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons on Friday Feb. 17th from 4 - 8 p.m. Parking attendants will be on duty.Expressions of sympathy may be made in his memory to Boston Children's Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA 02115.Photo and obituary courtesy of Brasco & Son Funeral Home...

Chester Perkins

Monday, September 05, 2016

Patricia G. Perkins of Scott, LA; children, Chad Perkins and his wife, Rebecca of Elk Grove, CA, Cynthia Ardoin and her husband, Josh of Jennings, LA; grandchildren, Autumn and Summer Little of Magee, MS, Breanna and Haley Perkins of Elk Grove, CA and Gideon Ardoin of Jennings, LA and three sisters, Andra Hare of Kountze, TX, Lucille Robinson of Rayne, LA and Dorothy Bailey (Wayne) of DeRidder, LA.Mr. Perkins was preceded in death by his parents, Chester Allen Perkins and Ora Lee Johnson Perkins; father-in-law, Archie L. Greenman and two sisters, Troy Perkins and Jean Silva.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences to Mr. Perkins’ family online at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC, Crowley, (337)783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Aug. 22, 2016 - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Monday, August 22, 2016

A: The Courier did not receive obituaries to print for the couple. Their funeral was Aug. 15 at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in Vinton.Q: What has happened to Dennis Magee?A: He no longer works at The Courier.Q: What is the phone number to reach the Republican party?A: Call the party in Iowa at (515) 282-8105, or call the national headquarters at (202) 863-8500.Q: Why do you print all the lyrics to a song and take up all the space in Call the Courier? Couldn’t they just go on the Internet to find that?A: Plenty of people don’t have computers or devices, and we try to answer as many readers’ questions as we can.Q: If Bruce Jenner entered the Olympics today would he be in the men’s or women’s division?A: It’s not clear. For one thing, Caitlyn Jenner has not discussed whether she has had or plans to have reassignment surgery — as she told Sports Illustrated in July, “It’s nobody’s business whether I want to do that to my body.” And as SI further pointed out, “Her old Olympic world struggles with gender definitions.” Debate is raging in track and field now about hyperandrogenic athletes—those with naturally higher levels of testosterone than international track and field customarily allows.

The WWII fighter who fell to Earth — and lived - San Angelo Standard Times

Monday, August 22, 2016

Posted: Aug. 18, 2016 0 Driving through Grape Creek this week I stopped to find a San Angelo hero.Alan Eugene Magee died in San Angelo on Dec. 20, 2003, from stroke and kidney failure at age 84.His final resting place is in Pioneer Memorial Park by Shaffer Funeral Home in of Grape Creek, several miles north of San Angelo.You may remember that Staff Sgt. Alan Magee somehow survived after falling 4 miles from a plane without a parachute.It sounds too unbelievable to be true.I first heard about it in 2009, when I wrote about it in our newspaper.When I read some more about his tale, I decided to share the story again.Born Jan. 13, 1919, in Plainfield, N.J., the youngest of six children, Magee joined the Army Air Corps immediately after the Pearl Harbor attack. He was assigned as a ball turret gunner on a B-17 bomber nicknamed "Snap, Crackle, Pop."At 24, Sgt. Magee was one of the oldest of the 10-man crew that flew out of Molesworth, England, on the bomber. His pilot was only 19.Magee's seventh mission was a daylight bombing run on St. Nazaire, France, called "Flak City" because of the many anti-ai...

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Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Impact."Editorials: First, Jackson Free Press; Second, The Meridian Star; Third, Tim Kalich, The Greenwood Commonwealth.Personal Columns: First, Kevin Cooper, The Natchez Democrat; Second, David Magee, The Oxford Eagle; Third, Tim Kalich, The Greenwood CommonwealthHeadlines: First, The Daily Corinthian, "Cost of Freon Makes AC Units a Hot Topic, Eaves Dropping, KHS Asked to Steer Clear of Texas Logo"; Second, Tim Reeves, The Vicksburg Post, "Crest Easy"; Third, Matt Williamson, Mack Spencer and Ernest Herndon, Enterprise-Journal, "Irvin Cooks Rice/Railroad Blvd. Grant Derailed/Sawdust & Splinters Loses Edge."Layout & Design: First, The Daily Comet; Second, The Daily Comet; Third, Bill Graham, Helen Reynolds and Robbie Robertson, The Meridian Star.Photo Breaking News: First, Ben Hillyer, The Natchez Democrat, "Early Morning House Fire"; Second, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Two Men Found Dead in Parish"; Third, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "House Fire."Photo General News: First, Bill Graham, The Meridian Star, " of The "; Second, Ben Hillyer, The Natchez Democrat, "Bye, Bye Balloons"; Third, Abby Tabor, The Daily Comet, "Finding Home."Photo Features: First, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Walk To School"; Second, Abby Tabor, The Daily Comet, "Beauty on the Bayou"; Third, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "Dairy Fest Delights."Multi-Photo: First, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Faces of the Flood: Crosby Victims Return to Houses"; Second, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "Air Show"; Third, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "Outside the Walls."Portrait/Personality: First, Matt Williamson, Enterprise-Journal, "A March in the Sun"; Second, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "Secret Santa"; Third, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "I Can Beat You."Photo Sports Action: First, Courtland Wells, The Vicksburg Post, "The MVP"; Second, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Ryan Olenek"; Third, Chuck Barnes, Enterprise-Journal, "Parklane Falls to MRA."Photo Sports Features: First, Nicole Hester, The Natchez Democrat, "Love of the Game"; Second, Bruce Newman, The Oxford Eagle, "Sugar Rush"; Third, Ernest Bowker, The Vicksburg Post, "At the End of the Day."Multimedia Package: First, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "The Home Front: Local View of World War II"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Black Friday Guide"; Third, Kevinisha Walker and Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "Relatives of The Massacre Victim Gather in Memory."Video: First, Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "TARC Bell Choir Plays Houma's Main Library"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Shrimpers See Good Shrimp, Bad Prices in Opening Week of Season"; Third, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Main Stage Lounge Orlando Benefit Night."Winners in Division II newspapers:Breaking News: First, The News-Star, "Region deluged"; Second, Guilbeau Glenn, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU Fires Les Miles"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Grand Jury."General News: First, Emily Fontenot, The American Press, "Trump Country"; Second, Jacob Batte and Maki Somosot, The Courier, "Gun Control"; Third, Zack Orsborn, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Mississippi Buffering."Features: First, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "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:...

Obituary: Victor Caissie, 58, of Waltham - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Dominic, Brianna, Dylan and Amelia, his beloved parents Andrew and Geraldine Caissie of Waltham & Florida, and his dear siblings Ron Caissie of Nottingham, NH, Vincent Caissie of Waltham, Paula Magee of Westminster, and Andrea Guelli of Rockport, and his former wife Janice Cormier Caissie. In addition he is survived by many nieces, nephews and numerous close friends.Relatives & Friends are respectfully invited to attend Funerals Services in celebration of Victor's Life from the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons Memorial, 773 Moody Street, WALTHAM on Saturday morning Feb. 18th at 10:00 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial at Saint Charles Borromeo Church, 51 Hall Street, Waltham at 11:00 a.m. Visiting Hours will be held in the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons on Friday Feb. 17th from 4 - 8 p.m. Parking attendants will be on duty.Expressions of sympathy may be made in his memory to Boston Children's Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA 02115.Photo and obituary courtesy of Brasco & Son Funeral Home...

Chester Perkins

Monday, September 05, 2016

Patricia G. Perkins of Scott, LA; children, Chad Perkins and his wife, Rebecca of Elk Grove, CA, Cynthia Ardoin and her husband, Josh of Jennings, LA; grandchildren, Autumn and Summer Little of Magee, MS, Breanna and Haley Perkins of Elk Grove, CA and Gideon Ardoin of Jennings, LA and three sisters, Andra Hare of Kountze, TX, Lucille Robinson of Rayne, LA and Dorothy Bailey (Wayne) of DeRidder, LA.Mr. Perkins was preceded in death by his parents, Chester Allen Perkins and Ora Lee Johnson Perkins; father-in-law, Archie L. Greenman and two sisters, Troy Perkins and Jean Silva.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences to Mr. Perkins’ family online at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC, Crowley, (337)783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Aug. 22, 2016 - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Monday, August 22, 2016

A: The Courier did not receive obituaries to print for the couple. Their funeral was Aug. 15 at Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in Vinton.Q: What has happened to Dennis Magee?A: He no longer works at The Courier.Q: What is the phone number to reach the Republican party?A: Call the party in Iowa at (515) 282-8105, or call the national headquarters at (202) 863-8500.Q: Why do you print all the lyrics to a song and take up all the space in Call the Courier? Couldn’t they just go on the Internet to find that?A: Plenty of people don’t have computers or devices, and we try to answer as many readers’ questions as we can.Q: If Bruce Jenner entered the Olympics today would he be in the men’s or women’s division?A: It’s not clear. For one thing, Caitlyn Jenner has not discussed whether she has had or plans to have reassignment surgery — as she told Sports Illustrated in July, “It’s nobody’s business whether I want to do that to my body.” And as SI further pointed out, “Her old Olympic world struggles with gender definitions.” Debate is raging in track and field now about hyperandrogenic athletes—those with naturally higher levels of testosterone than international track and field customarily allows.

The WWII fighter who fell to Earth — and lived - San Angelo Standard Times

Monday, August 22, 2016

Posted: Aug. 18, 2016 0 Driving through Grape Creek this week I stopped to find a San Angelo hero.Alan Eugene Magee died in San Angelo on Dec. 20, 2003, from stroke and kidney failure at age 84.His final resting place is in Pioneer Memorial Park by Shaffer Funeral Home in of Grape Creek, several miles north of San Angelo.You may remember that Staff Sgt. Alan Magee somehow survived after falling 4 miles from a plane without a parachute.It sounds too unbelievable to be true.I first heard about it in 2009, when I wrote about it in our newspaper.When I read some more about his tale, I decided to share the story again.Born Jan. 13, 1919, in Plainfield, N.J., the youngest of six children, Magee joined the Army Air Corps immediately after the Pearl Harbor attack. He was assigned as a ball turret gunner on a B-17 bomber nicknamed "Snap, Crackle, Pop."At 24, Sgt. Magee was one of the oldest of the 10-man crew that flew out of Molesworth, England, on the bomber. His pilot was only 19.Magee's seventh mission was a daylight bombing run on St. Nazaire, France, called "Flak City" because of the many anti-ai...