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Hulett Winstead Funeral Home

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Purvis, MS 39475
(601) 794-6281
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Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bernard and Bessie Reed Jackson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his daughter, Paula Jackson Dodd in 2016; his grandson, Bryce Dodd in 2016; a sister, Sarah Jackson Purvis; and a brother, Johnny Jackson.Hubert was a veteran, serving in the U.S. Army. He was retired from Shaw Industries.He leaves behind his wife of 63 years, Hazel Silvers Jackson; his son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Sharon Jackson of Abingdon, Va.; brothers, Loyd Jackson, Hoyt Jackson, and Hilburn Jackson; grandchildren, Eric (Catherine) Jackson of Chesapeake, Va, Grant Dodd, Alex Dodd, and Suzanne House Roberts; great-grandchildren, Thomas Jackson, Charlotte Jackson, and Aria Dodd; and a special friend, Jennifer Bailey.Services to honor the life of Mr. Hubert Edward Jackson were held Saturday, March 18 at 3 p.m. from the chapel of Max Brannon and Sons Funeral Home, with Rev. Ricky Silvers and Rev. Eddie Brannon officiating. Interment followed in Fain Cemetery. Pallbearers serving included Henry Cox, Roger Davis, Brian Young, Jeffrey Silvers, Jim Martin and Michael Quarles.The Jackson family received friends at the funeral home on Friday, March 17 from 5 until 9 p.m.Condolences may be left at www.maxbrannonandsons.com. Funeral arrangements for Mr. Hubert Edward Jackson are under the care and direction of Max Brannon and Sons F...

City students honour veterans - St. Albert Gazette

Monday, November 14, 2016

No stones aloneSome 360 W.D. Cuts students came to the St. Albert Cemetery Monday to take part in the sixth annual No Stone Left Alone ceremony, for example. Started by Edmontonian Maureen Bianchini-Purvis, the event has students lay poppies on the graves of war veterans to recognize their sacrifice in the lead-up to Remembrance Day.About 20 Grade 5 students from Bertha Kennedy performed a similar rite Monday at the Catholic parish cemetery on Mission Hill.After hearing speeches from active and retired soldiers, the Cuts students filed past the roughly 70 graves in the cemetery’s Field of Honour and placed poppies on each, dappling the dark stones with crimson droplets.This was the second year that Cuts students had done their Remembrance Day ceremony in this matter, said Andrew Wiens, who teaches the school’s military history course.“There’s something a little more personal about it when you know the people who actually sacrificed themselves are less than 100 feet away from you.”This year, Wiens had his 15 students research the lives of the veterans buried in the cemetery to create posters others could read during the ceremony.Grade 8 student Colby Yacey stood guard by the grave of Maj. Wallace Oaken Klatt with his poster.“He is a veteran of the RCAF,” Yacey said, and lived from 1924 to 2015.When you look at a grave like this, you typically think, “Oh, he’s a person,” and move on, Yacey said.“I wanted to give this a more personal touch.”Memorial tagsOver at ESSMY School, Welling and her fellow students were hanging about 325 paper dog-tags in their school’s front lobby. Inscribed on each was the name and biographical details of a western Canadian soldier who fought and/or died at Vimy Ridge.Teacher Gidget Bouchard, who co-ordinates the school’s Remembrance Day activities, said she got the idea for the dog-tag project after reading up on the purpose of the tags in war. As 2017 was the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, she decided to have students create dog-tags of soldiers in that battle this month.Welling has been one of the project’s most enthusiastic backers, having personally completed about 30 of the palm-sized tags. There was often very little inf...

Stanford Domingue

Monday, November 07, 2016

Cynthia and husband, Gregory Guilbeau of Duson and Betty and husband, Robert Babineaux of Duson; one son, Charles and wife, Deanna Savoy of Broussard; three brothers, Irvin Domingue of Scott, Purvis Domingue of Mire and Gilford Domingue of Crowley; one sister, Joyce Domingue of Rayne; six grandchildren, Christopher J. Guilbeau of Duson, Dwayne and wife, Christine Babineaux of Duson, Michelle Cummings and husband, Kenneth Autin of Rayne, Chad and wife, Krystal Savoy of Broussard, Rachel Babineaux and husband, Derrick Begnaud of Lafayette and Ashley Cummings and husband, Dwayne Derise of Rayne, seven great-grandchildren, Brandy Faulk and husband, Phillip Viator, Crystal Faulk, Sydnee Babineaux, Dorothy Jane Savoy, Mary Kate Savoy, Layne Autin and Madelynn Derise; two great-great-grandchilden, Ryleigh Teal Comeaux and Drake Comeaux.Mr. Domingue was preceded in death by his wife, Rosa Bel P. Domingue; two sons, Bryan Domingue and Dean Cummings; his parents, Whitney and Anita B. Domingue; one brother, Elmo Domingue.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Domingue’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC-Rayne, (337)334-3600, 900 East Texas Ave. Rayne, LA 70578 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

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Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bernard and Bessie Reed Jackson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his daughter, Paula Jackson Dodd in 2016; his grandson, Bryce Dodd in 2016; a sister, Sarah Jackson Purvis; and a brother, Johnny Jackson.Hubert was a veteran, serving in the U.S. Army. He was retired from Shaw Industries.He leaves behind his wife of 63 years, Hazel Silvers Jackson; his son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Sharon Jackson of Abingdon, Va.; brothers, Loyd Jackson, Hoyt Jackson, and Hilburn Jackson; grandchildren, Eric (Catherine) Jackson of Chesapeake, Va, Grant Dodd, Alex Dodd, and Suzanne House Roberts; great-grandchildren, Thomas Jackson, Charlotte Jackson, and Aria Dodd; and a special friend, Jennifer Bailey.Services to honor the life of Mr. Hubert Edward Jackson were held Saturday, March 18 at 3 p.m. from the chapel of Max Brannon and Sons Funeral Home, with Rev. Ricky Silvers and Rev. Eddie Brannon officiating. Interment followed in Fain Cemetery. Pallbearers serving included Henry Cox, Roger Davis, Brian Young, Jeffrey Silvers, Jim Martin and Michael Quarles.The Jackson family received friends at the funeral home on Friday, March 17 from 5 until 9 p.m.Condolences may be left at www.maxbrannonandsons.com. Funeral arrangements for Mr. Hubert Edward Jackson are under the care and direction of Max Brannon and Sons F...

City students honour veterans - St. Albert Gazette

Monday, November 14, 2016

No stones aloneSome 360 W.D. Cuts students came to the St. Albert Cemetery Monday to take part in the sixth annual No Stone Left Alone ceremony, for example. Started by Edmontonian Maureen Bianchini-Purvis, the event has students lay poppies on the graves of war veterans to recognize their sacrifice in the lead-up to Remembrance Day.About 20 Grade 5 students from Bertha Kennedy performed a similar rite Monday at the Catholic parish cemetery on Mission Hill.After hearing speeches from active and retired soldiers, the Cuts students filed past the roughly 70 graves in the cemetery’s Field of Honour and placed poppies on each, dappling the dark stones with crimson droplets.This was the second year that Cuts students had done their Remembrance Day ceremony in this matter, said Andrew Wiens, who teaches the school’s military history course.“There’s something a little more personal about it when you know the people who actually sacrificed themselves are less than 100 feet away from you.”This year, Wiens had his 15 students research the lives of the veterans buried in the cemetery to create posters others could read during the ceremony.Grade 8 student Colby Yacey stood guard by the grave of Maj. Wallace Oaken Klatt with his poster.“He is a veteran of the RCAF,” Yacey said, and lived from 1924 to 2015.When you look at a grave like this, you typically think, “Oh, he’s a person,” and move on, Yacey said.“I wanted to give this a more personal touch.”Memorial tagsOver at ESSMY School, Welling and her fellow students were hanging about 325 paper dog-tags in their school’s front lobby. Inscribed on each was the name and biographical details of a western Canadian soldier who fought and/or died at Vimy Ridge.Teacher Gidget Bouchard, who co-ordinates the school’s Remembrance Day activities, said she got the idea for the dog-tag project after reading up on the purpose of the tags in war. As 2017 was the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, she decided to have students create dog-tags of soldiers in that battle this month.Welling has been one of the project’s most enthusiastic backers, having personally completed about 30 of the palm-sized tags. There was often very little inf...

Stanford Domingue

Monday, November 07, 2016

Cynthia and husband, Gregory Guilbeau of Duson and Betty and husband, Robert Babineaux of Duson; one son, Charles and wife, Deanna Savoy of Broussard; three brothers, Irvin Domingue of Scott, Purvis Domingue of Mire and Gilford Domingue of Crowley; one sister, Joyce Domingue of Rayne; six grandchildren, Christopher J. Guilbeau of Duson, Dwayne and wife, Christine Babineaux of Duson, Michelle Cummings and husband, Kenneth Autin of Rayne, Chad and wife, Krystal Savoy of Broussard, Rachel Babineaux and husband, Derrick Begnaud of Lafayette and Ashley Cummings and husband, Dwayne Derise of Rayne, seven great-grandchildren, Brandy Faulk and husband, Phillip Viator, Crystal Faulk, Sydnee Babineaux, Dorothy Jane Savoy, Mary Kate Savoy, Layne Autin and Madelynn Derise; two great-great-grandchilden, Ryleigh Teal Comeaux and Drake Comeaux.Mr. Domingue was preceded in death by his wife, Rosa Bel P. Domingue; two sons, Bryan Domingue and Dean Cummings; his parents, Whitney and Anita B. Domingue; one brother, Elmo Domingue.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Domingue’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home, LLC-Rayne, (337)334-3600, 900 East Texas Ave. Rayne, LA 70578 is in charge of all of the arrangements.