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Cunningham Funeral Home

108 Buffalo Road
Caddo, OK 74729
(580) 367-2262
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Former Shreveport Mayor Bill Hanna dies - KTBS.com - Shreveport, LA News, Weather and Sports - KTBS

Monday, January 30, 2017

Rose-Neath.Hanna and his brother, Ken, ran Bill Hanna Ford when he was elected Shreveport mayor in 1978. He had never held public office before and did not seek a second term.Later, he became Caddo Parish administrator.Hanna was the city's first mayor under a new form of government at the time: a mayor and seven City Council members elected from districts around the city. Prior to that, the legislative branch of city government had been commissioners such as public safety, public works and finance. Those individuals were elected city wide.

Former state Sen. Jackson Davis dies at 98 - SFGate

Monday, August 29, 2016

Saturday at Osborn Funeral Home in Shreveport followed by a private interment.Davis, who earned a law degree from LSU in 1940, was elected to the Louisiana Senate in 1956 and represented parts of Caddo and Bossier parishes for six consecutive terms until 1980. His legislative accomplishments included the establishment of LSU-Shreveport in 1967.Davis was a "true gentleman who worked tirelessly" to represent his constituents, Senate President John Alario Jr. said in a statement following Davis' death."He was a remarkable man and an amazing example of being a role model and striving to be a true public servant," said Sen. Barrow Peacock, who now represents Davis' former district.Davis was born just outside of LeCompte, Louisiana, in Rapides Parish. An exceptional student, he graduated from high school at 14 and graduated from LSU in Baton Rouge four years later where he earned an undergraduate degree in history and a Master's degree a year later.In 1940, he earned a law degree from LSU and was elected president of the school's student body. He volunteered for military service as World War II loomed. He arrived at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Sept. 7, 1941, and was assigned to Naval Intelligence to work on deciphering coded communications. The code-breaking work of his and others directly contributed to the American victory at the Battle of Midway, a turning point in the war in the Pacific.Davis and his wife married in Hawaii in January 1944. They returned to Shreveport in 1946 to raise a family and Jackson ...

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Former Shreveport Mayor Bill Hanna dies - KTBS.com - Shreveport, LA News, Weather and Sports - KTBS

Monday, January 30, 2017

Rose-Neath.Hanna and his brother, Ken, ran Bill Hanna Ford when he was elected Shreveport mayor in 1978. He had never held public office before and did not seek a second term.Later, he became Caddo Parish administrator.Hanna was the city's first mayor under a new form of government at the time: a mayor and seven City Council members elected from districts around the city. Prior to that, the legislative branch of city government had been commissioners such as public safety, public works and finance. Those individuals were elected city wide.

Former state Sen. Jackson Davis dies at 98 - SFGate

Monday, August 29, 2016

Saturday at Osborn Funeral Home in Shreveport followed by a private interment.Davis, who earned a law degree from LSU in 1940, was elected to the Louisiana Senate in 1956 and represented parts of Caddo and Bossier parishes for six consecutive terms until 1980. His legislative accomplishments included the establishment of LSU-Shreveport in 1967.Davis was a "true gentleman who worked tirelessly" to represent his constituents, Senate President John Alario Jr. said in a statement following Davis' death."He was a remarkable man and an amazing example of being a role model and striving to be a true public servant," said Sen. Barrow Peacock, who now represents Davis' former district.Davis was born just outside of LeCompte, Louisiana, in Rapides Parish. An exceptional student, he graduated from high school at 14 and graduated from LSU in Baton Rouge four years later where he earned an undergraduate degree in history and a Master's degree a year later.In 1940, he earned a law degree from LSU and was elected president of the school's student body. He volunteered for military service as World War II loomed. He arrived at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Sept. 7, 1941, and was assigned to Naval Intelligence to work on deciphering coded communications. The code-breaking work of his and others directly contributed to the American victory at the Battle of Midway, a turning point in the war in the Pacific.Davis and his wife married in Hawaii in January 1944. They returned to Shreveport in 1946 to raise a family and Jackson ...