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Wilson Falgout

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Mr. Wilson Falgout


Services will be held at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, September 28, 2013, at Jones & Son Funeral Home in Richton, for Mr. Wilson Falgout, 90, of Richton. Visitation will be from 3:00 p.m. until service time and interment will be in the Sunset cemetery with Dr. Roland McMillan and Rev. Jason Wade officiating.

Wilson Falgout grew up in the Mississippi Delta. He served in the United States Army 36th Infantry Division during World War II and fought in the European and North African campaigns. He was awarded a Purple Heart, two Oak Leaf Clusters, and a Bronze Star medal for heroic achievements in Italy. He married Teedee Percival on January 11, 1947. In 1972, Wilson and his wife began a new business and opened their first Karmelkorn Shoppe in Greenville, MS. They continued in their small business adventure by opening more food shops in Greenville and Hattiesburg including Dipper Dan, the Court Jester, and Yogurt Delite. After years of success, Wilson finally retired closing their shops in 1999.

Wilson's church memberships included Lincoln Road Baptist Church of Hattiesburg, and First Baptist Church of Richton. He taught Sunday School, served on church committees, and made a joyful noise in the sanctuary. He loved his men's Baraca Sunday School class.

He leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Alva "Teedee" Falgout of Richton; children,

Jack Wilson Falgout of Petal, Shirley Lorraine Goar of Richton and Sandra Lynne Burford of Vicksburg; sister, Mary Kross of Clear Water FL; grandchildren, Christina Lynn Falgout and Andrew Wilson Falgout both of Flowermound, TX, Kaylee Goar Wade of Petal, Karrah Lucille Goar of Richton, William Braxton Burford of Salt Lake City, UT and Kathleen Elizabeth Burford Bartsch of Spartanburg, SC and eight great-grandchildren.



Published in the Hattiesburg American on Sept. 28, 2013
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