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Randall, Scott - Biloxi  
Scott Winthrop Randall 1954 ~ 2014 Biloxi Scott Winthrop Randall, age 60, passed away on Saturday, December 27, 2014, at his home in Biloxi, Mississippi. He was born on October 14, 1954, in Indianola, Mississippi. He was a beloved husband, father, son, brother, and friend to all who knew him. Scotty's early life was spent in his native Sunflower County. He had a true love for the Mississippi Delta. He was a graduate of Indianola Academy, attended Mississippi Delta Community College, and graduated from Delta State University. He began his professional career in the cable communications industry in 1979 with Warner Cable in Cleveland, MS. He held various management positions throughout the southeast with Warner-Amex, United Artist, Comcast and CableOne. For the past ten years, Scott has served as General Manager for CableOne in Biloxi, MS. He received numerous awards for his outstanding leadership in the cable industry. Scotty is survived by his devoted wife of 38 years Margie Bonner Randall of Biloxi, MS, and his daughter Josalyn Randall of Tuscaloosa, AL. He is also survived by his mother Barbara Bailey Randall of Baird, MS, and his siblings Sandi Randall of Mobile, AL; Robin Kennedy of Madison, MS; Randy Randall of Indianola, MS; Sharman Gray of Reynolds Plantation, GA; and Stacy Weems of West Point, MS. He is also survived by his father-in-law John Bonner of Hattiesburg, MS; his brothers-in-law Mike Bonner of Hattiesburg, MS, and Steve Bonner of Littleton, CO; and his numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father Jim Randall, his sister Stephanie Randall Daniel, and his mother-in-law Marge Bonner. A visitation will be held on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 from 5:00 till 7:00 PM at Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home in Ocean Springs, MS. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 3, 2015 at 10:00 am at the First United Methodist Church in Indianola, MS. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, memorials be sent to the Jim Randall Scholarship Fund: MDCC Foundation Inc., PO Box 710, Moorhead, MS 38761 or the Druid City Garden Project: PO Box 2374, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403. View and sign register book at www.bradfordokeefe.com
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Published in The Sun Herald on Dec. 29, 2014
Sumrall, Delores - Ocean Springs  
Delores P. Sumrall Ocean Springs age 81, died Friday, December 26, 2014 in Ocean Springs. The Ocean Springs Chapel of BRADFORD-O'KEEFE Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.(228)875-1266
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Switzer, Wilda  
Wilda P. Switzer Gulfport age 75, died on Fri. 12-26, in Gpt. Visit on Mon. 12-29 from 5-7pm, funeral on Tues 12-30 at 2pm all at RIEMANN FH, 3Rivers Rd. in Gpt., burial at Evergreen, full obit at www.riemannfamily.com
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Bacon, Harold  
Harold Bacon Gulfport, MS Service: Graveside serv, Monday, Dec. 29, 2014, 11am at Biloxi National Cemetery. RIEMANN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, Three Rivers Rd., Gulfport. www.riemannfamily.com .
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Published in The Sun Herald on Dec. 28, 2014
Blount, Welcome  
Welcome Blount Gulfport, MS Welcome Denise Blount age 53 of Gulfport, MS passed away Tuesday, December 23, 2014 in Gulfport. Services are private. MARSHALL FUNERAL HOME. WWW.MARSHALLFH.COM .
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Cuevas, Waltraud  
Waltraud Cuevas Waveland, MS Waltraud "Wally" Cuevas, 65, died on Dec. 23, 2014. Visit: 1-6-15, 10:00-11:00 a.m., EDMOND FAHEY FUNERAL HOME; Graveside Serv. will follow at 1:30 pm in Biloxi National Cem.
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Eberhart, Rosilyn  
Rosilyn Eberhart Gulfport Rosilyn Eberhart, 68, passed away Dec. 25, 2014. Arrangements are pending at RICHMOND-AUGUST FUNERAL HOME. Updates: call 436-6722 or visit www.RichmondAugustFH.com .
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Findlay, Richard  
Richard William Findlay 1931 ~ 2014 Ocean Springs Richard William Findlay, born April 29, 1931, in Detroit, Michigan, died December 22, 2014, in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Richard graduated from St. Ambrose High School in Detroit, Michigan, in 1949. He started working for Detroit Free Press in 1950 in the pressroom, worked his way up from cleaning the presses to supervising the presses, first as a line foreman and then as General Foreman. To prepare himself for advancement, he had studied with the Knight-Ridder Institute of Training, helped development the Quality Circles Training Seminar, and took Detroit Free Press Supervisory Training. He worked as General Foreman from 1980 to 1991, when he took early retirement. Through the years, he and his wife, Geraldine were active in Cabrini Catholic Church in Allen Park where Richard was a member of Knights of Columbus. They had purchased a lot on Lake Huron where they built their retirement home in 1991 and moved to Northern Michigan when it was completed. Up north Richard and Geraldine were active in the local Catholic Church in Cheboygan, ushered at the Opera House and Richard bought a boat and became an active member of the local Coast Guard Auxiliary. For several years he worked part time at the Center Stage Theater in Mackinaw City where he did everything from selling concessions, to managing the stage lights to being the Motorcoach Manager. He and Geraldine also were volunteers at the soup kitchen in Cheboygan. In 1998 Geraldine became very ill and passed away in December. After a loving partnership of 43 years, Richard was distraught until family and friends persuaded him to travel and try to go on with his life. In 2000, when he was visiting his brother, Jim, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, he met Eddie Weber, a widow of eight years. They became friends, became close and married in December of that year. After several years of retirement travel, golfing, boating, as well as church and community activities, spending summers in Michigan and winters on the Gulf Coast, Richard began to slow down with the stress of a progressive illness that finally took his life on December 22 of this year. Family and friends will sorely miss him, for he was gentle and loving man, with high morals and deep compassion for others. Richard was preceded in death by his father, Ronald Meikle Findlay, mother, Marguerite Roseanna Ramey, brothers, Ronald Robert Findlay and James Donald Findlay, nephews, Donald B. Findlay and Robert James Findlay, and former wife, Geraldine Helen Mayville. Survivors include his siblings, Iris Delores Findlay, married to Delmar Young (lives in Ann Arbor, MI) and Walter Robin Findlay (lives in Florida), the children of Geraldine and Richard, Richard Meikle Findlay of Allen Park, Michigan, David Findlay of Milton, Georgia, Kenneth Findlay of Cheboygan, Michigan and Katheryn Findlay Milburn of Black Diamond, Washington. Richard married Eddie Weber in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, on November 25, 2000. The children of Eddie Weber and step-children of Richard Findlay are Karen Bustamante of Orange, California and Carl J. Weber of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, 4 grandsons: George Findlay, Cole Findlay, Luke Milburn, and Matthew Milburn, 5 step-grandsons: Ross Preston, John Weber, Robert Bustamante, Brent Weber, and Mark Bustamante, step-granddaughter. Kelly Tansy, mother of Richard's three great-grand-daughters, Morgan, Peyton, and Corrine, 7 nephews, Craig, Brian, Douglas, Christopher, Delmar, Timothy and Patrick, 4 nieces, the Young daughters, Marilyn, Bonnie, Valerie and Sharon. A memorial service will be held for Richard at Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home in Ocean Springs Monday, December 29, 2014. There will not be a viewing, but there will be visitation with the family beginning at 10:00 a.m., followed by the memorial service at 11:00 a.m. This service will be conducted by a close family friend, Deacon Martin Finnegan of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Ocean Springs. After the service, guests are invited to the home of the Findlays for lunch and visiting. View and sign register book at www.bradfordokeefe.com .
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Flint, Ronald K.  
Ronald K. Flint April 25, 1948-Dec 24, 2014 Moss Point "Arise, shine: for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you." Isaiah 60:1 On Wednesday December 24, 2014 Ronald Kelly Flint, born April 25, 1948, one mile from the end of the road in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, celebrated his first Christmas Eve in heaven with his beloved son, brother, family and friends. He departed at 6:42 AM, wrapped in the loving arms of his family and friends; just as he was greeted upon his arrival that same instant in Heaven. Ronnie was a bigger than life character, with a heart sized to match. He lived large, loved large and brought all those he loved so much along for the ride. He was a gentle giant whose memories "were never associated with sadness," as a friend recently said. Growing up in Pascagoula, Ronnie was one of six sons and was defined by his love of and loyalty to his family. His last acts in this world were taking care of his wife, children, family and friends. After graduating high school in Kenai, Alaska, he served in the Army during the Vietnam conflict. He returned to work with his family, eventually starting his own businesses. In later years Ronnie attended the University of Southern Mississippi where he formed lifelong bonds with his "nephews" as "Unca Ronnie". He was an eBay entrepreneur, salvage expert and master collector. But his greatest joy was always his family and friends. You have fought the good fight and have prevailed. Go, gentle one and prepare the way for our great reunion. Ronnie is survived by his beloved wife, Terri O. Flint, precious daughters Tychia Marie Flint-Norman and Kelly Lynn Flint, granddaughter Sabrina Marie Hall, grandsons John Allen Norman and Peyton Anthony Norman as well as great-grandson Michael Barron Hall. Ronnie is also survived by his brothers Lee Wayne (Shirley) Flint, Kenneth Dale (Mary) Flint, Sr., Stanley Dean (Pam) Flint, Dallas Gene Flint, William Ralph (Darlene) Nichols and Laura Logan Flint. He is also survived by Meribeth A. Richardson (mother-in-law) Mobile, AL, Nancy A. Orr (Sister-in-law) Pensacola, FL, Susan J. Lawrence (sister-in-law) Tallahassee, FL, Cornelia S. Orr (sister-in-law) Washington D.C. Ronnie was preceded to heaven by his dear son Phillip Anthony "Bubba" Flint, father, J.W. "Wayne" Flint, mother, Fannie Lee Parr Flint, brother Phillip Thomas Flint, brothers-in-law Richard E. Orr and Perry R. Lawrence. Visitation will be Saturday, January 24, 12:00-2:00 PM, at O'Bryant-O'Keefe Funeral Home followed by the Memorial Service at 2:00 PM. Following the service there will be an "Unca Ronnie Homecoming Celebration" at Scranton's Restaurant from 3:00 - 5:30 downstairs. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the "Phillip Thomas Flint Memorial Fund" at Regions Bank or to the SMRC Gautier Group Home. You may send your condolences to Ronnie's family at www.obyrantokeefe.com .
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Ford Sr., John - D'Iberville  
SMSgt. John I. Ford, Sr. USAF, Retired 1931 ~ 2014 D'Iberville SMSgt. John I. Ford Sr., known to friends and family as J.I. and TIP, passed away December the 24th at age 83. He was born in Buffalo, S.C. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Meta Sue Ford; parents, Dolman Austin Ford and Beunie Mae Ford; sister, Nancy Faye Ford; and brother, William Milburn Ford. He is survived by his wife Voncile Broome Ford; his children, John I. Ford, Jr. (Denise), Donald Allen Ford (Lynn), Karla Kay Bevlin (Robert), step children, Donna Kay Iler (Eddie) and Ginny Lynn Edwards; brother, Perry Lewis Ford, Sr.; sisters, Nettie Mae Ford, Shirley Josephine Ford, Millie Cecile Ford; 10 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren . After 27 years of travel and adventure in the United States Air Force, Senior Master Sergeant John Ford retired in 1975. His assignments carried him to many places including stations in Asia, Europe, the Mid-East, and in the United States. His duties, like his station assignments, were many covering several career fields: administration, education, electronics, food service, medical, personnel, and supply. His jobs included being Administration Officer, Electronic Education Branch Chief, Career Counselor, and Electronic Maintenance Instructor/Technician/Superintendent, Inspector (Maintenance and Supply), and Instructor of First Aid Survival, a Program Analyst, and a Supervisor of many functions. He was awarded the rating of Master Instructor by the Air Force. SMSgt. Ford was a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Upon retiring from the Air Force, Sergeant Ford held positions on the Gulf Coast with Civil Service, Naval Claims, the Space Center, and Veterans Administration. He moved to Columbia, SC and worked as a Maintenance Manager/Superintendent prior to moving to Alamance County to work at Western High School with AFJROTC. Teaching always came naturally to SMSgt. Ford who received his B.S. degree in Education from The University of Southern Mississippi. SMSgt. Ford spent much of his free time serving the community. He has worked with little league baseball and church youth groups. He organized a Boy Scout Troop for which he served as troop master. He also belonged to groups such as the Civitans, the Masons, Scottish Rite and the Shriners. Mr. Ford enjoyed square dancing, belonging to Belles and Buoys square dance club. He was a member of Beauvoir United Methodist Church. He will be missed by family and friends he loved and who loved him. The funeral service will be 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at RIEMANN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME in Biloxi, where friends may visit from 11:00 a.m. until the service. Interment will follow in Biloxi National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Beauvoir United Methodist Church, 2113 Pass Road, Biloxi, MS 39531. Memories may be shared at www.riemannfamily.com
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