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Allen, Thomas  
Thomas Emile Allen Gulfport, MS Thomas Emile Allen age 59 passed away Wed. 5/20/2015 in Gulfport, MS. V:10AM, S:11AM at MARSHALL LIFE CENTER. Burial at Biloxi National Cemetery. WWW.MARSHALLFH.COM .
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Published in The Sun Herald on May 27, 2015
Alliston, Elizabeth Pearl "Liz" - Wiggins  
Elizabeth "Liz" Pearl Alliston 1942-2015 Wiggins Elizabeth "Liz" Pearl Alliston, 72, of Wiggins, MS, passed away on Monday, May 25, 2015 in Hattiesburg. She was born on July 9, 1942 in New Orleans, LA and was a long-time resident of Wiggins, MS. Liz was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother; and a dear friend and loved one to many of whom she will be greatly missed. She devoted much of her life to caring for others and was her husband's caregiver for many years. She is preceded in death by her husband, George Alliston Sr.; daughter, Susan Alliston Bond; parents, James C. Freret Sr. and Pearl Gordy Freret; brothers, David Wayne Freret, Eddie Gordy Freret, James C. Freret Jr. and Michael Edward Freret. She is survived by sons, Jerry R. (Nellie) Alliston of Hattiesburg, George Alliston Jr. of Wiggins; grandchildren Meghann (Thomas) Roan of Waveland, Cassie Thatcher of McHenry, Andrew "Andy" Thatcher of Wiggins; Madison Alliston and Samantha Alliston both of Hattiesburg; great grandchildren Tucker Williamson, June Williamson, Wyatt Williamson of McHenry and Thomas Roan Jr. of Waveland. She is also survived by her brothers Rene J. (Freda) Freret, Michael William (Lucille) Freret, both of Gulfport; Robert C. "Bobby" (Frances) Freret and James C. Freret III, both of Saucier; sisters, Louise Connell Umstattd of Saucier, Sharon R. (Dan) Bradley of Gulfport, Helen (Calvin) Breland, Judy (Van) Dunn, both of Wiggins, and Jamie (Kevin) Harris of Natchitoches, LA. A Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 27, 2015 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins. Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 28, at 10 a.m. at Moore Funeral home in Wiggins. Interment will follow at Rouse Cemetery in Saucier, MS. Moore Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. View and sign online guestbook at www.moorefuneralservices.com .
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Allman, Marjorie  
Marjorie Allman Vancleave Arrangements are pending at Holder-Wells Funeral Home in Moss Point, MS.
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Published in The Sun Herald on June 3, 2015
Anderson, Frances - Moss Point  
Frances M. Anderson Moss Point Frances M. Anderson 83 passed away May 22/ Service: 3pm Sat. May 30 at The Church of the Living God, Pasc./ Burial: First Bapt. Cem., Escatawpa, www.UNITYFH.net
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Published in The Sun Herald on May 29, 2015
Archer Sr., Lester C.  
Lester C. Archer, Sr. Long Beach age 72, died on Sun. 5-31, in Gpt. RIEMANN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 19130 Commission Road in Long Beach, served the family. ( www.riemannfamily.com )
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Published in The Sun Herald on June 2, 2015
Barial, Joseph - Pascagoula  
Joseph Barial New Orleans Joseph Barial 57 of Pascagoula passed away May 11/ Service: 10am Sat. May 30 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Pasc., Burial: Gabriel Cem., Pasc. www.UNITYFH.net
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Barkett, Dr. Linda - Brandon  
Dr. Linda S.Barkett Brandon, MS Dr. Linda S. Barkett of Brandon died June 1, 2015, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center from complications of metastatic breast cancer. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 4, 2015, at Lakeland Presbyterian Church in Flowood. Burial will follow at Lakeland Place Garden Park Cemetery in Flowood. A visitation will be held Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Ott and Lee Funeral Home in Brandon. Linda is preceded in death by her father Jimmy Simpson of Gulfport, Uncle Charles Daws of Virginia Beach, VA, and Aunt Marjorie Bloch of Jennings, LA. She is survived by a loving family: her devoted husband, Mike, who can do almost anything, including caregiving, and never tires of milk and cereal for supper; daughter, Katherine Lynn and son-in-law Dr. Adam Byrd of Flowood; mother Loraine Simpson of Gulfport; faithful brother Jim Simpson, his wife Sandi and their three beautiful daughters Jennifer Griffin (Brantley) Birmingham, AL, and their children Colson and Kase; Amanda Granberry (Michael) and daughter Tenley of Flowood and Ashley Simpson of Hammond, LA; her sister-in-law Bette Ware, niece Sydney Garrett and nephew Patrick Garrett of Haynesville, LA; cousins Jane Miller of Jennings, LA, Buddy Bloch (Cindy) of Baton Rouge, LA, Debbie Garris (Steve) of Pilot Mountain, NC, Doug Daws (Patti) of Nashville, TN; her dear Uncle Joe Daws and Aunt Bobbie of Nashville, TN; and Bettie Jeanne Candler of Sea Island, GA and her children. This large extended family had the blessing of staying close throughout the years, enjoying many Christmases in DeKalb and summer visits together at Lake Tiak O' Khata. Linda received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Science from Mississippi State University. After graduation, she worked at the State Board of Health as a sanitarian. She returned to school, earning a certificate in dental hygiene. Later, she continued her education in dentistry, earning a Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 1984. She practiced dentistry for 27 years with her dear friend and dental partner, Dr. Betsy Welch, at Lakeland Dental Clinic. She also taught dental hygiene at UMMC for many years. She loved her dental patients, her co-workers and students. She felt honored to have the opportunity to teach so many talented students and to work with Dr. Beckie Barry and such great faculty for so many years. A special thanks to Dr. Charles Ramsey for helping when she was ill. Linda was a long-time member of the American Dental Association and the Mississippi Dental Association. Anyone who knew Linda also knew daughter Katherine. Katherine was the love of Mike and Linda's life. Linda enjoyed participating and supporting Katherine in her many opportunities and activities. Katherine was a blessing to her each and every day, and she said her greatest joy and accomplishment in life was to be Katherine's mother. Mike and Linda are charter members of Lakeland Presbyterian Church. A special thanks to this church family that was always uplifting and caring throughout these many years. She appreciated her pastors, Dr. Steve Jussely and Reverend John Duke's ability to deliver God's word in such a dynamic and truthful manner each Sunday. Linda knew her life was extended for years by God's grace and many prayers. A special thanks to Dr. Tammy Young for her friendship, dedication and perseverance in treating such a dreadful disease as cancer, radiation oncology specialist Dr. Richard Friedman, and the oncology nurses at Baptist Hospital who were kind and efficient. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the Dr. Linda S. Barkett Memorial Scholarship in Dental Hygiene. University of Mississippi Medical Center, Office of Development, 2500 N. State Street, Jackson, MS 39216 or give online at www.umc.edu/givenow . * Select this category: School of Health Related Professions Options * Select Dr. Linda S. Barkett Memorial Scholarship in Dental Hygiene You may share condolences at www.ottandleefuneralhome.com
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Published in The Sun Herald on June 3, 2015
Barrett, Betty  
Betty Jane Miller Barrett 1925-2015 Stafford, TX Betty Jane Miller Barrett, age 90, was born in West Point, New York May 16, 1925, to General Maurice and Nola Miller. She attended Agnes Scott College and received her degree from Cornell University. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lt. Col. Frederick E. Barrett. Fred and Betty were an inseparable team who loved to travel. They were active members of First United Methodist Church and the Biloxi Elks Association, and volunteers for the Red Cross at Keesler Medical Center. Fred and Betty retired on the Mississippi Gulf Coast until Hurricane Katrina relocated them back to Texas to spend their final years with family in Sugarland. Betty joined her beloved husband and her LORD peacefully on May 21, 2015. She is loved and survived by her daughter, Janie O'Keefe (deceased husband, James) of Gulfport; her son, Rick Barrett and his wife, Ruth of Sugarland, Texas; 6 grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home, Pass Rd, Biloxi on Thursday, May 28, 2015 for a service at 12:00 p.m. Friends may visit from 11:30 until service. Burial will follow at Biloxi National Cemetery. View and sign register book at www.bradfordokeefe.com
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Published in The Sun Herald on May 27, 2015
Bolden, Dennie - Moss Point  
Mr. Dennie "Ray Ray" Bolden Moss Point, MS Funeral: 11 a.m., Sat., 5/30/15, Calling All Christians Church, Moss Point. Viewing: 10-11 a.m. Interment: Machpelah. www.millenders.com
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Bordes, Janet - Diamondhead  
Janet Cullen Bordes May 27, 2015 Diamondhead, Miss. "The strife is o'er—the battle done; The victory of life is won; The song of triumph has begun: ALLELUIA!" Janet Cullen Bordes, 95, whose unforgettable smile lifted so many spirits over the course of her life, and whose kindness and unconditional acceptance earned her a most special place in so many hearts, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2015, surrounded by her loving family in Diamondhead, Ms. Janet is survived by five children, Sally Bordes D'Amico of Destin, Fl., Suzanne Bordes Gray of Arnaudville, La., Rebecca Ann Bordes of Grayton Beach, Fl., David Cullen Bordes Sr. of Lafayette, La., and Bradley J. Bordes of Diamondhead, 21 grandchildren, and 28 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 59 years, Edmund Joseph Bordes Sr., and by one son, Edmund Bordes Jr. (Buzzy). Born January 9, 1920, in Omaha, Ne., Janet spent her early years in New Orleans cultivating her imagination that would later be the source of so many amazing stories she would share with her children and grandchildren. It was also in Louisiana that she met the love of her life, Edmund, and together they built a life filled with adventure, faith, friendship, and six wonderful children. They raised their children in New Orleans and Covington, and moved to Mississippi in 1978. Janet had a kind word for all, often with Godly wisdom attached. "Pretty is as pretty does," she would say with a twinkle in her eye after remarking that a grandchild was beautiful. And Janet was beautiful both ways—a radiant woman with an extraordinary ability to make those around her feel cherished, unique, and important. With her family she was both playful and earnest, teaching them the value of laughter and honest work. Janet was a trusted confidante and unwavering listener, and never, ever forgot a birthday. She preserved and proudly displayed each and every artwork, note, and letter sent by her family over the years. Her love for gardens, birds, and sunsets was often expressed through her own beautiful paintings and drawings. Wise, kind, and giving, Janet will always be remembered. The family will have a private memorial service at a later date. The family thanks the wonderful caregivers of Deaconess Home Health and Gentiva Hospice for their incredible care and support. "Lord, by the stripes which wounded Thee, From death's dread sting Thy servants free, That we may live, and sing to Thee: ALLELUIA!
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