James Howard Oliver
1926 - 2020
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Howard Oliver, 93 peacefully passed April 10, 2020. Howard's full story @website as local services being held at Settle-Wilder Funeral Home in New Smyrna Beach, Fl. after virus bands lifted. Go to: Settlewilderfuneralhome.com. Military increment later at North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Kilmichael, Ms. handled by Oliver Funeral Home in Winona, Ms. Go to: www.ofhwinona.com

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Published in Orlando Sentinel from Apr. 25 to Apr. 26, 2020.
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April 30, 2020
As a veteran, Grandad was very strong. He always gave advice to me that I still keep in mind in my daily life. He loved people and animals and always wanted to help more than he could. He was a great granddad and will be missed.
Taylor Franks
April 30, 2020
Grandad was a firm believer in Jesus and prayed daily. He wanted to help others as much as he could. He was always optimistic and kind. He will be loved and missed.
Taylor Franks
April 25, 2020
Dad, you were one of a kind as the Lord knew as He called you home....and I will make sure your legacy will live on and all will know how God allowed me to be witness to his calling you home and the angel escort He gave us to the ER so all too may know the Love of God as you did and the eternity you now will have at His right hand.....that all too may have....love always, Sandra
Sandra Oliver
April 25, 2020
Dad, you were one of kind lover of people and animals and you will so dearly missed. I am so thankful for the memories we shared growing up taking trips to grandmom's house in Mississippi and all the adventures we shared over the years. Im so thankful the Lord gave us the past 11 years that you lived with me and the most gracious gift the Lord gave me, ..... being next to you when the Lord gave you notice it was time to come home and the angel escort we had to the ER ......and God answering my call out to Him to help me get you to the ER.....where God knew you needed to be when you left to be with Him......love you always Dad..............Sandra
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