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Dec 28th, 2012
madelyn_nnicole_bostick.jpg - 84533 Bytes Another Great-Grand Baby born to the Lloyds
Madelynn Nicole Bostick has made her appearance. She was born at 12:29pm.
weighing in at a BIG whopping 10 lbs 4 oz and 21 1/2 inches
long!!! We think she is absolutely beautiful!!!


By her size,,, we think she'll be in the second grade next week!!

Dec 14th, 2012
View, Sign
Guest Book
Robert Devon “Bob” SULLIVAN age 80 passed away on December
9, 2012. Bob attended Tech High School in Memphis and Lambuth
College in Jackson Tennessee. He worked for Sears Roebuck from 1956-1976,
part owner of Western Sizzlin’ from 1976-1978, owner of Sullivan
Enterprises from 1980-2004 and was on the Pelham City Council from
2007-2008. Bob was a member of Briarwood Presbyterian Church and
a Veteran of the U.S. Army. He is survived by his loving wife, Mrs.
Sandra Ann; children, David, and Farris; brothers, Elbert JR and
James (Frog); grandchildren, Mary, Michael and Mollie; and his beloved
dog Sugar Baby.
A Celebration of Bob’s Life will be held on, Monday, December 17, 2012
at 11 a.m. (Visitation at 10 a.m.) at Briarwood Presbyterian Church.(Birmingham,Ala)
Published in The Commercial Appeal on December 14, 2012

Dec 10th, 2012
Just received word that Bobby Sullivan has passed away!
As soon as more info is availiable, we will post any up-dates.
Go to this site for information as it arrives

Oct 29th, 2012
highsaw.jpg - 80554 Bytes       After a portrait of Tech High principal J.L. Highsaw
(center) was presented in a ceremony of tribute at the school on
Oct. 29, 1954, the veteran teacher chatted with two of his former
students, Milton Bowers (left), president of the Memphis Board of
Education, and Arthur West, a Monroe, La., grocer whom he taught
50 years ago. Professor Highsaw is in the 37th year as principal
of Tech.

Oct 26th, 2012
View Sign JAMES DAVID WILKINSON, JR. Jim was the son of Cora Teague and
James D. Wilkinson, Sr., born in Memphis, TN on January 28, 1934. He
attended Bartlett High School, before entering the U.S. Air Force, during
the Korean War. Jim died on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at Methodist
Hospice Residence, after a courageous bout with pancreatic cancer. Jim
met his best friend and right hand, Paula Holt Moseley while doing the
Parents Against Illegal Narcotics, started by Sheriff Bill Morris, and she
was the “Popcorn Lady” in the concession stand at Sheffield High School.
They married on January 19, 1972 at Kingsway Christian Church. He was
retired from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department as a Lieutenant in
1990. He began his career as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in 1970. After his
retirement, Jim worked for Pro Tech Security at Memphis University School,
and later for Wackenhut at First Tennessee Bank in Olive Branch. Jim was
a Charter member of the Poplar East Optimist Club for 30 years, serving
in many capacities on the club, district and international levels. He
served as Optimist Governor of the Tennessee District in 1982-83. Jim was
named Officer of the Decade by Memphis and Shelby County Bar Association
and was awarded the Most Outstanding Civic Club President by the Gavel
Club. When Poplar East disbanded, Jim joined the Curve Optimist Club, which
he was an instrumental part of building. Jim was also honored as one of
President George H.W. Bush’s Thousand Points of Light. Jim has served
as a Chief for the Neighborhood Watch at Plantation Lakes Subdivision
in Olive Branch. Jim was a member of Piperton United Methodist Church and
Unity Lodge. He was preceded in death by his parents, Cora Teague and
James D. Wilkinson, Sr., his two sisters, Shirley Wilkinson Lewis and
Bernice Wilkinson Walker, and a son, Randy Wilkinson. He is survived by his
wife, Paula and his son and wife, H. Kenneth and Jane Moseley, Oklahoma
City, OK; grandchildren, Andrew, Dustin and Devin Moseley and step-grand
children, Tara (Peter) Levinson, Tiffany (Jake) Bondurant and Ryan Trotter,
and five great-grandchildren, Tiara and Tasha Levinson and Bryce, Avery
and Taylin Bondurant.
Visitation will be Friday, October 26 from 5-8 p.m.; and funeral services
will be 10 a.m., Saturday, October 27, all at Memphis Funeral Home and
Memorial Gardens, 5599 Poplar Ave.
Interment with honors will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Online condolences may be made at www.memphisfuneralhome.net
Memphis Funeral Home And Memorial Gardens 5599 Poplar Ave. (901)725-0100
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 26, 2012

Oct 16th, 2012
View Guest Book PAT CROUCH SKINNER, 72, died peacefully Sunday, October 14, 2012 at
her home in Memphis, TN from breast cancer. She was preceded in death
by her husband, Raymond Skinner, daughter, Michele Crouch Newbern,
brother, Bill Guess and sister, Ethel Showen and Ruth Miller. Pat is
survived by sisters, Peggy Will and Shirley Kostelaz; daughter, Denise
Crouch Shafer; granddaughters, Tayler and Kelli Newbern; and great-
granddaughter, Lilly and beloved Poodle, Smokey.
The family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until service time at 2 p.m.
at Family Funeral Care on Thursday, October 18.
Family requests memorials be sent to WINGS Cancer Foundation.
Family Funeral Care (901)761-8000 www.familyfuneralmemphis.com
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 16, 2012 Print
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Oct 11th, 2012
      They have move Jim Wilkinsom to Hospice.
He is at Methodist Hospice, 6418 Quice Rd Room 9.

Oct 9 th, 2012
     Jim Wilkinson, husband to Paula "Candy" Wilkinson, has been in the
hospital for the last 3 weeks. He was being treated for Pancreatic Cancer
and has developed pneumonia . He has been in and out of ICU several times.
He is not eating well, and Hospice is being considered.
We need for you to add Jim and Paula to you prayers.

Oct 9 th, 2012
Amer_flag.gif - 3042 Bytes View Guest Book JOSEPH WALTER EATON, Alabama, Hartselle, Funeral service for Joe, 85,
was Friday, September 21, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Peck Funeral Home Chapel,
with Rev. Jack Bailey officiating and Peck Funeral Home directing.
Burial was in East Lawrence Memorial Garden. Visitation was held on
Thursday, September 20 from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Eaton died
on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at Decatur Morgan - Parkway. He was born
May 18, 1927, in Arkansas to Alton H. Eaton and Bonnie L. (Moore) Eaton.
Mr. Eaton was a member of Danville Baptist Church, was a retired Lt.
Commander, for the U.S. Navy, and loved fishing, hunting, and woodworking.
He loved his family dearly especially his grandchildren. He was stationed
at the Naval Base in Memphis for several years. Survivors include his
wife, Ramona Lee (Paul) Eaton, Hartselle, AL; one son: Mike Eaton,
(Karen), Hartselle, AL; four daughters: Aleta Haynes, Crossville, TN,
Angela Traylor, (Bryce), Decatur, AL, Melinda Steele, (Freddie), Decatur,
AL, and Robin Adams, Bryan, TX; two sisters: Hazel Parker and Martha
Carol, both of Hartselle, AL; 13 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were provided by the Military. Honorary Pallbearers were Shane
Eaton, Josh Haynes, Michael Eaton, Brian Mills, Bryce Traylor, Anthony
Hallmark, Freddie Steele and Derek Eaton.
Peck Funeral Home 1600 Hwy 31 SW, Hartselle, AL (256)773-2541 Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 3, 2012

Sep 26th, 2012
        Bill Lewis is in town, for surgery on his arm.
It's in-out surgery, and then the plan to visit his
daugther in Collierville

Sep 23th, 2012
Jim Wilkinson has been moved to ICU. He has developed
pneumonia. I talked with Candy today and
she said he was resting easy.

Mary Nell just got on the computer & had this email from Sue
Roberts about her husband. :

Just in case you haven't heard ! Charlie suffered a
stroke yesterday morning.....We do not know the damages yet..
From all that we have been told , it is not good. Feel free
to call for updates....If no answer, leave a message and I will
return the call when I return to the house.
Sue

Sep 19th, 2012
Jim Wilkinson is back in the hospital at Germantown Methodist
He is in room 318 N
He has been awfully sick since his last Chemo. treatment.
They have called in a gastrologist for further test.
Please keep this family in your prayers.

Sep 11th, 2012
     View Guest Book      PETERSON, Herbert , Jr. 78 of Kennesaw died Saturday September 8, 2012
at Harbor Grace Hospice in Atlanta. A memorial service will be held at
3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012 at First United Lutheran Church, 3481
Campus Loop Road, Kennesaw, with Rev. Anthony Prinsen officiating. Born
Aug. 4, 1934 in Memphis, Tennessee, Herbert was the son of the late Sarah
and Herbert W. Peterson, Sr. He moved to Georgia in 1964 and worked as an
engineer for A.T.& T. Herbert was a Christian, avid hunter and sportsman,
and member of River Bend Gun Club and the American Rifle Association.
He was married to Bernice A. Peterson who preceded him in death in 2001.
He is survived by his special friend, Patricia Merritt; 2 sons, Terry
Peterson (Deborah) and Alex Peterson (Duana), 3 daughters, April Hamby
(Mickey), Ginger Peterson and Mitzi Meyers Harris (Gordon); 6 grandchildren,
6 great grandchildren, 4 nieces and 1 nephew.

Arrangements are entrusted to Medford-Peden Funeral Home & Crematory, Marietta.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 11, 2012

Sep 8th, 2012
        I just talked with Tricia Merritt, and she informed me
that Herbert 'Pete' Peterson had passed away this morning.
The funeral will be in or near Atlanta GA.
As soon as I find more information, I will pass it on.

Aug 31st, 2012
Bill Goodwin's Blood count is low, and is feeling poorly.
The Family needs your prayer to find the source of the problem.
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Aug 30th, 2012
Email from "Candy"

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Good News
Hi Tech Class
God Is Good
Jim went to the Cancer doctor today and had a CAT scan,
followed by another Chemo.
I am thrilled to say that his tumor is shrinking and after
two more Chemo treatments, they want to do another CAT scan.
Your prayers do work, and we really appreciate them.
Jim and Paula "Candy" Holt Wilkinson

Aug 11th, 2012
good-news-new.gif - 25831 Bytes I received a call from Marion Graves Wed. morning & she wanted
to share with all of her Tech Classmates that have praying for
her & sending cards for the past year. The GOOD NEWS. She is
cancer free! !
Also thanks to everyone & keep the prayers going for her.
Mary Nell

July 20th, 2012
Amer_flag.gif - 3042 Bytes       Guest Book        Bill Guess, 79, of Memphis, passed away on Saturday, July 14,
2012. He was an Air Force Veteran and owner of Bill’s TV Sales and Service.
Bill was also an avid Memphis State Basketball fan. He was preceded in death
by his parents Walter and Kate Guess, as well as two sisters Ethel Showen
and Ruth Miller. Bill leaves his wife of 31 years Melinda, four daughters
Debbie Ruble, Sharon Richardson, Phyllis Sherman, and Rhonda Guess Morrow,
nine grandchildren, four great- grandchildren, and three sisters Pat Skinner,
Peggy (Guess) Will, and Shirley Kostelaz. The family will have a private graveside.
The family requests that any memorials be sent to the SPCA
.
Family Funeral Care (901)761-8000 www.familyfuneralmemphis.com
Published in The Commercial Appeal on July 20, 2012

July 13th, 2012
      View Guest Book       PAUL YARBROUGH, 83, of Memphis, passed away on July 11, 2012. He was
a retired Veteran’s Benefits Councilor with the State of TN and Federal
Government. Mr. Yarbrough was preceded in death by his daughter,
Regina Nell Yarbrough. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years,
Dorothy Jernigan Yarbrough, one son, Dr. Lowell Paul Yarbrough, two
brothers, Vernon and Bobby Yarbrough, and three grandchildren, Mason,
Madison, and Hanalise Yarbrough. The family will receive friends from
12:30 p.m. until service time at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, July 14, 2012 at
Memorial Park Funeral Home.
Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall", 901-767-8930.
Condolences may be offered at www.MemorialParkOnline.com
Published in The Commercial Appeal on July 13, 2012

July 6th, 2012
     We received Jim's first Chemo yesterday.
I guess it went as well as we expected.
He has the next one in two weeks.
Your prayers mean so very much to us.
Please keep them coming, and thanks for
the cards and phone calls.
Candy

June 23th, 2012
Telephone message from Trisca to-day about Herbert (Pete) Peterson
He's improving, but still in ICU. He has a 'trac' and is not able to talk yet.
She says the doctors says he's improving. He still needs your prayer support.
Candy talked with Sam Richard, and he's having troble with his medicine.
He also needs to be kept on your prayer list.

June 23th, 2012
We have just learned that my husband, Jim has been diagnosed
with Pancreatic Cancer. He will be having a test Monday to
determine how much Chemo he will need.
Please keep us in your prayers.
Paula "Candy" Holt Wilkinson

May 28th, 2012
The Latest news on Herb 'Pete' Peterson
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NEWS
      I spoke with Tricia last night,
Pete is improving, They are reducing his medicines slowly and
he seems to be responding. She says her 'text' time is all used up
with all the people checking on Pete, so info maybe slow getting to us.
She said, if we don't hear anything,,, it's GOOD NEWS!
Continue to keep him in your prayers!

May 28th, 2012
TO ALL CLASSMATES: THANK YOU
I would like to thank all the classmates and their spouses and friends for attending our 60th Class Reunion.
I feel it was a tremendous success and I wish to thank all of those who aattended.
God Bless you all, and please stay safe.
Paula "Candy" Holt Wilkinson

May 28th, 2012
         It was a PARTY!!
If you missed it,, You missed a good one!!
Friday night,, the BarBQ was great! We ate all we could and they begged us to eat more!
Every one that was 'someone' was there... We missed you!
Saturday night the buffet was loaded! Alex ward and his "Pig & Whistle" show was really great!
Brought back a load of memories

Jerry,, you and your committee did a bang-up job!
Thanks for the memories!!

May 23th, 2012
We need someone to help with sending birthday
card to our class mates for the months of JUNE and AUGUST.

Contact
Candy ( jimbowilky@centurylink.com )
Dan Goodwin ( mrsngoody@aol.com )
for details!


May 23th, 2012
Just talked to Tricia, about Herbert "Pete" Peterson. Pete Had heart surgury last Friday.
After the surgury, during the night, he tried to get up and fell! The doctors don't think
he hurt any thing about the heart, but he's having trouble breathing and they have him on a
breathing tube, He's only able to breathe at 50% on his own!
Tricia says he's a 'typical' male patient and is hard headed, so she got her hand full for now.
She's ask us to not call,, but to text her if possible, She's promised to keep me up
to date with text messages, and I will post them as soon as I get anything.
For now,, Please keep Pete in your prayers

May 21th, 2012
HWilliford.jpg - 27631 Bytes Visit Guest Book HAL WILLIFORD, 84, of Germantown, an avid golfer, died May 20, 2012. A graduate
of Messick H.S. and WWII Navy Veteran, participated in Atomic Bomb Test at Bikini
during Operation Crossroads. A member of Germantown Church of Christ, Tel Pioneers
of Amer., CWA Local 3806, and Memphis Sports Hall of Fame. Preceded in death
by parents, his brother, Dave, and four stepbrothers. Survived by his wife of
58 years, Carolyn Jones Williford; son, Hal, Jr. (Tina); two grandsons, Blake
and Brandon; sisters, Carolyn Collier (Doyle) of Batesville, MS and Liz Baker
of Germantown, TN; and stepsister, Maxine Cox of Memphis. Visitation is from
5-7 p.m. Monday, May 21, and funeral at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 22, both at Memorial
Park Funeral Home with burial at West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to Germantown Church of Christ Building Fund.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall", 901-767-8930.
Condolences may be offered at www.MemorialParkOnline.com
Published in The Commercial Appeal on May 21, 2012

May 20th, 2012
Email from Candy
Bill, I just received a message that Hal Williford passed
away this morning. Services will be made tomorrow.
Our sympathy and prayers to Carolyn and family.
Candy

Visitation from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 21
Funeral at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22,
Memorial Park Funeral Home on Poplar Avcnue

      Bill: Jim is in terrible pain, most of the time. He has
damaged his arteries in his chest, and nothing he
is taking is helping the pain.
Please keep him in your prayers.
Candy

May 18th, 2012
I talked to Trisa tonight (abt 7:00pm).
Pete was still in recovery but
the doctor said everything went as planned!
She said he would be in ICU for a few days
before moving him to a room.
He is at Park Ridge Hospital in Chattanooga, TN.

May 18th, 2012
Talked with Herbert (Pete) Peterson last night and found
out his going to have By-Pass Surgery today.
I plan to get more info later today, and will post
his room number and condition as soon as I get the info.

Mar 11, 2012
    Visit Guest Book      AMY P. DODSON, 46, of Memphis, passed away Sunday, April 1, 2012 at St.
Francis Hospital. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday, April 6 at Forest Hill
South with visitation Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. Burial will be in Forest
Hill South Cemetery. Ms. Dodson worked for Service Master in the American
Home Shield Corporation, call center. Her contagious smile and outgoing
personality was a joy to experience. To her friends she was a counselor and
mentor and cared for each one deeply. She leaves her parents,
Fred and Joyce Dodson; three brothers: Scott, Jeff (Dawn) and Dan
(Beth) Dodson; 1 niece and 4 nephews.

Forest Hill South Funeral Home 901-346-3250
Published in The Commercial Appeal on April 5, 2012

Mar 7, 2012
mmnicjel.jpg - 6403 Bytes Visit Guest Book Minnie Ivonne (Mosley) Nickell
Minnie entered into this world July 10, 1933 in Lampasses, Texas to proud
parents Judson and Ellen Moseley. They moved to California in the early
1940's where she lived the larger part of her life. She crossed over to be
with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at her home, surrounded by her family
after a lengthy battle with cancel on April 4, 2012 in Olivehurst, California.
Minnie faithfully and lovingly worked along side her husband Fred, a Pastor,
and was deeply loved by the congregations they served. Minnie is remembered
most for her beautiful smile, tender and compassionate heart and her love and
commitment to her husband, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren,
and above all, her love of Jesus.
She and her husband Fred loved just 'being together', doing things together
and being with their family, whom she adored. She did not require a lot of
material things to make her happy, just a lot of love.
She is survived by her husband and sweetheart Fred Gene Nickell, of fifty years;
two daughters Rowena Ivonne Fuhrer of Olivehurst, Rhonda Sue Peterson of Oroville;
and a son Charles Rhett Brown of Portland, Oregon; a sister Rena Mae McCaslin
of Palermo and a brother Rockey Moseley of Oroville; three grandchildren, Seth,
Amanda and Tamara' four great-grandchildren Stephan, Samuel, Seraphim, and
Damien Tristen. All of whom she cherished and adored.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Hollis and Otis Moseley, and two
sisters, Clova Lee Osborn and Cleo Reed.
If you were to ask Minnie her greatest desire she would, without hesitation,
say to know her family and friends all came to know and experience Jesus
Christ as their Lord and Savior. Nothing less would bring greater joy to her heart.
Her husband Fred, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren will miss
her earthly presence deeply. But know that she is in a far better place looking
eagerly to a home coming of her family and friends to know the joy and peace she
is now experiencing. (John 14:1-6)
A memorial service will be held Monday, April 9 at 11 a.m. at the Feather River
Baptist Church in Olivehurst. Pastor Charles Woods and Reverend Lyle Paul will
be officiating. There will be a viewing Sunday, April 8 from 3-6 p.m. at Lipp
and Sullivan in Marysville.
Donations may be made to the Fremont-Rideout Hospice, (530) 790-3006
or the Fremont-Rideout Cancer Center (530) 751-4070, www.fremontrideoutfoundation.org.

Mar 7, 2012
McCUISTION, John Henry: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Tampa Tribune, The (FL) - June 26, 2011
McCUISTION, John Henry, passed peacefully into the Lords care Tuesday,
June 21, 2011. He was born in Jackson, Miss., March 30, 1933, and grew up
in Memphis, Tenn. After serving his country in the U.S. Air Force, John
was hired by the Tampa Fire Department in 1958. After 22 years of service
to the community, he retired with the rank of captain. Capt. McCuistion
was chosen to command Tampa's first woman firefighter. John attended
Hillsborough Community College, St. Petersburg Junior College and University
of South Florida, and received degrees in fire science and fire
administration. He worked 10 years as a realtor for Century 21, deputy
sheriff at the Davis Island voting precinct and was an active member of the
South Tampa fellowship church. He is survived by his loving wife, Marlene;
son, John H. McCuistion III and his wife, Brenda, of Atlanta, Ga.; daughters,
Vicki Clairmonte of Tampa and Diane Sue Lewis and husband, Joe, of Gatewood,
Mo.; two grand-children, Ashley Clairmonte and Justin Lewis; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
A family service will take place at National Cemetery, Bushnell, Fla.
In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to American Cancer Society.
     

Mar 7, 2012
jwk.gif - 41402 Bytes Email from Jay Kennedy
This is my grandfather’s retirement from the Memphis Police Department.
He was also Tom Neely’s stepfather and Billie Jean Word (Neely/Faller)’s
father in law. Every time he cam to a tech football game he said he was
the only fan with a son and grandson in the game.
Jay Kennedy

Mar 7, 2012

         Bill - This afternoon I picked up the phone to call Minnie Moseley Nickell.
Her son, Charles answered the phone and we had a wonderful chat.
He told me that Minnie had passed away on Wednesday, April 4, 2012,
and was finally at peace with everything.
Charles was so happy I called and I told him that a Memorial would
be sent to St. Jude in her memory.
Candy

                         To All the Sunshine Ladies: Please have a blessed Easter
Mary Nell Parks McNeill
Peggy Guess Will
Billie Jean Word Neely Faller
Dot Gorman Hager
Beverly Agnew Haskins
Pat Humphries Miller

You girls really keep me going

Mar 7, 2012
      EMAIL From our SUNSHINE LADIES
      News that we would NOT be getting if not for this group of ladies!

From: will34@ptd.net
To: marynmcneill@aol.com
Sent: 3/30/2012 2:34:01 P.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: John McCuistion
Mary Nell, just wanted to let you know that I received a lovely letter today
from Marlene McCuistion informing me that John died on June 27, 2011 after a 16
month battle with cancer. Don't know if you or anyone else in our class knew
about Uncle John! I will now remove his name from our Birthday list.
Take care and God Bless. Hope your hand and other injuries are improving rapidly.
Have a Happy Easter if I don't get another chance to write.
Peggy

Mar 7, 2012
telephone.gif - 18896 Bytes After I read about the tornados hitting the Dallas area I called all our
classmates there. I'm happy to report all are safe although some spent time
in their closets until the all clear.
Please add Charlie Roberts to our Prayer List (Husband of Sue Farrow Roberts),
He is just out of the hospital with serious health problems.
Thanks,
Mary Nell Sunshine Com. at work

Mar 7, 2012
     Visit Guest Book      CATHERINE JUANITA WORD NOBLE, age 70, went to be with the Lord on the second
day of March, 2012 in Lakeland, FL. She was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church
and worked for the Memphis city school board for thirty-one years. She was
preceded in death by her daughter, Kimberly Noble Hellums; her parents, Clyde
Oscar Word and Juanita J. Word; her sister, Dorothy Lou Word Godsman and brother,
Clyde O. Word, Jr. She is survived by her daughter, Ann Noble Burke (Jeff);
sisters, Erma W. Vick (Jack) and Billie Jean Word Neely-Faller: as well as five
grandchildren and one great- grandson. Visitation will be from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday,
March 8 at Forest Hill East Funeral Home on Whitten Rd. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions may be made to Woodland Presbyterian Church, 5217 Park Ave,
Memphis, TN, 38119.

Published in The Commercial Appeal on March 7, 2012

Mar 3, 2012
It is with deep sympathy that I announce the death of Catherine Word Noble,
sister of Billie Jean Word Neely Faller.
Catherine passed away in Florida and will be returned to Memphis for
visitation and burial.
Her visitation will be this Thursday, March 8, 2012, at Forest Hill Funeral Home,
2440 Whitten Road, Memphis, from 3:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Her burial will be for the family only.
We extend our sympathy and prayers to the entire family.
Candy

Feb 26, 2012
Email from Candy

I learned today that Mary Nell Parks McNeill fell on her
side steps last night, trying to unload her car.
She called her son, Doug and was taken to the hospital
where they took 13 stitches in her hand and she will
probably have a black eye.
God Bless you MN Candy

Jan 30, 2012
From: Max & Sue Elkins
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Subject: Re: COACH JIM SIVERT
Coach Sivert is now at home recuperating and appears to be doing well.
However, his wife, Jackie, is now in the hospital due to a fall that
occured while he was in the hospital.

I spoke with Coach Sivert this morning and he said that they were still
running test and that it looked like she would be in there for a while.
Will try to keep you updated.
Max

Jan 18, 2012
Amer_flag.gif - 3042 Bytes       Visit Guest Book       James Leroy Wilson, 79, went peacefully to be with the Lord on Saturday,
January 14, 2012 at Methodist University Hospital, Memphis, after
having battled heart disease, diabetes, and prostate cancer for over
10 years. Lee served as an Army Ranger in the Korean War, and went
on to earn his BBA and MBA degrees from the University of Memphis,
where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. He was employed for 22 years
as an accounting manager for Grace Chemical Co. Over the next 17 years,
he was Vice-President of Finance for Vicon Corporation, Amsterdam,
Holland, and Comptroller for Moore & Sons, Southaven, MS. In later
years, he served as a tax examiner for the IRS until he retired for
health reasons. Lee will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 30
years, Barrye Wilson; daughter, Melissa Cole, Collierville; son, Lee
Hardy Wilson of Austin, TX; stepchildren, Lisa McGinnis, Memphis,
Randy McGinnis, Holly Springs; grandsons, Jacob Cole, Memphis and
Weston Cole, Mississippi State University, Starkville; step-granddaughter,
Teresa McGinnis Thomas, Murfreesboro, TN; sister, Sue Thomas Williams,
Horn Lake, MS. He was a member of Lindenwood Christian Church, Memphis,
since 1987.
The family will receive friends on Friday, January 20, from 5-8 pm.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 21, both will
be at Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens.
Interment with military honors will follow.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.memphisfuneralhome.net
Memphis Funeral Home And Memorial Gardens
3700 North Germantown Rd. (901)725-0100
Published in The Commercial Appeal on January 18, 2012

Jan 6, 2012
       Jan. 6,,,      25 years ago: 1987
Goodbye, Memphis Technical High School;
hello, "Comprehensive Pupil Services Center."
Tech will close at the end of the school year
and reopen in the fall as a special facility for pregnant students,
students with behavior problems and special education students
interested in vocational classes under a plan approved last night by
the city school board. The board approved the controversial proposal
6-3, despite attempts by board member Rickey Peete to prevent the
action and protests by area residents who fear "problem students" will
cause trouble.

Jan 2, 2012
From Kerry Chumney, Class of 56
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NEWS
     Hi Everyone!
I saw Sue Elkins today and she said that Coach Sivert
is in Baptist Memorial Hospital.
The address is: 6019 Walnut Grove Road, Room 3422, Memphis, Tn.
When I called Jackie, she requested no visitors for now. I am
sure he would like to receive cards. They are giving him
breathing treatments. Please keep them in your prayers.
Their home address is:
Coach & Mrs. James E. Sivert
4040 Altruria Drive
Bartlett, TN 38135

Jan 2, 2012
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NEWS
As you may know, our dear Mickey Irvin Hon passed away at the
end of the month. She will surely be missed by those of us who
kept in touch with her.
I am so happy to announce that Dot Gorman Hager is going to fill
Mickey's place on the Sunshine Committee.
These positions are hard to fill and I really want to thank Dot
for stepping up to the plate to help.
Happy New Year
Candy Holt Wilkinson, Sunshine Chairm

Jan 1, 2012
     Mildred “Mickey” Lucille (Irvin) Hon, 78, passed away
December 29, 2011 at St. Bernards Hospital in Jonesboro,
AR. She was born July 21, 1933 to the late Henry Clay and
Clara Irene (Broadway) Irvin.
She is also preceded in death by sister Tweekie Bickham.
She is survived by her husband Eldred Hon of Pocahontas, AR.,
one daughter Brenda Schlachter and husband Kelly Schlachter
of Mason, TN., two sons; Phillip Dollahite of Olive Branch,
MS., and Terry Dollahite and wife Debbie Dollahite of
Pocahontas, AR. Two grandchildren; Christopher Warren and
wife Erica Warren of Olive Branch, MS., and Jessica Holmes
and husband Stephen Holmes of Brentwood, TN. One sister
Corkey Mathews of Batesville, AR. Three step sons; David Hon,
Darrel Hon and Dennis Hon.
Services will be held in the Chapel of McNabb Funeral Home
Saturday, December 31, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. with visitation prior
to service from 10-12 p.m. Burial will follow in Masonic
Cemetery with Marion Stringer and Scott Wedding officiating.
Pallbearers include: Chris Warren, Joe Grider, Danny Rodgers,
DaWayne Anderson, Rick Broadway and Wayne Broadway

Jan 1, 2012

Happy New Year to All!
I'm starting a new page for "News & Gossip"
Anyone wanting to view the old stuff, and look at the bottom of the page for links
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