Mr. Jim Fieber Formerly of Louisville, MS – Jim Fieber, 81, passed away, on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at his residence, in Albany, OR. James Anthony Fieber was born February 17, 1931, in Toledo, Oregon to the late Dorothy Tindall and Anthony Fieber.
Mr. Fieber was a retired Green End Superintendent, retiring from Georgia Pacific in Louisville after 46 years. Mr. Fieber was a Communicant of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Louisville, MS. He was a Korean War Veteran of the U.S. Air Force. Mr. Fieber married Rosemary Johnson Williams Fieber March 8, 2000, in Prescott Valley, AZ.
Funeral Mass services will be Saturday, August 11, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. from Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Louisville, MS with the Father John Bohn officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery in Louisville, Mississippi.
Survivors include His Wife Rosemary Johnson Fieber of Albany, OR; three daughters, Gail Ratcliff of Hot Springs, Ark, Roxane Demboski of Keller, TX, and Tammy Ricks of Starkville, MS, One step-daughter: Jan Williams Peterson of Albany, OR; three sons, Tony Fieber of Philadelphia, MS, Randy Fieber of Austin, Ark, and Chad Fieber of Madison, MS, Two Step-Sons: Scott Williams of Albany, OR, and Gary Williams of Kingwood, TX; 14 Grandchildren and 7 Step Grandchildren; 8 Great Grandchildren and 4 Step Great Grandchildren; Three sisters, Carol Fieber Pietruska of Hebo, OR, Margie Fieber Darco of Portland, OR, and Joan Fieber of Toledo, OR.
Edward “Ed” Faurot Ethel Edward “Ed” Elric Faurot, 59, of Ethel, died Friday, August 3, 2012 at home. Visitation was Sunday, August 5 3-8 p.m. at Jordan Funeral Home in Kosciusko. Funeral services were Monday at Jordan Funeral Chapel with burial in Stonewall Cemetery. Rev. Charles Davis and Rev. Barry Corbett officiated.
Mr. Faurot was a graduate of Ethel High School and Mississippi State University. After 25 years teaching, he retired from the Winston Co. Vocational Center in 2006. Mr. Faurot was FFA Board President and member of the MS Forestry Association and Evergreen Church.
Survivors include wife, Darnell Price Faurot of Ethel; sons, Matthew Faurot of Philadelphia and Anthony Peavy of Huntsville, AL; sister, Mary Lou Faurot of Ethel; 4 grandchildren.
Pallbearers are Billy Don Baker, Scott Fleming, Greg Fulton, Steve Herrington, Patrick Landers, and Stacy Palmer.
Memorials may be sent to French Camp Academy or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Annie Ruth Smith Thames Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Ruth Smith Thames,61, were held on July 31, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at Beck Funeral Home in Louisville. Minister Willie Daniels officiated. Burial followed at Memorial Garden. Mrs. Thames died on July 26, 2012 at Regency Hospital in Jackson, MS.
Mrs. Thames was a homemaker.
Survivors include daughters, Andra, Stephanie, Sharica, and Tameka; mother, Pearlie Smith; sisters, Jonnie Ree Smith of East St. Louis, IL., and Sarah Smith of Louisville; brothers, Roy Lee Smith of Louisville; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and a host of nieces nephews and other relatives.
Beck Funeral Home of Louisville was in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Tennie Sheperd Aycock
Mrs. Tennie Sheperd Aycock, 95, died Monday, July 30, 2012 at her son’s house in McComb, Mississippi. Funeral services were held on Saturday, August 4th, 2012, at 1:00 P.M. at Porter Funeral Home, with Dr. Ed Waldron officiating. Interment was in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Tennie was born on January 14, 1917 in Newton, MS to William Brag Sheperd and Lottie Walker Sheperd. She was married to Charles Booth Aycock and became a farmer’s wife. In 1941 she and husband, “Charlie B” moved to Louisville. They operated the Rex Soda Shoppe, later owned the Palace Café, Aycock’s Drive Inn and lastly Aycock’s Café on Main Street.
She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Louisville for many years until moving to McComb where she moved her membership to Centenary Methodist Church. For the last eight years she lived at Aston Court Retirement Center in McComb, MS.
She was preceded in death by her husband “Charlie B”; her parents; 10 sisters; one brother; and a much loved grandson, Larry Booth Aycock, ll.
She is survived by one daughter, Charlyne (John) Demos, of Moraga, California; three sons, Wayne (Elaine) Aycock of Yazoo City, MS, Larry (Deborah) Aycock of McComb, MS, George (Cindy) Aycock of Sterlington, LA; and one sister- in-law, Nancy McCool of Louisville, MS.She was loved greatly by her children, 10 grand-children and many great-grandchildren.
The family wishes to express their deep appreciation to the staff at Aston Court for their loving care of “Miss Tennie” over the past eight years and to Hospice Compassus for their compassion and care to the family members and Mrs. Aycock.
Pallbearers were David Demos, Chris Demos, Steven Aycock, and Charles Aycock. To sign the guestbook, please go to www.porterfuneralhome.net. PAID OBITUARY
Mrs. Mavis “Eileen” Dalbey Nail
Mrs. Mavis “Eileen” Dalbey Nail, 74, died Sunday, July 29, 2012, at Select Specialty Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi. Funeral services were held at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, August 2nd, at Porter Funeral Home, with Rev. Mason Joy and Rev. Tommy Jones officiating. Interment was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Nail was born June 5th, 1938 in Mora, Minnesota. She was a homemaker, and a member of East Louisville Baptist Church. She was a former employee and long-time volunteer at the Winston County Library, and a member of D.A.R. She is survived by her mother, Winnie Obert Dalbey of Newport, Oregon; a daughter, Kathy (Larry Wayne) Tollett of Louisville, Mississippi; two sons, Richard (Melissa) Nail of Terre Haute, Indiana, and Jerry (Sandy) Nail of Starkville, Mississippi; two sisters, Marlys Peasley of Blackduck, Minnesota, and Claudia Peasley of Erhard, Minnesota; one brother, William Dalbey of Toledo, Oregon; and 3 grandchildren, Brandi Tollett, Jacob Nail, and Christopher “Topper” Nail.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James H. “Jim” Nail; a daughter, Glenda Sue Nail; and her father, Glenn Dalbey.
Pallbearers were Randy Hodges, Ladd Reynolds, Larry McCullough, Vic Romedy, Darrell Edmonds, and Frank Stewart.
Mrs. Glenderlyn Eiland
Mrs. Glenderlyn Eiland, 59, born June 26, 1953, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at the Winston Medical Center. Visitation was Friday, August 3, 2012, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. at Beck Funeral Home in Louisville, Mississippi. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Mount Pleasant No. 1 Missionary Baptist Church in Louisville, MS with Bishop James A. Lott, Jr. officiating. Interment was in Eiland Cemetery. Beck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Glenderlyn accepted Christ at an early age and was longtime member of Mount Pleasant No. 1 M.B. Church where she held several positions under the leadership of the late Pastor Johnny R. Cockrell. Later, she became a member of Kingdom Worship Center where she served faithfully until her homegoing.
Glenderlyn was a 1971 graduate of Louisville High School. She worked for Spartus, TRW, and Angelica for a number of years. She has been a dedicated and hard-working Department Manager for Wal-Mart Supercenter in Louisville, MS for the past twenty years.
Glenderlyn was married to Walter J. Eiland on December 16, 1976. They were married for 35 years. To this union two daughters were born, whom Glenderlyn loved and cherished. Glenderlyn was a strong, loving, and praying Christian woman. She touched many lives in her community and her workplace. Words cannot express how much and how deeply Glenderlyn will be missed.
Glenderlyn was preceded in death by her father Sykes Doss, her mother Ada Jackson, and her sister Ora Ashford.
Glenderlyn leaves to cherish her memories: Her husband Walter J. Eiland of Louisville, MS; two daughters, Chenikka (Kareem) Usher of Tallahassee, FL and Candace (Chandler) Smith of Louisville, MS; three brothers Howard Jackson and Robert L. Doss, Sr. both of Louisville, MS and Joseph Jackson of Chicago, IL; two sisters, Levora Ashford and Ceretha Jernigan both of Chicago, IL; two granddaughters Ariyanna Nunn of Louisville, MS and Camille Usher of Tallahassee, FL; one aunt Maggie Kincaid of Louisville, MS; one brother-in-law Tommie (Bernice) Eiland of Radcliff, KY; six sister-in-laws Frankie (Muldrew) Harris, Maxine Curtis, and Bertha Eiland all of Louisville, MS and Ruthie Mae (Willie) Macon and Hattie Eiland of Cleveland, OH and Maudie Eiland of St. Louis, MO and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. PAID OBITUARY