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Wife of Roy Martin Anderson
Mulhearn Funeral Home Sterlington Road, Monroe, LA The funeral service for Linda Sue Anderson will be 10:00 A. M. Saturday, May 8, 2010, at New Chapel Hill Baptist Church in West Monroe, LA. Services will be conducted by Rev. Tuck Roberts, assisted by Rev. Charles Dupree. Interment will follow at New Chapel Hill Cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe. Linda Sue Anderson of Wilhite, LA went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on May 5, 2010, after a 17 ½ year battle with Multiple Myeloma. The Lord cured her of her cancer when he took her home to Heaven. Linda Sue was a very successful wife and mother. Always putting her family first. She was Co-founder of Cowboy Trailers. Linda Sue was the bravest and strongest person ever, always concerned with other people's problems instead of her own. Her accomplishments were many. Linda Sue was a member of New Chapel Hill Baptist Church. Linda Sue leaves to cherish her memory: her husband of almost 43 years, Roy Martin Anderson; three sons and their wives: Hank & Diane Anderson, Brian Keith & Cheryl Anderson, and Jeffery Glenn & Brandi Anderson; six grandchildren: Martin Anderson, Hunter Anderson, Colt Anderson, Kealee Sue Anderson, Brooke Lynn Anderson, and Breanna Anderson; sister, Mary Francis Young; brother, John Luther Jones; special sister-in-law (of the same name), Linda Jean Anderson; and a multitude of friends and love ones. Linda Sue never met a stranger. Pallbearers: Jeffrey Williams, Alan Breithaupt, Brian Rogers, Cary Tarver, Denious Jacobson, and Joby Jones. Visitation will be Friday, May 7, 2010 from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe, LA. The family wishes to express a special thanks to Dr. Bart Barlogie and staff at the Myeloma Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas; also to all the wonderful nurses and employees for the wonderful care and friendship for many years. Their kindness will always be remembered and appreciated. Donations can be made in Linda Sue's name to The Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy @ 4301 W, Markham St. / slot #816 Little Rock, Arkansas 72205 or the Gideon Memorial Bible Fund c/o Larry Hogue, 114 Arlington Place, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 to be used for purchase of bibles. Online Registry/Condolences: www.mulhearnfuneralhome.com Originally published May 07, 2010.

Weldon Hamilton

Mother of Sara Johnson
Mulhearn Funeral Home West Monroe, LA Graveside services for Mildred Gill Johnson, 94, of West Monroe will be held at 2:00 PM Monday September 8, 2008 in the chapel of Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum with Rev. Scott Holder officiating. Interment will follow at Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Johnson was a teacher for Ward 5 in Caldwell Parish. She was a founding member of CrossPoint Church in Monroe. Mildred graduated from Louisiana Tech University. She is preceded in death by her husband, H.B. Johnson; and nine brothers and sisters. Survivors include her daughters, Edna Johnson and Sara Johnson; numerous nieces and nephews and her beloved cat, Beebop. Honorary pallbearers will be R.D. Johnson, Harvey Arrant, Ricky Pierce, Darrell Arrant, Bill Price, Adam Arrant, Wes Pierce, Max Foster, and Royce Johnson. Visitation will be from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM Sunday at Mulhearn Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to CrossPoint Church, P.O. Box 1144, West Monroe, LA 71294. Online Condolences/Registry: www.mulhearnfuneralhome.com

Mother of Jerry Garlington
Mulhearn Funeral Home Sterlington Road, Monroe, LA Funeral services for Mrs. Gloria Garlington, 85, will be at 10:00 AM Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at First Baptist Church of Swartz with Rev. Ken Evans officiating. Interment will follow at Loch Arbor Baptist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Garlington passed away on Saturday, August 9, 2008. She was a life long member of First Baptist Church of Swartz. She was a member of Home Extension Club. She was a retired employee of United Gas Company. Survivors include sons, Art R. Garlington and wife Vicki and Jerry Garlington; grandchildren, Rob Garlington and wife Tara, John Garlington, Walt Garlington, and Katie Garlington Maxwell; great grandchildren, Garret, Abbey, Ella, and Alexa Garlington; nieces, Sandra Fowler Morris and Julie Fowler Daigle; nephew, Danny H. Carter. Pallbearers will be Rob Garlington, John Garlington, Walt Garlington, David Manning, Richard Hill, and Phillip Hill. Visitation will be from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM Monday, August 11, 2008 at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe. Special thanks to Helen Carlisle. Online Registry/Condolences: www.mulhearnfuneralhome.com.

Father of Gary Armstrong
Kilpatrick Funeral Home West Monroe, LA Funeral services for Mr. G.T. Armstrong will be held Monday, January 7, 2008, at 10:00 AM at the Collegetown Assembly of God Church with Pastor Jim Ragsdale and Pastor Dan McClure officiating. Interment will follow in Monroe Memorial Park under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of West Monroe, LA. G.T. "Big Daddy" Armstrong left this world for his Heavenly home on January 5, 2008. At the time of his death, Mr. Armstrong was in the Cornerstone Rehabilitation Hospital in West Monroe, LA. He was 86 years of age, born December 17, 1921, in Winnsboro, LA, and had resided in Monroe, LA, since 1960. Mr. Armstrong was a World War II veteran and founder/president of Armstrong Builders, Inc., of Monroe, until his retirement in 2001. He was a long time member of Collegetown Assembly of God Church, where he served faithfully for many years as a Bible teacher and deacon. Mr. Armstrong is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George T. Armstrong, a stepmother, Claudia Armstrong, and a sister, Nellie Armstrong Bozeman, all of Winnsboro, a brother, Allen Armstrong, of Silsbee, TX, and a grandson, John Timothy Graves, of Monroe. He is survived by his wife, Linda Armstrong of West Monroe, and her children and grandchildren Shanna Sanders and husband, Steve, and their children Gavin and Mary Ella, all of West Monroe, as well as four children: a daughter, Janis (Jan) McDonald and husband, S.T., of Winnsboro, and their children, grandchildren and great grandson Denise Hardy and husband, Davis, and their sons, Dave and Derek, of Monroe; Johnette Quijas and daughter, Victoria, of Alexandria; Jennifer Tarver and children, Jon and Sara, and grandson, Nathaniel, all of West Monroe, and Carol McDonald of Monroe; a son, Gary Armstrong and wife, Sheila, of Monroe, and their children and grandchildren; Kathy Lewis and sons, Brandon and Dylan, Mark Armstrong and wife, Jenifer, and their sons, Caleb and Colby, all of Monroe, and Lisa Spillers and husband, Chad, and their daughter Amilee, of Baton Rouge, LA; a son, Randy Armstrong and wife, Tracy, of Farmerville, and their son Brian Armstrong and wife, LeeAnn, of Creedmore, NC; a daughter, LaTisha Lux and husband, R.J., and their daughter, April, all of Monroe; and the mother of his four children, Nell Armstrong Russell, of Gilbert, LA. After graduating from Winnsboro High School and serving in the US Army during World War II, Mr. Armstrong returned to Winnsboro and opened the Four Way Café on Prairie St. He attended carpentry school at night on a G.I. Bill while operating the café. After completing his carpentry training, he sold the café to the Hammons family and entered the field of construction work. He worked for several different contractors for many years in Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas, gaining the knowledge and experience to eventually return to Louisiana where he accepted an offer to join his first cousin's company, Armstrong Construction in Monroe. After several years with that company, in the early 1970's, Mr. Armstrong established his own construction company in Monroe, Armstrong Builders, Inc. Some of his children, Randy and LaTisha, and LaTish's husband, R.J. worked closely with their father until his retirement in 2001. At that time, they purchased the company and continued its operation. Mr. Armstrong's legacy as a commercial builder continues through his children's efforts to date. G.T. Armstrong was a tower of strength to those who knew him well. His unwavering faith in his God and his church saw him through many of life's trials. Even when his physical strength failed him in recent years, his prayers remained vibrant and faith filled. His last blessing of the family meal on Thanksgiving, 2007, was unchanged from life-long, previous family gatherings. He first thanked God for giving his Son, Jesus Christ, for his salvation and that of his children and grandchildren. Then, he thanked God for one more opportunity to be with his extended family and asked God's blessings to be on them all. Finally, he thanked God for the food that He had so "graciously provided" that it might be a "nourishment to our bodies that they might be used for Your service" – same prayer, same God, same daddy, same "Big Daddy". He will be sorely missed by all, but we rejoice with him as he rejoices with his Lord and Master in his eternal home. Pallbearers are: S.T. McDonald, R.J. Lux, Mark and Brian Armstrong, Davis, Dave, and Derek Hardy. Honorary pallbearers are: Tim Ross, Melvin Crawford, Joe Hooter, Roy Cumpton, Robert Townsend and Jerry Smead. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to his caregiver, Elois Browhow, for her devoted and loving care prior to his death. Visitation will be held on Sunday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM at the Kilpatrick Funeral Home of West Monroe, LA. Online condolences may be sent to www.kilpatrickfuneralhomes.com.

John Earl Moore - 2007
John Earl Moore, 60, died Wednesday, December 26, 2007, at home surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Visitation will be Friday, December 28, 2007, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Runge Funeral Home, 838 E. Kimberly Road, Davenport. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 29, 2007, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 121 W. 12th St., Davenport. Born in Monroe, Louisiana, on December 18, 1947, John was proud of his southern heritage. One of his proudest moments was graduating from Louisiana Tech University with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He was married shortly thereafter on August 14, 1971, to Barbara Moore nee Brewer), the love, anchor and passion of his life. The two would spend their lives together raising the other joys of his life-their four beautiful children. John and Barbara moved to Iowa in 1974, and John spent eleven years working for Eagle Signal. He also completed his MBA. Following this, John went on to proudly serve as a civilian in the U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command of the Rock Island Arsenal for 22 years. He retired in November 2006. John was a proud citizen who took an active role in his community. He was on the vestry and served as chalice bearer at Trinity Cathedral Episcopal Church for many years. He also served as a volunteer marshal for over ten years at the John Deere Classic golf tournament. A lover of history, John made sure to incorporate education into each summer's family vacation, often making long detours to show his children important American landmarks. John was a devoted husband and father who took an active role in the lives of his children. He often volunteered on extended camping trips for his sons' Boy Scout Troops 90 and 43 of the Illowa Council. He loved playing golf with his sons. He taught all his children how to play softball, served as a children's softball coach and was head umpire. One of John's fondest memories was of a recent fishing trip he took with his youngest son, David, to Northern Minnesota, where he showed David how to catch his first Walleye. The twilight hours of John's life showed his dogged determination and love of life. He beat odds and surprised renowned experts with his capacity to shrug off his illness and continue living. Even after the disease made speech and walking difficult, John continued to play his favorite game, dominoes, and continued to frustrate his children by winning. John is survived in loving remembrance by his wife, Barbara; his two sons, David Moore of Davenport, Iowa, and Brian Moore and wife Angela of Minneapolis, Minn.; his two daughters, Jeannette Sample and husband Todd of Minneapolis, Minn. and Stephanie Moore Gadzik and husband Michael Gadzik along with two grandchildren, Meredith and Henry Gadzik of Appleton, Wis.; his three brothers, Fred Moore, Jr., Kenneth Moore, and Michael Moore, all of Oak Ridge, La.; and his parents, Fred, Sr. and Viola Moore of Oak Ridge, La. John was preceded in death by his brother, Charles Richard. The family asks that remembrances be made in his name to the Northwestern Memorial Foundation in support of brain tumor research, 676 N. St. Clair, Suite 2050, Chicago, IL, 60611. Published in the Quad-City Times on 12/28/2007.

Mulhearn Funeral Home
Sterlington Road, Monroe, LA
Funeral services for Marilyn Veneda Maxwell, 60, of Monroe, will be held Monday, September 3, 2007, at 10:00 AM in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with Rev. Mike Holloway officiating. Interment will follow in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Ms. Maxwell passed away Wednesday, August 29, 2007, at St. Francis North Hospital after a long fight with her illness. Everyday was a struggle of life for so long. She is now in peace as our Heavenly Father promised. She was a 1966 graduate of Ouachita High School becoming valedictorian. She received her degree from Northeast Louisiana State University in psychology and Masters at LSU Baton Rouge. She was a very intellectual intelligent person. She was administrator of the Louisiana Eighth District Substance and Alcohol Abuse Program Clinic. She was instrumental in forming the Substance Abuse Clinic in Houston's Methodist Hospital. She had a very strong sincere love for animals. Ms. Maxwell was raised in the Baptist faith of the First Baptist Church of Monroe, later in life changing her faith to the Episcopal Church. She is preceded in death by her grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Townsend Jennings; grandfather, Iley Jennings; grandmother, Genver Thornhill Maxwell; grandfather, Jessie Maxwell; a very special aunt, Violet Jennings Crabb; aunt, Myrtle Jennings Stewart; and stepfather, C. L. Logan.
Survivors include her mother, Blondell Maxwell Logan; father, Aubrey Maxwell; uncles, Bill Crabb of Houston, TX, and Travis Maxwell of Monroe; one very special cousin, Brenda Sue Maxwell Milton; special cousin, Max Maxwell of Houston, TX presently in Norway; and cousins, Barry Crabb and Kimberly Crabb Lamon of Houston, TX. Pallbearers will be Bryan Milton, Jared Milton, Josh Milton, Brandon Milton, Steve Maxwell, and Nathan Maxwell. Visitation will be Sunday from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM and Monday from 9:30 until service time at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe. The family wishes to extend Special Thanks to one very special cousin, Brenda Sue Maxwell Milton, who helped and cared so much during this time of illness. Thank you, thank you Brenda from the heart. You're so special. Special humble thanks to Dr. David Barnes for his long service to Marilyn; and in appreciation and thank you to Dr. Barron with Dr. Leary's office. Dr. Barron, a kind and humble of pride man, we thank you. Online Registry/Condolences: www.mulhearnfuneralhome.com

Thos. Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors
Hendersonville, NC
Isabelle W. Layburn, 82, of Hendersonville, North Carolina died Tuesday, July 31, at Four Seasons Hospice Elizabeth House after a lengthy illness. Born in DeLand, Florida, she was a daughter of the late Charles Douglas and Mary Tribble Waring. She was raised in Metuchen, New Jersey, and had lived in Monroe, LA for 26 years and Lakeland, FL for 6 years before moving to Hendersonville, NC in 1984. Starting as a Brownie Scout in 1932, she spent over 40 years with the GSA. She was a 1947 graduate of Douglass College for Women (now a branch of Rutgers University). She had worked for the department of Social Services in Florida as a social worker for 6 years and retired before moving to Hendersonville. A very active member of St. James Episcopal Church in Hendersonville, she was also a member of the Order of the Daughters of the King, the Episcopal Church Women and volunteered at the Thursday Thrift Shop.
Mrs. Layburn is survived by her husband of 60 years, Donald W. Layburn, Sr.; five children, Donald W. Layburn, Jr. of Hendersonville, Bruce W. Layburn of Harvey, LA, Meribeth Fisher of White Plains, New York, Robert D. Layburn of Sanford, FL and Linda J. Douglas of Monroe, LA; a sister, Jane Lewis of East Haddam, Connecticut, 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held 2:00 PM Saturday, August 25, 2007 at St. James Episcopal Church. The Rev. Joel Hafer will officiate. Burial will follow in the church memorial garden. The family will receive friends in the parish hall of the Church following the service. Memorial contributions may be made to Four Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care, 571 S. Allen Rd. Flat Rock, NC 28731 or to the St. James Memorial Garden Fund, 766 N. Main St., Hendersonville, NC 28792. Thos. Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors & Cremation Memorial Center is in charge of arrangements. An online register book is available at www.thosshepherd.com.

Jerry Winston Bennett
Posted May 20, 2007

Funeral services for Mr. Jerry Winston Bennett, age 60, will be held Friday at 2:00 May 18, 2007 in the Chapel of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of Monroe, LA with Rev. Rayland Trisler and Rev. Oda (Tuck) Roberts officiating. Interment will follow at Monroe Memorial Park under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of Monroe, LA. Mr. Bennett was born February 08, 1947 in Monroe, LA and went to meet the Lord on May 15, 2007 at his home in Monroe, LA. He was a life long resident of Monroe and a graduate of Ouachita Parish High School. Jerry was the owner of Bennett Roofing Inc. of Monroe, LA for the past 35 years. Jerry was a member of New Hope Baptist Church. Jerry coached recreational baseball for over 15 years and loved all the boys and girls he coached and they loved him right back. He was an avid sports fan and loved the Ouachita Lions. He never missed one of his sons football and baseball games while he played for the Lions and most recently has enjoyed going to his Grandsons baseball and football games at Ouachita. His Grandchildren, Ashton, Kendyl and Cole, he was their number one fan. He enjoyed fishing and hunting with his family and friends. Jerry never met a stranger and could always make you laugh. The family wishes to express their gratitude to all the caring and compassionate nurses on the 4th floor of St. Francis North and to Medi Star Home Health for their loving care especially Don and Regina. To Dr. Leary, Donna, Sue and Sally, and to Dr. Anders, and Dr. Sarama and their entire staff, thank you for all your concern and care you have given Jerry in the past months. Jerry's family extends their grateful thanks to the many friends and prayer warriors for their loving support during Jerry's courageous fight with cancer. Jerry will be deeply missed by his family and the many friends whose lives he touched along the way. Jerry was passionate about his family and to his family he was larger than life!! He was preceded in death by his parents, Winston and Vivian Bennett and his Father In Law, Sherwood Futch. Jerry is survived by his wife and high school sweetheart of 39 years, Sandra Futch Bennett; daughter: Shawn Marie Bennett Patton and husband, Shane; son: J.J. Bennett and wife, Summer: grandsons: Cole Hemphill and Ashton Bennett; granddaughter: Kendyl Patton; sisters: Sandra Perritt and Melba Cumpton: brother: Wallace Bennett; brother-in-law: Gary Futch and wife, Henrietta; mother-in-law: Marie Futch; many nieces and nephews and two faithful canine companions: Buddy and Duke. Pallbearers will be Sig Gorman, David Beezley, Henry Hays, Don Perry, Arthur Earl, Ken Malone, Kevin Futch, and Greg Futch. Honorary Pallbearers will be Grandson Cole Hemphill, Gary Breland, Jack Earl, Chris Price, Clay Hust, Adam Coco, Eric Roberson and the men and women of Jerry’s Sunday School Class. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the New Hope Baptist Building Fund or the Louisiana Cancer Foundation. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.kilpatrickfuneralhomes.com.

Mulhearn Funeral Home - Monroe, LA
Funeral services for Mr. James Robert Hale, 57, of Monroe will be at 10:00 AM Monday, November 28, 2005 in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe with Reverend Collin Wimberly officiating. Interment will follow in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
James Robert passed away at home on the 24th of November 2005. He is a native of Monroe who graduated from Ouachita Parish High School and attended Northeast Louisiana University. He was an Eagle Scout and a Vietnam Veteran. He served in the U. S. Navy for fifteen years and was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with an Oak Leaf Cluster. James was employed by the U. S. Army Corp of Engineers.
James Robert is survived by his wife of thirty-two years, Peggy Sue Duke Hale of Monroe, LA. Their children, Bonita Hale Herring and husband, Morgan, Captain Polly Hale Petersen and husband, Christopher of Destin, FL, James Robert Hale, Jr., and Rebecca Hale Dannehl and husband, Josh; grandchildren, Brianna, Alissa, and Caela Dannehl, Emma and Delaney Herring, and Hale Petersen; parents, James E. and Pauline Hale; brother, Steven Todd Hale and wife, Kathy, aunt, Mary Kelley Lyne, niece, Amanda Hale Whitlock, nephew, Robert Todd Hale, and great niece, Allison Whitlock.
Pallbearers will be Jimmy Hickey, Skeeter Boyd, Steve Tolson, Gary Breland, Jerry Garlington, Larry Vanderberg, Gary Armstrong, and Carry Walker.
Visitation will be Sunday from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe.
The family request that any planned memorials be sent to the American Heart Association or the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home.

Alvin R. Hamilton Sr., 56
April 15, 2004

Alvin Ray "Cajun" Hamilton Sr. of Monroe, owner and operator of A.R.H. Trucking Co., died Tuesday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home, Monroe.
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Posted on March 4, 2003 - The News-Star - Monroe LA
Services for Mrs. Ethell Inez Ainsworth, 92, of West Monroe will be held March 4, 2003 at 2:00 P.M. in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home in West Monroe with Rev. George Bonner officiating. Burial will be in the Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery in Monroe.
Mrs. Ainsworth died March 2, 2003 at the Glenwood Regional Medical Center in West Monroe. Mrs. Ainsworth was a long time resident of Monroe, LA.
Survivors include daughter, Barbara Curtis of Prospect, KY, son Russell Ainsworth of Monroe, LA, grandchildren, Amy Curtis of Louisville, KY, Angela Zay of Desmoine, Iowa, Renee Dozier of Willmington, North Carolina and two great grandchildren, sisters, Hazel Thorton, Irene Case, both of West Monroe, LA and Ruth Hogg of Grayson, LA.
Visitation will be from 1:00 P.M. until service time Tuesday.

Posted on March 17, 2003 - The News-Star - Monroe LA

Services for Mr. Joseph T. Lofton, Sr. will be held Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 2 P.M. at Lea Joyner United Methodist Church with Reverend Joe Solomon, Isaac Patton, and Weldon Bares officiating. Burial will be at Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum.
Mr. Lofton went to meet the Lord on Saturday, March 15, 2003 at St. Francis Medical Center of Monroe. He was born May 22, 1927 and would have been 76 this May. Mr. Lofton is the former owner of Lofton's Wrecker Service. He was a member of Lea Joyner United Methodist Church, The Order of Eastern Star, Louse L. McGuire Chapter. He was a Shriner in Barak Temple and a member of the Provost Unit, Graham Surghnor #383 F&AM Monroe, Knights Templar #007 of Monroe, Veterans of Korean Conflict, Life Time and Full Member of Am Vets Post #5 of Monroe and Columbia.
He is preceded in death by his parents John M., Sr. and Maude Lofton, sisters Ella Mae Wiggins, Lorraine Plunkett, Lottie Linder, brother John M. Lofton Jr. and wife of 47 years Katye Accardo Lofton.
He is survived by five daughters Kay and husband Ted Davidson, Connie and husband Charles Scarbrough, Carmen and husband Louis Redden, Kim and husband Lonnie Johnston, Keisha and husband Curtis Sain. Three sons Joseph (Jody), Jr. and wife Mary Lofton, James (Mickey) and wife Angie, John Wayne and wife Rose. Sister Aline Simmons. 11 grandchildren and 17 great Grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews and Special friend Pansy Moore of Bastrop.
Pallbearers will be grandsons Michael Lofton, Ted Davidson, Jr., Tim Davidson, Chad Johnston, Shane Scarbrough, Bailey Sain, James Traylor, and Buddy Frost. Honorary Pallbearers will be members of the Barak Shine Temple and Am Vets.
Visitation will be on Monday, March 17,2003 From 5 P.M. until 9 P.M. and on Tuesday 9 A.M. until 12 noon at the funeral home and from 1 P.M. until service time at the Church .
Memorials can be made to the American Heart Association, LifeShare Blood Center, Shriner's Burn Hospital for children in Shreveport or your favorite charity.

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