Bobby Taylor Jr., 23
Services for Bobby Joe Taylor, 23, of Smithland were conducted June 9 at Smith Funeral Chapel. Ronnie Hopkins officiated. Burial was at Taylor Cemetery.
Mr. Taylor died June 5 at 4:15 p.m. in Crittenden Co.
Survivors are his parents, Melinda Taylor of Grand Rivers and Bobby Joe Taylor of Smithland; his grandparents, Ester Koon of Grand Rivers and Ellis and Linda Hopkins of Ledbetter; several cousins, aunts and uncles.
He was preceded in death by a brother.
John Garrett, 74
John Garrett, 74, of Eddyville, formerly of Mt. Vernon, died June 9 at Caldwell County Medical Center in Princeton.
Mr. Garrett was a retired lineman for SIGECO, an Army veteran of the Korean War, and a past member of the American Legion.
Survivors are his wife, Dorothy Garrett of Eddyville; three sons, Dennis Garrett of Mt. Vernon, Ind., Donnie Garret of Poseyville, Ind., and Darryl Garrett of Eddyville; one daughter, and Debra Gose of Ashley, Ind.; one sister, Ethel Campbell of Poseyville, Ind.; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Albert and Clara Deadman Garrett; four sisters, and two brothers.
Schneider Funeral Home in Mt. Vernon, Ind., was in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Shonda Lee Ann McFarland, 17
Services for Shonda Lee Ann McFarland, 17, of Marion were conducted June 8 at Collier Funeral Chapel in Benton. Jim Mayhugh officiated. Burial was at Dixon Cemetery in Grand Rivers.
Ms. McFarland died June 5 at 5 p.m. in Dycusburg.
She had formerly attended Livingston Central High School.
Survivors are her parents, Charles Grundy of Smithland and Jerrie Renia (McFarland) Garrett of Marion; her stepfather, Carlos Garrett of Marion; one half brother, Christopher Grundy of Lyon County; one sister, Keisha Grundy of Marion; one half sister, Kayla Grundy of Paducah; her grandparents, Shonda Dukes and Willis Dukes of Smithland, Lois McFarland and Jimmy McFarland of Marion.
John F. Loftus
Services for John F. “Johnny” Loftus, 72, of Princeton were held on December 7 at 1 p.m. at Morgan’s Funeral Home in Princeton. The Rev. J. Bill Jones officiated, and he was assisted by the Rev. Tom Hughes. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Princeton.
Mr. Loftus was a retired employee of the Department of Highways, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, member of the First Baptist Church in Princeton, and Princeton Elks 1115.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John F. Loftus and Jane Rogers Loftus.
His survivors include his wife, Marjorie Hamby Loftus of Princeton; one brother, Jerry Loftus of Irving, Tx; one son, John H. Loftus of Princeton; one niece, Teri Loftus-Emery of Irving, Tx; and one nephew, Dr. Michael Loftus of Grand Prairie, Tx.