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Louisiana, Ouachita Parish Obits, Week of August 28, 2003

Posted By: LouisianaGuy
Date: Monday, 28 January 2008, at 6:23 p.m.

Louisiana, Ouachita Parish Obits, Week of August 28, 2003

Harry Wayne Addison
Harry Wayne Addison, 82, passed away Aug. 24, in Monroe after a lengthy illness.
He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Lillian Coates Addison, who as he put it, "deciphered my hastily scribbled recollections of yesteryear and did it patiently at an indifferent typewriter."
He is also survived by his three children, Kathy Addison Schendle and her husband Robert Nathan Schendle, Judy Addison Moore and her husband Richard Keith Moore, and Mark Todd Addison and his wife Angela Ratcliff Addison; seven grandchildren, Addison Coates Moore, Taylor Charles Moore and his wife Amanda Steelman Moore, Margaret Schendle Derry and her husband Joel Brian Derry, Robert Fenner Schendle, John William Addison, Meredith Kathleen Addison, and Daniel Gregory Addison; a great-grandchild, Robert Fenner Derry; a brother, Carl Addison and a sister, Betty Reid, as well as numerous other family and friends.
The family would also like to recognize Loretha Alexander for her unending love and compassion to "Mr. Harry" during his illness and Mr. Jerry Hightower for his continuing support and friendship. His son, Harry Wayne Addison, Jr. preceded him in death.
Mr. Addison was a wonderful husband, father, and friend. Everyone who met him was instantly taken in by his piercing blue eyes and wide smile. The family often joked that going anywhere with "Pa" would take forever because he would stop and talk to everyone he saw. But that was part of Harry's charm.
A noted and gifted writer, Mr. Addison authored three great books, Write that Down for Me Daddy, RFD #3, and Mama Was a Con Man, Papa Was a Christian. He also spent many years traveling the south as a guest speaker. Hearing Harry speak was a treat; his humor and wit will go unmatched. Before his literary fame, Harry served his country in the United States Marine Corp, where he was a member of the 4th Infantry Division fighting on Iwo Jima in World War II as a forward observer and field sergeant. He was a witness to the raising of the American flag that historical day and was awarded the Bronze Star for bravery.
After the war, Harry came back to Louisiana to raise his family and start his career. For many years he was employed by People's Homestead Bank as Branch Manager where he received recognition for his service. He also spent many years in real estate and was the co-owner of Addison-Moore Realty. Harry loved to buy and sell houses, an obsession that would find his family often packing their bags for another move. His family often jokes that they have lived on every street corner in Northeast Louisiana. He also was a member of the famous ROMEO club(Retired Old Men Eating Out), which still meets today and where he will be deeply missed. "Pa" was also an incredible gourmet cook. His homemade pizzas and chili were favorites not only at home, but also at hunting camps all over the south. An avid fitness buff, Harry was often seen pumping iron and hitting the streets for a jog.
He was a lover of life and of God. A devout Christian, he was a member of Parkview Baptist church for 40 years where he served as a deacon. Harry was a frequent contributor to the church bulletin, where his words of faith would inspire many. He served as a member of the Monroe Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Lotus Club, Louisiana Real Estate Commission, Northeast Louisiana Realtors Association, Northeast Louisiana Board of Realtors, and Tuesday Morning Prayer Group. He was also recipient of numerous awards and recognitions.
To know Harry Addison was to love him. Many of his charitable gifts were anonymous. He was known to give money to strangers, never asking for anything in return. Anything someone admired of Harry's often became theirs without a word. An eccentric, Harry lived life to the fullest. His energy, his strength, and most importantly his stories will be truly missed. We love you, Pa. Thanks for writing it all down.
The funeral services were held at Aug. 26 at Parkview Baptist Church, with Dr. Mike Hamilton officiating. Burial will be in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road.
Pallbearers were grandsons: Addison Moore, Robert Schendle, Taylor Moore, John Addison, and Daniel Addison. Honorary pallbearers will be Jerry Hightower, H. T. Garner, and Jack Dew.

Merilyn Marie Hammons Antley
Services for Merilyn Marie Hammons Antley, 60, of West Monroe were held Aug. 15 at Ceder Crest Baptist Church in West Monroe with Rev. Greg Clark and Rev. Charles Davis officiating.
Interment was held at the Downsville Cemetery in Downsville under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home.
Antley was born Oct. 6, 1942 and passed away Aug. 13. She was employed by Bancroft Bag, Inc for 26 years. She was also a member of Ceder Crest Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her father, Purvis Hammons.
Survivors include her mother, Verlin Roberts Hammons; sons, Steve Antley and wife Linda, Eric Antley and wife Amy; six grandchildren, Ashley, Ashtyn, Jordyn, Austyn, Tyler and Sydney; brother, Tod Hammons and wife Barbie; niece, Stephanie Hammons Turnbow and nephew, Anthony Hammons.

James H. "Nick" Evertt
Services for Mr. James H. "Nick" Everett, 80, of Monroe, were Aug. 25, in Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with Pastor Jack Fry officiating. Burial was in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Everett, an elder in the Westlakes Seventh Day Adventist Church, died Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center. He was a World War II Navy veteran and an accountant, who had worked for IMC for over 25 years.
Survivors include his wife, Rosalie "Bee" Everett of Monroe; son, Nicky Everett and wife Jeanene of Alabaster, Ala.; granddaughters, Angela Everett and Megan Chatham; and sister, Charlotte McDonald of Arlington, Texas.
Pallbearers were Stan Hargett, Orie Hatten, John Kinnaird, Will Kinnaird, Edward Horne, and George Carso.

Tina Marie Hill
Graveside Services for Tina Marie Hill, 25, of West Monroe were held Aug. 21 with Rev. John Dalilio officiating.
Burial was in the Twin City Memorial Garden under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in West Monroe.
Hill died Saturday due to injuries sustained from a boating accident. Tina loved to fish and be outdoors. She was employed at Cartown Used Cars.
Survivors include her father, Granville Hill of Monroe; mother, Peggy Frith and husband Kenneth; brothers, Daniel Hill and wife Christie, Joseph Hill, Ryan Thomason; sisters, Christy Evans and husband Chris, Leslie Hill all of West Monroe, Ashley Telano of Delhi; grandparents, Daniel and Margueritte Shandy; and nephews, Blake Burrows, Christopher Evans and Claudia Evans.

Mr. Cecil C. Hobbs
Mr. Cecil C. Hobbs, 85 of Farmerville, were held Aug. 22, with Graveside service at Walnut Grove Cem. West Monroe with Rev. Charles Tolbird under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in West Monroe.
Mr. Hobbs died Wednesday Aug. 20, in Monroe.
Mr. Hobbs was a retired farmer, and a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II. Mr. Hobbs was preceded in death by his parents, Homer & Nora Caples Hobbs. a brother, James Victor Hobbs, and a sister, Opal Winslow.
Survivors include his daughter, Phyllis Boggs & husband Jackie of Farmerville; son, Gary Hobbs & wife Theresa of West Monroe; sister, Claudine Hogge of West Monroe; Numerous nieces & nephews; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Kathy McCarter
Kathy McCarter, 64 of West Monroe were held Aug. 24 at Kilpatrcik Funeral Home in West Monroe with Rev. Hubert Morris officiating.
Interment was held at the Twin Cities Memorial Gardens in West Monroe under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in West Monroe.
Mrs. McCarter died Thursday, Aug. 21, in West Monroe.
Survivors include her daughters, Pam Van Tassel of Ohio, Terri Lites of West Monroe; mother, Katie Funderburk of West Monroe; grandchildren, Sherry Ladd, Derek Van Tassel, Tonya Dean, Justin Gilmore, Shelly Lites; great grandchildren, Darryl Edgar, Klage Edgar; brothers and sisters, Bobby Funderburk of Mer Rouge, Shelby Funderburk of Calhoun , Jim Funderburk of Farmerville, Vikki Nobles of Start, Ricki Connerly of West Monroe

John L. Morgan
Services for Mr. John L. Morgan, 77, of Monroe, were, Aug. 24, in Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with Rev. Julie Deschner officiating. Interment followed in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Morgan died Saturday, Aug. 23, at St. Francis Medical Center after a lengthy illness.
He was born on Jan.28, 1926, in Star City, AR, the seventh child of Oscar and Carrie Morgan. He moved to Monroe, in 1945 where he began a career as an automotive body technician that lasted 45 years. He retired in 1990 from Rivers Ford.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Janice; parents; three brothers, Van, Sam, Richard Morgan; and sister, Lelan Edwards.
Survivors include his daughter, Alicia Wallace and her husband, David of Youngsville; son, Bud Morgan and his wife, Bendetta of West Monroe; grandsons, Eric Wallace, and Brad Morgan; granddaughter, Torey Morgan; three sisters, Leo West and her husband Morris; Lera Wynn and Lela Cook all of Star City, AR; three sisters-in-law, Margie Morgan of Star City, AR; Linda Lively and her husband Glen of Crowville; and Alice Rickerson of Alexandria; brother-in-law, Emmett Richardson and his wife Francis of Winnsboro; and numerous nieces and nephews.
We want to thank all of our friends and family for the help you provided daddy this past year.
Pallbearers were Eric Wallace, Brad Morgan, Sal Pitarro, Kenneth Bridges, David Lee Spencer, and Curt Adams. Honorary pallbearers will be J.W. "Buster" Landrum and John Marin.

Ava Gray McCarty
Services for Mrs. Ava Gray McCarty, 86, of Monroe, were Aug.26, in Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with The Reverend Canon Gregg L. Riley officiating. Burial was held in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. McCarty, a registered nurse, died Friday, Aug. 22, at Cornerstone Hospital.
She was a member of Grace and St. Alban's Episcopal Churches, and Porcelain Art Guild. She was a former member of Ouachita Parish Medical Society Auxilary, French Club, Monroe Garden Club, and African Violet Club where she was past president,. She was a graduate of Charity Hospital School of Nursing in New Orleans.
Her husband, Dr. F.E. McCarty preceded her in death.
Survivors include her children, Denver and Judy McCarty of Corinth, TX, George and Vicky McCarty of Monroe, and Mary Sue McCarty of Dallas, TX; grandchildren, Ashley McCarty of Corinth, TX, Denver G. McCarty, Jr. and wife Kelly of Lewisville, TX, Craig McCarty and wife Regina of Monroe, and Jackie McCarty of Houston, TX; and great-granddaughters, Savannah McCarty and Ava Marie McCarty.
Pallbearers were Denver G. McCarty, Jr., Craig McCarty, Mike Savage, Bud Crow and Dr. Ralph King.

Leonard Moore
Graveside services for Mr. Leonard E. Moore, 82, of Monroe, were held Aug. 22, in Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel, with Rev.. William L. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe.
Mr. Moore was born in Blytheville, AR, on May 18, 1921, and died Aug. 20, following a lengthy illness.
He was a member of Lakeshore Baptist Church and served in World War II in the 134th Inf. 35th Div and was a POW of the German government from Dec. 31, 1944, to April 17, 1945. He was a member of Iron Workers Local #710.
His parents, Alex and Betty Moore of Bastrop, and a granddaughter, Donna Moore Davis of Downsville, preceded him in death.
Survivors include his wife, Hildred Meeks Moore of Monroe; children, Linda Moore Campbell of West Monroe, Leslie H. Moore of Bastrop, Brenda Moore Harrison of Kentwood, Leonard A. Moore of Monroe, and Nancy Moore Slade of Mt. Hermon; sisters, LaVerne Moore Case of Monroe and Loyce Moore Fontenot of Rockwall, TX; 9 grandchildren; and 14 great grandchildren.

John L. Morgan
Services for Mr. John L. Morgan, 77, of Monroe, were held Aug. 24, in Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with Rev. Julie Deschner officiating. Interment followed in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Morgan died Saturday, Aug. 23, at St. Francis Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was born on Jan. 28, 1926, in Star City, Ark., the seventh child of Oscar and Carrie Morgan. He moved to Monroe, in 1945 where he began a career as an automotive body technician that lasted 45 years. He retired in 1990 from Rivers Ford. He was preceded in death by his wife, Janice; parents; three brothers, Van, Sam, Richard Morgan; and sister, Lelan Edwards.
Survivors include his daughter, Alicia Wallace and her husband, David of Youngsville; son, Bud Morgan and his wife, Bendetta of West Monroe; grandsons, Eric Wallace, and Brad Morgan; granddaughter, Torey Morgan; three sisters, Leo West and her husband Morris; Lera Wynn and Lela Cook all of Star City, AR; three sisters-in-law, Margie Morgan of Star City, AR; Linda Lively and her husband Glen of Crowville; and Alice Rickerson of Alexandria; brother-in-law, Emmett Richardson and his wife Francis of Winnsboro; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Eric Wallace, Brad Morgan, Sal Pitarro, Kenneth Bridges, David Lee Spencer, and Curt Adams. Honorary
Pallbearers will be J.W. "Buster" Landrum and John Marin.

Beulah Alice McElduff Savage
Beulah Alice McElduff Savage, "Aunt Mack", 82 of Monroe were held Aug. 23, at Kilpatrick Funeral Home Chapel West Monroe with Rev. Carl Norris officiating.
Interment was held at Cartwright Cem. In Choudrant under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in West Monroe.
Mrs. Savage died Wednesday, Aug. 20, following a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Savage was preceded in death by her parents, Oscar & Perlina McElduff, sisters, Lois McELduff Crow, Nora McElduff Jinks, Erie McElduff Simmons, and Mary Elduff, brothers, Jim, Gail, Jessie, Albert, & Frank McElduff.
Survivors include two special nieces, Nellie Spillers, Judy Simmons; many other nieces & nephews and special friends, Pete & Mary Kavata.
Pallbearers were her nephews.

Stephen Alan Sivils
Services for Stephen Alan Sivils, 26, of Monroe, were held Aug. 22, in Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel, Sterlington Road, Monroe, with Rev. Wesley Pittman and Rev. Herman Savoy officiating. Burial was in Loch Arbor Baptist Church Cemetery.
Survivors include his parents, Veda and Leon Sivils; daughter, Bailey Meredith; girl friend, Brandy Meredith; brothers and sisters-in-law, Brian and C.J.. Sartor Sivils and D. Keith and Daphnie Sivils; sisters and brother-in-law, Delia K. and Jeffery McNew and Regina "Regi" Sivils and her fianc�', Bobby Wilder; nieces and nephews, Trey Meyer, Ashley Meyer, Whitney Sivils, Lindsey Sivils, Garrett Sivils, and Seth McNew.
Pallbearers were Keith Sivils, Brian Sivils, Eric Moore, Chris Brown, R.B.. Garza, and Brandon Strickland.

Marshall Fotch Roy
Services for Marshall Fotch Roy, 84, of Monroe were held Aug. 14 a the College Town Assembly of God Church with Rev. Shirley Davidson and Rev. Tom Turnbow officiating.
Interment was held at the Monroe Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in Monroe.
Roy was born Feb. 23, 1919 at Mangham and passed away Aug. 12 in West Monroe.
Roy served in the U.S. Army during WWII in the seventh armored division where he received a purple heart. He was a retired courier for First National Bank in West Monroe. He will be remembered as being a devoted loving husband, father and grandfather. Roy attended Assemblies of God.
Survivors include his wife, Alpha Roy of Monroe; children, Marshall Roy Jr. and wife Patsy of West Monroe, Ann Roy Gallien and husband Kenneth of Eros, Steve Roy of West Monroe, Dean Roy Sr., and wife Trish of West Monroe, Becky Roy Plunk; 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Roy's grandsons, Johnny Miller, Dean Roy, Jr., Jonathan Roy, Kaleb Roy, Mitch Roy and T.J. Roy.

Ruth Linton Tharp
Services for Mrs. Ruth Linton Tharp, 64, of Monroe, were held Aug. 22, at New Light Baptist Church, with Rev. Tom Tynes officiating.. Burial will be in New Light Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe.
Mrs. Tharp, was a member of New Light Baptist Church, died Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2003, at her residence. She had served as a Radiation Therapist at St.. Francis Medical Center for 40 years. She was preceded in death by her mother, Belle Harris.
Survivors include her husband, Tommy Tharp of Monroe; daughters, Tomi Tharp of Eros and April Tharp of Monroe; father, George Harris of Columbia; brothers, Carson Linton and wife Olleal of Baker, Pirl Linton and wife Sue of Clarks, and Donnie Harris and wife LaDean of Baker; sisters, Jean Dunn and husband Dennis of Columbia, Connie Smith and husband Jerry of West Monroe, Hattie Strickland and husband Ronnie of Jefferson, GA, and Barbara Ferrington and husband Carl of Columbia; and special friends, Barry, Brenda, and Brett Turner of Eros.
Pallbearers were Patrick Smith, Tommy Tharp, Bobby Skeen, Brett Turner, Mike Dunn, and Doyle Linton.

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