Louisiana, Ouachita Parish Obits, Week of July 1, 2004
Ellen Marsue "Sue" McGraw
Services for Mrs. Sue McGraw, 74, were July 1 in the Mulhearn Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. John White officiating.
Burial followed at Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
McGraw was a member of Parkview Baptist Church and worked for 41 years in the banking profession. She was also a charter member of the North Monroe-Lakeshore Lioness Club.
McGraw is preceded in death by her 1st husband R.P. Moore and brother Thomas McKinley. Survivors include her husband Charlie L. McGraw of Monroe; daughters Faye Moore and husband Bruce of Arlington, Texas; Beada Jinks and husband Carey of Monroe; Krisan Bryant and husband Mike of Monroe; brother Franklin McKinley of Cedar Vale, Kan. and wife Pat; sister Joy Dell Crow of Bastrop; grandchildren Ellen and Brittany Moore of Arlington, Texas; Richard Jinks of Monroe, Josh Bryant and wife Tara of West Monroe, Pamela Bryant of Monroe: stepchildren, Charlie McGraw and wife Sharon of Marion: Brenda Hubanks of Monroe: Sonny McGraw and wife Phyllis of Monroe, Wayne McGraw and wife Beth of West Monroe, Brian McGraw and wife Lisa of Wylie, Texas: grandchildren, Stevie and Dusty Hubanks, Allison McGraw, Justin Callicott, Allen and Sean McGraw: great-grandchildren, Jacob and Dustin.
Pallbearers were Sonny McGraw, Charlie McGraw, Wayne McGraw, Brian McGraw, Dusty Hubanks and Luckie Nappier.
Mary Elizabeth (Webb) Magnon
Services for Mrs. Mary Magnon was July 1 in the Chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home with Rev. Warren Eckhardt officiating. Interment followed at Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Magnon was born in Utica, Miss. on May 29, 1905 and has been a resident of Monroe since 1933. Mrs. Magnon was a faithful member of North Monroe Baptist Church and a devoted person to her Lord, her family and her church. She loved sewing, crochet and enjoyed making pretty gifts for others. Children and missions were dear to her heart all her life.
Magnon is preceded in death by her beloved husband of 52 years Edwin (Ed) Magnon; parents, Henry S. and Addie M. Webb and brothers, C.K. Webb, Clifton Webb and Joe S. Webb; sisters, Marguerite Page and Polly Wardlaw. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law Merilyn and Bill Hanewinckel of Monroe; sisters-in-law, Althea Lentz of Florence, Ky. and Lena M. Webb of Shreveport and a number of special nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Jim Hutchison, Jim Hood, Roy Evans, Bill Matkins, Don Beach and Bob Lewter. Honorary pallbearers were Rodney Salmon and Clarence Powell.
Sybil Corene Greenlee
Funeral services for Mrs. Sybil Corene Greenlee, 90, of West Monroe will be July 2, 2004 at the Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel in Monroe with Rev. Wesley Pittman officiating. Entombment will be in the Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum.
Greenlee died June 30, 2004 at the Glenwood Regional Medical Center.
Greenlee was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church in West Monroe. She was a bookkeeper for Central Bank for many years. Mrs. Greenlee loved her cats, arts and crafts and reading her Bible. She is preceded in death by her husband C.J. Greenlee, and daughter Jerrie Cahue.
Survivors include her granddaughters, Laura Hiatt, Deloris Kinch, and Paulette Greenlee, grandson, Joel Cahue, nephews, Jack Dalby, J.L. Dalby, niece, Docia Dalby, and six great nieces and nephews.
Hope R. Mapes
Services for Mrs. Hope R. Mapes, 84, of Monroe were June 28 in Mulhearn Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel, with Rev. Jayne Trammell-Kelly officiating.
Burial was in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, Sterlington Road, Monroe.
Mapes, a member of Memorial United Methodist Church, died June 24, at her residence. She retired from E.A. Conway Medical Center after 25 years of service in the Administration Office.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Michael L. and Margaret A. Daniels of Orlando, Fla.; grandsons, Marcus A. Daniels of Tahoe, Nev. and Jon T. Daniels of Orlando, Fla.; granddaughter, Debbie Burris of Tucson, Ariz. and four great grandchildren.
Henry "Mark" Young
Funeral services for Henry "Mark" Young, 42, of West Monroe were July 1, at McClendon Baptist Church, West Monroe. Officiating was Rev. Rick Crandall and Associate Pastor James Gardner. Interment was at Roselawn Cemetery, Calhoun Under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home, West Monroe.
Mark was employed with Entergy for 23 years. He was a member of McClendon Baptist Church of West Monroe. Mark graduated from West Monroe High School in 1980. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. Mark will be remembered as a loving son, husband and father.
Survivors are his wife of 22 years: Rita Young; son: Bradley Young; daughter: Katie Young; parents: Henry and Evelyn Young; brothers: Neil "Joe" Young and wife Melanie; Curtis Young and wife Kathy; Sister: Yvonne Hires; brothers and sisters by choice: Clyde and Cindy Self, Buddy and Sherry Stokes, John and Liz Self and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Paul Messer, John Ross, Harold Pickering, Brent Guillory, Jacob Self, Jared Self, Chris Young, Jake Young, Zach Young and Cory Young.
Honorary pallbearers were Entergy Co-workers.
Mavis Lee Lenard Myers
God opened his arms to welcome home a gracious lady, "Nannie" as she was known by her family was a blessing to all lives that she touched while on earth. She was always willing to give more than one could receive whether it be in spirit, labor or finances. Nannie was one of the oldest charter members of Luna Assembly of God Church. She was a dedicated Sunday School and Bible School teacher. Mrs. Myers received several awards at church for attendance and dedication.
Myers was a retired dietary manager of Pinecrest School. She also served as commissioner of elections for 30 plus years. This lady always showed a Godly spirit whether you met her through work, church or as a friend.
She was preceded in death by her spouse, Burton Myers, her parents, 6 brothers and 5 sisters.
She is survived by one daughter and son-in-law: Kressie and Irvin Crowell of Eros; two sons and daughter-in-laws: Brinkley and Sylvia Myers of West Monroe, Bristol (Pick) and Anita Myers of Bastrop; two granddaughters and their husbands; Julie and David Campbell of West Monroe, Carla and Sheldon Thornell of Eros; seven grandsons and their wives: Leonard and Dolly Myers of West Monroe, Marlon and Conni Myers of West Monroe, Tommy and Judy Younse of West Monroe, Carl and Charlotte Myers, of West Monroe, Carlton and Misty Brodnax of Swartz, Bentley Brodnax of Mer Rouge, Dustin Brodnax of Bastrop; ten great grandchildren and one great great grandchild; one Godchild: Jolene Martin of West Monroe, as well as a host of nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Leonard Myers, Marlon Myers, Tommy Younse, Carl Myers, Carlton Brodnax and Sheldon Thornell.
Honorary pallbearers were Joey Myers, David Campbell, Bentley Brodnax, Dustin Brodnax.
Funeral services for Mrs. Monk, 66, of West Monroe were June 26 at Kilpatrick Funeral Home, West Monroe. Interment was at Riverview Cemetery, Monroe. Officiating was Rev. Joe Solomon under the direction of Kilpatrick's in West Monroe.
Monk died Thursday, June 24, in West Monroe.
Monk was a member of Lea Joyner United Memorial Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Monk; mother, Elizabeth Davis; and a brother, Presley Isom.
Survivors are son: James Monk of Atlanta, Ga.; sister; Virginia Meeks of West Monroe; brother: Jimmy Davis of Ohio; and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Ralph Romans, Dusty Boyett, Jerod Romans, John Salas and Lewis Ellis.