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Columbia County Burial Association
420 North Jackson
Magnolia , AR 71753
(870) 234-1010
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Henderson Morturary
614 Calhoun Road
Magnolia , AR 71753
(870) 234-5454
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Magnolia Memorial Park Cemetery
700 Columbia Road 61
Magnolia , AR 71753
(870) 234-3344
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Marks Funeral Home Inc
1392 South Jackson
Magnolia , AR 71753
(870) 234-2272
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Edith May Sheldon Pool - Daily Herald

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Jason, Timothy (Lillien) and Jonathan, and her 4 great grandchildren, Solmia, Emilio, Solomon and Crystabel all of whom she loved very much. Viewing will be held at Arlington Mortuary, 9645 Magnolia Ave, Riverside 92503, Thursday, Feb. 23, 10:00 - 11:00 am. Graveside Services will be held at Riverside National Cemetery, 12:00 pm, staging area #5.

Billy Dillard Barnett - Tulsa World

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
OU. He responded, “he’d just take what was first on the list (“A” for Accounting) since every day from then on was a blessing.” He graduated from OU in 1947 and went to work for Magnolia Oil Company in Alice, TX. Magnolia Oil later became Mobil Oil, and then ExxonMobil. Bill held various managerial positions in Falfurrias, Midland, Corpus Christi, and Houston, Texas where he retired in 1987 with 40 years of service. He served as a Municipal Judge during his retirement in Roman Forest, TX. Bill and Elvera relocated to Tulsa in 2009 to be closer to family. In 1948, Bill met the love of his life, Elvera Gertrude Wieland in Falfurrias and was married on November 26, 1949. Bill is survived by his wife Elvera of 62 years of marriage, son William Robert Barnett and wife Jennifer of The Colony, Texas, daughter Brenda Kay Barnett Bartlett and husband Rush Lloyd Bartlett of Tulsa, Oklahoma and grandchildren Rush Lloyd Bartlett II and wife Amy Elisabeth Ketcham Bartlett of West Lafayette, Indiana, Katherine Kayleah Bartlett of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kristine Klara Bartlett of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Elaine Ann Barnett of Denton, Texas. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister Beverly Ann McGahan, niece Cynthia Ann McGahan, and grandson William Steven Charles Barnett. Bill loved to hunt, fish, and attend his children and grandchildren’s sporting and academic events. Elvera had taught Bill to dance, and they spent enjoyable time sliding across the dance floor. They had an opportunity to hold each other dancing at their grandson’s wedding in Columbus, Ohio last July. He was a Vice President, President and Director of the 102nd Infantry Division Association (WWII) and served on the association’s board of directors for 10+ years. One of his special memories was getting to know the new members of the 102nd Infantry Division when they were reactivated in 2010 at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri where the “old soldiers” transferred the colors to the “new soldiers”. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm January 26, 2012 at the Porter Loring Mortuary, 1101 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX, 78212. Services will be at Porter Loring Mortuary on January 27, 2012 at 1:00 pm. Burial will be at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, TX, 78209 at 2:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, contributions could be made to the USO. Bill and Elvera always contributed to the USO as it provides a respite to the servicemen, and he remembered the great donuts they always seemed to have. Bixby Funeral Service 918-369-1700. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 1/22/2012. Copyright 2012 World Publishing Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Bingham Ray, Executive Who Championed Independent Films, Dies at 57

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
The words ‘fearless’ and ‘brave’ are tossed around a lot in our world, but that’s the only way to describe Bingham,” said Eamonn Bowles, the president of Magnolia Pictures. Mr. Ray helped create a business model in which art-house movies grew into a powerful economic and cultural force. He co-founded one of the first major indie distributors, October Films, in 1991, working with Jeff Lipsky in a house in suburban Los Angeles. October Films, along with Miramax Films and Sony Pictures Classics, was designed to snap up indie gems from festivals like Sundance and distribute them broadly, relying on guerrilla marketing campaigns and the Oscars to get them noticed. “Secrets & Lies,” directed by Mike Leigh, and Lars von Trier’s “Breaking the Waves,” both from 1996, were two of October’s biggest successes. October Films was also responsible for David Lynch’s “Lost Highway” and one of the first widely seen Iranian movies, “The White ... (New York Times)

Virginia Elizabeth Duff - Ennis Daily News

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Traffic Safety Committee, in 1955 she was appointed as one of a five-member committee of the House of Representatives to Investigate the Veteran’s Land Scandal of Texas.Miss Duff was an employee of Magnolia Petroleum, later Mobil Oil Company as a laboratory assistant in geophysical work from 1944 to 1976.In 1932 she became a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ferris where she served as Trustee, Elder and Clerk and in 1994 obtained a Texas Historical Marker, noting its founding in 1858.Her membership in civic organization include: organizing and past Regent of the Rebecca Boyce Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; Honorary State member of Delta Kappa Gamma; past Chairman of Ellis County Historical Commission; Director of Ferris Memorial Parks, Inc. for which she obtained the charter for the non-profit organization from the State of Texas in 1962; past President of Smith Cemetery Association; Member State Bar of Texas; Farm Bureau; Historic Waxahachie; Chautauqua Preservation Society; and Friends of the Texas State Cemetery where her cenotaph is located.Her honors include Ferris Citizen of the Year in 1998, and she is listed in Who’s Who in Texas, Who’s Who in American Women and Who’s Who in Texas Historical Society.She traveled extensively after the loss of her mother with the Citizens Club of Citizens National Bank of Waxahachie.She is preceded in death by her father in 1929, her mother in 1986, her brother James Farrar Duff in 1969, also by her grandparents, James Robert and Margaret Cockrell Duff, James Hans and Anna Marshall Farrar.She was a very devoted daughter, cousin, friend, and community advocate. She will be dearly missed by family, friends and all the lives that she has touched.Survivors include numerous cousins in the Duff, Farrar, Pratt, Orr Green, Kooken, Clopton and Prude families, early pioneers of Ellis County.Viewing will be held 6-8 PM Monday, January 16, 2012 at Green Funeral Home 207 S. Wood St. in Ferris, Texas. Funeral service will be held 2:00 PM Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at the First Presbyterian Church, 201 N. Church...

Milestones marked 2011 as great year - Madisonville Meteor

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Parker March March 8 – The Madison County Sheriff’s Department, Madisonville Police Department, Texas Department of Public Safety and Brazos County Special Crimes Unit executed a search warrant on Magnolia Street in Madisonville that resulted in a drug bust. Daniel Saunders was arrested and charged with possession and delivery of a controlled substance. Authorities discovered 10 grams of methamphetamine and three grams of marijuana in Saunders’ home. March 14 – Madisonville’s city council instituted a burn ban for the city to coincide with any burn ban issued by Madison County. March 19 – In Madisonville’s second drug bust in two weeks, the MPD and Madison County Sheriff’s Department joined DPS and the Madison County District Attorney’s office in a search warrant execution on Memorial Street. Large quantities of suspected narcotics and money were found. Rochelle Wheaton and Gay Johnson were taken into custody and placed under arrest. Wheaton was charged with manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance, while Johnson was charged with possession of marijuana. March 13 – Dan Kleiner joined The Madisonville Meteor as its new publisher. March 18 – The Madison County Fair began with its annual CPRA rodeo. The Fair lasted until March 26. March 22 – Rebecca Lazenby was crowned 2011 Madison County Fair Queen at the Madison County Fairgrounds. Obituaries – Billy Joe Wells, Dennis Ray Tunstall, Doris A. Jakobeit, Jennifer Lynn Counsil, Mary Wilberta Edwards, Donald Ray Lotts, Delore Jean Stapleton, Edward “Ed” Wilson, Alma Rogers Wooderson, Billie Jene Duncan, Stephan Strauss, Robert Lee Hazlett Jr., Helen Marie Tinkle, Margaret Evelyn (Walker) Woodside, Ramon Aldava, Mildred Eaves, Erin Erle Ivie, Mary Evelyn Manning, Mary Catherine Whitmire, John Wiley White. April April 9 – St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church’s parish hall was burglarized with $200 stolen in addition to damages. The names of the suspects were not released since they were minors. April 9 – Madisonville Little League opened up the 2011 season. April 23 – A safe in Midway’s Post Office was pulled out of the building causing approximately $10,000-20,000 in damage. There were no suspects at the time. April 25 – Ruth Closs retired as municipal judge and justice of the peace for Madison County. April 26 – Lew Plotts was sworn in as Madisonville’s new municipal judge. April 29 – Madison County Relay for Life’s all-night event took place at Madisonville CISD’s football stadium. Obituraries – Paula Elayne McKnight Reed, Van Hulon Rigby, Bennie Albert Souther, W.T. Middleton, Sally Ann “Burtis” Lindsey, Carmen Jett, John Franklin Clifton Sr., Garvin Feral Shiflet, Willie Joe Lucas, Mary Frances “Jackson” McVey, Buster Gayle Reid, Alma Pauline Klenk Hilburn, Katheryn (Dew) Berry Andrews, Campbell Stell Moore, J.M. Steward. May May 7 – The Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemens Association had its 71st Annual Steak Dinner & Dance. May 7 – The Glover Family Rodeo took place at the Madison County Fairgrounds for the second time since 1999. May 11 – The Harlem Wizards, an entertainment basketball team, played against Madisonville Fellowship of Christian Athletes players in an FCA fundraising game. May 14 – Russell Bailey, Lois Brown and Debra Drake were re-elected to two-year terms on the Madisonville city council. May 23 – County commissioners lifted the burn ban on Madison County. Obituaries – Louise Orr, Wilbert Harrison Jr., Early Ray McVey, David Bryan Bates, Gerald...

Death notices, Nov. 9, 2011 - Pensacola News Journal

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Church. Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel is directing. WELCH Stevenson Thomas Welch Jr., 68, of Montgomery, Texas, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday at Klein Funeral Home in Magnolia, Texas. WILLADSON Steven Michael Willadson, 61, of Pensacola died Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011. Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements. Obituaries and photographs submitted to the Pensacola News Journal may be published, distributed, repurposed and otherwise used in print, electronic and other media platforms.

Meyer Kreisberg (AUGUSTA, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Gilliann. Funeral Services were held Friday, September 16, 2011 at the Adas Yeshurun Synagogue in Augusta, Georgia. He was laid to rest in Magnolia Cemetery beside his beloved wife, Estelle, who passed away on June 1, 2007, six weeks prior to their 65th wedding anniversary. Memorial contributions may be made to the Adas Yeshurun Synagogue 935 Johns Road, Augusta, GA 30904 or the Augusta Jewish Community Center 898 Weinberger Way, Evans, GA 30809. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-September 17, 2011 ...

McCoo

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
Rayford Walker, Barry Dillard, Kenneth Brooks, Bobby Earl Wilson, and Andrew Hall. Honorary Pallbearers are The McCoo grand boys. Mrs. McCoo was born August 22, 1939 in Mount Vernon to Leamon and Magnolia (Evans) Roberson. She graduated from the Denton I.S.D. in Mount Vernon and Booth Cosmetology School in Mount Pleasant. She retired from Pilgrims Pride Corporation after 45 years of service. She was a member of the Mt. Gilmore Baptist Church and was the owner of Tiny Toys Daycare. She is survived by seven sons and four daughters-in-law, Ronnie and Tena McCoo of Mount Pleasant, Herbert McCoo of Clarksville, Gregory and Jackie McCoo of Longview, Anthony and Gretchen McCoo, Daryol McCoo, Donald and Danielle McCoo and Mercer McCoo all of Mount Pleasant; a daughter and son-in-law, Octavia McCoo Sanders and Andrew Sanders of Mount Pleasant; 42 ... (Daily Tribune)




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