Charlene Senter Glasgow
April 18, 2013
Services for Charlene Senter Glasgow , 96, were April 24, 2013, at
Coleman Funeral Home in Ackerman.

She was born in Fulton to the late Alfred Richard and Maudena
Sheffield Senter. Mrs. Glasgow established and taught one of the
first kindergartens in the area, was director of the Appalachian
Project and was a longtime member of Ackerman Methodist Church. She
died April 18, 2013.

Survivors include her children, Roselyn G. Bryant of Evans, Ga.,
Felicia G. Butler of Riverview, Fla., Dr. Thomas S. Glasgow of Oxford
and Dr. Richard M. Glasgow of Slidell, La.; a sister, Sue Wiygul of
Fairfax, Va.; 11grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Joyce Sue Patridge
April 14, 2013
Services for Joyce Sue Patridge, 63, were April 17, 2013, at Wise
Funeral Home in Eupora with the Rev. Charles White officiating.
Burial was in Spring Valley Cemetery in Mathiston.

She was born in Starkville to Gladys and the late Ottis Latham. Mrs.
Patridge was a restaurant manager for many years and a member of
Spring Valley Baptist Church of Mathiston. She died April 14, 2013,
at her home in Maben.

Survivors include here mother, Gladys Latham of Eupora; four sons,
Kenny Mann and Russell Davis of Maben, and Shannon Mann and Danny
Mann, of Liberty, Texas; a daughter, Kimberly Gee of Ackerman; two
brothers, Tommy Latham of Mathiston and Jimmy Latham of Eupora; two
sisters, May Medders and Peggy Dobbs of Eupora; 13 grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Terry Gore, Brandon Holland, Jasper Irwin, Josh
Latham, Dylan Mann and Anthony Shurden.

Sue Jean Shaw

Sue Jean Shaw Edmonds, 79, passed away on April 19, 2013 at OCH
Regional Medical
Center in Starkville, MS. She was a homemaker and loved the Lord.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James Walter Shaw and Mary
Romay Holloway Shaw; and her husband, Thomas B. Edmonds, Jr.

She is survived by her son, James T. Edmonds; sisters, Wally Breland
of Maben, MS, Mary O. Edwards of Houston, TX, and Joyce Frances
Childress of Stewart, MS; brother, Charles Edward Shaw of Maben, MS;
two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Visitation for Mrs. Edmonds was held Sunday, April 21, 2013 from
1:00-2:00 p.m. at Welch
Funeral Home, with the graveside following at 2:30 p.m. in Memorial
Garden Park Cemetery in Starkville. Rev. Bob Whiteside conducted the

Mrs. OIllie Bailey Griffin
Eupora, MS

Mrs. Ollie Bailey Griffin, 91, homemaker, died April 6th, 2013 at
North Ms. Medical Center in Eupora. Funeral services were held
11:00AM Tuesday, April 9th at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel with burial
in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Rev. Dale Strickland officiated.

Pallbearers were Mike Cresap, Lester Card, David Morelan, Charles
Blackston, Craig Oswalt and Mitch Leflore.

Mrs. Griffin was a member of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lee Roy Griffin.

She is survived by 2 sons, James (Bessie Dell) Griffin, Eupora, Ms.
and Kenneth (Sandra) Griffin, New Albany, Ms.; 4 adopted daughters,
Marty McNalley, Arlington, Va., Faye McKee, Starkville, Ms., Pat
Heath, Collierville, Ms., and Donnie Blankenship, Columbus, Ms.; 5
grandchildren, and several great and great great grandchildren.
Oliver Funeral Home of Eupora was in charge of all arrangements.

Mrs. Emma Lou
Fulgham Nickels
Mathiston, MS

Mrs. Emma Lou Fulgham Nickels, 88, died Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at
Rush Specialty Hospital in Meridian.

She was a homemaker and a gifted artist. She painted the scenery
on the baptistry at Double Springs Baptist Church where she was a
member. Her artwork is still being used today in the church bulletin
at Double Springs.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Nickels; two
sons, Randy and Kippy Nickels.

Funeral services were 2:00 pm Friday at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel
with burial in Double Springs Methodist Cemetery in Oktibbeha County.
Rev. Dale McAnnaly officiated. Visitation was Thursday, 6:00 pm until
8:00 pm at the funeral home.

Survivors include her daughter, Sandy (William) Black of
Mathiston; sister, Jessie “Jett” Fulgham of Mathiston; 4
grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild.

Pallbearers are Dennis Black,Jamie Black, Donald Peterson, Dale
Ray, C. J. McAnnally, Chris McAnnally, Dusty Wright
Oliver Funeral Home of Eupora is in charge of arrangements.

W.D. Pollan

W.D. Pollan, 73, of Jacksonville, Arkansas passed away April 1,
2013. He was born on April 16, 1939 in Eupora, Mississippi.

Mr. Pollan was a very dedicated man. He loved his family and enjoyed
spending time as a Scoutmaster with Troop 128. He also loved to play
Table Tennis, having been a member of the National Table Tennis
Association. After serving his country for 22 years in the Air Force,
he went on to work 22 more years with the Veterans Administration.

Mr. Pollan was preceded in death by his father, Irvin Poll of
Eupora, Mississippi; his mother, Peggy Prescott Pollan Potter,
Crossett, Arkansas; and his brother, Jimmy Pollan of West Point,

Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Mary Stanley Pollan,
Jacksonville, Arkansas; two sons, James Pollan (Julie) of Searcy,
Arkansas and William Pollan (Carlyne) of Melbourne, Florida; two
grandchildren, Alex Pollan and Hailey Pollan of Melbourne, Florida;
his brother, Jerry (Shirley) Pollan of Eupora, Mississippi; and one
aunt, Donnie Pollan Hammack of West Point, Mississippi.

A graveside memorial service was held in Jacksonville, Arkansas on
Saturday, April 13, 2013.

Judith Ann Orr
April 1, 2013

Services for Judith Ann Stevens Orr, 72, of Eupora were April 3,
2013, at Wise Funeral Home Chapel in Eupora with the Rev. Wade
Stevens officiating. Burial was in Shady Grove Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Kody Gilbert, Paul Johnston, Dion Miller, Ethan
Orr, Jerry Orr, Terry Orr and Bryan Stewart.

She died April 1, 2013, at North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora.

She was born in Lewis, Iowa, to Jesse and Beatrice Briggs Stevens on
March 11, 1941.

She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Jesse James
Stevens of Omaha, Nebraska.

Mrs. Orr, or “Miss Judy,” was an avid quilter for many years and
enjoyed gardening, canning and her large family. Judy was baptized at
the First Christian Church in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Jimmy Orr; her children,
Johnny Orr (Connie), Jimmy Orr (Lisa), Julia Ann Miller (Dion), Jane
Rowlen (Gregg), and Jeanette Orr (Michael Morgan); a sister, Peggy
Carmichael (Terry) of Council Bluffs; 13 grandchildren, Jerry Orr,
Terry Orr, Kerry Martin, Jeremy Orr, Holli Ratcliffe, Tiffany
Vickers, Heather Rowlen, Ashley Rowlen, Jessica Rushing, Leslie
Morgan, Kristin Johnston, Megan Stewart and Ethan Orr; and 13 great-

Dorothy Lou Copeland
November 5, 1930 – March 28, 2013

Dorothy Lou Copeland passed away on the evening of March 28, 2013.
She was born on November 5, 1930 in Morgan City, MS. She was the
daughter of David and Luerena
McMahon (Meredith) of Webster County, MS (preceded her in death).
Dorothy married James Hoyle Copeland on July 6, 1947 in Greenwood, MS
(preceded her in death). They had sixty-two great years together,
three children, and three wonderful grandsons, who they adored and
were very proud of.

She is survived by daughter, Betty Jane of Roswell, NM (Luther
Pareo); son James David of Nogales, AZ (Linda) and Thersea Ann
Copeland of Spotsylvania, VA; and their grandsons, Seth David, Ian
James, and Matthew Edward Copeland of Nogales, AZ.

Dorothy was a military wife who traveled the world and enjoyed every
minute of the time abroad and the different places they lived in the
United States. After James retired from the military she started a
career in retail, did very well and worked her way up into
management. Then they retired again and moved home to Tupelo, MS.
They lived in Tupelo until 2000, when they moved again to Roswell, NM
and lived next door to their daughter Betty. They loved living in the
southwest and often visited with their son’s family in AZ.

Dorothy was an avid collector of many items; she particularly loved
to pick up odd colored rocks and cactus during her travels. She
prized her collection of brightly painted frogs and treasured her
collection of southwest pottery.

“You could not say goodbye to us, you could not clasp our hand; but
God has taken one we loved off to his heavenly land. You have left
this world of sorrow, and are free from pain, and now rest in peace
and comfort, in the blessed Savior’s arms.” (Unknown)

The family would like to give Ballard Funeral Home
& Crematory a big thank you for their loving
and compassionate care of our mother.