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Juanita Mc Clendon Smith Juanita Smith, 96, passed away peacefully from her earthly life and entered her eternal life on May 21, 2018.She was born Juanita Mc Clendon in Oklahoma on July 2, 1921 to parents Wade and Jessie Mc Clendon.
We are so thankful for eternal life and will see you again. D.” Bradshaw, 91, of the Mechanicsburg Community of Yazoo County passed away at his residence Sunday May 20, 2018. Survivors include; his daughters; Bertha Outlaw of Yazoo City and Betty Marie Porter of Bentonia, sons; Halton “Pete” Bradshaw of Ola, AR and Bill Bradshaw of Bald Knob, AR, 13 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, and 12 great great grandchildren. at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City with services Wednesday May 23rd , A. at Stricklin-King Funeral Home Chapel with internment to follow in Ogden Baptist Church Cemetery. Honorary Pallbearers are; Ricky Dale Bradshaw, Terry Bradshaw, Jackie Bradshaw, and Wayne Parker.
Gene Ford Roark, born June 12, 1925 in Owensboro, KY, went to be with The Lord May 28, 2018. Grand children Sterling Mills ( Lee) of Yazoo City . Mary Louis Quinn ( John ) of Mountain Brook AL., Christopher Hey ( Craig ) of Mountain Brook , AL and Walter Lydick lll of Los Angeles CA . Jack Richardson , 100, peacefully passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2018, at the Butler House at Martha Coker Greenhouses in Yazoo City. with the funeral service at at First Presbyterian Church in Yazoo City with burial following at Glenwood Cemetery. Richardson was born on October 30, 1917, to Lucius Lamar Richardson and Olive Price Richardson in Yazoo City.
Her parents were Ellis Carson Ford and Yuleen Brashear Ford of Kentucky and Tennessee. Roark in 1946 and moved to Yazoo City, MS, in 1954, where she spent most of her adult life and raised her children. Gene was very much a woman of faith and an active member of First Baptist Church Yazoo City where she served faithfully in numerous capacities, many of which involved children and youth. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church for 88 years.
She enjoyed all types of crafts including silk flowers, purses, quilting, sewing, crocheting, knitting and antiques. She was an active member of Southside Baptist Church for many years including Sunday School, Women's Missionary Union, Pantry Ministry and special projects.
Upon moving to Madison, MS she became an active member of First Baptist Church Madison until her health started failing.