Mr. Mark Bain Jackson Saturday, August 11, 2012 Memorial service for Mr. Mark Bain Jackson, 45, was held at 11 a.m., August 18, 2012 at Morgan Chapel Baptist Church near Sturgis. Rev. Randal Jackson, Rev. Gary Jackson and Rev. Gary Robertson officiated.

A native of Ackerman, Mr. Jackson was a self employed contactor. He was also a member of Morgan Chapel Baptist Church. Mr. Jackson died Saturday, August 11, 2012 at his residence in Louisville.

Survivors include his wife Tammie Jackson of Starkville, his parents Glendell Bob Jackson (Frances) of Sturgis and Marilyn Jackson of Ackerman, son Ryan Jackson of Starkville, daughter Hailey Jackson of Starkville, brothers Edward Jackson and Kevin Jackson both of Seattle, Wa., Mike Jackson of Jackson, Ms., sisters Carolyn Case of Arizona, Aime Jones of Columbus, Ms., and Julie Lewis of Maben, Ms.

Memorials may be made to Make a Wish Foundation and/or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Coleman Funeral Home of Ackerman was in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Doyce Breland

Mathiston, MS

Mr. Doyce Breland, 88, died Sunday, August 12, 2012 at N. MS Medical Center in Eupora. Funeral services were at 4:00 pm Wednesday, August 15 at Fellowship Baptist Church in Choctaw County with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation was Tuesday, August 14 at 6:00pm until 8:00pm at the funeral home. Rev. William Weddle and Rev. Ralph Cain officiated.

Mr. Breland was retired from Babcock and Wilcox in West Point. He was a WWII Army veteran and a member of Fellowship Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Festus and Naomi Breland; sisters, Johnnie Watkins and Mildred Henry; brother, Orville Breland ;and great grandson, Timothy Cole Pruden.

He is survived by his wife, Annice Henry Breland of Mathiston; daughter, Linda (Gary) Chesser of Starkville; sons, Doyce Warren (Barbara) Breland of Muskogee, OK, Ricky (Kathy) Breland of Mathiston, Michael Breland of Tyler, TX; sister, Gola (Doug) Gilliland of Ackerman; brother, Dale (Rena) Breland of Tupelo; 10 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Daniel Chesser, Brian Breland, Taylor Norwood, Brody White, Tanner Hardy, and Zach Chesser. Honorary Pallbearers were Kenny Davis, Mike Sanderson, and Logan White.

Oliver Funeral Home of Eupora is in charge of arrangements. PAID OBITUARY

Mr. Johnny G. Green Richland

Mr. Johnny G. Green, 72, a retired cook, died Saturday, August 18, 2012 at G.V. Sonny Montgomery Veterans Home in Jackson. Visitation is Tuesday, August 21, 2012 from 10-11 a.m. at McCurtain Baptist Church in Choctaw County. Funeral services are 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 21 at the church with burial in the McCurtain Cemetery. Jordan Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Rev. Randall Poss will officiate the service.

Survivors include: brother, Charles Edward Green of Woodlands, TX; sisters, Omnie Lollar of Weir and Jimmie Sue Simpson of Richland, MS; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by parents, Hilliard Everett and Susie Jane Dean Green; six brothers; and three sisters.

Pallbearers are Maxie Lollar, Hughie Lollar, Stevie Joe Green, Joey Green, Mike Green, and Paul Green. Paid Obituary

Mrs. Jimmie Odell Jones McCarty Eupora, MS

Mrs. Jimmie Odell Jones McCarty,86, died Saturday, August 18, 2012 in the North MS Medical Center Long Term Care Unit in Eupora. Funeral services were 11:00 AM Monday, August 20, 2012 at the Providence Baptist Church in Choctaw County with burial in the Church Cemetery. Rev. Randall Poss and Rev. Curtis Guess officiated.

Pallbearers were Derrell and Nelson Dean, Tommy Blake, Bobby Wells, Coyt Hunt and Larry Green.

Mrs. McCarty is survived by one daughter, Linda Green and husband Curtis of Eupora, MS; one son, Jimmy McCarty and wife Diane of Guntown, MS; three Grandchildren, SSgt. Cody McCarty of Colorado Springs, CO, Angie Green Blake and husband Tommy of Ackerman, MS, and Nicole Oswalt and husband Roy of Starkville, MS; 5 Great Grandchildren, Madison Blake, Curtlyn Blake, Arlee Oswalt, Ainslee Oswalt, and Aubree Oswalt.

She was preceded in death by her husband Howard McCarty.

Mrs. McCarty was born February 19, 1926 and raised in the Progress Community of rural Choctaw County, MS. Except for a few short stints elsewhere, she lived out most of her entire life in the same home within that community. She was employed as a factory worker for most of her adult life, retiring from the Wells Lamont Corporation in Eupora, after twenty-five years of service, in 1999. She possessed a pioneer spirit, and common sense approach about her, which allowed her to make the most of whatever situation in which she found herself. When life gave her lemons, she went about trying her best to make lemonade. She had an abiding faith in her Lord and Savior and remained a positive role model through her life. She was a faithful member and supporter of Providence Baptist Church in Choctaw County for more than fifty years. She deeply loved her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She truly enjoyed bringing the family together over her delicious home cooking and certainly leaves a wonderful legacy behind of being unequaled in her artful masterful way of making sure everyone had a favorite dish on the table. She strived to see that everyone felt at home around the kitchen table and had plenty of good food. All her family and friends knew she definitely had a special talent for preparing mouth watering meals which served to bring them together in a special way. She also loved being outdoors and devoted herself to outside activities such as growing flowers and tending a sizeable garden. She also had a passion for raising farm animals and pets. She especially enjoyed raising and tending to her beloved chickens. She never met a chicken she didn’t like. She will be remembered by family and friends as someone who was always willing to reach out to someone in need and help when and where she could. She routinely made many personal sacrifices in support of family, friends, and at times, total strangers as well. Oliver Funeral Home of Eupora is in charge of all arrangements. PAID OBITUARY