Posts Tagged ‘obituary’

Ex-gaming commissioner Harvey dies in Jackson

by Associated Press Published: August 22,2012

Tags: casino, commission, death, defense, died, gambling, gaming, military, obituary, officer

JACKSON — Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Paul A. Harvey of Madison, who oversaw Mississippi’s casino industry during the early 1990s as the first executive director of the state Gaming Commission, died yesterday at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. He was 75. Harvey died after a brief illness, said his son, Air Force Col. […] [...]

Former Forrest County lawmaker Lambert dies at 60

by Associated Press Published: July 25,2012

Tags: attorney, death, law, lawyer, legislative, legislator, Legislature, obituary, politician, Politics, public official, Senator

GULFPORT — Paul Richard “Rick” Lambert, who represented the Hattiesburg area in the Mississippi Senate from 1980-1992, died Monday in Gulfport, where he had lived the past several years. He was 60. Services are at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Trinity United Methodist Church of Gulfport with burial in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, according to Riemann […] [...]

Former state Sen. Lee dies of cancer at age 74

PICAYUNE — Former state Sen. Ezell Lee of Picayune died today after battling cancer, according to a Senate staff member who had spoken with his family. Lee was 74. He served in the Mississippi House from 1988 to 1992, then in the state Senate from 1992 until January 2012. Lee served most of his career […] [...]

Former higher ed commissioner Trash dies at 86

LAKE — E.E. “Tad” Trash, who led Mississippi’s higher education system for 19 years as it struggled with desegregation issues related to historic black colleges, died Tuesday. He was 86. Officials with Wright and Ferguson Funeral Home said today funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Raymond United Methodist Church. Burial will […] [...]

Sturdivant, prominent politican/farmer, dies at home

by Associated Press Published: May 1,2012

Tags: agriculture, elections, executive, famr, farmer, governor, obituary, politican, Politics, public sector, voters, Voting

GLENDORA — Mike P. Sturdivant, a two-time gubernatorial candidate and fourth-generation Delta farmer, has died. He was 85. Officials with Wilson and Knight Funeral Home told the Associated Press that Sturdivant died today at his home on the Due West Plantation near Glendora. Funeral services are pending. Mike Sturdivant Jr. told the Greenwood Commonwealth his […] [...]

Former Oxford Mayor Leslie to be buried tomorrow

by Associated Press Published: March 26,2012

Tags: burial, death, funeral, mayor, memorial service, municipal government, obituary, pharmacist, pharmacy

OXFORD — Gravesite services are scheduled tomorrow for John Leslie, the former longtime mayor of Oxford, who died Saturday at the Mississippi Veterans Home in Oxford. He was 88. Leslie served six terms as mayor and worked as a pharmacist in Oxford for 38 years. Officials with Waller Funeral Homes said today that a graveside […] [...]

Former Meridian Mayor Rosenbaum dies at home

by Associated Press Published: March 21,2012

Tags: death, died, executive branch, mayor, municipal government, obituary

MERIDIAN — A memorial service is scheduled Friday for former Meridian Mayor I.A. “Al” Rosenbaum, a community leader and businessman who worked tirelessly to bring new industry to east Mississippi. In a statement, the family said Rosenbaum died Saturday of natural causes at his Meridian home. He was 92. The family said a memorial service […] [...]

Celia Emmerich, matriarch of newspaper family, dies

by Associated Press Published: March 2,2012

Tags: death, media, newspapers, obituary, publisher, publishing

JACKSON — Celia Emmerich, the matriarch of the Emmerich newspaper family, died yesterday at her home in Jackson. She was 80. The family said in a statement that she died of a heart attack. Celia Emmerich was the widow of former Associated Press board member and ex-Greenwood Commonwealth editor/publisher John Emmerich. John Emmerich died in […] [...]

District Judge Pepper dies at age 70

by Associated Press Published: January 25,2012

Tags: bench, court, death, judge, judicial, judiciary, obituary

JACKSON — U.S. District Judge W. Allen Pepper Jr., appointed to the bench in 1999 by President Bill Clinton, died yesterday. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Pepper died about 3:45 p.m. after a heart attack at St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson. He was 70 years old. A spokeswoman for the Northern District of Mississippi’s […] [...]

District Judge Pepper dies at age 70

by Associated Press Published: January 25,2012

Tags: court, death, judge, judicial, judiciary, law, obituary

JACKSON — U.S. District Judge W. Allen Pepper Jr., appointed to the bench in 1999 by President Bill Clinton, died yesterday. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Pepper died about 3:45 p.m. after a heart attack at St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson. He was 70 years old. A spokeswoman for the Northern District of Mississippi’s […] [...]

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