David Andrew Moore

Mar 30, 2023 (date of funeral)
David Andrew Moore, 77, passed away Friday, March 24, 2023. Mr. Moore worked in Agriculture for many years. He was a member of Church of God of Prophecy in Yazoo City.
Mr. Moore is survived by his wife Elsie Moore of Yazoo City, sons; Johnny Ray Gardner (Melissa) of Brandon, Ms, Lawrence Gardner (Geraldine) of Selma, NC, Leslie Alan Gardner of Glen Allen, Ms,13 Grandchildren, numerous great grandchildren, sisters; Amelia Pugh of Yazoo City, Beulah Yates of Lexington, Ms, brother; Jimmy Moore of Yazoo City, Norton Moore of Lexington, Ms, Douglas Moore of MS, Richard Moore of La., and Travis Moore of La.
Funeral services for Mr. Moore are 11:00 Thursday, March 30, 2023 at Stricklin-King Funeral Home Chapel with internment in Liverpool Cemetery following the funeral. The Rev. Bret Nettles will officiate the service.

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Arthur Seigel Nichols

Mar 28, 2023 (date of funeral)
Arthur Seigel Nichols, 87, of Vaughan passed away Saturday, March 25, 2023 at his residence. Mr. Nichols was a long-time farmer in the Vaughan community. He was a member of Black Jack Baptist Church.
Mr. Nichols is survived by his wife Mary Lane Nichols, sons; Arthur Seigel Nichols, Jr., and James Aubrey Nichols, Nancy Nichols Swayze of Vaughan, Granddaughters; Mary Jane Nichols Mohr, Olivia Linwood Nichols, Kyleen Brooke Nichols Hogan, grandson Stephen Richard Swayze. He was preceded in death by his grandson James Aubrey Nichols, Jr., and his granddaughter Lindsey Elaine Nichols.
Funeral Services for Arthur Seigel will be 2:00 Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at Black Jack Baptist Church. Visitation will be from 12:00-2:00 before the service. Internment will be in Black Jack Cemetery. Pallbearers are Richard Swayze, Carter Swayze, Doug Mohr, Pace Mohr, Lane Mohr, Micheal Hogan, Dylan Hogan, and Tyler Hogan. Rev. Drake Nelson, and Rev. Ken Anderson will officiate the service under the direction of Stricklin-King Funeral Home. In Lieu of Flowers the family requests donations be made to the Black Jack Building Fund.

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Irma Newell Hart

Mar 23, 2023 (date of funeral)
Irma Newell Hart, 73, of Yazoo City, MS, passed away on Monday, March 20, 2023, at his home after a battle with cancer.

Irma Newell was born on June 7, 1949, to James Newell and Mary Hart.  He was raised in the village of Satartia, which he was passionate about until the end of his life. Irma Newell graduated from Yazoo City High School in 1967, and then graduated from MS State University in 1971 with a business degree.  He returned to Yazoo City and began his farming career with his father and continued to be a respected farmer in the area for many years. Once he retired from farming, he pursued his greatest passion of volunteering and ministering to others through the local churches, schools, the Walk to Emmaus, and Kairos Prison Ministry.  He spent up until the last weeks of his life spreading the love of Christ and sharing his testimony with others. He also enjoyed “visiting” with people and telling lots of stories.

Irma Newell was a member of First United Methodist Church, where he was a Sunday School teacher for many years and affected the lives of many young adults.  He was presently attending Satartia Baptist Church. He loved Satartia, the little town he had grown up in.  He had the vision of starting several festivals/activities at the Satartia Gin such as Flood Aid, church services, and parades. He also started the Pumpkin Patch Snack Shack, which was a “pay as you please”/self-service convenience store.  This store ministered to many by-passers that came through Satartia from across the United States. 

He married Nancy Sanders King in 2001. He is survived by his wife, Nancy, and three children:  Claire Rogers (Brent), Todd Hart, and Crosby Hicks (Thad), and his stepson, Charlie King. He  leaves behind 7 grandchildren:  Mary Jayson Rogers, Hart Rogers, Carlie Rogers, Landon Russell, Mary Karson Hart, Levi Hart, and Emmalynn Hicks.  He is also thankful to special friend, Alex Smith, who is like family.

He is preceded in death by his father, James Newell Hart; his mother, Mary Lewis Hart; and his sister, Mary Marguerite Hart Thomas (John “Blue”). 

Visitation will be held on Thursday, March 23 from 10:00-11:30 a.m. at 1010 Eagle Bend (Yazoo City, MS). The funeral service will be held at the Satartia Gin at 12:00 p.m. with burial to follow at Glenwood Cemetery.

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Patty Gene Fulcher

Mar 22, 2023 (date of funeral)
Patty Gene Shannon Fulcher 86, of Bentonia, Ms
Patty Gene Shannon Fulcher 86, of Bentonia, Ms passed away peacefully in her sleep at home on 3-18-23, due to alzheimers.

She is preceded in death by parents Gilbert V Shannon, Sr and Mildred Tate Shannon, of Yazoo County, MS. Sister Joann Klepper of Shelton, WA, brother Gilbert V. Shannon, Jr. of Yazoo County, MS. Son Bryan Stacey Fulcher of Jackson, MS.

She is survived by daughter Debbi Moore(Paul), granddaughter Shannon Miller(Caleb), grandson Matthew Fulcher(DeeAnn), great grand children John Vincent Jackson, Layne Justus Miller, Mary Claire Fulcher, Emily Grace Fulcher.

Mrs Fulcher loved reading and gardening.

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Randall W. Jenkins, Sr

Mar 22, 2023 (date of funeral)
On the afternoon of March 20, 2023, Randall W. Jenkins passed away at the age of 76. Randall was born in 1947 to Ben and Corine Jenkins. In December of 1965 he married Dianna Webb, and together they raised two children, Randall W. Jenkins Jr. “Randy” and Jennifer. He served 6 years in the Mississippi Army National Guard.  Randall retired from Southern Tractor where he was a Partner and Service Manager.
Randall was known for his strong personality that was filled with kindness and authenticity. His love for his friends and family was something that everyone felt and loved. He will be missed.
Randall leaves behind his wife, Dianna Jenkins of Benton: daughter, Jennifer (Lance) Fulcher, of Madison; son, Randall W. Jenkins Jr. (Renee) of Benton; six grandchildren, Norah Fulcher, Farrah Fulcher, Camden Fulcher, Peyton Crawford; Jessica Taylor and Randall W Jenkins, III; seven great grandchildren; sister Paulene Jones, of Clinton; and brother Joseph Jenkins of Canton.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Ben and Corine Jenkins: brothers James Jenkins, Billy Jenkins, Lamar Jenkins, John Jenkins: and sisters, Lorraine Burrell, Alma Jean Hearn and Gladys Perry.
Funeral services for Randall will be 2:00 Wednesday, March 22, 2023 at Benton Methodist Church with interment in Benton Baptist Cemetery. The Rev Jonathan Stokes and Rev Mike Jernigan will officiate the service.

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