Wanda Woods

Date of funeral pending.
Wanda L. Woods, 85, of Yazoo City passed away Tuesday April 20, 2021 at The Martha Coker Green House Homes. Employed in The Banking Business she was a member of Satartia First Baptist Church.

Survivors include her daughters; Laurada Verneen Woods of Yazoo City and Tamara LeKern of Pearl, 4 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.

Mrs. Woods was preceded in death by her husband; Vernon Woods.

The family has entrusted Stricklin King Funeral Home with arrangements and will have a memorial service at a later date.

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Warner Rean Hilderbrand

Apr 22, 2021 (date of funeral)
Warner Rean Hilderbrand, 78, of Yazoo City, passed away on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at her home. She was the youngest of nine children born to Sam I. Milner and Mattie Ellzey Milner on July 21, 1942 in Yazoo County. She graduated from Anding High School and was previously employed as a sales clerk. Warner Rean was a member of First Baptist Church, where she was active in Sunday School. She was preceded in death by her brothers: Sam I. Milner, Jr., Luther Milner, Alfred Milner, James J. Milner; sisters: Adrienne Spiars, Maxine Spears, Sarah Peyton and her beloved daughter, Donna Lynn Hilderbrand. Warner Rean exemplified a life full of kindness and love. She always had a smile and was graceful until God called her home. She loved her friends and family, who lovingly referred to her as “Rean.” Warner Rean loved flowers and working in her yard.
Survivors include her brother, Herman Milner of Tinsley; her nephews: Jimmy Peyton of Yazoo City, J.E. Callahan of Lonoke, AR, James Milner of Bentonia, Tommy Milner and Jeff Milner of Yazoo City, Steve Milner of Jackson, MS, Wilton Milner of Orange City, FL, Wayne Milner of Atlanta, GA, niece, Deloris Milner of Yazoo City, adopted daughter, Donna Mohamed of Yazoo City, and special friend, Robert “Buddy” McCollum of Madison, MS.
Visitation will be from 12:30 -1:45 p.m. on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at Stricklin-King Funeral Home followed by the graveside service at 2:00 p.m. at Glenwood Cemetery in Yazoo City, where she will be buried beside her daughter, with Rev. David Bryant officiating. Serving as pallbearers are Jimmy Peyton, James Milner, Tommy Milner, Jeff Milner, Steve Milner, J.E. Callahan, Joseph Mohamed, III, Crosby Mohamed, and Powell McCaleb.
The family wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to the staff at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Fresenius Kidney Care, and Traditions Health, who cared so lovingly for her.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children.

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Margaret Ann “Peggy” Holaday Trammell

Apr 20, 2021 (date of funeral)
Margaret Ann “Peggy” Holaday Trammell passed away at her residence Friday April 17, 2021, she was born November 12, 1936 to Louise and B.A. Holaday. Peggy grew up in Louise, MS where she attended Louise High School where she was active in their three consecutive basketball championships.

In high school she met her future husband Charles Floyd Trammell from Yazoo City on a blind date. They dated while he played football at Mississippi State and she attended the University of Mississippi for Women in Columbus. She graduated in three years with a degree in elementary education and they married prior to Bubba’s last year at Mississippi State.
After graduation, they lived in Tupelo for a short time before settling back in Louise, MS where she continued to teach locally and as Bubba farmed.

Peggy taught hundreds of students during her 40-year teaching career at Sharkey Issaquena Academy and Holly Bluff Elementary.
Peggy and Bubber had two children, Tracy Trammell Crimm and Charles.

Visitation will be Tuesday April 20th beginning at 9:30 A.M. at Stricklin King Funeral Home in Yazoo City with graveside services to follow at 11:00 A. M. in Glenwood Cemetery

Peggy is proceeded in death by her parents B.A. and Louise Holaday, husband Charles “Bubba” Trammell.

She is survived by children Tracy Trammell Crimm (Jace) and Charles Trammell (Paula). Grandchildren – Matt King (Laura), Ashleigh Frey (Jude), Haley Hand (Caleb), Brittany Dunne (Justin), and Josh Trammell (Mary Faith), Caitlin McClellan (Garrett).
Great-grandchildren – Prather, Kemper, and Emma Kate King, Anna Rilee and Creely Frey, Hudson and Blakely Hand, Ava Grace Dunne, and Brie and Ruthie Kate McClellan.

In leu of flowers, conations may be made to Louise United Methodist Church or French Camp Academy.

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Tressie Lee Walker McGraw

Apr 16, 2021 (date of funeral)
Tressie Lee Walker McGraw, 86, Born December 26, 1934.
Died April 14, 2021 at Martha Coker Green House Homes.

Celebrating a precious life.
She was Married to Angus McDonald McGraw for over 52 years. Angus died May 8 2008.

She is survived by one precious son, Donald Wayne McGraw Sr. Donald is married to Sheila Ann Sikes McGraw
Donald and Sheila have three children: Tressies grandchildren
Grandson Donny McGraw her great grandchildren Khloe and Landon, grandson Mackie McGraw is married to Beth. They have Tressies grandchildren Anna Kate, and Kruze, Bonus grandchildren BJ , Bre and Brooke. Bonus Great-great grandchildren Carson Breleigh, and Raidyn
Granddaughter Whitney McGraw who has Tressies great grandson Jayden McGraw, Sister Carolyn Williams who has niece Jo Ann and Her husband Kerry Burrough and nephew Aubrey and wife Wanda.

Brother Jessie Walker who predeceased her had niece Cora Jean who predeceased her, nephew Jaye who predeceased her and. Nephew Aubrey Carol
Sister Emily who had nieces Carolyn Tressie Ann, and Esther; nephews Joe Larry Jimmy Peter Sam
Predeceased Her mother and father were Joe and Cora Mae Tindol Walker
Ministers David Ingram Kerry Burrough.

Visitation will be Friday April 16, 2021 in Mt Olivet Cemetery on Highway 433 West in Yazoo County starting at 2:30 P.M. followed by Graveside services at 3:00 P.M. under the direction of Stricklin King Funeral Home

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