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February 19, 2020

Judy Colleen Boothe Crum

Judy Colleen Boothe Crum, 66, of Harrisonburg, LA crossed over on February 10, 2020.
She was born on July 15th, 1953 in Winnsboro, LA to her father, George A Boothe, Sr. and mother, Nobie Cooper Boothe. Judy grew up in Harrisonburg and graduated from HHS in 1971. She was married to Kenneth Earl Crum on June 1st, 1972.
She is survived by her husband Ken; mother Nobie; children Meshea and Jason; granddaughters Tylin, Abby and Delaney; and grandson Douglas.
Funeral service was held at First Baptist Church in Jonesville, LA at 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 15, 2020. Final resting place was in the Joe Boothe Cemetery. 

Jane Overton Williams Hoover

Funeral services for Jane Overton Williams Hoover, 82 of Natchez, MS, were held at Young's Funeral Home in Ferriday on Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 2 PM with Bro. Larry Wagoner officiating. Interment followed at Legion Memorial Cemetery in Newellton, LA, under the direction of Young's Funeral Home. 
Jane Overton Hoover was born on Thursday, January 13, 1938, in Monroe, LA, to Arthur Milton Williams, Jr. and Tammie Bestal Sharplin Williams and passed away Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at her residence.   
Jane attended Northeast Louisiana University where she was a member of the Phi Mu Sorority and met the love of her life, Dale Price Hoover, Sr. Together, they raised three children, Tammye Hoover Dixey, Dale Price Hoover, Jr. and wife Carol, and Stephen Williams Hoover and wife Sharon. Jane was the proud grandmother of seven grandchildren, Miles Dixey, Justin Cardella, Avery Hoover, Price Hoover, Curtiss Keating and wife Katie, Jolee Brixey and husband Justin, and Sara Hoover Williams and husband Jake; eight great-grandchildren, Brady, Coen, and Kently Keating, Hayden, Wil, and Walt Brixey, and Harrison and Emma Jayne Williams.
Jane is preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 53 years, Dale P. Hoover, Sr.; her brother, Arthur M. Williams, III; niece, Mary Margaret Williams Waycaster; and granddaughter, Jayne O'Neal Dixey.
She is survived by her life-long friends, Joella Branch, Kay McCullough, and Mardie Amos, and also special friends Joyce Ann Westmoreland, Janette McCastle, Ken and Martha Whittington, and J.F. and Mary Helen White.
Jane was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, William Dunbar Chapter of the DAR, and the Natchez Garden Club. Jane was a forever fan of LSU and she is survived by the "Golden Girls" who never missed a chance to get together at her home to cheer on the Tigers. 
Pallbearers were Brady Keating, Coen Keating, Avery Hoover, Price Hoover, Hayden Brixey, Wil Brixey, Miles Dixey, Justin Cardella, and Christopher Chambliss.
Honorary pallbearers were Rusty Dixey, Ken Whittington, Michael Iles, and Crawford Stevens.
In lieu of flowers donations be made to St. Jude and the Natchez Childrens Home.
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