Obituary – July 3, 2014
Charlene “Kay” Trombley Bardo
COFFEEVILLE—Charlene “Kay” Trombley Bardo, age 69, died Thursday, June 26, at her home in Coffeeville.
Born March 19, 1945, in Munising, Mich., she was a daughter of the late Charles Edgar and Greta Masters Trombley. Kay graduated from Grenada School of Cosmetology and worked for many years as a hairdresser. She later enrolled in the nursing program at Holmes Community College, where she earned a degree as an LPN and then worked at Yalobusha County Nursing Home in Water Valley. She enjoyed fishing, writing poetry, crocheting, cooking and spending time with her family and friends. She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Coffeeville.
Visitation was held Saturday, June 28, from 5-7 p.m. in Seven Oaks Funeral Home. The funeral service was held at three o’clock in the afternoon Sunday, June 29, in the Henry Chapel of the funeral home, with Bro. Billy Hill officiating. Burial was in the New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery with Mason Hardenburgh, Shannon Clements, Eric Allbritton, Andy Bardo, Michael Hill, and Marty Bardo as pallbearers. Roger Jenkins, Gaylan Bardo, and Garrett Bardo were honorary pallbearers.
Survivors include her husband, Jimmy James Bardo of Coffeeville; daughters, Threasa Davis of Henderson, Ky., Kimberly Anderson and Angela Jenkins (Roger), all of Olive Branch, and Teresa Whitten of Grenada; sons, Christopher Hardenburgh (Becky) of Water Valley, Scott Hardenburgh (Melinda) of Grenada, Wheeler Lishman, III, of Coffeeville, Charles Lishman (Holly) of Hickory Flatt, Scotty Bardo (Stephanie) of Bruce, Jimmy Dewayne Bardo (Nathan) of Coffeeville, and Michael Bardo (Mandy) of Coffeeville; sisters, Millie Dunn and Carol Dominguez, both of Munising, Mich, and Cora Kerrick of Williamsfield, Ill.; brothers, Jerry Trombley of Water Valley and Lloyst Trombley of Wetmore, Mich.; 27 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, Kay was preceded in death by two sisters, Edith Braatz and Muriel Binns.
Carol Jaudon Cotten
COLDWATER—Carol Jaudon Cotten, 63, of Tate County, formerly of Water Valley, died Monday, June 23, 2014, in North Oak Regional Medical Center at Senatobia.
Born March 1, 1951 in Charleston, Carol was a daughter of the late Clarence and Eva Arleene Houston Raney. She graduated from Charleston High School in 1969 and worked for many years as a machine operator for BorgWarner in Water Valley. She was a member of Bett Baptist Church in Coldwater. Mrs. Cotten enjoyed cooking, shopping, riding horses, gardening, decorating her home for holidays, entertaining family and friends. Carol was full of life and had a great sense of humor.
Visitation was held from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, June 26, in Seven Oaks Funeral Home at Water Valley. The funeral service was held at eleven o’clock in the morning Friday, June 27, in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Alvin Whitehead and Bro. David Freeman officiating. Burial was in Pine Crest Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Yalobusha County, with Joseph Cotten, Jr., Fred Cotten, Billy O’Halloran, Billy Melton, Ronnie Mathis, Dennis Hood, and Ronnie Melton as pallbearers.
Survivors include her husband, Joseph Rommie Cotten of Coldwater; a son, Danny Joe Jaudon of Water Valley; one step-daughter, Sue Ohalloran (Billy) of Como; two step-sons, Joseph Rommie Cotten, Jr. (Joy) of Brandon, and Fred Benny Cotten (Angie) of Gulfport; four grandchildren, Jacob Jaudon, Joshua Jaudon, Bayleigh Jaudon, and Ava Jaudon.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Danny Morris Jaudon.
Pam Turner McCuan
COFFEEVILLE—Pam Turner McCuan, age 60, died Friday, June 27, 2014, at her home in Coffeeville. Born September 24, 1953, in Marks, Pam was a daughter of Ruby Bowles Turner and the late Floyd Turner. She was a retired police dispatcher for the City of Water Valley and a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She enjoyed gardening, tending her flowers, cooking, and caring for her family. Pam was a member of Springdale Church in Water Valley.
Visitation was held Monday, June 30, from 10-11 a.m. in Seven Oaks Funeral Home at Water Valley. The funeral service followed visitation at eleven o’clock in the Henry Chapel of the funeral home, with Bro. Raymond Aven officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery at Water Valley.
Pam is survived by her husband of 45 years, Richard A. “Ricky” McCuan of Coffeeville; four daughters, Robin Smith (Tim) of Cleveland, Connie Williams (Sy) of Southaven, Janie McCuan of West Bloomfield, Mich., and Donna Harper (Mike) of Duck Hill; four brothers, Lewis Turner (Bobbie) and Joseph Turner, all of Water Valley, Roger Turner (Mary Jane) of Oxford, and Steve Turner of Plantersville; her mother, Ruby Bowles Turner of Water Valley; six grandchildren, Samantha Burnside (Nash), Lindsey Smith, Austin Graham, Neeley Williams, Mallory Graham, Jake Williams, Caleb Herring, and Lewis Turner, Jr. (Tara); two great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.
In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her sister, Janie Sue Smith, and two brothers, Peter A. Turner and Jonathan L. Turner.
John Robert McCullough
PARIS—John Robert McCullough, 54, died Saturday, June 28, 2014, at his home in Paris.
The funeral service will be held Thursday, July 3, at eleven o’clock in the morning in the chapel of Waller Funeral Home at Oxford, with Rev. Gerald Shook officiating. Burial will follow in Anchor Baptist Church Cemetery, north of Water Valley. Visitation will be held Wednesday, July 2, from 4-7 p.m. in Waller Funeral Home.
Born in Water Valley, Robert, was a son of Charles Wilford and the late Mary Pearl Green McCullough. He was a member of Anchor Baptist Church, where he served as a Sunday School teacher. He worked as an inside salesman at Sequel Electric. Robert enjoyed watching his children play softball and baseball. An avid hunter and fisherman, he also found great pleasure in working on the family farm. Mr. McCullough was preceded in death by his mother, Mary McCullough.
Robert is survived by his wife, Linda McCullough of Paris; two daughters, Whitney Rushing (Brent) of Abbeville, and Avery McCullough of Paris; one son, Luke McCullough of Abbeville; his father, Charles Wilford McCullough of Paris; a sister, Tina Mills of Paris; three brothers, Brooks McCullough of Paris, Charles McCullough of Water Valley, and Sidney McCullough of Batesville; and one grandchild, John David Rushing of Abbeville.
Memorials in Robert’s memory may be made to Anchor Baptist Church, 1009 Hwy. 7 South, Water Valley, MS 38965.