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Beggs Flower Shops
Beggs OK News
Feb 2, 2016
John H. Mathis Jr.
He graduated High School in Madison and served in the U. S. Army. He was a Vietnam Veteran. When he returned to Madison, he worked for T. J. Beggs, and Company. He later worked as an auto mechanic, as well as in construction and as a truck driver. He loved to “tinker” with lawn mowers and small engine repairs at home. He enjoyed fishing. He joined the Midway Church of God at an early age.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John Henry and Bessie Mae Mathis; his brothers, J.C. Mathis, Ronnie Mathis; one sister, Annie Wilkins and by an infant sister.
He is survived by siblings Irene Mathis Foxx, Land of Lakes, Fl.; Marie Mathis O’Barr, Tarpon Springs Fl.; Lois Mathis Webb, Lee; Bonnie Mathis Webb (Joe) Lee; one brother: Richard Mathis Of Lee. He leaves a host of nieces and nephews, family and many friends, especially his “Breakfast Club” buddies at Denny’s. He had a wonderful team of doctors, nurses, the VA Medical Center and also at Big Bend Hospice.
Funeral services were held at Midway Baptist Church in Lee on Tuesday, Jan. 19 with burial at Midway Cemetery.
Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at Midway Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Midway Baptist Church, 338 SE Midway Church Rd. located in Lee or Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd in Tallahassee.
Beggs Funeral Hom... (Madison County Carrier)Dec 30, 2015
Shopping locally: a last-minute treat in Golden
At Silver Horse, jewelry is probably the most popular last-minute gift, owner Wendy Beggs said.
Earrings, necklace sets and pendants. And scarves.
“Scarves are definitely a hit this season—again,” Beggs said.
Goldenite Joe Foremski made his way up one side of Washington Avenue, then he was going to turn around and make his way down the other side. He was shopping for a few last minute things “to finish it up.”
He likes being able to shop locally, he said, “in the town that matters the most.”
... (Golden Transcript)