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Childress TX News

Apr 22, 2016

Alabama is no stranger to sex scandals. It just never expected one from this guy.

Political Stories,” compares Bentley to Goober and Gomer Pyle, small-town unsophisticates in the long-ago television series set in the South. Mark Childress, the novelist from Monroeville and author of “Crazy in Alabama,” independently suggested the milquetoast shop owner Sam Drucker in “Petticoat Junction.” “He was a just good, moral person,” said Morrow, the Democratic representative, “decent, likable, very low key. He and his wife, Dianne, they were good people.” [The inside story of how Bentley’s sex scandal broke wide open] Collier and Bentley held similar political views and became close friends over eight years together in the legislature, in a father-son sort of way, Collier said in a news conference after he was fired. They and their wives often had dinner after political conferences. When Collier’s father died after years of mental illness and dementia, he and Bentley prayed together. When Bentley won an upset bid for governor in 2010, part of his appeal was the straight-arrow family man (notwithstanding him legally changing his name so that Dr. was right there on the ballot). Well-off but not wealthy, he lived simply and tended to dress in khakis. He made his pledge to f...

Jan 8, 2016

Kayla Diane Bryanton

Jasmine Bryanton, Chelsea Bryanton, Paris Bryanton, Madison Bryanton all of Columbia; and half-sister: Martisa Pierce of Spring Hill; niece: Amaya Childress; nephew: Jaxon Williams; aunts: Tatia Lockridge of Kansas City, MO, Sheena Canty of Columbia; uncle: Kyle Jones of Columbia; special friends: Darline Jaco and family, Susan Jaco and Crystal Hawks; foster parents: Terry &Sam Mills; God parents: Cooney &Edith Bills and family. She is also survived by Reada Bryanton and Michael Bryanton. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother: Freddie Jones; and her “Granny,” Scottie Cofer. Pallbearers will be: Cord Childress, Crystal Hawks, Chelsea Bryanton, K’iante Fleming, Siante Bellafant, Justin Bellafant, Antuan Brown, and Kyle Jones. Flower girls will be: Shailon Lane, Paris Bryanton, Madison Bryanton, Brittany Jaco, Susan Jaco, Hannah Crutcher, and Maurissa Bellafant. The family requests that memorial donations be made to Elijah Bryanton’s account at Regions Bank. You may share condolences with the family at the Heritage Funeral Home website: www.TnFunerals.com. (Columbia Daily Herald)

Jan 8, 2016

James F. Hinkhouse

Alexandra) of Woodinville, WA; Julia (and husband Andrew Meyers and grandchildren Lily and Samantha) of Cypress, TX; and Amy (and husband Richard Childress and grandchildren Elsie and Jack) of Boise, ID. A memorial service, designed by Jim, will be held at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery on January 15 at 2:00pm, followed by a reception to be held at The Tuttle House at St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral. Per Jim’s wishes, in lieu of flowers, please make donations to a charity of your choice. -- PAID OBITUARY -- ... (Fairfield Ledger)

Dec 30, 2015

USM awards degrees at fall commencements

Bachelor of Arts; Jeremy Christopher Byrd, Bachelor of Arts; Matthew A. Cantrelle, Bachelor of Arts; Toneise Chatman, Bachelor of Arts; Jeremy L. Childress, Bachelor of Arts; Elizabeth A. H. Cranford, Bachelor of Arts; Shafi Rochid Davis, Bachelor of Arts; Kathleen Allison Dearman, Bachelor of Arts; Frank Del Pilar, Bachelor of Arts; Megan Eccleston, Bachelor of Arts; Keturah La'Quan Echols, Bachelor of Arts; Markis' Germel Edwards, Bachelor of Arts; Jerry Randall Frank, Bachelor of Arts; Natasha K. Hargett, Bachelor of Arts; Ja'Landra S. Harris, Bachelor of Arts; Victoria Leigh Ross Herring, Bachelor of Arts; Christopher B. Hopkins, Bachelor of Arts; Savannah Dawn Horton, Bachelor of Arts; Timothy M. Johnson, Bachelor of Arts; Alexis Annice Jones, Bachelor of Arts; Christian Danielle Jones, Bachelor of Arts; Kendall Alexander Laster, Bachelor of Arts; Christopher Wayne Lee, Bachelor of Arts; Seth Bonner Lee, Bachelor of Arts; Karyn Camille Lewis, Bachelor of Arts; Mercedes L. Livingston, Bachelor of Arts; Rhonda Lyons, Bachelor of Arts; Morgan E. Mabry, Bachelor of Arts; Paul O. Macias, Bachelor of Arts; Joshua David McCauley, Bachelor of Arts; Shanice Mitchell, Bachelor of Arts; Nadia Shanaval Nixon, Bachelor of Arts; Scott Richard Owens, Bachelor of Arts; Craig Jon Passons, Bachelor of Arts; M. Melissa Rawson, Bachelor of Arts; Alexander C. Ritter, Bachelor of Arts; April Annette Sanders, Bachelor of Arts; Robert Charles Sanders, Bachelor of Arts; Zachary Thomas Smith, Bachelor of Arts; Forest William Tatum, Bachelor of Arts; Amal Jervon Thompson, Bachelor of Arts; Sean Christopher Wakeland, Bachelor of Arts; Kayla Nicole Walker, Bachelor of Arts; Jasmine L. Whiteside, Bachelor of Arts; Terrance Jermayne Fleming, Bachelor of Fine Arts; Gerald Chip Armelin, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Jesse Lauren Baker, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Tavin Takail Bullock, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Michael Zane Collins, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Chadwick R. Cox, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Dillon Brooks Fedora, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; D'Naisa Courtney Hyman, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Stefon Nejuan Loving, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Morgan E. Mabry, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Santana Y'yonne McFarland, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Lori Michelle McPhail, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Rachel L. Miller, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Logan Alexandria Nalker, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Ashley Letice Perkins, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Elise Nicole Pood, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Latesha Powell, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Michael Earl Smith, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Brandi Tynes, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies... (Hattiesburg American)