Donald Wayne Culpepper
Male, #64413, (5 Aug 1941 - 24 Oct 2014)
|Birth*||5 Aug 1941 ||He was born on 5 Aug 1941. |
|Death of Father||12 Oct 1963 ||His father Clyde Malachi Culpepper died on 12 Oct 1963 at Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi.1 |
|Death of Mother||17 Jul 1997 ||His mother Mattie Ruth Manning died on 17 Jul 1997 at Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California.1 |
|Death*||24 Oct 2014 ||He died at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, on 24 Oct 2014 at age 73.2 |
|Obituary*||8 Nov 2014 ||Donald Wayne Culpepper, 73, a resident of New Orleans, passed away on Monday, October 24, 2014, from complications of prostate cancer. Son of the late Clyde M. and Mattie Ruth Manning Culpepper, he was born in Meridian, MS, on August 5, 1941. Survivors include his brother, Moody Culpepper (Beth) of Vicksburg, MS; sister Patricia C. Schiffbauer of Lafayette, LA; niece Ann Evans W. Wall (Don), and daughter Campbell of Baton Rouge, LA; niece Paula W. Sansom (Steve) and sons Whit and Alex of Memphis, TN; niece Gay C. Drake (Joe) and daughter Anna of Jackson, MS and nephews Michael Culpepper and Joe McDermott of Seattle, WA. He was predeceased by his parents, his sister Lynnda C. Whittington, and brothers-in-law Alex Whittington and John Schiffbauer. Don grew up in Macon, MS, was graduated from Macon High School, and attended the University of Southern Mississippi, where he became a devoted Golden Eagle football fan. Attending Golden Eagle football games was a life-long pastime for him. He was also a staunch Saints fan. He was phenomenal with sports statistics. Ask him about any college or pro football or basketball game, and he could give you a quick run-down without using a computer. As a realtor in New Orleans he appreciated its historic culture and was excited to learn the background and development of each district. He had a keen eye for art, architecture and decorating. Christmas was his special season; he decorated elaborately and made a full over selecting the just-right gift for family members and friends. Graveside services will be held at the Culpepper plot in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Macon, MS, at a later date. THARP-SONTHEIMER-THARP of Metairie was in charge of arrangements.2 |
|Burial*||say 11 Nov 2014 ||His body was interred say 11 Nov 2014 at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi. |
Moody Manning Culpepper
Male, #64414, (circa 1935 - 26 Apr 2016)
|Birth*||circa 1935 ||He was born circa 1935 at Mississippi. |
|Marriage*||8 Jun 1958 ||He married Bethna Dennis on 8 Jun 1958.1 |
|Death of Father||12 Oct 1963 ||His father Clyde Malachi Culpepper died on 12 Oct 1963 at Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi.2 |
|Death of Mother||17 Jul 1997 ||His mother Mattie Ruth Manning died on 17 Jul 1997 at Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California.2 |
|Death*||26 Apr 2016 ||He died at Vicksburg, Warren Co., Mississippi, on 26 Apr 2016.3 |
|Obituary*||28 Apr 2016 ||Moody Manning Culpepper passed away on Tuesday, April 26th, at Vicksburg Convalescent Home. He had battled Parkinson's disease for many years. He was 80 years old.|
Moody was born in Meridian, MS on November 1, 1935 to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Culpepper. The family moved to Macon, MS where he was graduated from high school.
He served in the United State Navy from 1954 to 1958.
Moody was graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in civil engineering. He retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after 30 years. He was a registered professional engineer.
Moody was a longtime resident of Vicksburg. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church where he served as a Deacon and was a member of Faith in Practice Sunday School Class.
He served as president and on the board of directors of the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society. He served on the executive board and as president of the local National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees. He served as Damage Assessment Supervisor for the local Red Cross. He was on the Fisher Ferry Water District Board and served as president. He was a member of the Lions Club.
For many years Moody was a very dedicated scout leader. He was on the Boy Scouts of America Troop Committee of Troop 105 and served as Troop 102 committee chairman. He was a District Commissioner of the Andrew Jackson Council. He also served on the Mississippi Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of America.
Moody actively supported MSU in many ways. He served on the MSU Alumni Association National Board of Directors. He was on the Warren County Alumni Board of Directors where he served on many committees and as president.
His survivors include his wife of 58 years, Beth Culpepper; his sister, Patricia Schiffbauer; his children, Gay Drake (Joe) and Mike Culpepper (Joe McDermott); and his granddaughter, Anna Drake. He was predeceased by his parents; sister, Lynnda Whittington; and brother, Don Culpepper.
Funeral services will be held at First Presbyterian Church of Vicksburg on Friday, April 29th at 11:00. Visitation will be at the church from 9:00 a.m. until time of the service.3
- Obituary of Bethna Dennis Culpepper, published in the Clarion Ledger on Oct. 27, 2016.
- U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
- Obituary of Moody Culpepper, published in Clarion Ledger on Apr. 28, 2016.
Richard Wayne Carlisle1
Male, #64415, (27 Feb 1931 - 12 Nov 2014)
|Birth*||27 Feb 1931 ||He was born on 27 Feb 1931 at Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.1 |
|Death of Father||4 Oct 1963 ||His father Wayne McKinley Carlisle died on 4 Oct 1963 at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama. |
|Marriage*||circa 1978 ||He married Ilene Oliver at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, circa 1978. |
|Death of Mother||2 Sep 1985 ||His mother Ruby Steverson died on 2 Sep 1985 at Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.2 |
|Death*||12 Nov 2014 ||He died at Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 12 Nov 2014 at age 83.1 |
|Obituary*||say 13 Nov 2014 ||Funeral service for Mr. Richard Wayne Carlisle, 83, of Alexander City, will be Friday, November 14, 2014 at 3:00 pm at the Chapel of Radney Funeral Home. Dr. Todd Henderson and Dr. Albert Pike will officiate. Veteran's honors will be provided by the Alexander City Veteran's Honor Guard. Burial will follow in the Alexander City Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Friday, November 14, 2014 from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm at Radney Funeral Home. |
Mr. Carlisle passed away on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at Trinity Medical Center. He was born on February 27, 1931 in Alexander City, Alabama to Wayne McKinnley Carlisle and Ruby Steverson Carlisle. He was an active member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Carlisle graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Vocational Agriculture. He worked as a real estate agent for Action Properties. Mr. Carlisle was a US Army veteran of the Korean War. He enjoyed fellowshipping with friends as a member of the Burger King Coffee Club. Mr. Carlisle liked watching western movies, fishing, and was an Auburn football fan.
He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Ilene Oliver Carlisle of Alexander City; daughter, Lory Avsar of Birmingham; son, Dameon Carlisle (Julie), of Alexander City; grandchildren, Lara Avsar and Caly Carlisle.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, John Carlisle.
The family will accept flowers or memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church, 310 Green Street, Alexander City, AL, or the Children's Harbor One Our Children's Highway, Alexander City, AL 35010.1
|Burial*||say 15 Nov 2014 ||His body was interred say 15 Nov 2014 at Alexander City Cemetery, Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.3 |
John Steverson Carlisle
Male, #64417, (14 Apr 1936 - 9 Jan 1960)
Female, #64430, (circa 1802 - )
Female, #64432, (27 Jul 1904 - Apr 1979)
Odie Adaline Hallman1
Female, #64433, (17 Mar 1906 - 26 Dec 1982)
Charles Clayton Fetner
Male, #64434, (12 Jun 1904 - 5 Aug 1950)
Female, #64435, (9 Feb 1908 - 20 Dec 1987)
Irvin Britt Farr1
Male, #64436, (10 Apr 1904 - 10 Oct 1981)
Emmett O'Neal Hallman1
Male, #64437, (23 Jul 1910 - 12 Jan 1986)
Lula Pearl Wilkerson1
Female, #64438, (9 Dec 1911 - 3 Feb 1999)
Minnie L. Hallman
Female, #64439, (13 Nov 1912 - 3 Dec 1991)
Female, #64440, (circa 1917 - )