Published: 3/17/2019Robert Lee “Bob” Loftis, age 90, of Caledonia, MS, passed away March 14, 2019, at Covington County Hospital in Collins, MS. Funeral services will be Monday, March 18, 2019, at... read more
Published: 3/17/2019STEENS — Elena Pabrose Delim Sims, 87, died March 16, 2019, at her residence. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Memorial Gunter Peel Funeral Home and Crematory, College Street... read more
Published: 3/17/2019COLUMBUS — Jody McKnight Weiss, 85, died March 16, 2019, at her residence. Graveside services are 2 p.m. Monday at Friendship Cemetery with the Rev. Anne Harris officiating. Memorial Gunter Peel... read more
Published: 3/17/2019SULLIGENT, Ala. — Gynette G. Seales, 80, died March 13, 2019, at Marion Regional Nursing Home in Hamilton, Alabama. Services were Saturday at the chapel of Otts Funeral Home in Sulligent... read more
Published: 3/17/2019STARKVILLE — Freeman Lindsey Jr., 71, died March 7, 2019, in Tupelo. Services were Friday at the chapel of Century Hairston Funeral in Starkville. Burial followed at Lindsey Chapel Cemetery in... read more
Published: 3/17/2019STARKVILLE — Richard Elliot, 72, died March 11, 2019, in Starkville. Services were Saturday at Sixteen M.B. Church in Starkville with the Rev. Leroy Davenport officiating. Burial followed at church cemetery... read more
Published: 3/15/2019Hembree B. Brandon, age 82, died peacefully March 12, 2019, at Oktibbeha County Hospital, in Starkville, Miss. A native of New Albany, Miss., he was public relations manager for the... read more
Published: 3/15/2019Reverend Marion “Bubba” Dees, Jr., age 68, of Columbus, MS was surrounded by his family at his residence when he received his healing and went to be with the Lord on... read more
Published: 3/15/2019ark Henderson, 17, died March 8, 2019, in Starkville. A memorial service will be held 4 p.m. Monday at the chapel at Welch Funeral Home in Starkville. Visitation is one hour... read more
Published: 3/15/2019MACON — Mary Patterson Crabtree, 87, died March 13, 2019, at the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle. Service are 11 a.m. Saturday at the chapel of Cockrell Funeral Home Chapel in... read more
Published: 3/15/2019VERNON, Ala. — Marie Anne Hankins, 80, died March 13, 2019, at her residence. Services are 2 p.m. Saturday at the Vernon Church of Christ with Eddie Finch officiating. Burial will... read more
Published: 3/15/2019WEST POINT — Corine Harris-Macon, 81, died March 6, 2019, at North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point. Services are 11 a.m. Mt. Pisgah M.B. Church in West Point with Donald Wesley officiating.... read more
A labor economist, Princeton scholar, Treasury official and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. The police said the cause was suicide.
In large shows like Documenta and the Venice Biennale, he put art from around the globe on an equal footing with that of Europe and the United States.
Mr. Dale was known for “Misirlou,” which Quentin Tarantino used as the opening anthem to his film “Pulp Fiction.”
As the Great Tomsoni, he made audiences laugh and gasp. As a consultant, he showed other magicians how to get the most out of a trick.
A home-care worker who believed in the dignity of helping sick, elderly and disabled people, Ms. Miller became a respected union leader
Mr. Merwin, one of the world’s most decorated poets, sang of silence and nature with an oracular voice. Later in life he became an ardent conservationist.
Her detective hero, who loved pancakes and his dog, Sludge, helped children learn how to read — and how to sleuth.
Mrs. Heiskell, a member of the family that controls The New York Times, was an influential leader in urban recreation spaces and helped restore the grandeur to theaters near Times Square.
Ms. Iglauer, an American, came to Canada to portray it for the rest of the world. But she made it her home and wrote with an insider’s perspective.
Jones won a gold medal at the 1976 Olympics and signed pro football’s first million-dollar contract, with the Jets. But N.F.L. stardom eluded him.
Mr. Silverman collaborated with Gale Sayers on his memoir, a chapter of which was later adapted into one of the most popular TV movies of all time.