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Resided most of his life in Walthall County, MS.Never married.
Obituary supplied by E-mail from George S. Swan on March 3, 2002.
Mr. Ben Holiday
Services: Sunday, March 3, 2002
2: 00 P.M.
Order of Services:
Obituary & Prayer Reverend Randall Griffin
Song: "How Great Thou Art" Mike Barber
Scripture: John 14:1-6 Maxy Hill
Song: "Beulah Land" Mike Barber
Message: "When Death Is Precious" Reverend Randall Griffin
Interment Rushing Cemetery Tylertown, Mississippi
Pallbearers: Chess Jackson; Chris Kanary; Jimmy Thomas; George Swan; Rex Holmes; & Charles Pigott
Brother Olin Holiday
Sister-in-law Wilda Holiday
Nieces Brandi Jackson, Tracy Thomas, Tricia Holiday
Nephew Chess Jackson
Mr. Holiday was born in Walthall County, Mississippi, the son of the late Oliver and Ora Nell Lee Holiday. He was a propane gas inspector and had served in the United States Air Force.
Honorary pallbearers: Friends from Billdora: John Brooks; Carl Wallace; Billy Joe May; Tommy Rushing; & John Parta
Hartman-Hughes Funeral Home Tylertown, Mississippi
McComb Enterprise-Journal Newspaper (Online)
Obituaries for Sunday, March 3
Published Monday, March 04, 2002 3:45 PM CST
Ben Holiday, 65, of Tylertown, died March 1, 2002, at Walthall County General Hospital.
Services are 2 p.m. today at the Hartman-Hughes Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Randall Griffin will officiate with Maxey Hill assisting. Burial will be in Rushing Cemetery.
Mr. Holiday was born May 21, 1936, in Walthall County, the son of the late Oliver Chestor and Ora Nell Lee Holiday.
He was a U.S. Air Force veteran and a propane gas inspector.
Mr. Holiday was preceded in death by his parents.
Survivors include one brother and sister-in-law, Olin and Wilda Holiday of Hattiesburg; one sister, Alyne Jackson of Tylertown; three nieces, Brandi Jackson, Tracy Thomas and Tricia Holiday; and one nephew, Chess Jackson.
Pallbearers will be Chess Jackson, Chris Kanary, Jimmy Thomas, George Swan, Rex Holmes and Charles Pigott.
Honorary pallbearers will be John Brooks, Carl Wallace, Billy Joe May, Tommy Rushing and John Parta.