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She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tommy; sisters, Sue Thornton and Effie Hubbard; Brother, Bob Mc Clendon.She is survived by her daughter, Deseree Guthrie and son-in-law Buck Guthrie; grand kids, Cheryl Gordon (Todd) of Madison, Cindy Walker (Petey) of Cartersville, GA, Steve Guthrie (Lori) of Baton Rouge, LA.Upon moving to Madison, MS she became an active member of First Baptist Church Madison until her health started failing.Juanita supported various charities and did volunteer work where needed.Pallbearers are: Bruce Plunkett, Charles Plunkett, Bobby Park, Jay Atkinson, J Anderson, Jason Mathis and Scott Baker. The family would like to thank all the staff of the Martha Coker Greenhouses for showering Uncle Jack with much love and tender care in the six plus years he resided with them.
Gloria Nelson Curran ,96, of Yazoo City passed away Saturday May 26, 2018 at The Blake in Ridgeland, Ms. Even though he never had children of his own, he was a wonderful step-father, grandfather and uncle to all the children in his family.Her parents were Ellis Carson Ford and Yuleen Brashear Ford of Kentucky and Tennessee. Roark in 1946 and moved to Yazoo City, MS, in 1954, where she spent most of her adult life and raised her children. Gene was very much a woman of faith and an active member of First Baptist Church Yazoo City where she served faithfully in numerous capacities, many of which involved children and youth. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church for 88 years.She sang in the adult choir and participated in WMU Circle, but one of her favorite activities was being the coordinator and hearer of scripture for Bible Memory Association. Roark is survived by daughter, Elaine Roark Schmitt (Howard) of Columbia, SC; sons Dale Ellis Roark (Betsy) of Hattiesburg, MS; Thomas Ford Roark (Jo Lea) of Flowood, MS and daughter-in-=law, Belinda Roark of Canton, MS; twelve grandchildren and seventeen great grand children. Gene Allen Roark, infant daughter Joyce Alita Roark and sister Nancy Anderson. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to First Baptist Church, 328 Grand Avenue, Yazoo City, MS 39194. He attended Yazoo City schools and graduated from Yazoo City High School. After the war, he was employed at Yazoo Motor Co., and then was a partner and managed Yazoo Parts Company.They made Yazoo County, Mississippi, their permanent home. She loved putting on her sunhat and working in her rose and vegetable gardens.She enjoyed all types of crafts including silk flowers, purses, quilting, sewing, crocheting, knitting and antiques. She was an active member of Southside Baptist Church for many years including Sunday School, Women's Missionary Union, Pantry Ministry and special projects.