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|Ora Lee Crooks Brown|
Funeral services for Ora Lee Crooks Brown, 80, of Ferriday, formerly of Prarieville and Vidalia, were held today, Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 11 a.m. at Evangeline Baptist Church in Wildsville with the Rev. Ron Ledford and the Rev. Dennis Baker officiating.
Burial followed at the church cemetery under the direction of Comer Funeral Home in Ferriday.
Mrs. Brown was born February 19, 1928, in Walters, LA, the daughter of Frank and Martha S. Crooks. She passed away Sunday, January 25, 2009, in Ferriday.
She was employed as a bookkeeper for Sterling Stores in Vidalia and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Vidalia.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ezra Brown; one brother, N.D. Crooks; and three sisters, Allie Ware, Hildred Watson and Elsie Clark.
Survivors include one son, John Brown of Pass Christian, MS; one daughter, Marti Broussard of Ferriday; two brothers, Ellis Crooks of Vidalia and Gerald Crooks of Morgan City; four sisters — Shirley Deville and Tiny Mize, both of Vidalia, Lillie Windham and Bess Jernigan, both of Wildsville; three grandchildren — Justin Holland, Stephanie Foil and Melanie Brown; five great-grandchildren, Christine, Katie and Courtney Holland, Hannah Blythe and Brooks Foil.
Pallbearers were friends of the family.
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