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|Virginia Anderson Sibley|
Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Anderson Sibley, 84, of Clayton were held at Clayton Baptist Church on Sunday, February 22, 2009, 11 a.m., with Bro. John Williams officiating.
Interment followed at Greenlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Young's Funeral Home in Ferriday.
Mrs. Sibley was born February 9, 1925, in Mangham and passed away Thursday, February 19, 2009, at Terrebonne General Medical Center in Houma.
She was a resident of Clayton and a housewife. She was a charter member of the Clayton Baptist Church serving in many different capacities and as secretary/treasurer, Sunday School teacher, providing beautiful flowers for the Altar each Sunday. She was a former member of the Ferriday First Baptist Church. She worked at the Concordia Parish Trade School for many years as secretary.
She was a former member and president of the GFWC Community Service Club of Ferriday. She loved her home state of Louisiana and was a knowledgeable historian. She enjoyed her years of working for the Louisiana Tourist Bureau. Together with her sisters and their family she enjoyed hunting, fishing and many outdoor activities.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Richard Bethea and Earleen Weems Anderson; sisters — Willa Catherine Taunton and Bonnie Jean Robertson; brothers-in-law — Travis "Doc" Taunton and Edward Robertson.
Survivors include son, Rick Sibley and wife, Neeva, of Monterey; daughters — Karen Endres and husband, Sam, of Gainesville, TX, Susan Tompkins and husband, Alan, of Houma; grandchildren — Richie Sibley and wife, Jan, of Baton Rouge, Stephen Sibley and wife, Sandra, of Marksville, Angie Eason and husband, Mark, of Gainesville, Jeannie Almerico and husband, Sam, of Houston, TX, Becky Endres of Gainesville, Jacob Endres of Gainesville, Texas, and Michael Tompkins of Houma. Also surviving are nine great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Richie Sibley, Stephen Sibley, Jacob Endres, Michael Tompkins, Richard Robertson, Pat Robertson, Brent Taunton and Mark Taunton.
Honorary pallbearers were Chuck Sibley, Buck Andrews and Sammy Parker.
The family asked that any planned memorials be made to Clayton Baptist Church.
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