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|Emma Thompson Bryan|
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Thompson Bryan, 94, of Wildsville were held at Evangeline Baptist Church on Friday, January 15, 2010, 11 a.m. with Dr. Ralph Webber officiating.
Interment followed at Evangeline Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Young's Funeral Home of Jonesville.
Mrs. Bryan was born July 24, 1915, in New Era to J.W. and Pearl Thompson Morace and she passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at Natchez Community Hospital in Natchez.
She was a member of the Evangeline Baptist Church where she was a former Sunday School teacher, WMU member and church treasurer.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Bryan; three sisters, Mertie Ezell, Ellie Randall, and Melvia Lanoue; and three brothers, J.W. Thompson, Bill Thompson, and Lavere Morace
Survivors include daughter, Dorothy Chauvin and husband Charles of Vidalia; Linda Strange of Wildsville; son, Jerry Bryan and wife Cheryl of Jonesville; grandchildren -- Suzan Hogue, Nancy Laird, Jane Opperman, Laura Strange, Jeremy Bryan, Daniel Bryan, Jesse Bryan, Mika White, Dorey May and Stacie Reid; great grandchildren -- Kate Lee Laird, Hudson Laird, Andy Wilson, Emma Hogue, Paul Opperman, Mary Jane Opperman, Christopher Strange, Jacob Strange, Dylan and Emma Bryan, Madison White and Noah White.
Pallbearers were Daniel Bryan, Jeremy Bryan, Jimmy Wade, Jesse Bryan, Bobby Emerick, and Dennis Hogue.
The family would like to say a special thank you for the care that was given to our mother by Shay Johnson, Rennie Sanson, Ola Brown Geraldine Benson, Cathy Clark, Delores Ceasor, and Ashley Butts.
In lieu of flowers,the family has asked that donations be made in her memory to the Evangeline Baptist Church or charity of your choice.
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