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|William L. Koerber|
William "Bill" Leo Koerber, 76, of Gilbert, Ark., passed from this life on Sunday, July 25, 2010, at the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, Harrison, Ark.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010, 1 p.m. at Laird Funeral Home in Natchez.
He was born in Natchez on December 24, 1933 to Louis Warren Koerber and Mable Tutt Koerber.
William was of the Presbyterian faith. He and his wife attended the Gilbert Christian Church. William, better known as "Bill" to his friends and family, lived life to the fullest and was often heard to repeat the following quote, "Most people are as happy as they choose to be. I was born happy, I lived happy and I will die happy."
Mr. Koerber was a graduate of Natchez High School, Mississippi State University, and Tulane University School of Law. He practiced law for forty-five years in Vidalia until his retirement in 2003. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed being a member of the Pandella Hunting Club, Natchez.
William is preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Louis (Jack) Warren Koerber Jr. and James Edward (Buddy) Koerber; one sister, Caroline Maxine Koerber; and former spouse, Katherine Sims (Kitty) Anderson Koerber Shields.
Survivors include his wife of seventeen years, Lois Ann Weidler Koerber; three sons, James Anderson Koerber and wife Melinda of Hattiesburg, Miss., Ward Brinton Anderson and wife Elizabeth of LaPlace, Paul Sims Anderson Koerber and wife Angela of Ridgeland, Miss.; one stepson, Ryan T. Wilson and wife Wende of Gloster; one daughter, Kara Barrett Koerber Jones and husband Andrew of Aledo, Texas; one stepdaughter, Sheryl Ann Wilson Mayer and husband Frederick of Opelousas; five granddaughters — Emily Claire Koerber Montgomery and husband Thomas Gray, Mary Katherine Koerber DeWeese and husband Richard Dane, Laura Naquin, Kendall Naquin and Chandler Jones; three step granddaughters — Stephanie Sandifer, Caroline Mayer and Sara Mayer; four grandsons — Christian Anderson Koerber, Paul Sims Koerber II, David Nichols Ivy and Jeffrey Paul Naquin; three step grandsons — Tyler Sandifer, Jacob Wilson and Nathan Wilson; two great granddaughters, Lillian Claire Montgomery and Lacy Gray Montgomery; one sister, Barbara Ann Koerber Greenwald and husband Joseph and their daughter Jessica of Waterbury, VT; and cousin Dorothy (Titter) Wilson and husband Ed (Speedy) of Natchez.
Visitation for William L. Koerber was held Saturday, July 31, 2010, at Roller-Coffman Funeral Home in Marshall, Ark.
The family requests that donations be made to any of the following organizations: NARMC Hospital Auxiliary in Harrison, AR (Phone: 870-365-2483); The Natchez Children's Home (806 North Union Street, Natchez, MS 39120); The Pleasant Acre Day School, (P O Box 1362, Natchez, MS 39121); or any wildlife conservation organization of your choice.
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