Pat Taylor (12-01-2016)
Pat Taylor, 78 passed
away Friday, November 25,
2016 in Spearsville.
He was born on August
16, 1938 in Spearsville, he
was the son of Wiley Dee
Taylor and Evelyn Trickey
Pat was a member of the
Antioch Church of Christ.
He worked as an operator
for Mid Valley Pipeline and
was a member of Ten Mile
Hunting Club and the VFW
and was a veteran of the
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
brother, Willie Gene Taylor.
He is survived by: His
wife of 50 years, Marilynn; a son, Mark Brandon Taylor
and wife Nicola of Broadrun, Va.; a daughter, Christy
Gunter and husband Ronnie of Lillie; a daughter Alison
Cardin and husband Nick of El Dorado; five grandchildren
– Clint Aaron Taylor, Zachary Gunter, Kaley Gunter,
Morgan Gunter, Beaux Riley Cardin and Harley Cardin;
a brother, Leon Taylor and wife Wanda of Taylor Town;
a sister, Sarah Taylor Lockwood of Tyler, Texas; a sister,
Elizabeth Taylor Hinton and husband Del of Arlington,
Texas; a sister, Wanda Taylor Lockwood of Tyler, Texas;
as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation was from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, November 28,
2016 at Antioch Church of Christ in Spearsville. Funeral
services were held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
at Antioch Church of Christ with Bro.Tommy Bennett
and Bro. Paul Dunn officiating. Interment will follow at
Antioch Cemetery under the direction of Young’s Funeral
Memorials may be made to Antioch Cemetery Fund,
c/o Mr. Brent Patterson, 133 Boundary Road, Spearsville,
An online registry is available at www.youngsfuneralhome.
Jack L. Brumfield (12-01-2016)
The earthly journey of Jack L. Brumfield of Baton
Rouge ended Sunday afternoon, November 20, 2016, at
home. He was in the presence of his family and is now
walking with the angels on the Heavenly streets of gold.
Jack was born in Baton Rouge April 22, 1934. Funeral services
were held at Istrouma Baptist Church on Wednesday,
November 23, 2016.
While this life on earth is over, his family and friends
celebrate as his glorious new journey in eternity has begun.
Jack is survived by: His loving wife and best friend
of 63 years, Marlene. The Brumfields are former residents
of Farmerville and attended First Baptist Church here.
He is also survived by: His daughter DiAnne Haddox
and husband Kinny of Farmerville; son David Brumfield
and wife Janet of Baton Rouge; daughter Nancy Parker
and husband Chris of Denham Springs; six grandchildren Evie and Emma Davis and William, Stewart and Jack Haddox
and Salvatore Cannizzaro. His great grandchildren
were also a special joy and comfort to him. His legacy will
live on through them.
Jack gave his life to Jesus when he was nine years old.
He spent his life serving others and was a Deacon and
Sunday School teacher. He retired from Shell Chemical
in Geismar. He served in the U.S. Army in Washington,
D.C. He loved the outdoors and fishing was his favorite
past time. He enjoyed God’s glory many days fishing in
the marsh, the Gulf of Mexico, the Atchafalaya Basin,
Toledo Bend and Lake D’Arbonne.
The family respectfully requests any memorials be
made to the Istrouma Baptist Church Benevolence Fund.
– Adam Haddox and wife Lauren of Baton Rouge,
Christopher Brumfield and wife Jessica of Denham
Springs, Julie Davis and husband Andy of West Monroe,
Sarah Brumfield of Gonzales, Jack Brumfield and wife
Sadie of Gonzales, Keri Cannizzaro and husband Louis
of Mandeville and Landon Parker of Baton Rouge.
His grandchildren were a great joy of his life as he
watched them grow and become loving, caring, serving
adults. In turn, his grandchildren grew to respect him,
follow his example and loved him dearly. He also has eight
loving great grandchildren – Addison and Laney Brumfiel,
Mickey Joe Roberson (12-01-2016)
Graveside services for Mickey Joe Roberson, 57, of
Farmerville were held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, November
26, 2016, at Liberty Hill-Taylor cemetery with Bro. Aleck
Nyegaard and Bro. Wayne Whiteside officiating. Arrangements
were under the direction of Farrar Funeral Home
Mr. Roberson, an employee of over 20 years at Koch
Nitrogen and a residential contractor until 2011, went to
his heavenly home on November 24, 2016. He was a member
of Salem Baptist Church. Mr. Roberson enjoyed deer
hunting and woodworking. He loved his family and was
especially proud of his two girls.
He was preceded in death by: His grandparents, Minnie
and Furmon Roberson and Karma Crow and Joe Lee
Left to cherish his memory is: His loving wife of 37
years, Janet Brantley Roberson of Farmerville; two
daughters – Michelle Lynn Roberson of Farmerville and
Dr. Kristen Roberson Lile and husband Dr. Brett Lile of
Little Rock, Ark.; parents, J.M. and Jackie Roberson of
Spencer; a brother, Michael Roberson and wife, Buffy
of Spencer; two nephews – Caleb Roberson and Garrett
Roberson; and numerous other relatives and many friends.
Pallbearers were Scott Brantley, Judd Brantley, Brett
Lile, Mike Roberson, Caleb Roberson and Garrett Roberson.
Visitation was from 9 a.m. until time of the service at
Farrar Funeral Home in Farmerville, La.
Online messages for the family may be left at farrarfuneralhomeonline.
Cliff Adcock (12-01-2016)
Funeral services for Cliff Adcock, 69, of Spearsville
were held at 1 p.m. on Monday, November 28, 2016, at Mt.
Union Baptist Church with Bro. Ronnie Whitlock officiating.
Burial was in Mt. Union cemetery under the direction
of Farrar Funeral Home in Farmerville.
Mr. Adcock, retired from Wade Correctional Center
and a long-time cattleman, went to his heavenly home on
November 26, 2016.
He was preceded in death by: His father, Billie Joe Adcock;
son, Casey Adcock; and daughter, Marcie Adcock.
Left to cherish his memory is: Wife, Margaret Mc-
Crary Adcock; a son, Dusty Adcock and wife Tammy of
Spearsville; his mother, Junette Adcock of Spearsville; two
step-sons – Alex Grier and Marcus Grier; a granddaughter,
Sterling Adcock; three step-grandchildren – Reagan Avery,
Holly Martin and Casey Pylant; and numerous other relatives
and many friends.
Visitation was 5-8 p.m. on Sunday, November 27, 2016,
at Farrar Funeral Home Chapel in Farmerville.
Online messages for the family may be left at farrarfu