“God is love.”
~1 John 4:8~
Adrian would like to Thank everyone for all the Prayers I know they are working , still needs more ! He was sent home last night with these 4 To deal with|| EndStage Kidney Disease / Heart Failure /. Aortic Stenosis /Coronary Artery Disease. Going back Tuesday to do Stents No open Heart at this time Will know more later Hoping the Stents will help him until the Heart Valve can be done Thanks for Prayers 🙏🙏 . (Written by Lauree)
Carol Bennett Sealey grew up in Roseland where she still has many friends and relatives. Her sister, Barbara Bennett Gaines, shared this yesterday.
Asking everyone to please put my sister Carol Bennett Sealey on their prayer list. She found out almost a month ago, after a colonoscopy that she has colon cancer. After lots of doctor’s appts., blood work, and scans, they believe it is contained to that one polyp. She will be having surgery Tuesday morning. Please remember to lift her up that all will go well with good results. She is a trooper for sure, she has had more than her share of surgeries and keeps right on going. You can never have too many prayers. Thanking you in advance!! Love my sister, I mean my older sister!!! LOL Carol still Love you!!!
Dolly Frazier had her second successful cataract surgery this week. Thank God for Dolly’s successful surgeries and improved vision.
Mr. “Cete” Dillon will be going to Hammond today to receive additional blood. Please keep him in your prayers.
George Eddie Lee came to visit David yesterday. We immediately noticed his left knee was bandaged. He burned his knee in a tractor mishap. Pray for complete healing of the knee with no complications.
Rev. John Fulda has had some heart issues that now seem to be correctable due to a new procedure that is available. He is well known and loved because of his many years of teaching chorus in Amite and of preaching in the Church of Christ in the Amite area. Pray the new procedure will be available and successful.
June 20, 1946 – May 15, 2019
Joseph “Joe” Hugh DeBlanc, 72, a resident of Osyka, MS, passed away May 15, 2019 at his residence. Visitation will be Friday, May 17, 2019 from 9AM until services at 11AM at Terry’s Creek Baptist Church. Rev. Laverne Summerlin, Rev. James Sanders, and Rev. Wade Burgess will officiate.
Mr. DeBlanc was born June 20, 1946 to the late Elliott R. and Geneva McElveen DeBlanc. He was a retired dairy farmer along with being a member and deacon of Terry’s Creek Baptist Church. He will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him.
He is preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, George DeBlanc and David DeBlanc; and two sisters, Deloris Bethel and Annette DeBlanc.
He is survived by his wife; Patricia DeBlanc of Osyka, MS; one son, Jody DeBlanc (Laura) of Osyka, MS; one daughter, Amy DeBlanc Burgess (Wade) of Sugar Land, TX; two brothers, Robert DeBlanc (Susie) and Roy DeBlanc; one sister, Genevieve Johnson (Billy); four grandchildren, Alex Burgess, Ashlyn, Aaron, and Allye DeBlanc; a mother-in-law, Lois G. Bridges; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be: Danny Spencer, Bud Spencer, Doug Easley, Steve Travis, Billy Lee, Travis Easley and Glenn Sanders.
Honorary Pallbearers will be John M. Bond, Allen McDaniel, Dennis Lea, and Christopher Myers.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be made to Terry’s Creek Baptist Church.
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