Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’  

The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’

There is no commandment greater than these.”

~Mark 12:30-31~

Jimmie Leo Kyzar, Sr.

April 13, 1934 – February 08, 2022

A resident of Roseland, LA, passed away on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at his home in Roseland, LA. He was born April 13, 1934 in Tylertown, Mississippi and was 87 years of age. He is survived by his 1 son, Jimmie Leo Kyzar, Jr. and wife, Trudy; 2 daughters, Judy Kyzar Day and Keith Vernon and Vivian Easley and husband, Billy; sisters, Vernie Callihan, Joyce Varnado, Elizabeth McGehee and Mary E. Ayres; 1 brother, Buster Kyzar; 9 grandchildren, Miranda L. Watts, Doug Creel, Alyssa Kyzar, and Jimmie Leo Kyzar, III, Suzette Easley, Michael Easley, Christy Akridge, Terry O. Moore, Shelly Kimble Fussell; 16 great-grandchildren, Sydney Robertson, Ja’Sani Watts, Graylin Watts, Jr., John Creel, James Creel, Justin Bang, Kendall Bang, Caleb Bang, Kinsley Fairburn, Wyatt Easley, Charlee Easley, Chanse Fussell, Shelby Lynn Moore, Travis Ledbetter, and Aaron Ledbetter. Preceded in death by his parents, Ollie Kyzar and Kennon Leo Kyzar; wife, Sula Kyzar; daughters, Larrissa A. Moore, Sarah K. Kimble; grandchild, John Ledbetter; sister, Sarah Inez Gumby; brothers, Robert Kyzar and Walter Leo(Lil Man). Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Saturday, February 12, 2022. Services conducted by Bro. Steven Miller. Interment Lewiston Cemetery, Kentwood, LA. For an online guestbook, visit

Norman Alphonso Frosch

(Brother-in-law of Bro. Darryl Miller) 4, 2022 (Link to photo)

Norman A. Frosch, 73, died in his home in   Mandeville, Louisiana on Friday, February 4th, 2022.

            Norman was a lifelong resident of Mandeville, Louisiana where he graduated from Mandeville High School. Norman had many professions throughout his life such as fisherman with his family’s business, Constable in Mandeville, welder and foreman at Avondale Shipyard, bartender at The Lake Theater, and carpenter for his own business. The profession that he was best known for was a police officer with the Mandeville Police Department from where he retired in 2005.

            Norman is survived by his wife Terry Miller Frosch; son Jason Frosch and his wife Cynthia; his son Lloyd “Butch” Frosch; stepdaughter Valerie Orazio and her husband Craig; stepdaughter Jaime La Crosse and partner Justin Dowd; stepson Austin Coleman; six grandchildren Jennifer Welch and husband Darren, Joey Hernandez, Alexa Hernandez, Brandon Moore and wife Alyssa, Nathaniel Frosch, Kaylee Orazio, and Caleb Orazio; and four great grandchildren Beaux Welch, Lloyd (LJ) Moore, Olivia Moore, and Sadie Welch.

            Norman was preceded in death by his father Joseph Frosch; mother Beatrice Friloux Frosch; sister Peggy Mundohl; brother Clyde Frosch; and sister Joan Lemons.

  There will be a grave side service in the Mandeville Cemetery on Monday, February 21st, 2022, at 2:00pm.

            In the last months of his life, Norman was visited by several members of his family and many friends to whom many thanks are extended. Additional thanks are offered to the St. Tammany Hospital Hospice, especially Nurse Susan, Aide Tawani, and Chaplain Lonnie, for their assistance in ensuring Norman was comfortable, cared for, and in peace for his last days.

Raylyn, the young granddaughter of Glenda Harrell’s pastor, had a organ transplant yesterday. Please pray for Raylyn and the medical staff caring for her now and later her family as they care for her at home.


February 9 – I Corinthians 13:4-7


Many churches are having Prayer Meeting tonight.

FBC, Kentwood – 6 P.M. (also available live and later on Facebook)

5 P.M. – Youth meeting begins.

Other churches – Check for their time.

This morning, we have at least one new reader/prayer. We are always thankful to be joined by others. Welcome, Linda.

Anna Lee