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Louise Eades Noah
(February 12, 1920 - December 9, 2017)

Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Eades Noah of Vaiden will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, December 11, at the Shongalo Presbyterian
Church. Rev. Phil McRae will officiate the services and burial will follow in the Old Salem Cemetery, near Vaiden. Visitation will begin Monday
at 1 p.m. until service time at the church.

Mrs. Noah was a retired City Clerk for the City of Vaiden and a member of the Blackmonton Presbyterian Church.

Mrs. Noah is survived by her son Kenneth Noah (Judy) of Vaiden; two grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She is preceded in
death by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. James Eades; two brothers; and three sisters.

Pallbearers will be Robert Laney, Charles Ellis, Jimmy Webb, Clint Tompkins, Charles McCorkle, and Ken McDougal.

Memorials may be made to the Old Salem Cemetery Fund, c/o Stanley Stuart, 102 Greensboro Street, Vaiden, MS 39176.

Monday, Dec. 11        1 - 2 pm
Shongalo Presbyterian Church
Vaiden, MS

Monday, Dec. 11                2 pm
Shongalo Presbyterian Church
Vaiden, MS

Old Salem Cemetery
near Vaiden, MS
Alan and Pam Browning

Kennth Ray,Judy and family our thought and prayers are with you and your family we loved Louise and will miss her
very much

Dennis and Deborah Miller

Kenneth Ray and family:
So very sorry to hear about your Mother. What a long life she had. You have been blessed to have her and all the
memories to get you through the difficult days ahead.
Love in Christ, Dennis and Deborah

Billy and Diane Hambrick

Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Zula Howard Parker

Sorry for the loss of your mother-in -law. Praying for the family. Judy was your last name Miller? We lived on Mr.
Guyton's place in the Possumneck community, John William Oakes place, Johnny Stevens, and Lessie Herod's before
moving to Winona.
I got married Nov.20,1970 and moved to TX. Wayne and I have a daughter and they had 3 sons. Our oldest grandson
has 2 girls, 2 sons,and a stepson. Our middle grandson has a son and a stepdaughter. He's in the Army He's in Alanta
training for Staff Sgt. He's stationed in Ft. Hood. Our youngest grandson isn't married. He gets out of the Navy
Saturday. I worked at the 55 Truck Stop in Vaiden for Thomas Doster and Hugh                            
Ferguson when they opened until 2 wks. before I got married. I knew Bobby and Billy Noah. I would stop in the truck
stop to see Bobby when we visited Joyce out at the Attala and Carroll county line. Joyce lives in Kilmichael 2 of her
sons live with her. Theo went to Vietnam after 6 wks. training in the Army at Ft. Bragg. Mother, Daddy and I took
him to Memphis for his flight on my birthday on Oct.5,1969. He was killed Jan.20,1970. He was on a tanker watching
to see if the way was clear and he was killed. He is buried with Mother and Daddy in Oakwood cemetery in Winona.
Joyce will be buried there. Daddy brought 4 plots and give one to me. I gave it to Joyce. You might have known our
cousin Jo Ann Howard Mikell Uncle Joe and Aunt Lura's daughter that lived in Kosciusko. She's living in Madison
close to her 2 daughters. One daughter got a divorce and the oldest daughter's husband has health problems.  Hope I
didn't bore you with this e-mail.
February 12, 1920
December 9, 2017