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William Stephen Loden
(January 10, 1945 - November 8, 2020)

A graveside memorial service for William Stephen Loden of Winona will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 13,
at the Winona Garden of Memory in Winona, with Rev. John Goldwater officiating.

Mr. Loden, 75, passed away at his home on Sunday, November 8.   He was born on January 10, 1945, and was the
son of the late William Landon and Mary Charlotte Sheffield Loden.  He was the retired Director of Finance for the
Greenwood Public School District.  Mr. Loden was a graduate of Delta State University, a veteran of the Mississippi
Army National Guard, and a member and elder of The Foundry Church in Winona.

Mr. Loden is survived by his wife, Joy Poos Loden of Winona; daughters, Amy Mayhue (Rob) of Madison, Lisa Allen
(Brad) of Collierville, TN, and Lindsey Hearn (Rob) of Brandon; sons, Will Loden (Leslee) of Kosciusko and Marcus
Walker (Ashley) of Carrollton; brother, Larry Loden (Linda) of Mountain Home, AR; and seven grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Foundry Church Building Fund, 1512 Hwy 407, Street, Winona, MS  
38967; or to Beautiful Feet Ministries (, 1709 East Hattie Street, Ft. Worth, TX  76104.

Graveside Memorial Service

Friday, November 13                10 am
Winona Garden of Memory
Laurie Loden Francis

Love you Uncle Steve! You will be missed!! Prayers for all of you!

Bill Burnett

So sorry to hear of Steves passing. He was a wonderful Christian man, and I was proud to have known him. He was a
spiritual leader to me. Hes sitting right where he would want to beon the right hand of God.

Linda Walker

Dear Joy, Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May your strong faith be a great comfort to you.
Also you will find that your children and grandchildren will bring much happiness in the years ahead.
Much Love, Linda

Martha Honey Sibley

Sorry for your loss. I am Martha HONEY Sibley and I live in Inverness, Ms. We use to stay on the farm, that Stephen
father was the Manager of. We lived on the farm until 1971. My sisters Dorothy and Lillie send there condolences also
and the Bush family. Scripture teaches us the Weeping may Endure for a night, but Joy comes in the morning.
January 10, 1945
November 8, 2020
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