Tupelo Obituaries

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via Oxford Eagle Online Edition 

    Friday's obituaries

    Lucy Gipson - 61, died Thursday at Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi in Oxford.


  • Thursday Jan 15 | via The Republic 

    Sarah Anna Wiseman, Deputy

    Sarah Anna Wiseman, 60, of Deputy, died at 4:38 a.m. Thursday, Jan.15, 2015, at King's Daughter's Hospital in Madison. She is survived by her husband, Clarence Wiseman of Deputy; two sons, Clifford Wiseman of Corydon and Jeffery Wiseman of Madison; two brothers, Kenny Deputy of Bowling Green, Kentucky and Malcomb Deputy of Versailles; one sister, Janet Anderson of Corydon; three step-children, Mallory Wiseman of Tupelo, Mississippi, Carrissa Swiger and Timothy Swiger of Madison.


  • Sunday Jan 11 | via Newms360.com 

    Leslie Criss: Reality TV set in Mississippi might re...

    "Why watch reality TV when I can just open my blinds and look out my window to all the reality I can handle?" - Jarod Kintz Honestly, life is real enough. I'd rather watch something that's not going to make me feel any worse about the condition of the world.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via WISH-TV Indianapolis 

    Elvis fans celebrate his birthday in Memphis

    Elvis Presley is shown with his Gibson J-200 guitar in a 1957 MGM studio publicity photo. Born in Tupelo, Miss., Elvis was an immediate sensation in the mid-1950s with his blend of blues rock and rockabilly.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via KAZR-FM Des Moines 


    THIS DAY IN 1935: Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi. He died at his Graceland mansion in Memphis in 1977.


  • Thursday Jan 1 | via Oxford Eagle Online Edition 

    Thursday's obituaries

    The Rev. L. Leslie Nabors Jr. - 81, died Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014, at the North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.


  • Dec 27, 2014 | via Newms360.com 

    Honoring a 'Southern Gentleman': Coffee club continu...

    Early Wednesday morning, a group of men gathered at Cafe 212 for their regular coffee klatch and raised their mugs in memory of one of their own - the late David Sparks. The coffee they were drinking - a special blend called Southern Gentleman - was also created in honor of Sparks, who died Nov. 29 after a long battle with cancer.