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Aubrey Stokes

Posted: Monday, December 22, 2014 | Views: 1066

Aubrey Stokes
Crain Funeral Home

AUBREY STOKES, AGE 89 and a former resident of Franklinton died at 11:05 pm Saturday December 20, 2014 at the Jackson War Veterans Home.

He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II during which he served as a tank operator. Aubrey later became a tugboat captain for the State of Louisiana and a dairy farmer.

He enjoyed gardening and he produced enough vegetables to travel around and sell them near his home.

Aubrey also enjoyed hunting and was a longtime member of Mt. Hermon Pentecostal Church and later attended Faith Tabernacle Church. He was always a faithful Bible reader and loved his Lord and Savior.

Survived by:

Brother and Sister in law: Carley and Ann Stokes of Mt. Hermon

2 Sisters: Lexie Easley of Baton Rouge, Lavern Wall of Hammond

5 Step-daughters and Spouses: Pearl Steele of Kentwood, Sue and Kenny Tucker of Tangipahoa, Barbara Didone of Kentwood, Linda and Don Baker of La Porte, TX, Glenda Williams of Sugar Land, TX

3 Step-sons and Spouses: Frank and Amy Bedwell of Kentwood, Earl and Barbara Didone of Crosby, TX, Mikel and Christina Bedwell of Marion Junction, AL

Also numerous step-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by wives Dewis Wilson Stokes and Ruby Fairburn Stokes, a daughter Jean Stokes, his parents Otto Stokes and Cora Lee Lebo Stokes, 2 brothers Otto Stokes, Jr. and James Stokes, and 3 sisters Annie Mae Cox, Dorothy Watson and Margaret Magliolo.

Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home Friday December 26th from 10 am until 1 pm. A funeral service will be held at 1 pm Friday in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Paul Watts and Rev. Randall Garcia officiating. Burial will follow in the Faith Tabernacle Church Cemetery.
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