|Memoriam of Woolman
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|11/2/1997- Lake Charles American Press
Funeral services for Earl Woolman, 70, will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in
Johnson Funeral Home. The Revs. Haywood Hoffpauir, Nathan Avant and
William Whited II will officiate. Burial will be in Maxie Cemetery in Crowley.
Visitation will be from 3-10 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. Monday.Mr. Woolman
died at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31,1997, at his residence. A native of Ponca City,
Okla., he had lived in Lake Charles for the past 55 years.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II, serving on the USS Saratoga. He
received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from LSU and taught at
LaGrange High School. He retired as a machinist from Cities Service after 33
years of service. He was owner/operator of Woolmans' Party Ponies. He was a
member of the Sulphur Bible Missionary Church and was active with the Bible
Missionary Campground in DeRidder.
Survivors include three sons, Walter Ray Woolman of Lake Charles, Charles
Steven Woolman of Lufkin, Texas and Warren Lee Woolman of Pasadena,
Texas; two brothers, Wayne Woolman of Sulphur and Wilfrid Allen Woolman
of Lake Charles; one sister, Wanda Abrahams of Sulphur; and 10
Memorials may be made to the Sulphur Bible Missionary Church or the
Louisiana-South Texas District Camp of the Bible Missionary Church, the
|10 May 1997-Norwich Bulletin
Beth Ann Credit
Aug.7, 1959-May 8, 1997
Beth Ann Credit, 37, of 19 Green Hollow Road, Moosup, died Thursday at the
University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester.
She was born in Putnam on August 7, 1959, daughter of William and Dorothy
(Hall) Simonds of St. Petersburg, Florida.
She was a former secretary to Jim Blair in special services and was currently
employed at Plainfield High School as secretary to Arthur Dimmock.
She attended Quinebaug Valley Community-Technical College.
In addition to her parents, she is survived by two daughters, Sarah Beth Credit
and Sonya Lynn Credit, both of Moosup; Three brothers, Michael J. Simonds
of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mark E. Simonds of Plainfield and Hale B. Simonds of
San Diego; Two foster brothers, Raymond Clark of Moosup and James Peare
of Ocala, Fla; Two foster sisters, Tammy Smith of Jewitt City and Bonnie
Clark of Moosup; and several nieces and nephews.
Tillinghast Funeral Home, 35 Main St., Central Village, is in charge of