Linda McHann Death, Obituary – Linda Dale McHann, who was 74 years old when she died away on February 14, 2018, was able to pass away peacefully in the environment of her own home. She was her mother Liddie Dale McCullough’s daughter, although her mother had passed away before she was born. She graduated from Carr Central High School with a diploma, spent many years working in the construction industry as an office manager, and, in addition to being an exceptional homemaker, she eventually took early retirement.
She held the position of president of the Clear Creek Women’s Golf Club for a duration of time spanning a period of five years. In her spare time, she enjoyed engaging in activities such as gardening, golfing, and fishing. Her allegiance in the Christian church was with the Baptists. She is survived by her husband of 39 years, Rodney McHann, who resides in Vicksburg; her son, Harry Uzzle, who resides in Orange, Texas; one granddaughter; three great grandchildren; two brothers, Percy McCullough and Stanley McCullough, both of Vicksburg; and two sisters, Lola Lawrence of Utica and Chirlene Skipper of Vicksburg.
Lola Lawrence and Chirlene Skipper both reside in Vicksburg. She had a 39-year marriage to her husband, Rodney. Her mother and her brother Robert McCullough were both gone before she was able to join them. In her family, she was the only child ever born. The following people have volunteered to serve as pallbearers for the funeral service: Harry Uzzle, Stanley McCullough, David Lasalle, Jerry Lawrence, Dannie Skipper, and Bob Walters.
Both Shannon Hamlin and Lillie Jones will be honored to carry the casket in a ceremonial capacity. To everyone at St. Joseph Hospice, the family would like to express their most sincere gratitude for all that you have done. Visitation will be held at the Fisher-Riles Funeral Home on Friday, February 17, from 12:30 PM until 2:00 PM. The funeral home is located at 5000 Indiana Avenue.
Following that, there will be a ceremony at the Greenlawn Gardens Cemetery gravesite. In lieu of sending flowers, the family requests that donations be made in memory of the deceased person to the Shriners Children’s Hospital, which can be found at 3100 Sanford Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 71103.