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Juanita Louise <I>Murphy</I> Agan

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Juanita Louise Murphy Agan

Birth
USA
Death
12 Oct 2008 (aged 85)
Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, USA
Burial
Minden, Webster Parish, Louisiana, USA Add to Map
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Mrs. Agan, age 85, died peacefully in Shreveport, Louisiana. As had been her fervent prayer, she just slipped away to be with the Lord.

Memorial services were held on October 15, 2008 at the First Baptist Church of Minden. Rev. Wayne DuBose, Rev. Bill Ichter, and Rev. Leland Crawford officiated.

Juanita was best known for two things - her love and compassion for people and her writing. For the past 15 years, she wrote a weekly column for the Minden Press-Herald called Cameos of Minden. But even before the Cameos became a "fixture," she had been named Minden's "Woman of the Year" in 1995 for her overall contribution to the community.

We've lost a much-loved and well-respected lady of our community. She and her husband were very special to a lot of people and will always be remembered lovingly.

Juanita was preceded in death by her parents, James Allison Murphy and Louannie Longino Murphy, and her husband, J. C. Agan, Jr. Survivors include her daughter, Suzanne Jameson, and husband, Bob, of Minden; son, John A. Agan, of Minden; and three grandchildren: John Jameson and wife, Faith, of Macon, Georgia; David Jameson of Salatiga, Indonesia; and Paul Jameson of Minden.

The family asks that memorials be given to the First Baptist Church of Minden, the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home, or the charity of the donor's choice.




Mrs. Agan, age 85, died peacefully in Shreveport, Louisiana. As had been her fervent prayer, she just slipped away to be with the Lord.

Memorial services were held on October 15, 2008 at the First Baptist Church of Minden. Rev. Wayne DuBose, Rev. Bill Ichter, and Rev. Leland Crawford officiated.

Juanita was best known for two things - her love and compassion for people and her writing. For the past 15 years, she wrote a weekly column for the Minden Press-Herald called Cameos of Minden. But even before the Cameos became a "fixture," she had been named Minden's "Woman of the Year" in 1995 for her overall contribution to the community.

We've lost a much-loved and well-respected lady of our community. She and her husband were very special to a lot of people and will always be remembered lovingly.

Juanita was preceded in death by her parents, James Allison Murphy and Louannie Longino Murphy, and her husband, J. C. Agan, Jr. Survivors include her daughter, Suzanne Jameson, and husband, Bob, of Minden; son, John A. Agan, of Minden; and three grandchildren: John Jameson and wife, Faith, of Macon, Georgia; David Jameson of Salatiga, Indonesia; and Paul Jameson of Minden.

The family asks that memorials be given to the First Baptist Church of Minden, the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home, or the charity of the donor's choice.






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