Survivors include a son, Earl H. Jordan Jr. and wife, Glynda, of Plainview, Texas; two sons, Joe Jordan and wife, Debbie, of Corinth and Terry Jordan and wife, Barbara, of Michigan City; a daughter, Wanda Stanton and husband, Johnny, of Hickory Flat; two daughters, Betty Pate and husband, Ron, of Florence, Ala., and Cindy Childers and husband, David
, of New Albany; three brothers, Billy Elliott of Ashland, Marion Elliott Jr. of Holly Springs and Roger Elliott of Potts Camp; two sisters, Alice Velena West of Ashland and Patsy Bolden of Holly Springs; two stepsons, Lynn Cox and wife, Georgianna, of Olive Branch, and Larry Cox and wife, Joan, of Potts Camp; a stepdaughter, Linda Orman and husband, Gary, of Ripley; a son-in-law, Max Howell of Florence, Ala.; 22 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren.
...Survivors include a daughter, Rita Hill and husband, David, of Saltillo; a son, Darrin Neal of Atalla, Ala.; three grandchildren, Jason Love, Jessica Conway and Jordan Hill, all of Saltillo; two great-grandchildren, Lucas Conway and Lanie Conway.
Survivors include four children, Mike Sudduth of Maine, Rebecca Sudduth of Greenville, Texas, and David Sudduth
and wife, Amy, and Jennifer Nieman and husband, Charles, all of Snellville, Ga.; a sister, Jean Mauldin of Tupelo; a stepdaughter, Joyce Siddall and husband, Charles, of Tupelo; 11 grandchildren, Brenda Robertson, Crista Sudduth and Rene Cain of Greenville, Texas, Alyssa and Jacob Sudduth, Tina and Terry Swiney, all of Snellville, Ga., and several grandchildren from Maine; two great-grandchildren, Lacy Lynn Monk and Kennton Gray II of Greenville, Texas; six stepgrandchildren, Brandon Garcia and Justin Nieman of Snellville, Ga., Jamie, Scott and Brian Siddall and Angel Nanney, all of Tupelo; three stepgreat-grandchildren, Andrew and Madison Nanney, and Jacob Siddall, all of Tupelo; numerous nieces and nephews.