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Peace Worship Church of Vicksburg


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Thaddeus Albert DillardServices for Thaddeus Albert Dillard will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Parish Center with Linda Sweezer officiating.Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.Visitation will be Tuesday at Robbins Funeral Home with family hour from 6 until 8 p.m. and from 10 a.m. Wednesday until the service at St. Mary's Center.Mr. Dillard died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003, at Central Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.He was 57.Mr. Dillard was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and a long-time employee of Delphi Automotive Systems in Clinton.He graduated from Temple High School in Vicksburg and attended Jackson State University.He was a member of the House of Peace Worship Church of Vicksburg.He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred Dillard Jr.; a sister, Flora Howard; and a brother, William Richardson.He is survived by his wife, Maude Dillard of Raymond; two daughters, Rochelle Dillard of Blytheville, Ark., and Kimberly Williams of Spanaway, Wash.; a son, Jeremy Thomas of Vicksburg; three stepchildren, Mary Jenkins, Barbara Adams and Gregory Robinson, all of Jackson; his mother, Bessie Richardson Dillard of Vicksburg; five brothers, John Henry Dillard of Vicksburg, James Cornelius Dillard of Oak Park, Ill., Perry Lawrence Dillard of Gulfport, Larry E. Dillard of Miami, Fla., and Leon Harper of Dale City, Va.; four sisters, Bessie Mae Funches and Evangelist Linda Sweezer, both of Vicksburg, Marilyn G. Dillard of Jackson and Felicia Jones of Fitler; three grandchildren, Nazi Shamoil of Blytheville, Ark., Jordan Williams of Spanaway and KeShawn Robinson of Jackson; and friends and other relatives, including members of the Wright, Richardson, Johnson, Bell and Turner families.Thaddeus Albert DillardThaddeus Albert Dillard died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003, at Central Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.He was 57.Mr. Dillard was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and a long-time employee of Delphi Automotive in Clinton.He graduated from Temple High School in Vicksburg and attended Jackson State University.He was a member of the House of Peace Worship Church of Vicksburg.He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred Dillard Jr.; a sister, Flora Howard; and a brother, William Richardson.He is survived by his wife, Maude Dillard of Raymond; two daughters, Rochelle Dillard of Blytheville, Ark., and Kimberly Williams of Spanaway, Wash.; a son, Jeremy Thomas of Vicksburg; three stepchildren, Mary Jenkins, Barbara Adams and Gregory Robinson, all of Jackson; his mother, Bessie Richardson Dillard of Vicksburg; five brothers, John Henry Dillard of Vicksburg, James Cornelius Dillard of Oak Park, Ill., Perry Lawrence Dillard of Gulfport, Larry E. Dillard of Miami, Fla., and Leon Harper of Dale City, Va.; four sisters, Bessie Mae Funches and Evangelist Linda Sweezer, both of Vicksburg, Marilyn G. Dillard of Jackson and Felicia Jones of Fitler; three grandchildren, Nazi Shamoil of Blytheville, Ark., Jordan Williams of Spanaway and Keshaun Robinson of Jackson, and other relative and friends.Robbins Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.


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