Obituary of Opal Goodman Peppers, LaSalle Parish, Louisiana
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From The Jena Times - Olla Tullos Signal; Jena, LaSalle Parish, La.
Wednesday, September 16, 1998
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Opal Goodman Peppers
Opal Goodman Peppers, 75, of Jena, died at 3:45 p.m., Saturday, September
12, 1998, at the Life Care Hospital in Shreveport.
She was a retired school teacher and member of the First Baptist Church of
She was born in Rapides Parish on Feb. 20, 1923, to the union of David
Louis and Beulah Eugenia Jones Goodman.
Services were held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the chapel of Kinner
and Stevens Funeral Home of Jena with the Revs. Arnold Norsworthy and
William Poe officiating.
Graveside services followed in the Jonesboro City Cemetery in Jonesboro at
3 p.m., with burial under direction of Kinner and Stevens, Inc., of Jena.
Survivors include her husband, Laurin W. Peppers of Jena; one daughter,
Diane Brown of Shreveport; one sister, Betty Goodman of Jena; and two
Pallbearers were N. H. Poole, Clay White, Norman Welch, Dixie Wilson,
Robert Wood, and Tony McDonald.