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March 01, 2017


Lydia Guin Creel
November 19, 1952 - February 28, 2017

LYDIA GUIN CREEL, AGE 64 and a resident of Franklinton died at 10:30 am Tuesday February 28, 2017 at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Franklinton who enjoyed taking care of the needs of others and reading, in order to learn all that she could. Lydia received her degree in Education and later her Masters+30 from the University of Southern Mississippi. She began teaching at Bowling Green School and then taught 4th through 6th grade English/Language Arts at Pine School for 32 years, where she was also the 4-H Club leader. Lydia also enjoyed traveling to the beach and making kettle corn and pork skins. She was a longtime member and current President of the Winbury Club. Lydia liked to be “fixed up” every time she left the house and she had a special place in her heart for her pet dog Che Che. She was always a loving wife, mother and friend.
Survived by: Husband of 41 years: Dr. Isaac Franklin “Doc” Creel of Franklinton; Daughter: Brianna Temple Creel of Franklinton; Sister and Brother in law: Yvonne and Jerry Stewart of Chattanooga, TN; Nieces/Nephews and Spouses: Rachel Stewart and Kim Swanson, Derrick Guin, Donna Jean and Nathan Clark, Nancy Creel Hill and Chuck Hill, Mark and Linda Creel; Sister in law: Nina Creel of Central
She was preceded in death by her parents W.W. Guin and Ammel House Guin, a brother Don Guin, father in law and mother in law E.M. and Alma Creel, brother in law Elwyn Creel and nephews Karl Creel and Greg Creel.
Visitation will be at First Baptist Church of Franklinton on Friday March 3rd from 4 pm until 9 pm and after 9 am on Saturday. A funeral service will be held in the church at 11 am on Saturday with Rev. Paul Watts and Rev. David Easterling officiating. Burial will follow in the Fisher United Methodist Church Cemetery.

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