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September 28, 2021


Delora Jean Davis Bridges

May 29, 1935 - September 27, 2021

Delora Jean Davis Bridges, age 86 and a resident of Franklinton, died at Good Samarian Living Center on Monday morning September 27, 2021. She was a longtime active member of First Baptist Church and active in the Winsome Sunday School Class. Delora was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was active in the member of the Shasta Club, Fair City Homemakers and Franklinton Garden Club. Delora spent many years volunteering at the Sylvest Cabin at Mile Branch Settlement.

Survived by: 2 Daughters and Sons in law: Malinda and Danny Harris, Patricia and Jon Gonzales all of Franklinton; 6 Grandchildren and Spouses: Dana Harris and Jeremy Norris, Christina and Brandon Boullion all of Franklinton, Daniel and Mandy Harris of Foxworth, MS, Leighton and Danielle Gonzales of Franklinton, Haylie and Ray McCarrol of Albany, Hanna Gonzales of Franklinton; Great-grandchildren: Autumn Bullock, Natalee Harris, Parker Harris, Christian Boullion, Logan Gonzales, Lana Gonzales, Lora Gonzales, Lacie Gonzales, Brenton McCarroll, Brielle McCarroll, Branson McCarroll, Isabella McCarroll, and an expected great granddaughter Baylin and 3 step-great-grandchildren; Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her husband Virgil L. Bridges, her parents Edgar and Melinda Crawford Davis, 2 infant grandsons, and an infant granddaughter Loren Marion Marie Gonzales, 2 sisters Katrina McRaney and Glaydine Bass and a brother Spencer Davis.

Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home on Wednesday September 29th from 9:00 am until 11:00 am. A funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel at 11:00 am Wednesday with Rev. Joe Baugh officiating. Burial will follow in Ellis Cemetery.

The family wishes to express a sincere thank you to Good Samaritan Living Center for all their loving care, Community Care Hospice for their support along with their chaplain Rev. Percy Frazier for the many visits the last several months and First Baptist Church staff and church family.

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