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Must pass pre- employment drug screen & physical. One year tractor- trailer exp in past 3 years. Please call 877-656-2695 www, hinestrucking. corn HTI is an CALL US WITH YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TODAY ! ONLY $6.49 For up to 20 words equal opportunity employer I I ]' '1 I ily dearly. He also had his hands busy' as a Pipe Fitter, onPercy Anthony Duvic fueling jet planes, and proudly serving his country in the U.S. Army (1958 - 1961). Percy is survived by his children, Mary Duvic-Haley and husband Joey, W lliam "Andy" Duvic and wife Staci, Haydee Daniels and husband Bryan; four grandchii- dren, Katelyn Haley, Courtney Haley, Zachary Daniels : and Cade Duvic; one great-grandson, Jay en Haley-Cox; .two brothers, Leonard Duvic and wife Nancy, Charles Duvic and wife Jennifer; sister, Ruth Duvic Pepitone and husband Danny; sister-in-law, Kathleen Duvic; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ruth Heithlhan Duvic and P.A. Duvic; brother, Henry Duvic. ' The family would like to extend a special thanks to Laketha Gros, Annette Berry, Lilly Gros, Key Home Health, and Heart of Hospice for their exceptional care of Percy. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visita- tion at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Ponchatoula on Saturday'January 14, 2017, from 10 a.m. until the Mass of Christian Burial at lla.m, with Pastor Fr. McDuffy officiating Interment will follow in Ponchatoula Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to St. Joseph Catholic Church Ponchatoula. Arrangements have been entrusted to Brandon G. Thompson Funeral Home. MELVIN "TUCK" CURTIS MORSE, SR. Melvin "Tuck" Morse Sr., a resident of Ponchatoula, ] was born on December 13, 1929. He passed away peace- ! fully at his residence surrounded by his loving family at SOMETHING ] the age of 87. OLD ,. He,.serve,d,, fori nearly NEW THRIFT STORE 301 W. RR. Ave. Independence. LA NEW HOURS STARTING DEC 1 Wed- Sat 9am-4pm Help Wanted: Tangi Meats Production Worker SOMETHING : I:i 38 years, ~jth the ~Pgn- ' I chatoula Post Of'fi'cel and Must have forklift experience. Apply at: 15337 West Hoffman Road, Hammond, LA 70403 To Join Us in Worship at St. Joseph Church S(]]EI)UI, later retired as the As- sistant Postmaster. Tuck was a 1948 Ponchatoula High School graduate and attended college at South- eastern Louisiana Univer- sity. He served his country in the United States Navy and was a veteran of the lt Bizy -n. Melvin "Tuck" Mores Sr. Korean War. Tuck was a longtime member of Post 47 American Legion of Ponchatoula. He coached hundreds of young boys in football, basketball, andbaseball. Tuck was an avid LSU fan, holding football season tickets for over 50 years. He was a Steward in the local First United Methodist Church for many years, as well as a Deacon of Ponchatoula First Baptist Church, singing in thechoir and serving in numerous positions. Tuck was 'a charter member of the Ponchatoula Jaycees, as well i ~ :~as a longtime member of the Ponchatoula Kiwanis Club, serving as the Treasurer for many years and honored with several awards. He traveled the country and the world with his beloved wife, Joan. He was a kind and wonderful man who will be deeply missed by all who ' knew him. Tuck is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Joan Thompson Morse; daughter, Belinda Morse of Crowley, i: LA; son, Melvin "Tuck" Morse, Jr.., and beloved grand- daughter, Ashley Nicole "Sweetie" Morse. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lillie Mae Robert "Pud" Morse; brothers, Roy "Dock" "Bud" Morse; sisters, Beatrice Morse Hoover :and Melody Morse Threeton. Relatives and friends were invited to attend the visi- tation at First Baptist Church of Ponchatoula on Thurs- day, January 5, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Visi- tation resumed on Friday at 9:00 a.m. until the funeral services at 11:00 a.m. with Dr. David Cranford and Dr. Bryant Barnes officiating the services. Interment followed in the Ponchatoula Cemetery Mausoleum. MORRIS LEON FELDER Morris Leon Felder, 89 of Ponchatoula was called to His Heavenly Home on Friday, January 6,2017. He was born in Ponchatoula on Wednesday, February 23, 1927, to ROy L. Felder and Mattie Turnage Felder. Morris graduated from Ponchatoula High School then served in the Unit- ed States Army for three years in Washington, DC. After serving in the Army, he settled down in Virginia for many years. Morris re- turned home to Louisiana, attended Southeastern Louisiana College in Ham- mond. After graduating from college he began his career with Shell Refin- Percy Anthony Duvic ery in Norco, transferring in New Orleans as an as- later to Shell Oil Company sociate purchaser until he Morris was an active member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Pon- chatoula also an active member of the Knight's of Columbus in Ponchatoula. During retirement Morris volunteered for the Tan- gipahoa Voluntary Coun- cil on Aging Board, "Capi- tal Area Agency on Aging Board" in Baton Rouge. Also, Morris volunteered with AARP Louisiana serving on their "State Legislative Committee" and "Capital City Task Force". Family meant every- thing to him. He leaves be- hind his beloved wife of 41- 1/2 years, Maureen Breen Felder, and his 5 wonderful loving children, James E. Felder (Joanie), Daniel R. Felder (Karen)~ Michael L. Felder (Stephanie), Lois C. Felder Gordon and Morris L. Felder, Jr. (Kelly). Oth- er special joys and loves of his life 12 grandchil- dren, Lauren, Beau (Lau- rie), Nikolas (Amy), Aaron (Kasey), Ann Beth (Ian), Dawn, Ashley, Erica, Brit- tany, William, Adysen and Madilyn, 14 great grand- children, Lakin, Tyler, Cayden, 'JaCkson; Eliza, Nikko, Madeline, Desirae', : Jaszmyne, Austin, Cars, Skylar, Cade and Peyton, 3 great great grandchil- dren, Emmie, Eden and La'Trell, his 2 sisters, Mattie Louise Felder Our- so and Lynda L. Felder Si- mon, his brothers in law, Rev. Bernard J. Breen and James D. Breen, sister in law, Ann Marie Kenney and her husband Stanley, his former wife, Caryl Lois Avery and many Turnage, Felder, and Breen nieces, nephews, cousins and close friends. Morris is preceded in death by his parents, Roy Leon Felder and Mattie E. Turnage Felder, his sister, Ethel H. Felder Vicknair, his two infant brothers, Eugene Roy Felder and Roy Leon Felder and his brothers in laws, Richard Vicknair, Russell Ourso, Lester Simon and George M. Breen, Jr. A Visitation for Morris will was held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and continue on Wednes- day, January 11, 2017 from 9:00a.m. until 10:45a.m. at Harry McKneely & Son Fu- neral Home in Ponchatou: la. Immediately following visitation was a precession to St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Ponchatoula for Morris' Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00a.m. Offi- ciating the ceremony was Rev. Bernard J. Breen and Deacon Larry Melan- con. Interment followed in the Wetmore Cemetery in Ponchatoula. THE TIMES DOSE NOT CHARGE FOR OBITUARIES Times Internet Edition -. E.Maih or