STOGNER, JAMES MONROE - Washington County, Louisiana | JAMES MONROE STOGNER - Louisiana Gravestone Photos

James Monroe STOGNER

Morris (Franklinton) Cemetery
Washington County,
Louisiana

January 25, 1925 - June 18, 2012

JAMES MONROE STOGNER, AGE 87

And a resident of Franklinton died at 4:30 PM Monday, June 18, 2012 at Northshore Specialty Hospital in Covington.

He was a heavy equipment operator for Standard Gravel for many years. He attended First United Pentecostal Church. He enjoyed going to the Smokey Mountains and listening and playing bluegrass music. He also enjoyed playing his guitar.

Survived by:

Wife of 64 years: Bertile Dufrene Stogner of Franklinton

Daughter: Sarah Cooper and Wayne Shoemaker of Franklinton

Son and daughter in law: Carl and Delores Stogner of Franklinton

4 Grandchildren and spouses:

Brad and Allison Bufkin of Walker; Jeff and Angela Bufkin of Franklinton; Stephen and Amy Stogner of Jackson, MS; Stephanie Stogner and Chris Miller of Franklinton

3 Great grandchildren:

Cheyenne Bufkin, Daniel Miller, Gabriele Miller

Sister: Bonnie Knight of Franklinton

Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and other family

He was preceded in death by his parents John H and Cammie Stogner, sister Lucille Creel and 4 brothers Charles Stogner, Steve Stogner, Leslie Stogner and Joe Stogner and a great grandchild Steven Christopher Stogner.

Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home from 6 PM until 9 PM Tuesday, June 19, 2012 and after 11 AM Wednesday. A funeral service will be held at 3 PM Wednesday in the funeral home chapel with Rev James Hamilton and Rev. Jimmy Hill officiating.

Burial will follow in the Morris Cemetery.


Contributed on 4/4/20 by billsully060
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Submitted: 4/4/20 • Approved: 4/4/20 • Last Updated: 4/7/20 • R257157-G0-S3

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