In memory of
Ineda Luter James
In memory of
Ineda Luter James
Neat's Story. Ineda Luter James was born to the union of Deacon Eugene Luter and Mother Pearlie Luter on June 18, 1930, in Kokomo, Mississippi. She was reared in a Christian home. Ineda attended the public schools of Darbun Community, including Darbun Line Elementary School, Magee's Creek High School, and Saints Industrial and Literary School in Lexington, Mississippi. Ineda married John Henry Moore, and to this union, a set of twins were born, Anita Jean Moore and John Moore. In her Golden Years, Ineda united in marriage with Wilton James Sr., a union called "The Greatest Love of All." As a young adult, Ineda moved to Chicago, IL and worked at Illinois Bell Telephone Company, retiring after 35+ years, . afterward working as a proofreader at the Bank of Chicago.Ineda joined St. Paul COGIC in Chicago, Illinois, under Bishop L. H. Ford. After many years in Chicago, Neat moved to New Orleans and attended First COGIC United under Bishop James Feltus, Jr. and Gethsemane COGIC United under Bishop Earl LeViege, Sr. After uniting in marriage with Mr. Wilton James, Ineda moved to Columbia, Mississippi, joined the Columbia Valley Methodist Church and served as an usher, and president of the 80th Club. Neat had many hobbies! She loved watching football and basketball; the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bulls were her favorite teams. Ineda leaves to cherish her memories, one brother: Bishop Marcus Luter (Eleanor) of McComb, MS; six sisters: Supervisor Hazel L. Feltus and Supervisor Almeta L. LeViege (Bishop Earl LeViege, Sr.)of New Orleans, LA; Supervisor Maggie L. Wright of Portland, Oregon; Dr. Doris L. Copeland of Kileen, TX; Missionary Jerry L. Thomas (Deacon Albert Thomas) of San Bernardino, CA; and Mrs. Willie L.Evans (John Evans) of Biloxi, MS; a goddaughter: Christie Harry Gatlin (James Gatlin) of Columbia, MS; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Ineda Luter James was preceded in death by her spouses: John Henry Moore, Kirkland Reed, and Wilton James Sr.; two children: Anita Jean Moore and John Henry Moore; parents: Deacon Eugene and Mother Pearlie Luter; siblings: Henry Luter, Clettis Luter (Red), Clexie Luter (Black), Eva L. Adams, Eunice L. Rodgers, and Ada L. Williams. The Home going Celebration is on Saturday, February 20, 2021. A viewing will begin at 10:00 AM, and the Funeral Service will start at 11:00 AM. Services are at Smith Funeral Home, 519 Owens Street, Columbia, MS 39429. The Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery, Columbia, MS. Join the service on Zoom at Meeting ID: 274 204 7820 / call in number: 1-312-626-6799.
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Columbia, MS 39429
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In memory of
Ineda Luter James
Neat's Story. Ineda Luter James was born to the union of Deacon Eugene Luter and Mother Pearlie Luter on June 18, 1930, in Kokomo, Mississippi. She was reared in a Christian home. Ineda attended the public schools of Darbun Community, including Darbun Line Elementary School, Magee's Creek High School, and Saints Industrial and Literary School in Lexington, Mississippi. Ineda married John Henry Moore, and to this union, a set of twins were born, Anita Jean Moore and John Moore. In her Golden Years, Ineda united in marriage with Wilton James Sr., a union called "The Greatest Love of All." As a young adult, Ineda moved to Chicago, IL and worked at Illinois Bell Telephone Company, retiring after 35+ years, . afterward working as a proofreader at the Bank of Chicago.Ineda joined St. Paul COGIC in Chicago, Illinois, under Bishop L. H. Ford. After many years in Chicago, Neat moved to New Orleans and attended First COGIC United under Bishop James Feltus, Jr. and Gethsemane COGIC United under Bishop Earl LeViege, Sr. After uniting in marriage with Mr. Wilton James, Ineda moved to Columbia, Mississippi, joined the Columbia Valley Methodist Church and served as an usher, and president of the 80th Club. Neat had many hobbies! She loved watching football and basketball; the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bulls were her favorite teams. Ineda leaves to cherish her memories, one brother: Bishop Marcus Luter (Eleanor) of McComb, MS; six sisters: Supervisor Hazel L. Feltus and Supervisor Almeta L. LeViege (Bishop Earl LeViege, Sr.)of New Orleans, LA; Supervisor Maggie L. Wright of Portland, Oregon; Dr. Doris L. Copeland of Kileen, TX; Missionary Jerry L. Thomas (Deacon Albert Thomas) of San Bernardino, CA; and Mrs. Willie L.Evans (John Evans) of Biloxi, MS; a goddaughter: Christie Harry Gatlin (James Gatlin) of Columbia, MS; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Ineda Luter James was preceded in death by her spouses: John Henry Moore, Kirkland Reed, and Wilton James Sr.; two children: Anita Jean Moore and John Henry Moore; parents: Deacon Eugene and Mother Pearlie Luter; siblings: Henry Luter, Clettis Luter (Red), Clexie Luter (Black), Eva L. Adams, Eunice L. Rodgers, and Ada L. Williams. The Home going Celebration is on Saturday, February 20, 2021. A viewing will begin at 10:00 AM, and the Funeral Service will start at 11:00 AM. Services are at Smith Funeral Home, 519 Owens Street, Columbia, MS 39429. The Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery, Columbia, MS. Join the service on Zoom at Meeting ID: 274 204 7820 / call in number: 1-312-626-6799.
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Columbia, MS 39429
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