J. K. “Billy” Post, Jr. - Submitted for the USGenWeb by Richard P. Sevier December 27, 2014


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J. K. “Billy” Post, Jr. - Madison Parish, Louisiana

From Monroe News-Star December 27, 2014


Mr. J. K. “ Billy” Post, Jr., 87, passed away December 23, 2014, at his home, surrounded by his loving family, after battling pancreatic cancer and Alzheimer’s.


Funeral services will be Friday, December 26, 2014, at 11:00 A.M., at Trinity Episcopal Church of Tallulah, officiated by Rev. William Echols. Visitation will start at 10:00 A.M, at the church. A private family burial service will follow at Silver Cross Cemetery.


Mr. Post was born on November 22, 1927. He graduated LSU, served in the Air Force from 1952-1953, and served Madison Parish as Clerk of Court for 33 years. Billy enjoyed farming, cooking, spending time at Lake Bruin, was an avid golfer, loved his LSU Tigers and was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church of Tallulah.


Mr. Post is survived by his loving wife, Carolyn “Sue” Post, daughter, Carolyn Post Davis (Mike), son Jerome “Keith” Post III (Danette), 5 granddaughters, Natalie Davis, Jessica Davis, Keri Post, Kathryn Sue Post, and Anne Marie Post.


Mr. Post was preceded in death by his parents, Jerome Keith Post, Sr. and Claudia Stafford Post.


Pallbearers will be Bob Goza, Gary Jones, Joe K Scott, Walter Scott, Mike Sevier, and Bill Querry.


Memorials may be made to Trinity Episcopal Church of Tallulah or a charity of your choice.