William Richard “Will” Sevier - Submitted for the USGenWeb by Richard P. Sevier June 2, 2015


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William Richard “Will” Sevier - Madison Parish, Louisiana

From Midland, Texas Reporter-Telegram June 4, 2015


William Richard “Will” Sevier of Jackson, MS passed away June 2, 2015 at the age of 50 years. Graveside funeral services will be held at 11:30 am Thursday June 4, 2015 and burial will be in Silver Cross Cemetery in Tallulah, LA. The services will be officiated by Rev. William Echols.


Will’s early life was spent in Lafayette, LA, Houston, TX, where he attended St. John’s Episcopal School, and Midland, TX where he graduated from Trinity Episcopal School and Midland High School.


Always interested in music, especially guitar, Will attended BerkLee College of Music in Boston, MA and graduated in Acoustical Engineering from Full Sail School for the Recording Arts in Winter Park, FL. He also has a BS in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida in Orlando and a law degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, MS. He was an attorney associated with the Eaves Law Firm of Jackson, MS. Will was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.


Will is predeceased by his grandparents William P. & Martha B. Sevier and John P. and Lydia J. Corbin and his uncle, W. E. “Buddy” Pollard, all of Tallulah, LA. He is survived by his parents Richard P. and Barbara P. Sevier of Jackson, MS. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles, Dorothy Sevier Elliott and Dr. Wayne G. Elliott of El Dorado, AR, Sherrill Sevier Pirone and Dr. Thomas P. Pirone of Lexington, KY and Imogene Copes Pollard of Tallulah.


Memorials may be sent to the Mississippi College School of Law or the charity of your choice.