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Clarine K. Scrivner
January 21, 1936 ~ May 10, 2023 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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Clarine Kuhn Scrivner, 87, passed away on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, at her home in Brandon, MS, surrounded by her daughters. Visitation will be at Breeland Funeral Home on Monday, May 15, 2023, from 10:00 am until the 11:00 am chapel service. Interment will be in the Canton Cemetery.
Mrs. Scrivner was devoted to God and to her family. She was a member of Oakdale Baptist Church. Clarine had a passionate relationship with God and believed in answered prayer even to the end of her life. Mrs. Scrivner instilled her Christian values in her four children. She demanded that they show respect during church and listen to the sermon. Some of her rules were no gum chewing, talking, or writing notes. She made it a priority to raise her family in church.
Clarine had a strong work ethic and was a hard worker. Her career consisted of being a seamstress in a Jackson manufacturing company for many years. She completed her career as a daycare worker.
Clarine enjoyed cooking for her family and was a fantastic cook. She would arise early on Sunday mornings to prepare delicious meals for her family to enjoy after church each week. Clarine’s homemade fried apple pies and chicken and dumplings will most definitely be missed.
Clarine had several hobbies, but her most favorite was vegetable and flower gardening. She could grow tomato plants ten feet tall! Her yard was covered with beautiful flowers, and her gardens were always weed free until her health declined.
Clarine Scrivner was preceded in death by her late husband, Bill Scrivner; beloved son, Mike Scrivner; parents, Corine and Earl Kuhn; sisters, Katheryn Ordoyne, Jewel Hunter, and Patti Crapps; brothers, Griffin Kuhn; and son in law, Steve Carlisle.
Survivors include daughters; Gail Ogg (Joe) of Meridian, Pam Baker (Donald) of Brandon, and Janice Carlisle of Brandon; sister, Wynn Magliolo of Baton Rouge. She is also survived by six grandchildren; Amanda Henry (Neil), Garrett Ogg (Cooper), Brad Baker (Whitney), Jason Baker, Josh Carlisle (Kattie), and Matthew Carlisle (Stephanie); 16 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be those who called her “Mawmaw,” her grandsons and the oldest great grandsons. Garrett Ogg, Brad Baker, Jason Baker, Josh Carlisle, Matthew Carlisle, Parker Henry, Cameron Carlisle, and Cade Carlisle.
Honorary pallbearers will be Miller Ogg, Barnes Baker, and Jax Carroll.
Donations may be made in memory of Clarine Kuhn Scrivner to Oakdale Baptist Church (1872 Highway 471, Brandon, MS 39047) or to any charity of your choice.