Wednesday, October 14, 2015

A Halloween Omega Chapter Meeting

Our meeting was held on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 6:00 p.m., at the Vicksburg Senior Center.  All the tables were adorned with cute Halloween hats.  Our guest speakers talked about The 'Sip Magazine and our Philanthropic was Family Development. 

A cute little witch!

The food and drinks were so good!  Thanks to hostesses, Katie Hossley, Chris Patin, Ginger Berney and Lucy Spanger. 

Mummy bites!
A delicious fruit salad.

Pumpkin dip with graham crackers!  Yum!

Chocolate cakes with pineapple on top!

Delicious mini-sandwiches and you just can't eat one!

 Pumpkin cheese ball and crackers!

Conducting our sorority meeting with Alice reading the Treasurer's Report to the far right.
The 'Sip Magazine
Lauchlin Fields ~ Publisher & Editor
1915 Mission 66, Suite E, Vicksburg, MS  39180
501.573.9975 - -

President, Ginger Berney introducing Erin Norwood (left) and Lauchlin Fields (right) to talk about their new magazine, The 'Sip!

Lauchlin Fields, Publisher/Editor
Erin Norwood, Design Director

A table full of Secret Sister gifts!

Opening up our Secret Sister gifts!  I got a $25.00 gift card to Cracker Barrel and also a miniature jeweled salt/pepper shaker set.

My sister, Laura Love Ables got a really nice Secret Sister gift of a metal pumpkin.

Joan Donovan and Laura Love Ables enjoying fellowship.

Lucy Spangler showing off her secret sister gift.

What a cute Halloween towel.  Lucy loves it!

Lucy also got an awesome Halloween wreath from her Secret Sister!

After opening up our gifts everyone enjoying some social time together.

Lucy showing off her favorite witches hat!

Monday, October 5, 2015

October PAK Omega Chapter Meeting

Date & Time:  Wednesday, October 7th at 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Place:  Senior Center

Speakers:  Lauchlin Fields & Erin Norwood - The Sip Magazine

Hostesses:  Katie Hossley, Chris Patin, Lucy Spangler and Ginger Berney

Philanthropic:  Family Development:
Mom/Baby Programs: diapers (any size), wipes, bottles, bottle brushes, newborn onesies, educational toys, rattles, sippy cups
After School Program: school supplies
Reward Closet: laundry soap, bleach, dish-washing detergent, toilet paper, paper towels, soaps

Sorority Sister's Brother Dies

John William Loviza 

Nashville, Tennessee ~ John William Loviza age 84, passed away unexpectedly September 27, 2015. He was born June 1, 1931, to John Joseph and Mabel Harris Loviza in Vicksburg.

His initial employment was with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg, which sent him on projects throughout North Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Greenland.

He joined Hercules Powder Co. in 1958 as a demonstration blaster.  John advanced through successive assignments in Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, New York, West Virginia and Delaware.  He was employed in the explosives industry up until the time of his death, spending the past three decades with Hermitage Explosives Corp. of Nashville.

Mr. Loviza was a member of the International Society of Explosives Engineers and The Moles.  He was a communicant of Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Donelson, Tennessee, for many years.  Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Emily Pierce Loviza, and two sisters.  He is survived by his sons, Bill (Ann Crecelius) Loviza of Joelton, Tennessee, Tom (Carol) Loviza of Midlothian, Virginia, Mike (Mary) Loviza of Bear, Delaware, and a daughter, Alise Loviza of Madison, Tennessee; sisters, Blanche (tom) Irby of Madison, Alabama, and Myrtle (Bobby) Alvarado of Vicksburg; and a brother, Joe Loviza of Vicksburg; six grandchildren; and special friend Katherine Bryan of Nashville.  Visitation was Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m. at Phillips-Robinson Funeral Home, 2707 Gallatin Road in Nashville, and Friday one hour before the service at the funeral home.

Services were held at 10 a.m. Friday, October 2, 2015, at the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Robert Spickard and Father Phillip Halladay officiating.  Internment followed at Spring Hill Cemetery.

Pallbearers were grandsons and family friends.  Honorary Pallbearers were the employees of Hermitage Explosives Corp.
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