Edna M. Laster
Edna Mae Laster, 81, of Clarksville
died Sunday, March 9, 2008, in Paris.
She was a native of Hartman,
daughter of the late William Clyce and Alie Jaggers Ingram, widow of
David King Laster, member of Harmony Presbyterian Church and attended
Woodland and Lamar Baptist churches, former employee of Elsie's Beauty
Shop of Clarksville, Nite Lite of Clarksville and Singer of
Clarksville, owner and operator of Laster's Beauty Shop in Clarksville
several years, and was preceded in death by one sister, Helen Porter;
and grandparents, Oscar and Lela Jaggers and Rube and Helen Ingram.
She is survived by two daughters,
Janet Vire and husband, Clyde, of Clarksville and Vicki Rice of North
Little Rock; three grandchildren, Christy Beebe and husband, Steve, of
Sherwood, John Mark Vire and wife, Lacy, of Clarksville, and Bart
Taylor and wife, Misty, of Sherwood; eight great-grandchildren, Jacob,
Jordan and Justice Beebe of Sherwood, Joby and Cory Vire of
Clarksville, and Kate, Drew and Nicholas Taylor of Sherwood; aunt,
Ovida Buchanan of Clarksville and cousin, Peggy Johnson of Clarksville.
Graveside services and burial were
at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Harmony Cemetery with Rev. Clyde Vire
officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Hardwicke Funeral
Pallbearers were Steve Beebe, John
Mark Vire, Bart Taylor, Jacob Beebe, Joby Vire, and Cory Vire.