Missionary Louise Curry Hawthorne was born to Woodrow and Rosie Curry on July 8, 1938 in Escambia County, AL and passed away on Monday, March 20, 2017 at her home in Nashville, AR. She was raised in Escambia County, AL and moved to Arkansas in 1969.

During her youth, Louise was a member of Mt. Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Nokomis, AL.  Then later became a member and first lady of True Deliverance House of Prayer where she was a faithful missionary.

She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, cousin, and friend.  She always greeted you with a smile whenever she saw you.  She loved helping with the church and having fish fry’s.  She was active of the member of the mission board where she served as mission president until her health failed her.

She was proceeded in death by both parents Woodrow and Rosie Curry, Sisters:  Irene, Ethel Mae, Mary, Josephine, Rosie Frances, Catherine, Lisa and Brothers:  Woodrow, Eddie, and two children Geneva and Lisa.

Married to Andrew Ephraim Hawthorne on January 31, 1959 to this union sca even children were born. Virginia Glover, Barbara Boyles, Andrew Hawthorne, Priscilla Chatman, and Cynthia Hawthorne, all of Nashville, AR. Sisters Elizabeth (Jimmy), Savanna Curry, Brothers:  Willie (Mary), Sam (Betty), Aaron (Vanessa), and Melvin Curry all of Atmore, AL.  Sister in Law Dr. Mary Joyner of New York, NY, Brother in Law R.B. Hawthorne of LA, California, and Willie (Carolyn) Hawthorne of Atmore, AL.

Grandchildren, Shawn (Tashika) Glover, Lashonda, Quashana, Davencio, Latroy, Latoya, Quandra, Andrew III,  Miles, Isiah, Shrone, Samuel, Quavinnie, Torrico, Torneshia, and Quashera. 31 Great grandchildren. Host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and Friends

Funeral Services to be held 11 a.m. Thursday, March 23 at Free Christian Zion Church of Christ in Nashville and  2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 25 at Great Mount Triump in Atmore, Alabama.

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