Bettye J. Pollard
April 27, 1936 – May 2, 2019
Mrs. Bettye Pollard was born in Biloxi, MS to John L, Burney and Francis L. Burney. She was married to James H. Pollard Sr. for 62 years and had three children. She enjoyed family fun and traveling and possessed a strong belief in God. Her devotion to serve others was an essential part of her life and she practiced the gift of giving on a daily basis.
She was an active member of the community and devoted over 25 years to the lives of children at Moore Community House of Biloxi. She continuously fostered a deep commitment to make her community a better place both individually and through established relationships. She served her community by being active in social clubs, parental organizations, and local churches. She truly recognized the value of giving by being generous with her time and talents, which brought light and life to many incredible charitable and community endeavors. She was a founder and active member of the Second Liners Mardi Gras Club which has continued the mission of providing community and outreach activities for youth and families on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Jerry L. Williams
Jerry L. Williams was born in Biloxi, Ms in 1957 to the late Curtis & Lillie Williams. He attended A. E. Perkins Elementary and attended both Junior High Schools at Nichols and Fernwood and went on to graduate from Biloxi High School. His college days were spent at Mississippi College in Clinton, Ms. He is employed at Huntington Ingalls Ship Building Systems in Pascagoula, Ms. A member of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. He has two children. Married to Glenda R Williams. A member of the Vernon Gilbert Elks Lodge #576 and The Kingsmen Social Club.