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Jean Goodwin Tallent

February 12, 1951 – August 02, 2020

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Jean Goodwin Tallent, 69, of Calhoun City passed from this life on August 2, 2020, at her home. Born on February 12, 1951, in Tallahatchie, Mississippi, Jean was a daughter to the late David Goodwin and Lillian Nichols Goodwin.

Jean, a graduate of Holmes Community College nursing program, spent her days caring for the sick and elderly at the Calhoun City Nursing Home. This registered nurse not only looked after her patients but also her beautiful delicate flowers. Jean knew the Lord and cherished the gift of life He offered in death where she worshiped him at Faith Baptist Church of Charleston.

She leaves behind a loving family to carry her memory in their hearts for the remainder of their days:  loving husband  Terry Lee Tallent of Calhoun City, Mississippi; two daughters: Jamie DeAnne Aldy of Brookhaven, Mississippi, and  Kaylee Tallent of Calhoun City, Mississippi; two step daughters: Blaine Tallent of Calhoun City, Mississippi, and  Dana Tallent of Pontotoc, Mississippi; four grandchildren: Hunter Stone, Savannah Stone, Jayla Tutor, and Nevaeh King; one brother Johnny Goodwin of Charleston, Mississippi.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents; David Goodwin and Lillian Nichols Goodwin; one son, Johnathan David Aldy, and one brother Nathaniel Goodwin.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM at Parker Memorial Funeral Home of Bruce. The funeral service remembering Jean’s life will take place on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at 11:00 AM in the chapel of Parker Memorial Funeral Home with Bro. Rob Abel officiating the service. Jimmy Holley, Lee Kindrex, Joe McCain, Hunter Stone, Freddy Tallent, and Scott Tallent will carry Jean to resting place in the Rocky Mount Cemetery.

Parker Memorial Funeral Home of Bruce and Vardaman is honored to serve the family in helping make arrangements remembering Jean’s life. Online condolences may be composed at parkermemorialfuneralhomes.com.

The staff and Parker Memorial Funeral Home prioritize the health and well-being of our associates, family and guests.  We understand this is a fluid and serious situation that we are in today and that we are monitoring and evaluating developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

We and the state still believe that gathering and supporting one another at a time of loss is very important.  At this time, we are asking everyone to support a limited gathering and visitation policy.   This is a guideline of the CDC and the state board of health. We will be allowing small family groups and limited persons at visitation, funerals and gravesides until this crisis is over.

We do ask that those at risk or those not feeling well stay at home, but reach out to the family via the memorial webpage on www.parkermemorialfuneralhomes.com.  Also we are listing family addresses where you may reach out to them and send them a card or a note of encouragement in their time of loss.  Flowers and expressions of sympathy are still being accepted.

We also ask those who are attending visitation and funeral services to follow the CDC recommendations to take the usual steps to help prevent the spread of illness. Social distancing is very important in the control of the spread of this virus.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in this time we are in with the (COVID-19).  When this crisis is over we will resume our normal procedures and operation.

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Parker Memorial Funeral Home

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  • 476 Highway 9 North
    Bruce, Mississippi 38915

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Parker Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

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  • 476 Highway 9
    Bruce, Mississippi 38651

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