Former Cotton Council exec died Jan. 28

B. H. MOONEYHAN, retired vice president of operations for Federal Compress & Warehouse Co. and a former vice president of the National Cotton Council, died Jan. 28.

Mr. Mooneyhan, who lived at Southaven, Miss., was 74. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in the Korean conflict.

He is survived by a son, Mike Mooneyhan, Cleveland, Miss.; three daughters, Cathy Mitchell, Mer Rouge, La., Vicki Krebs, Spring Hill, Tenn., and Gaye Beasley, Southaven; two brothers, Harold Mooneyhan, Moscow, Tenn., and Wayne Mooneyhan, Picayune, Miss.; two sisters, Betty Henry, Sardis, Miss., and Faye Klyce, Memphis, Tenn; 15 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services for Mr. Mooneyhan were at Carriage Hills Baptist Church, Southaven, where he was a member, with burial at Longtown Cemetery, Crenshaw, Miss.

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