A funeral mass was held Saturday October 31, 2020, at Holy Cross Catholic Church for Mrs. Angie Tullos, 60, with burial following in East Lawn Cemetery.
Rev. Fathers Darnis Selvanayakam and Augustine Palimattam officiated, with Rev. Richie Davis assisting. McClain-Hays Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Angie was a native and life-long resident of Philadelphia, MS. She was a graduate of Neshoba Central High School. She opened, owned and operated The Clothesline on the square in downtown Philadelphia for many years. At her death, she was employed as a records clerk and secretary to the counselor at Neshoba Central Middle School. She was a devoted Catholic Christian and a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. She loved decorating and was in charge of this task each year during the Christmas and Easter seasons.
She loved the Neshoba County Fair as much as anyone could and spent the entire week making memories with her friends and family at cabin #346 on the racetrack. Waking to the smell of bacon, biscuits and her fabulous tomato gravy was a fair cabin favorite. Angie also loved spending time in the Great Smokey Mountains at the family’s mountain chalet outside of Pigeon Forge, TN.
She is survived by her husband of 40 years and the love of her life, Joe Tullos; her children, Byron Tullos (Mandy) and Nikki Morrow (Cody) all of Philadelphia; stepdaughter Mandy Hailey (Malcolm) of Nanih Waiya. She was known as Nana to her hearts- Mady Quinn Morrow, Margaret Morrow and Stephen Tullos; Parents Gerald and Margaret Crenshaw of Philadelphia; brothers Johnny Crenshaw (Denise), Chad “Cotton” Crenshaw (Marion) and Keith Goodin all of Philadelphia.
Pallbearers were Caleb Crenshaw, Matt Marshall, Wesley Spears, Mark Pankratz, Lee Phillips, Aaron Phillips, Brock Phillips, Gus Tullos, T.J. Tullos and Jonathan Clark.