Funeral services for Cammie Anne Cook, 58, of Lucedale were held on Feb. 4, 2021 at 10 a.m at Union Missionary Baptist Church.
She was a member of Union Missionary Baptist Church. She graduated George County High School in 1980 and attended college at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. She worked in the insurance industry before she began her career with the Mississippi Department of Corrections in 1999 at the South Mississippi Correctional Institution (SMCI) in the training division.
She briefly left Corrections and worked with the Mississippi Department of Health and Human Services. She returned to Corrections at the George County Probation and Parole field office as a field worker. She worked there for many years before transferring back to SMCI as a Pre-Release Counselor. She planned to end her career with MDOC this year when she would have been eligible to retire.
She greatly enjoyed reading, camping, cooking and watching Alabama football. She died Jan. 31, 2021.
She is survived by her husband Roger D. Cook; son Raymond M. Smith; step-daughter Kristie Cook West; 3 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; her father John L. Box; sisters Stephanie Thomen and Melinda (Robbie) Braxton; nephews John (Ashley) Hamblin and Jacob Braxton and numerous other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her mother Linda Merlene Box; maternal grandmother Lena Mae Eckhoff; paternal grandmother Cammie Gibson Box; paternal grandfather Rufus Charlie Box; stepson Jason Ashley Cook and brother-in-law Darrell Thomen.
Officiating the services were Bro. Terry Smith and Bro. Ricky Cook. Interment was held at Union Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.
Pallbearers were John Hamblin, Alex Hamblin, Jacob Braxton, Terry Box, Keith Havard and Nick Hostetter.
Moments Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.