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Anthony Lewis Cathey

July 5, 1979 ~ March 6, 2021 (age 41)

Obituary

Anthony Lewis Cathey, son of Manuel and Josephine Hamilton Cathey, was born July 5, 1979, in Senatobia, Mississippi. Anthony was a member of West Looxahoma Church of Christ in Senatobia, Mississippi. He received his education in the Tate County School District and graduated from Independence High School in 1997 and continued his education in auto mechanics.

Anthony was a self employed mechanic and was very skilled at his trade. He loved traveling and hanging out with his friends and spending special time with his children. He also enjoyed riding his 4 wheeler and other ATVs.

On Saturday, March 6, 2021, Anthony was called home to be at rest. He was welcomed home by his parents, Manuel and Josephine Cathey, and he leave to cherish his memory, his children: KeShawn Hunt of Como MS, Khristyunna Cathey, Mason Cathey and Jammie Smith all of Memphis TN, and Anarius Cathey of Senatobia MS;  a grandchild: Jamerson Jackson, Jr., his brothers: Rayford Cathey and Demetric Cathey both of Batesville MS, and Marshall (Shirley) Cathey of Como MS and a sister: Debraphine Cathey of Batesville MS;  His grandmother: Annie Hamilton of Senatobia MS; He also leave a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and step-children to who he was referred TO as "Dad," along with other relatives and friends.

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Services

Limited Viewing (10 @ a time)
Friday
March 12, 2021

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
West Gilmore Church of Christ
401 W Gilmore Street
Senatobia, MS 38668

Graveside (Restricted - 75
Saturday
March 13, 2021

2:00 PM
West Looxahoma COC Cemetery
Highway 4
Senatobia, MS 38668

Video is available for this event


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