Hood reaps what he sews: Columbus native and ex-soldier found his niche as upholsterer

There are 1 comment on the Commercial Dispatch story from Jul 3, 2012, titled Hood reaps what he sews: Columbus native and ex-soldier found his niche as upholsterer. In it, Commercial Dispatch reports that:

Willie Hood, owner of Hood's Upholstery Trim & Cover, sews on the cover of a boat seat for one of his costomers Tuesday afternoon.

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Kyrann May-Haynes

Jackson, MS

#1 Jul 4, 2012
I am the descendant of Quitman May. Quitman had a nephew that lived in Macon, MS. I am researching
the May's in Macon, Ms in prayer that some one that was born in 1915-45 is still alive and know of Joseph May the Gospel Singer and my second cousin. He was my father's first cousin.

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