ADAMSVILLE, Tenn. - Andrew Hopper, 66, died Nov. 11, 2003, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.
Born Sept. 1, 1937, in Steele, Mo., son of the late L.V. Hopper and Mary Bingham Hopper and Lois Burton, he was a truck driver.
His wife, Bonnie Akins Hopper, survives of the home.
Other survivors include: three daughters, Carolyn Hopper Worz of Phoenix, Ariz., Janie Linan of Bullhead City, Ariz., and Betty Sue Hopper of San Bernardino, Calif.; one stepdaughter, Lena Tate of Scotts Hill; nine sons, Billy Hopper, Gary Hopper, Andy Hopper, Darrell Hopper and Ricky Hopper of Phoenix, Danny Hopper of Marked Tree, Ariz., David Hopper of Niagara Falls, N.Y., L.V. Hardin of Lilbourn, Mo., and Johnny Hopper of San Bernardino; four stepsons, Ernest Powers of Parsons, Noah Powers of Adamsville, George Powers of Lexington and Steven Powers of Sardis; seven sisters, Doris Heavener of Sikeston, Mo., Barbara Flanigan of Morehouse, Mo., Joyce Sisson of Henderson, Lois Bingham of Long Oak, Ark., Carlene Bingham and Norma Lahr of Alamote, Mich., and Geneva Jones of Caruthersville, Mo.; four brothers, William Hopper of Rockford, Ill., Randy Hopper of Sikeston and Art Bingham and Lee Bingham of Alamote; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by one brother, James Hopper.
Services were conducted at 1 p.m. today at the Shackleford Chapel in Adamsville.
Burial followed in the Cedar Grove Cemetery near Scotts Hill.