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After suffering a stroke April 3rd, she had a brief stay at St. Angus A. He was married for 60 years and is survived by his wife, Evelyn Robbie and two sons, Tony and Gregory Joan , his brother, Manning Georgiann , and his sister, Elizabeth Bill Mazurkiewicz. He is also survived by four grandchildren, Anthony, Sarah, Brandon and Amanda. Linton Grady Lanier, Jr.
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He graduated from Georgia Tech with a chemical engineering degree and began his career as Quality Control Manager at Hunt-Wesson Foods where he worked until his retirement. He volunteered at Candler Hospital and Savannah Joyce M. A gathering for friends was held at the residence on Saturday, April 5, Dottavio, Jr. Arnold E. Cook, Jr. Cook, Sr. He was also a member of the Cathedral of St. Known as Patty to her family and friends, she was a strong woman, devoted daughter, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and loyal friend.
She was a homemaker, and a member of the Kensington Park She was born in Savannah, daughter of Thomas J. James Robert Rusty Beasley, Jr. She was born in Albany, GA, daughter of W. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.
Gracie had a zest for life with a wonderful spirit of giving. She will be remembered for her amusing and spunky personality and the sweetest Kathryn Harris Crosby passed peacefully on March 30th, in her home under the care of Hospice Savannah, surrounded by her husband and son. Kathy was born on June 15th, in Fairbanks, Alaska, an Army brat; however, she spent most of her life in Savannah.
Kathy attended Jenkins High School where she graduated with the class of Following graduation, Kathy attended Armstrong College where she graduated with a degree in Accounting. Kathy was a member of Isle of Hope United Methodist Jean Lighthorse, 65, passed away Friday, March 29, at St. Jean was born December 4, in Dayton, Ohio. She retired as a Registered Nurse after working many years for St. Myrna Loy Googe Wood, 78, passed away at her home on March 30, following a brief illness.
Born on April 19, , she was a life-long resident of Savannah, Ga Sam Scott, 63, passed away on March 26, He was a long-time resident of Savannah, Georgia, and worked as a Histologist for over 25 years, most recently employed at Gastroenterology Consultants of Savannah Mosely was born and raised in Savannah. She was married to Paul Mosely for 65 loving years Alma S.
The native of Savannah was a graduate of Commercial High School and worked in retail until the birth of her son, then became a devoted housewife and mother. She and her late husband, Thomas E. Nease were married 61 years Lydia Bott Hadwin passed peacefully into eternal rest on March 23, Lydia was born on September 23, in Fulda, Germany, where she lived until meeting and falling in love with U. Hadwin who was stationed in Fulda. After their marriage in they moved to Savannah, Georgia where she enjoyed a full life with her family and friends.
Her family enjoyed her incredible cooking and the many special and delicious meals she prepared, especially her She was a member of First Baptist Church of Savannah A Visitation will be held Thursday from to p. A private burial will be held at a later date On Friday, March 22nd, , Marilyn Seckinger, loving wife, mother to 12 children, and grandmother to 6, was called home to be with her Savior at the age of William Lawrence Madison passed peacefully at home on March 24, at the age of 85 after a long illness.
He served in the Naval Reserve from high school through college. During his school years he was a talented basketball player. His career was spent as a highly successful and respected Certified Public Accountant Travis O. Barnard, 41, passed away Tuesday, March 19, at his residence.
He was born September 3, in Savannah, GA. The Ohio native came to Savannah as a child. Son of Estle and Marjorie Warman Bill Modlin, age of 66, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, Modlin and Lucille D. His love of technology was his passion, along with music and HAM radio. When not pursuing career activities he liked to fish, cycle and play guitar She was born in Cheney, Kansas and lived in Savannah for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas E. Helen Allred Strozier died peacefully at her home on March 17, Devoted and much beloved wife of Robert I.
Strozier, Helen stayed by his side from August until her death Ellen Flynn Spitz died on March 15, at St. A native of New York City, she came to love Savannah and called it her home too. Ellen was known for her kindness, quick wit, effervescence and warmth. She brought so much joy to her family and friends Alma Billac Mills, 70, passed away peacefully and surrounded by family on March 15, at St.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband Steve Mills Frances G. Palmer, , died Friday, March 15, at Hospice House surrounded by her family. She is survived by her daughter, Jean Loyd, two granddaughters, Lisa Loyd and Emily Stigall, and five great-grandchildren.
A Private Service will be held at a later date Richard Cole Huffman, formerly of Nashville, several towns in Alabama and Texas and recently of Savannah, moved on to his heavenly home to be with his Lord on March 16, after an extended illness. He is survived by his beloved wife, Vicki Caram Huffman, his son Dr. Young Chris of Savannah, eight grandchildren, and a great-grandson. He was pre-deceased by his parents John and Helen Huffman, his brother Jack, and his sister Hal Smith Griner, 86, died March 15, at home surrounded by his family.
He was under the care of Hospice Spanish Oaks. Special thanks to caregivers Terri, LaJuana, and Taneese He is pre-deceased by his mother and father, Marjorie and Robert, and his brother Doug He was a longtime resident of Savannah and was retired from Union Camp Corporation after 30 years of service.
Jeb was a U. Army veteran and was a member of the American Legion Post Ruth Lewis, 78, died Monday, March 11, at St. Jeanie was also a member of Isle of Sandra Wells Thompson, 82, died Saturday, March 9, She graduated from Commercial High School in She met a young airman, Michael Joseph Anika, Jr. He preceded her in death in He retired from the City of Savannah and was an avid fisherman. He was also a member of the Moose Lodge Manuel Roger Rodriguez, 81, died March 6, at St.
He graduated in from Commercial High School. He was a member of the Landrum Lodge No. He loved his family and friends very much and to have family She was born in Ohio and was a Microbiologist for over 30 years where she retired from Memorial University Medical Center. A Memorial Visitation will be to p. He was the son of the late General Creswell Garlington, Sr.
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He was preceded by his parents, his twin brother Creswell Garlington, Jr. Watffa Saide Jattin Chadid Brannen, 75, left this world to be with the Creator on February 21, , surrounded by her husband, family, and friends Thomas C. Stults, age 94, died on February 15, after a life well-lived. He was born March 31, Army where he served with the 3rd Infantry Division in Europe.
He graduated from Emory University, School of Dentistry in where he had a teaching fellowship in Orthodontics until Victor Armand Rachael, Sr. He was born March 11, to the late Stephen and Vera Rachael. He was a U. Navy Veteran. Victor retired as a State Fire Marshall, and also worked for Sears for 15 years She grew up in her hometown of Wrightsville, GA before moving to Savannah as a new bride in Bernard Alexander Cerone, Jr.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard A. He worked for many years as a truck driver.
He is survived by his children, grandchildren, and friends. Visitation will be to p. Graveside Service will be p. Durwood G. Haire, Jr. Bettye Durrence Whiteman of Rye, New York passed away peacefully in her home, with her family by her side, on February 8, at the age of She lived a long and extraordinary life dancing on Broadway, representing major fashion designers and most of all, being devoted to Bob, her husband of nearly 70 years.
Family was her highest priority and she reveled in the lives of her three children, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, who all knew her as Deda Betty J. Wright, died February 13, at her home after a short illness, surrounded by her loving family. She was a wonderful supportive wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Nathalee Brown, age 95, of Fayetteville, formerly of Savannah, passed away February 10, She was preceded in death by her husband, Earlie Brown and brother Sewlyn Starling. A funeral Edward Lee Cochran, 65, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, February 12, at his residence.
The lifelong resident of Savannah was a member of Bible Baptist Church and was retired. He was preceded by his parents, Lymon W. Cochran, Jr. After retirement, he and his wife moved to Savannah She worked for over 40 years as the bookkeeper for St. James Catholic School and was one of the original members of St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church Stephen Krauss Myers, Jr.
Steve attended public schools in Savannah and graduated from Savannah High School in Army Veteran. Steve worked in clothing retail in Savannah for several different well-known retailers Thomas grew up on Davis Island where he raised his family and remained an active part of the island community all his life. In his youth, he was an excellent athlete and could master any sport including baseball, basketball, ping pong, pool and foosball.
He shared his passion for rock music with his family and friends by teaching himself to play the drums and guitar at a young age. He attended Boys A devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Dixie married her high school sweetheart, the late Lt. Willard G. Naval Academy in and commissioning as a Lieutenant in the U. Marine Corps. The Corps became a career for both of them, having lived at various military bases across the Loring was born and raised in Thunderbolt and spent his married life on Wilmington Island.
Loring was the Southeast Regional Safety Instructor for EMC Electric, but, given the chance, he would tell you all about his younger days spent working on a shrimp boat off the coast of Port Isabel. He was an avid shrimper and fisherman and loved spending time with his family.
Loring was Richard Elliott Moody, Sr. On Thursday, February 7, , Elizabeth Stewart, a passionate member of the Savannah community and loving mother of three, passed away at the age of Emile J. He will be be laid to rest at p. Remembrances may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, P. Box , Topeka, KS Edward W. Ray, 89, loving husband, father, and grandfather passed away Monday, February 4, Although a Tennessee native, she lived most of her life in Virginia before moving to Savannah in to be closer to family. She was born on September 9, to Hobart and Emma Janes. She is survived by the She was a pacesetter for women in the accounting profession having passed the CPA exam in Now nearly half of the profession is made up of women.
She served as president of the Savannah chapter in the early seventies and became a Life member of the state organization in Her public accounting career Margaret C. Murray, 95, passed away peacefully February 3, at Summer Breeze. She passed peacefully, surrounded by family On Sunday, January 27, , John W. Neumann, loving father of four children, passed away at the age of 77 in Savannah, Georgia Sharon Butterworth Gierer passed away in the early hours on Sunday, January 27, After an executive career in marketing in the telecommunication and internet industries including Vice President of Marketing at British Telcom and MCI , she went on to create a world-renowned website in , Crime Library.
Crime Library was the Jane Jackson Driver, 83, died Saturday in Savannah. She was the daughter of the late James and Queenie Shearouse Jackson, and was a homemaker raising her five children. She was preceded in death her husband Lamar Driver, her son, Paul Driver, 2 brothers, and 6 sisters Howard Jackson Morrison Jr. He was Her last moments were in the arms of her beloved husband of 45 years, John After a five year battle with Alzheimer's disease, beloved Husband and Father, Bob Ridener, 87, passed away on January 20, at Hospice of Savannah Jerry B.
Pullium, age 72, of Savannah, GA passed away at home on Wednesday, January 23, after a brave battle with cancer She was married to Brooke Reeve, Jr. Freddie Kirk Warren, aka Mr.
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He retired from CSX Railroad in following forty-eight years of service. Powell was a member Bob was a faithful member of Trinity Lutheran Church.
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In addition to his parents, his son, Michael P. Grefski, preceded him in death Lewonna Perkins Cooler, 79, died Tuesday, January 15, at home surrounded by her loving family John Alfred Phillips, Jr. He was born in Charlottesville, Virginia son of John A. Phillips, Sr. Kimberly "Kimbop" Alohalani Coombs 46, died January 13, at her home surrounded by her loving family James Hamrick Gnann, Sr. Winona L. She passed peacefully surrounded by her family He was a loving husband to his wife, Sara Katherine, for nearly 54 years, and was a devoted father to his two sons She was born February 1, the only child to Thomas W.
Boykin and Lenora Jane Wallace Boykin. She is preceded in death by her husband of sixty years, Charles A. Kelly, Sr James Louis Davis, Jr. Thomas W. Smith died December 30, Jenkins High School. Surviving are his wife, Janie Marie Smith. A private memorial service will be held.
Ruth J. Fahey, 88, died Wednesday, December 26, at home surrounded and her loving and devoted daughter and son-in-law, Kristin Fahey and Christopher Thompson After a brief critical illness, Ray A. Miley, 94, passed away peacefully early Thursday morning, January 3, surrounded by his children and under the care of Hospice Savannah. No service is scheduled at this time The world lost a wonderful husband, father, and friend when Jeffery Herrington passed away on the last day of His infectious good humor and spirit endeared him to everyone he met. Whether you knew him for a few weeks or the better part of five decades, he made you feel special He passed peacefully in his sleep in Savannah after a long battle with Parkinson's disease It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Anita Buenviaje Pascual on December 31, With family by her side, she quietly joined her husband, Norman A.
Pascual in heaven Hagen B. Gillenwater passed away at the wonderful age of It was a miraculous birth, seems he was born in multiple locations. First was a shack under 6 feet of snow, second was an abandoned railway boxcar, and third was a cave with hibernating bears. The truth may never be known because Hagen was the last survivor of his siblings. He was preceded in death by his wife, Zillah M. Gillenwater who loved him for 62 years Stephen is survived by his sister, Susan Doyne of Florida. Burial will be in the Catholic Cemetery.
Linda N. Sickler died on December 21, at her residence in Savannah. She was born on April 25, and lived in Savannah for 18 years after moving from her home town of Du Quoin, Illinois. In her spare time, she was a tour guide for Old Town Trolley. During his career in the banking industry, Mr. He served two terms in the State Legislature and very active in the Boy Scouts of America having obtained the rank of Eagle Scout and received the Smith was a homemaker and lived in Savannah for over 60 years before moving to Charlotte 2 years ago. She was of the Baptist faith She was born Perrilee Dukes in Wayne County, Georgia, and after spending time in Atlanta as a young girl, she called Savannah home for the remainder of her life.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband Harry Grumish of Savannah, and by her beloved great-grandson, Carter Samuel Martin of Atlanta. Kevin Maurice Russom, Sr. The Savannah native was a graduate of Savannah High School. Judy Barbee Stringer, 75 passed away Sunday, December 16, at her residence surrounded by her family.
Frances Windham Joiner departed this life December 13, , after a brief illness. She was 89 years old She was predeceased by her parents, Homer J. Like his father, Mr. He graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in with a degree in engineering. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He moved to Savannah in to work for Savannah Foods and His home was in Arlington Jaugstetter, and Phoebe Elizabeth Gross Sean Ashley Fillingim, 51, died peacefully Monday, December 3, at his home with his family by his side Carolyn Webster Golden, 41, of Savannah, GA passed away unexpectedly on Sunday December 2, , as the result of an accident while visiting friends in Vermont Wick was born on June 26, in Moultrie, Georgia.
Growing up in Thomasville, Georgia with his brothers Floyd, Ashburn, and John Frank, little Wick enjoyed hunting, playing golf, school, and general mischief. At a young age, Wick brought a sense of duty and responsibility into whatever he sought to achieve. An Eagle Scout by age thirteen, Wick set about on a life marked by achievement. After graduating from Thomasville He is survived by his sisters, Sandra Brechbiel and Bonnie Lankard along with a number of nieces and nephews.
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He attended Coastal Center for Developmental Services for many years and leaves behind many friends there. Interment with be in Huntingdon, PA Thomas Edward Horne, 86, died Tuesday, November 27, at his residence. He was born in Montgomery County, Georgia on May 20, He was a native and lifelong resident of Okatie, SC. Jimmy was a graduate of Herschel V. Jenkins High School and attended Armstrong College. He was a veteran of the United States Navy He grew up in Savannah where he graduated from Savannah High School.
After high school he joined the U. Coast Guard, where he served in the Savannah and Charleston Ports. She was a resident of Skidaway Island for the past 17 years Ronald Tootle, 71, passed away Sunday, November 25, at his residence. Ronald was a Vietnam War Veteran serving in the U. He was born October 12, in Detroit, Michigan. He was a parishioner of St. Alton Brown, Sr. George W. Elizabeth H. Austin, 84, died gracefully Friday, November 23, surrounded by her adoring family after a long and very energetic life.
She was born in Comanche, Oklahoma on August 22, She and her husband, Joe, moved to Savannah in to be closer to family. She was a stay-at-home mother until all three of her children finished high school. She retired from the United States Customs Service He was born on May 28, in Bristol, Tennessee. She had been saying for a while now that she was ready to go.
Each time I spoke to her, she would tell me that she was ready to go, but she would also say that she loved her family more than life itself. While I have heard this sentiment elsewhere, it was never so believable as when she said it. Edith was a strong-willed woman. A friend described her as hard headed and feisty Herbert Bremer Wells, age 88, passed away on November 15, Herb was the remaining survivor of 11 siblings, and he is survived by numerous nieces and nephews It is with great sadness that the family announces the unexpected passing of Gertrude Trudy Ann Conklin, on Tuesday, November 13th, at the age of Born August 18th, , Trudy grew up in New Jersey where she raised her family, and then moved to Connecticut before she and her husband retired to Savannah in For the last 50 years, one of her favorite joys was spending summers in East Hampton, Long Island Monsignor Marvin J.
Jim was born in Stockbridge, GA on August 12, He is She went home to be with the Lord on November 3,